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Tito Simon - Jamaica Reggae Boys album flac Performer: Tito Simon
Title: Jamaica Reggae Boys
Style: Roots Reggae
MP3 album: 1743 mb
FLAC album: 1501 mb
Rating: 4.1
Genre: Reggae

The Jamaica Boys was an American, Queens-based, funk trio, that existed in the late 1980s. One of their members, Marcus Miller, was Luther Vandross' writing partner on several of the latter's hits. Dinky Bingham (who replaced Mark Stevens). Pick Up The Phone! (1990). It's That) Lovin' Feeling (1987). Spend Some Time With Me (1988). Jamaica Boys, Warner Bros.

AJamaica Reggae Boys BVersion. Mastered By – Geovanni Producer, Arranged By – Strike Force Production.

Simon appeared with Dandy Livingstone as one half of Sugar & Dandy. He later collaborated with Clancy Eccles, recording hit songs including, "Easy Come Easy Go", "You Can’t Be Serious", "I’ll Be True To You", and "She Aint Nothing But The Real Thing". He had solo success with tunes such as "This Monday Morning Feeling" which he wrote and produced. The song reached in the UK Singles Chart in February 1975.

Request an album send to friend. 25 Putumayo Albums (Jamaica) (Reggae Homeland) (2001). Quality: 192-320 Kbits/sec. Bitrate (quality): 192256320. mp3. 1. Reggae Got Soul. Toots & The Maytals.

Peter Simon, younger brother of singer/songwriter Carly Simon, last visited Jamaica in 1976 while working on "Reggae Bloodlines," which he produced with writer Stephen Davis and included their interviews with some of the legends, including Bob Marley. Simon spent nine days in the Caribbean island for "The Reggae Scrapbook," which will be released in November by Random House. The book will come with a CD of rare reggae songs


A Jamaica Reggae Boys
B Version


  • Mastered By [Vinyl Cut] – Geovanni
  • Producer, Arranged By – Strike Force Production