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One of the most influential reggae albums of the early 1970. Features numerous rock steady and reggae classics. Most comprehensive collection of the popular singer’s work ever to see issue!
One of the most influential reggae albums of the early 1970s
Features numerous rock steady and reggae classics
Most comprehensive collection of the popular singer’s work ever to see issue!
Widely regarded as one of the most gifted vocalists to emerge on the Jamaican music scene in the late Sixties, Phyllis Dillon enjoyed a series of hugely popular 45s for celebrated producer, Duke Reid, prior to her premature retirement in 1972.
Shortly before she withdrew from the spotlight, Reid issued her one and only long player, ‘One Life To Live’, which has since become one of the most sought-after collections from the golden age of reggae.
Now at long last, this seminal album is augmented by Dillon’s most popular rock steady and reggae recordings for Reid’s Treasure Isle Records, with the result being in the most comprehensive collection of her work yet to see issue.
1. ONE LIFE TO LIVE, ONE LOVE TO GIVE
2. LOVE THE ONE YOU’RE WITH
3. LONG TIME AKA NICE TIME
5. I CAN’T FORGET ABOUT YOU BABY
6. PICTURE ON THE WALL
7. WOMAN OF THE GHETTO
8. CLOSE TO YOU
9. EDDIE OH BABY
10. WE BELONG TOGETHER
11. THE LOVE THAT A WOMAN SHOULD GIVE TO A MAN
12. YOU ARE LIKE HEAVEN TO ME
13. MIDNIGHT CONFESSIONS
14. BOYS AND GIRLS REGGAE
16. LOVE IS ALL I HAD
17. DON’T STAY AWAY
18. REMEMBER THAT SUNDAY
19. DON’T TOUCH ME TOMATO
20. GET ON THE RIGHT TRACK
21. I WEAR HIS RING
22. TULIPS (AND HEATHER)
23. TAKE MY HEART
24. A THING OF THE PAST
25. WALK THROUGH THIS WORLD WITH ME
26. IT’S ROCKING TIME AKA ROCK STEADY
27. WHY DID YOU LEAVE ME
28. BOYS AND GIRLS REGGAE (TAKE 3)