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Jonnie Clarke - Girl I Love You download mp3 album

Jonnie Clarke - Girl I Love You download mp3 album
Performer:
Jonnie Clarke
Album:
Girl I Love You
Style:
Roots Reggae, Lovers Rock
Released:
1977
Country:
Jamaica
FLAC vers. size:
1192 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1683 mb
WMA vers. size:
1553 mb
Other formats
VQF MP1 AUD AAC DMF MP3 VQF
Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
253

Girl I Love You. A3. Come Make We Love Up. A4. Yes My Skin Is Black. Dread Natty Congo ‎(LP, Album). Perhaps the title is the problem, 'Girl I love You'. For some reason that is totally beyond my comprehension, there are so many reggae lovers who don't like Lovers Reggae. So maybe they pass this LP after reading that title and thinking, "hmmph, just another load of lovers rubbish".

Johnny Clarke Girl I Love You скачать и слушать. Jah Love Is With I. 2:12. Johnny Fourie, Carlo Mombelli & Kevin Gibson. Johnny Varro & Ken Peplowski.

Album Title: Girl I Love You. Category: Reggae. Girl I Love You. A5. I'll Never Fall In Love Again. B1. Come Have A Nice Time. B3. Love Up Your Brother And Sisters.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Justice (2) (catalog number JUS LP 06). This album was released in 1977 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album.

Clarke grew up in the Kingston ghetto of Whitfield Town and attended Jamaica College. In 1971 he won a talent contest in Bull Bay, his prize a meeting with producer Clancy Eccles, with whom he recorded his first song, "God Made the Sea and the Sun", the following year. The single didn't sell well, and disappointed with Studio albums. None Shall Escape (1974) Total Sounds. Girl I Love You (1977) Justice. Sweet Conversation (1978) Third World. King of the Arena (1978) Third World. Satisfaction (1979) Third World. Down In a Babylon (1980) Cha Cha. I Man Come Again (1982) Black Music. Yard Style (1983) Ariwa.

Read about Blood Dunza from Johnnie Clarke's Johnnie Clarke : The Bunny Lee Years and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 130. Love this track. Set as current obsession. Go to artist profile.

Tracklist

A1 Dread Natty Congo
A2 Girl I Love You
A3 Come Make We Love Up
A4 Yes My Skin Is Black
A5 I'll Never Fall In Love Again
B1 Come Have A Nice Time
B2 I'll Be Lonely
B3 Love Up Your Brother And Sisters
B4 Remember Me
B5 Lets Go On The Beach

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WB 12 Jonnie Clarke* Dread Natty Congo ‎(LP, Album) Weed Beat WB 12 Jamaica 1977
none Jonnie Clarke* Dread Natty Congo ‎(LP) Justice none Jamaica Unknown
W.B. 12 Jonnie Clarke* Dread Natty Congo ‎(LP, Album) Weed Beat W.B. 12 Jamaica 1977


  • Mysterious Wrench
I can never understand why this brilliant collaboration between Bunny Lee and Johnny Clarke doesn't get the attention it deserves. It is beyond a doubt one of Johnny Clarke's greatest LPs. So why is it overlooked? Perhaps the title is the problem, 'Girl I love You'. For some reason that is totally beyond my comprehension, there are so many reggae lovers who don't like Lovers Reggae. So maybe they pass this LP after reading that title and thinking, "hmmph, just another load of lovers rubbish". But how wrong they are in that judgement. This is a Roots Reggae LP, to the bone. Yes, there are lover's songs, but they are roots lovers, concious sounds. Not sugar and soap love songs. The LP also seems to capture the atmosphere of Jamaica in the Seventies. And edgy mix of sunshine, dancing to the music, smoking ganga and getting shot at by gangsters and abused by the Babylon's (police and soldier man). 'Let's Go On The beach' is pure party sounds. A great uplifting song about a late night beach party. "Yes My Skin Is Black" is a great roots tune expressing black pride in the most wonderful way. "Yes, my skin is black, but when you see me come don't turn your back" sing JC. But yes, he does sing love songs on this LP. But they are also total killas. Tunes like 'Come Make We Love Up' and 'Remember Me' pull hard on the heart strings. If they don't make you feel something when they listen then check your pulse, it seems like you may be dead. This LP is also available on Weed Beat label. But beware, it's a terrible pressing whereas this Justice imprint is perfect. If you're a fan of reggae from the 1970's, then what are you waiting for? Get it in your want list - NOW!
  • Unh
Bought the UK Justice pressing back in 1977 and the next year found the JA Weed Beat issue and bought that too. The Ja first pressing was superior to the UK, both pressing quality and intensity of audio (average to mediocre audio quality on both though, a few tracks with almost non-existent bass). I kept the JA issue and sold oft the other. As usual products change over time, sometimes even from one pressing batch to the next... And don't get me started on later represses made from iffy sources and using only half-decent turntables and cartridges...
  • Venemarr
I will go ahead and concur with everything you said. I also had both the Weed Beat and this pressing and this one blows the Weed Beat away. Not even close. Absolutely one of my favorite Johnny Clarke LPs.
  • Thozius
You are absolutely right leggorocker, sensational record. I didn't now this record until recently. This pressing sounds fantastic.Great voice, awesome rhythm guitar, Sly & Robbie, great tunes.Fantastic!!!