Westbound Train - Dennis Brown - Reggae Royalty (CD)

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  1. The haunting Westbound Train, the powerfully emotive Cassandra, the evocative Africa -- the list goes on and on. Many of these were bundled up, along with a few unreleased songs, on 's Just Dennis album. Brown cut his last song, Tribulation, with Holness that same year.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Reggae Royalty on Discogs. Label: United Audio Entertainment - UMMC • Format: 3x, CD Compilation • Genre: Reggae • Style: Roots Reggae Dennis Brown ‎– Reggae Royalty Label: United Audio Westbound Train: Rocking Time: Lovers Paradise: Weeping.
  3. Westbound Train is a ska band from Boston, Massachusetts, formed in Their name originates from the Dennis Brown hit song by the same name.. Westbound Train released their first album, Searching for A Melody, in The band self-released their second album, Five to Two, in , which featured guest appearances from Alex Desert of Hepcat and King Django.
  4. Dennis Emanuel Brown (February 1, –July 1, ) was a Jamaican reggae singer. He recorded more than 75 albums and was one of the pioneers of lovers rock. Bob Marley dubbed him the "Crown Prince of Reggae". Brown's first recording was "Lips of Wine" recorded for Derrick Harriott (The Musical Chariot), but this was not released initially. He then recorded for Coxsone Dodd at Studio One.
  5. This three-disc set is yet another hit or miss repackaging of various Brown tracks, but that doesn’t make it a poor purchase, because there are plenty of classic Brown performances here, including two of his finest, ’s “Money in My Pocket” (collected here in an extended version) and ’s “Westbound Train,” both of which were produced by Winston "Niney" Holness.6/
  6. Westbound Train is a ska band from Boston, Massachusetts, formed in Their name originates from the Dennis Brown hit song by the same name. Westbound Train released their first album, Searching for A Melody, in The band self-released their second album, Five to Two, in , which featured guest appearances from Alex Desert of Hepcat.
  7. Dennis Brown - Love & Hate: The Best of Dennis Brown Tracklist: 01 Here I Come 02 Promised Land 03 Get Myself Together 04 Revolution 05 Money In My Pocket 06 Silhouette 07 Sitting And Watching 08 Should I 09 Westbound Train 10 Wolves & Leopards 11 Have You Ever 12 Stop The Fussing & Fighting.
  8. Two CD collection. After launching his recording career while still in his early teens, Dennis Brown swiftly became one of Jamaica's biggest stars, cutting numerous major reggae hits, of which 'Money In My Pocket', 'Halfway Up, Halfway Down and 'Love Has Found It's Way' all made the UK charts/5(54).

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