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  • Tojakasa says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wake The Town on Discogs.
  • Felabar says:
    Apr 18,  · Check out Wake the Town by U Roy on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on snugoncamimabotoconvaxatera.co
  • Mezinris says:
    – U-Roy: Words Of Wisdom – U-Roy & The Techniques: My Girl – U-Roy: Rule Of The Nation – U-Roy & Alton Ellis: Ain't That Loving You – U-Roy: Wake The Town – U-Roy: Hot Pot – U-Roy & The Jamaicans: Peace And Love – U-Roy & The Jamaicans: Things You Love – U-Roy: Treasure Isle Skank – U-Roy & The Silvertones: True Confessions.
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  • Nikolkree says:
    referencing U. Roy, LP, Album, ATLP Hi, changed title as "Honey Come Back" as stated at label A Side of your copy, This same track is called 'Forward Forever" at a U Roy compilation called: 30 Massive Shots From Treasure Isle which I have in my collection.
  • Grorisar says:
    With a dozen of the recordings previously unissued on CD, this 2CD set should be an essential purchase for long-standing fans of the Treasure Isle sound and those simply wishing to hear the very best Jamaica had to offer during the first golden age of reggae. Boom Shacka Lacka - Hopeton Lewis 2. Wake the Town - U Roy 3. Condition Bad a Yard 4/5(1).
  • Nim says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Version Of Wisdom on Discogs. Label: Front Line (2) - CDFL ,Virgin - 7 2 3 • Series: Virgin Front Line All-Time Reggae Classics • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Reggae • .
  • Kajikora says:
    Mar 19,  · U-Roy - Wake The Town. Song Wake The Town; Artist Hugh Roy; Album Gay Jamaica Independence Time.
  • Mezilar says:
    "Wake the Town" is a reggae song recorded by Jamaican toaster U-Roy in It was U-Roy's first big hit and one of the songs that established U-Roy as the grandfather of the modern deejay phenomenon. It also helped create dancehall style in Jamaica.. The recording that led to the single was initiated when John Holt attended a sound system party, and heard U-Roy deejay.

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