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Its Time For Love - Richie Stephens & Marcia Griffiths - Its Time For Love (Vinyl)

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  1. 02 - Ambelique - Sad Love Song 03 - Bounty Killer And Richie Stephens - Out Cry 04 - Marcia Griffiths - Run Up And Down 05 - Morgan Heritage And Beres Hammond - Help The Needy 06 - Anthony B - God Above Everything 07 - Freddy Mcgregor - Love Makes The World Go Round 08 - George Nooks - No Power On Earth 09 - Tok - Falla We.
  2. Interviews include original Penthouse crew members Tony Rebel, Richie Stephens, Wayne Wonder, Marcia Griffiths and Beres Hammond. The Penthouse studio – originally located at 56 Slipe Road in Kingston, Jamaica – produced many of the genre’s biggest hits during the late s and s and has continued to churn out chart-topping anthems.
  3. May 27,  · 3 9 6 What Kind Of World Marcia Griffiths Tad’s Records #3. 1 Jamaican Flava Richie Stephens/Masia One Pot Of Gold Records # 16 17 33 A Matter Of Time .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Love Music on Discogs.3/5(1).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of It's Time For Love on Discogs. Label: Pot Of Gold - none • Format: Vinyl 7 Richie Stephens & Marcia Griffiths - It's Time For Love (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. Disc two is D.J. heavy and I can't get enough of the song "Check It Out". At times I wish the D.J's would go away so I could just enjoy Marcia's voice. Although even with its pit falls, this album is really enjoyable, one thing you will find on every song is mind blowing vocals, its easy to see why she's call the queen of reggae/5(17).
  7. Marcia Griffiths - First Cut [] Sanchez - Care For You [] John Holt ft. Gregory Issacs - Body Language [] Thriller U - My Love [] Sanchez - End Of The Road [] Richie Stephens - Trying To Get To You [] Tony Tuff - Calling Out Your Name [] Beres Hammond - Tempted To Touch []
  8. Marcia Griffiths. In a genre traditionally dominated by male artists, Marcia Griffiths is arguably the best-known and most influential woman in the history of reggae. Griffiths first made a name for herself when the music was still evolving from its roots in ska and rocksteady, and she later became an ally of reggae's signature artist, Bob Marley, before embracing the electronic-based sounds.

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