Alton Ellis & Phyllis Dillon - Remember That Sunday album flac
Title: Remember That Sunday
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Dillon also recorded duets with Ellis (as 'Alton and Phyllis'), including "Why Did You Leave Me To Cry" and "Remember that Sunday". Dillon is regarded as one of the key singers of the rocksteady er. .At the end of 1967, Dillon moved to New York. The following five years, she spent living a double life After a number of singles and an album entitled Living in Love, Dillon ended her recording career in 1971.
Remember That Sunday Lyrics Alton Ellis. Featuring Phyllis Dillon. Album Jet Star Reggae Max - Alton Ellis. Alton Ellis - Remember That Sunday Songtext. Hmm, remember that Sunday, yeah, When you told me you loved me, baby, You're coming to tell me, alright, That you're gonna walk out on me, baby, baby. Phyllis Dillon: Please go on your way, boy, 'Cause I'm not your toy. Just find yourself someone, Who will treat you right. Alton Ellis: It seems unfair, baby, to treat me this way, yea, But baby, I love you, I love you true, But just to be sure, I'm.
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Alton Ellis is one of the best Jamaican vocalists to have emerged during the ska and rocksteady periods in the '60s. His singing prowess remained intact through the reggae, dancehall, and ragga years as well, proving that his uniquely soulful delivery and impeccable phrasing could transcend reggae's many changes. Recording with his preferred producer Clement Dodd, Ellis cut Sunday Coming around 1969-1970 at Dodd's legendary Brentford Road studio
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