Winston Riley's Rock Steady & Early Reggae 1968-1969 (Discontinued)

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Winston Riley's Rock Steady & Early Reggae 1968-1969 (Discontinued) - Vinyl Record

by The Techniques & Friends

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Vinyl LP - Sealed
A collection of Winston Riley's early releases focusing on his superb vocal productions with the Shades, the Mad Lads, and of course the Techniques. Features the impeccable lead vocals of Dave Barker.
1. Dave Barker - Your Love Is A Game
2. The Mad Lads - So Afraid
3. The Techniques - I Feel Alive Again
4. The Techniques - Heart Of Man
5. The Techniques - What Am I To Do
6. The Techniques - Where Were You
7. The Techniques - The Reason Why
8. The Shades - Never Gonna Give You Up
9. The Techniques - Just One Smile
10. The Techniques - Man Of My World
11. The Mad Lads - Mother Nature
12. The Mad Lads - I Never Know
13. The Techniques - You Are My Everything
14. The Techniques - Time Has Come
15. The Shades - She's Gonna Marry Me

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