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Go Deh Yaka - Various - 28 Great Reggae Hits (CD)

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  1. Of Discs: 5 disc(s) Studio / Label: DMG UK Release Date: 06 Oct Disc 3 4 Reggae Got Soul mins. Disc 1 17 Angel of the Morning mins. Disc 1 1 Keep On Moving mins. Disc 2 14 Money in My Pocket mins.
  2. Go Deh Yaka - Club Mix By Monyaka. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Go Deh Yaka - Club Mix. Featured on Go Deh Yaka. More by Monyaka. Reggaenomics. Go Deh Yaka (Original Versions + Timmy Regisford Stylee Remixes) Reggaematic Funk. Easy Street Classics – Essential Acappellas- Vol. 1.
  3. I love reggae. However, many of the tracks here are NOT reggae, but are other forms of Caribbean music, such as soca, bluebeat, etc. That said, this is a fantastic collection of hits, misses and unknown gems. When I was in Grenada on business in the s, I heard a song I could not get out of my head.5/5(1).
  4. CD. 4. Staple Singers — Slippery People (club version The range of work is really great, and the 28 track set moves easily from hits to more obscure numbers – in a mode that really shows the growing sound of Stax as the 70s approached. "Klacto Vee Sedstein" by Blue Rondo A La Turk, "Go Deh Yaka" by Monyaka, "Coup" by 23 Skidoo, "If.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of 28 Great Reggae Hits on Discogs. Label: Arcade - • Series: Gold Collection (8) - 3 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Reggae • Various ‎– 28 Great Reggae Hits Go Deh Yaka: /5(1).
  6. Aretha Arrives in great style – and a mixture between her earlier vocal jazz years at Columbia, and her later southern soul sides of the 60s! Arif Mardin is already arranging Aretha 's work at this point, and the backing group includes southern soul studio giants like Spooner Oldham, Tommy Cogbill, and Roger Hawkins – but there's also a number of tracks that have mellow strings and horns.
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  8. Three CD release. Easy Street Records hit the ground running in the early s with two consecutive international hits in row with the compulsive reggae-funk of Monyaka's "Go Deh Yeka" and the uptempo break dancing gem, Hot Streak's "Body Work"/5(11).

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