Glen Amams / The Woodpeckers - Rich In Love / Zumbelly FLAC album
Title: Rich In Love / Zumbelly
FLAC version ZIP size: 1804 mb
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This was likely the initially intended release as the matrix on the Cool Down side is ES 804 B-1 where as the matrix on Zumbelly is ES 804 B-2. Cool Down was released in Jamaica on the flip side of Liquidator. It was given a full release by Pama on Camel (CA 20B). Glen Amams, The Woodpeckers (2). Glen Amams, The Woodpeckers (2) - Rich In Love, Zumbelly (7").
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The Woodpeckers - Zumbelly, 02:21, . MB download mp3 full version here. Artist: The Woodpeckers. Album: No More Heartaches, What Am I to Do. Release year: 2017. Download The Woodpeckers - Zumbelly. No More Heartaches, What Am I to Do: Best 2 songs. King Cannon - Soul Scorcher 02:37. The Beltones - Home Without You 02:17.
See Terms and Conditions for important information about costs that may apply for the MP3 version in case of returns and cancellations. Listen Now. Go Unlimited. Rich in Love (Version 1) by Glen Adams. Zumbelly by The Woodpeckers.
Glen Adams (27 November 1945 – 17 December 2010) was a Jamaican musician, composer, arranger, engineer, producer, based since the mid-1970s in Brooklyn, New York City. Adams' mother was from Kingston and his father from St. Vincent; the two met while working in Curaçao. Adams' first break in the music business came as a teenager, when he appeared as a singer in a vocal group on Radio Jamaica's Opportunity Knocks show hosted by Vere Johns
Glen Adams (b. Glenroy Phillip Adams, 1950) is a Jamaican musician, composer, arranger, engineer, producer, based since the mid-1970s in Brooklyn, New York. Adams' first break in the music business came as a teenager when he appeared as a singer on Radio Jamaica's Opportunity Knocks show hosted by Vere Johns, and he began performing in Kingston and St. Andrews at weekends.
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NotesCredited to Glen Amams and often translated as Glen Adams, this is actually Glen Brown singing as it can heard with his distinctive voice.
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