Stranger Cole, also known as StrangeJah Cole (born Wilburn Theodore Cole, July 26 1942) is a Jamaican singer whose long recording career dates from the early days of ska in 1962 through to the present (2019). Cole was born in Kingston, Jamaica in July 26 1942 and nicknamed "Stranger" by his family, as they considered that he didn't resemble any member of his family. Cole was initially successful as a songwriter, writing "In and out the Window", which was a hit for Eric "Monty" Morris.
Album · 2016 · 40 Songs. Stranger Cole & Gladdy.
Stranger Cole - Rough & Tough 02:59. Baba Brooks & His Band - River Bank 02:05. The Skatalites - Eastern Standard Time 03:12. The Melodians - Everybody Bawling 02:21. John Holt, Ральф Воан-Уильямс - Sister Big Stuff 02:26. Dave Barker - Funky, Funky Reggae 02:46. The Melodians - I'll Get Along Without You 03:01. The Paragons - On The Beach 02:35. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Drink Milk 02:58. The Paragons - Happy Go Lucky Girl 03:18. The Melodians - You Don't Need Me 03:12. The Jamaicans - Things You Say You Love 02:48. The Paragons - Only A Smile 02:55
First Class Rock Steady. 9. I'm a Loving Pauper. Stranger & Gladdy, Stranger Cole & Gladdy. 13. El Casino Royale. Lynn Taitt & the Jets.
Check out Stranger Cole on Beatport. Lorna Bennett, The Melodians, The Upsetters, Lord Creator, The Pioneers, The Reggae Boys, Clancy Eccles, Jimmy Cliff, The Maytals, Gregory Isaacs, Augustus Pablo, Carl Dawkins, The Music Specialists, The Inspirations, The Beltones, Stranger Cole, Lester Sterling, Max Romeo, The Ethiopians, Lloyd Robinson, Roland Alphonso, Slim Smith, Junior Byles, John Holt, Peter Tosh, The Chosen Few, Dennis Brown, The Heptones, Nicky Thomas, Ken Boothe
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Stranger Cole – Darling Jeboza Macoo.
The Melodians are a rocksteady band formed in the Greenwich Town area of Kingston, Jamaica, in 1963, by Tony Brevett (born 1949, nephew of The Skatalites bassist, Lloyd Brevett), Brent Dowe and Trevor McNaughton. Renford Cogle assisted with writing and arranging material. Trevor McNaughton had the idea of putting a group together and contacted the then 14-year-old Tony Brevett, who had already had success in local talent shows.
|1||–Unknown Artist||You Can Get It|
|3||–The Melodians||This Land|
|4||–The Melodians||No Sin|
|5||–Stranger Cole||Train Line|
|6||–The Melodians||The Harder They Come|
|7||–Stranger Cole||Ran And Gone|
|8||–Stranger Cole||Bright Soul|
|9||–The Melodians||Irie Feeling|
|10||–Unknown Artist||Cry To Me|
|11||–Stranger Cole, The Melodians||Tumble Down|
|13||–The Melodians||Yes You Can|
|14||–The Melodians||Never Fall In Love|
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