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Various - Doo Wop Jamaican Style album flac Performer: Various
Title: Doo Wop Jamaican Style
Style: Rocksteady, Ska, Reggae
Released: 2005
MP3 album: 1295 mb
FLAC album: 1758 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: AAC AUD AC3 DMF MP3 MP2 VOX
Genre: Reggae

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Style: Doo Wop. Tracklist.

Doo-wop is a genre of rhythm and blues music developed in the 1940s by African American youth, mainly in the large cities of the upper East Coast, including New York. It features vocal group harmony that carries an engaging melodic line to a simple beat with little or no instrumentation. Lyrics are simple, usually about love, ornamented with nonsense syllables, and often featuring, in the bridge, a melodramatically heartfelt recitative addressed to the beloved.

Greatest Doo Wop Album of All Times - Various Artists.

Style: Doo WopDuration: Album. Wiggle Wobble - The Les Cooper Collection (2-CD). Style: Doo WopArtist: Various. The Cleftones - Happy Memories (2-CD) - Vocal Groups/Doo Wop. You must request for this extra service, prior to sending any funds. Doo Wop - The Greatest Hits 1961-1962 (2-CD).

Doo Wop was one of the most popular genres of rock & roll and R&B in the late '50s. Doo wop artists were vocal groups, with each singer in the group taking a different part that interweaved with the other singers. Frequently, the backing vocalists sang nonsense words as rhythm, and the genre's name derives from this trait. Most doo wop groups started as a cappella bands, performing without instrumental accompaniment. The hit doo wop singles inspired countless teenagers to form their own a cappella groups, though many of them were never recorded.

The album that carried reggae music to the four corners of the Earth and made Bob Marley an international superstar also set the political tone for many artists to follow. Marley sang of life where the living is hardest in Concrete Jungle and looked back to Jamaica’s ignoble slaving past – No chains around my feet but I’m not free. He packed the album with beautiful melodic numbers, such as High Tide and Low Tide, and rhythmic dance tracks like Kinky Reggae. 5/40 Catch a Fire (Jamaican version) (1973), Bob Marley and the Wailers. The album that carried reggae music to the four corners of the Earth and made Bob Marley an international superstar also set the political tone for many artists to follow. Curtis Mayfield had been spinning golden soul music from doo-wop roots with The Impressions for more than a decade before releasing his first solo album, which contains some of his greatest songs.

Tracklist

1 Alton Ellis & The Flames Duke Of Earl
2 The Ethiopians Sh Boom (Life Could Be A Dream)
3 Basil & Yvonne Come Back My Love
4 Rudy Mills Tears On My Pillow
5 Barbara Jones Oh What A Nite
6 Ken Parker & Dorothy Russell Sincerely
7 Derrick Harriott Why Do Fools Fall In Love
8 The Clarendonians The Angels Listened In
9 Jackie Edwards A Thousand Miles Away
10 Pat Kelly & The Uniques Daddy's Home
11 Dave Barker & The Techniques Love, Love, Love
12 Lee* & The Clarendonians Night Owl
13 Burt Walters Honey Love
14 The Techniques What'cha Gonna Do
15 Derrick Harriott Been So Long
16 The Wailers My Dream
17 The Uniques The Girl In My Dreams
18 The Clarendonians This Is My Story
19 Jackie Edwards The Ten Commandments Of Love
20 Ken Boothe & The Messengers Sherry (Cherry Baby)

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  • Copyright (c) – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.

Credits

  • Compiled By – Laurence Cane-Honeysett

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5016073774927