It is essentially an instrumental, apart from the song's title being shouted at several points in the song.
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Pick Up the Pieces: Marching Band Conductor Score. Pick Up the Pieces: Jazz Ensemble Conductor Score. Added to. Pick Up the Pieces. By Roger Ball, Malcolm Duncan, Alan Gorrie, Hamish Stuart, Robbie McIntosh, and Owen McIntyre, arr. Victor López.
Thankfully, Pressure Sounds has sought to remedy this situation with this enhanced restoration of the group's classic 1977 debut, Pick up the Pieces. Though the Royals toured the usual Jamaican studio circuit, recording for Coxsone Dodd, Duke Reid, Joe Gibbs, and others, it wasn't until Cousins began funding and supervising the group's sessions that their music was given the necessary space to develop on record.
In 2005 they re-recorded "Pick Up The Pieces" along with several other of their older songs for a CD titled Greatest And Latest. The original version of this song has been sampled by a number of rap and hip-hop artists, and has also often been played at sporting events. We've heard quite a few covers of Pieces but this is one of the best. Neal from Hooterville, MiThis song was runner-up in '75 to "TSOP" by MFSB with the Three Degrees for Best Instrumental Song. Ironically, neither song is a true instrumental, as they both feature some vocals. Liam from Leeds, United KingdomCheck out the Candy Dulfer version of this song.
Delroy Wilson: The Mash It Up Collection, 2016. Wanna Love You, 03:43.
205 delroy wilson – pick up the pieces oppression. 207 skatalites – ball o’ fire linval spencer – can’t go on. 208 don drummond – man in the street. The one-off catalogue number WI-4002 was given to the flexi-single "Let There Be Drums" which came with the album Rock On by The Bunch in 1972. In the second half of the decade the character of the label began to change and this is reflected in its singles releases from about 1976 onwards. There was a conscious move back towards the label's roots in Jamaican music in the form of commercial reggae aimed at the rock/pop audience.
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- Producer [Uncredited] – Clement "Coxsone" Dodd
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