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I Dont Know - The Blues Busters - Behold How Sweet It Is (CD)

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  1. CD Universe is your source for Blues Busters's song My Girl MP3 download lyrics and much more. 1 How Sweet It Is Lyrics 2 Wings Of A Dove 3 I Don' t Know 4 Donna 5 Behold 6 Soon You' ll Be Gone 7 Wide Awake In A Dream. My Girl Blues Busters 8 Baby What You Want Me To Do.
  2. How Sweet It Is 2: Little Vilma: 3: Lost My Baby: 4: Wings Of A Dove: 5: Warning You: 6: Wide Awake In A Dream: 7: Behold: 8: I Won't Let You Go: 9: I Had A Dream: Donna: Soon You'll Be Gone I've Been Trying: That's Heaven To Me: I Don't Know: Can't Believe That You're Gone Love Me Forever: I've Gotta Get 4/5(1).
  3. The sound,while not digitally remastered, is good for the era. This will come as a surprise to those who think this is just another Trojan Records release. This is not reggae in any of it's many styles. This is good old American rhythm and blues,complete with horn solos and the duo vocal stylings of Lloyd Campbell and Phillip James/5(5).
  4. Discogs: CD, Behold How Sweet It Is. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。4/5(1).
  5. I Don't Know. I don't know why I love you so I don't know why I need you so I don't know, baby, why I love you so And I don't care, what the folks may say I'm gonna love you each and every day I don't know why I really love you so. I'm gonna write you a letter So that you can understand much better Oh, it is a terrible feeling Woo, you never know 'Cause you don't know how you make me feel It's.
  6. In the early '60s, the Blues Busters were a Jamaican vocal duo who could switch from ska to gospel-ized R&B effortlessly. They had few peers in Jamaica, and it wasn't until the middle of the decade and the rise of Sam & Dave that a comparable group could be found in the States. Behold is a great collection that swings between soul and ska with the same ease as the Blues Busters themselves.
  7. The Blues Busters, Lloyd Campbell and Phillip James, were one of the earliest Jamaican vocal duos. Their late-'50s start saw them emulating American R&B and, surprisingly, at the dawn of the '60s arriving at the same soulful conclusion as that of their U.S. counterparts. They were also major contenders in the ska boom with hits like "Behold" and "(If I Had The) Wings of a Dove.".
  8. The Blues Busters How Sweet. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. AllMusic Rating. User Ratings (0) Behold. Lloyd Campbell / Phillip James. The Blues Busters. I Don't Know. Lloyd Campbell / Phillip James. The Blues Busters.

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