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Better To Be Loved - Delroy Wilson - Better Must Come (Vinyl, LP, Album)


1971
Label: Dynamic Sounds - DY-3324 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Jamaica • Genre: Reggae • Style: Rocksteady
Better To Be Loved - Delroy Wilson - Better Must Come (Vinyl, LP, Album)

 · Jamaican music evolved in the mids but the hits kept coming and Wilson was part of that. Lyrically Delroy touches on deception, love and loss, all with slick guitar picking and superb organ skank. WILSON, Delroy - Better Must Come (reissue) - Vinyl (LP) | eBaySeller Rating: % positive.

Re-issue of rocksteady classic, produced by Byron Lee Tracklist: A1 Better Must Come A2 Better To Be Loved A3 Can't Explain A4 It's You I Love A5 Dance .

Delroy Wilson Better Must Come Better To Be Loved, with rough trombone, and a funky reggae cover of The Isleys’ It’s Your Thing. Roots gem from the Prophecy album, out of Channel One in — plus a previously unreleased mix. Trim printed sleeve, too. 10" £;.

 · Radiation Roots present a reissue of Delroy Wilson's Better Must Come, originally released in Delroy Wilson was one of the best-beloved vocalists in the history of reggae. Born in in the infamous slum of Trench Town, Wilson is regarded as Jamaica's first child star, having signed a contract with future Studio One founder, Clement "Sir Coxsone" Dodd, at the tender age of .

Delroy Wilson was one of the best-beloved vocalists in the history of reggae. make any cover tune his own, young Delroy made an impact from the start. Delroy’s second. As Jamaica geared up for an era-defining general election, Delroy Wilson and Bunny.


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  1. reissue - Radiation Roots present a reissue of Delroy Wilson's Better Must Come, originally released in Delroy Wilson was one of the best-beloved vocalists in the history of reggae. Born in in the infamous slum of Trench Town, Wilson is regarded as Jamaica's first child star, having signed a contract with future Studio One.

  2.  · The Better Must Come album was recorded at Dynamic Sounds, then the best-equipped studio in the Caribbean region, with Bunny Lee in the producer’s chair and Sid Bucknor and Carlton Lee as resident engineers. In addition to the opening title track, there is a range of classic Delroy here: Better To Be Loved puts his soulful delivery over a creeping John Crow organ skank; Can’t Explain.

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