Various: The Herb, CD
Various: The Herb, CD
€11.90
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Various
The Herb
Horace Andy
Little Roy
Danny Red
Robbie Ellington
Iauwata
und 1 weitere ...

  • CD
  • United Kingdom
  • Early Bird Recordings
  • (EBCD 001)
  • 12 Tracks
  • EAN 5025034170128
  • VG+ / EX+
  • used
  • CD has some marks

tracks

01

Danny Red
Baldhead

02

Little Roy
Wipe The Tears

03

Robbie Ellington
Rainbow

04

Horace Andy
Jah Jah Is Calling

05

Little Roy
Run Mr Wicked Man

06

Danny Red
Jahovah

07

Iauwata
Fussing And Fighting

08

Little Roy
Pick It Up

09

Horace Andy
Deliver Me

10

Robbie Ellington
What You Believe In

11

Herb
Wicked Dub

12

Herb
Sunshine Dub

Credits

Engineer
  • Workman
  • Scruff
Mixed By
  • Scruff
Producer
  • R.P.C.

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