Desmond Dekker & The Aces - Israelites mp3 album
Desmond Dekker & The Aces. Get up in the morning, slaving for bread, sir So that every mouth can be fed Poor me, the Israelite, ah. Get up in the morning, slaving for bread, sir So that every mouth can be fed Poor me, the Israelite. My wife and my kids, they pack up and leave me Darling, she said, I was yours to be seen Poor, poor me, the Israelite. Shirt them a-tear up, trousers are go I don't want to end up like Bonnie and Clyde Poor me, the Israelite
This issue uses numeric side indicators (1, 2), other uses alphabetical (One, Two). I'm a little embarrassed to admit this is the only 'proper' Desmond Dekker album I own (I have a couple collections and his album with The Specials), but for that it's a perfect little bundle of work. Featuring the opening title track, the classic 'Israelites,' as well as other top numbers like 'Rude Boy Train,' 'It Mek' and 'Nincompoop,' this album is largely material written by Dekker himself and producer Leslie Kong
Desmond Dekker & The Aces. Israelites - The Reggae Sound (LP, Album). 1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. Medley: 007 (Shanky Town), All I Have To Do Is Dream, Baby Come Back, Pass The D. Desmond Dekker. Don't Blame Me.
Album: The Best Of Desmond Dekker (1969). Charted: 1 9. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Dekker (born Desmond Dacres) was raised in Kingston, Jamaica and trained as a welder before singing. He formed the Aces and teamed up with hit producer Leslie Kong in 1966 (with whom he worked until Kong's death in 1971). He has over 20 Jamaican hits and 2 other UK Top 10 hits: "It Mek" and "You Can Get It If You Really Want. He enjoyed a revival in the UK in the early 1980s thanks to the two-tone movement. Dekker died of a heart attack in 2006 at age 64. More songs from Desmond Dekker & the Aces. More songs from 1969. Lyrics to The Israelites
Features Song Lyrics for Desmond Dekker & The Aces's The Israelites album. Desmond Dekker & The Aces - The Israelites Album Lyrics.
Israelites is a song written by Desmond Dekker and Leslie Kong that became a hit for Dekker’s group, Desmond Dekker & The Aces. Although few could understand all the lyrics, the single was the first UK reggae number one and among the first to reach the US top ten. It combined the Rastafarian religion with rude boy concerns, to make what has been described as a timeless masterpiece that knew no boundaries. The disc was released in the UK in March 1969 and was number one for one week, selling over 250,000 copies. A global million sales was reported in June 1969
Action! is an album by Jamaican rocksteady and ska group Desmond Dekker & the Aces that they released in 1968. Singer-songwriter Desmond Dekker composed all of the tracks, which includes the song "007 (Shanty Town)". All songs written by Desmond Dekker. Mother Pepper" – 2:21. Don't Blame Me" – 2:24. You've Got Your Troubles" – 3:13. Personal Possession" – 2:55. 007 (Shanty Town)" – 2:38. Young Generation" – 2:08. Mother Long Tongue" – 2:09.
|A2||It Is Not Easy||2:10|
|A4||Tips Of My Fingers||3:28|
|A5||Too Much Too Song||2:35|
|B4||For Once In My Live||2:59|
|B5||Rude Boy Train||2:15|
|B6||My Precious Love||2:57|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 85007-V A
- Matrix / Runout: 85007-V B
|DLM 5013||Desmond Dekker||The Israelites (LP, Album, Mono)||Pyramid , Doctor Bird||DLM 5013||UK||1969|
|29-73059||Desmond Dekker & The Aces||Israelites (Reel, Album)||UNI Records||29-73059||US||1969|
|92 368||Desmond Dekker & The Aces||Israelites - The Reggae Sound (LP, Album)||SR International||92 368||Germany||1975|
|GRLP 043, DLS 5013||Desmond Dekker||The Israelites (LP, Album)||Green Light , Doctor Bird||GRLP 043, DLS 5013||Netherlands||1969|
|TBL1013 MONO||Desmond Dekker||The Israelites (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Pyramid||TBL1013 MONO||UK||2016|