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I Let You Go Boy - Various - Queens Of Jamaica - The Ladies Who Made Reggae (CD)

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  2. The Queen of Reggae, Alpharita Constantia Marley, raised in Trench Town in Kingston, Jamaica, was destined for musical greatness. After winning early awards for her childhood performances, there was only one way she would go. She was already a successful young artist when she met her now better known husband Bob – they married in
  3. • The ladies who made reggae have been unjustly overlooked so "Queens of Jamaica" is a welcome compilation and a joy to listen to. • 20 tracks by the best female singers recorded between & by producers like Bunny Lee and Duke Reid.
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  5. Back in , a year-old Jamaican singer/songwriter named Robert Marley recorded a song called “One Cup of Coffee” and went on to take reggae music around the world. Fast forward 55 years.
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  8. Jamaica is home to many nightclubs that cater to these exotic dancers and exotic dancing. However, clubs catering to exotic dancing are different from those having exotic dancers. The clubs offering room for exotic dancing are usually attached to a hotel or party place where patrons can go with their significant other to enjoy good music.
  9. Performer: Various Album: Queens Of Jamaica - The Ladies Who Made Reggae Country: France Released: Style: Rocksteady, Roots Reggae Label: Jahslams Genre: Reggae Catalog #: JS Size FLAC: mb. Size MP3: mb. Rating: /5 Votes: Record Source: CD, Compilation.

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