NIGGER KOJAK – DIFFERENT STYLE

NIGGER KOJAK – DIFFERENT STYLE

A: Nigger Kojak - Different Style B: Nigger Kojak - Christmas Style   The bald and lollypop rocking Nigger Kojak hit big with his toast over the Dennis Brown smash "Ain't that loving you" in 1979, but was already well on his way to stardom a year before. Kojak was among the first...

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DENNIS WALKS – ALMIGHTY I

DENNIS WALKS – ALMIGHTY I

A: Dennis Walks - Almighty I B: Mighty Two - Forgive them Rasta   Dennis Walks is probably best known for the monsterhit he recorded for Harry Moody. Though he never really topped the truly superb "Drifter" tune, he did manage to score some sizeable hits over the years and kept recording...

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DHAIMA – INA JAH CHILDREN

DHAIMA – INA JAH CHILDREN

A: Dhaima - Ina Jah Children B: Mighty Two - Save the children   Dhaima, born Sandra Lucille Matthews in 1949, grew up in Nashville, Tennessee where she wrote her first song at the tender age of 9. She earned early recognition as a member of "The Buttons", a singing group that consisted...

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BONGO HERMAN & BINGY BUNNY – RATION

BONGO HERMAN & BINGY BUNNY – RATION

B: Bongo Herman & Bingy Bunny - Ration A: The Meditators - Things not easy   Bongo Herman & Bingy Bunny are two very gifted performers who acted mostly as session musicians in the early seventies, but they also managed to make quite a name for themselves with songs like "Ration."...

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MEDITATORS – THINGS NOT EASY

MEDITATORS – THINGS NOT EASY

A: The Meditators - Things not easy B: Bongo Herman & Bingy Bunny - Ration   When Fitzroy "Bunny" Simpson left the Mighty Diamonds for a short period of time, he ran into former Tennors singer Ronnie Davis, who was recording solo for many a producer at the time. Together they recorded...

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MIGHTY DIAMONDS – KEEP ON MOVING

MIGHTY DIAMONDS – KEEP ON MOVING

A: Mighty Diamonds - Keep on moving B: Mighty Two : Keep on dubbing bigger T   I'm not sure who's covering who here. Trusted Pressure Beat reader Nick Faris e-mailed me the other day, saying the original of Keep on Moving was recorded by The Impressions in 1964 (can't believe I missed...

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