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8 thoughts on “ Gregory Isaacs - Open The Door (CD, Album)

  1. reggae land muzik for the best source of new and hard to find reggae in the universe original dubs, studio one, moodisc & channel one in stock also riddims and more riddims carry a large selection of the best cultural shirts.
  2. Check out Red Rose For Gregory by Gregory Isaacs on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on fundsimpbasranocaguarepapecwicon.coinfo(10).
  3. Gregory Isaacs started his singing career in , but it was not until the early 70s that he was recognized as a young promising singer. Gregory Isaacs, AKA the Cool Ruler, is back at his very best with his new album, which contains a big hit single "Hold Tight". This album contains some wicked tracks that will appeal to all age groups, showing that the Cool Ruler still rules and has .
  4. Gregory Isaacs ‎– Open The Door. Label: Sanctuary Records ‎– , Real Authentic Sound ‎– Format: CD, Album. Country: US. Released: /5(1).
  5. Gregory Isaacs B: Lonely Man: Success Jamaica: Promo Only 7" 0: Gregory Issaacs A: Why There Is Life [no artist listed] B: Version: A-Wee Jamaica: 7" 1: Gregory Isaacs A: Too Late B: Lonley Man: Success Jamaica: 7" 0: Gregory Isaacs A: Far Beyond The Valley Rupie Edwards All Stars B: A Taste Of Music: Success Jamaica:
  6. Saxophonist and producer Dean Fraser assembled this two-disc tribute to the late Jamaican singer Gregory Isaacs, and it features vocal versions of several of Isaacs' signature tunes sung by contemporary Jamaican vocalists, including “Night Nurse” (sung by Romain Virgo), “Mr. Brown” (sung by Jah Cure), “The Border” (sung by Duane Stephenson), and others, but the real treat .
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  8. if it wasn't for mafia and fluxy on the tracks, this cd would be plain boring. the arrangement on all the songs from this underated brit duo is classic. the one complaint with non-reggae lovers is that reggage is stagnant, no growth. the beats are the same. however, here on gregory's latest album, mafia and fluxy proves them wrong.4/5(2).

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