Marcia Griffiths - Somebody To Love mp3 album
Somebody To Love (Remix Dub Version). Tracks A2 and B2 are not mentioned on labels. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.Somebody To Love (12"). Somebody To Love (7").
Marcia Llyneth Griffiths (born 23 November 1949) is a Jamaican singer. Born in West Kingston, Jamaica, Griffiths started her career in 1964, performing on stage with Byron Lee and the Dragonaires at the behest of Phillip James of The Blues Busters, who had heard her singing in her home neighbourhood.
Marcia Llyneth Griffiths was born in Kingston, Jamaica on November 23, 1949 (though Griffiths has sometimes told journalists she was born in 1953). She displayed an interest in music early on, singing in the church choir and regularly taking part in musical presentations at school, and she made her first steps toward a professional career when she was 15. Griffiths was singing at a friend's party when she was overheard by Phillip "Boasie" James, a member of the vocal group the Blues Busters, who was visiting his girlfriend next door. Bob and Marcia hit the charts again in 1971 with "The Pied Piper," but in 1974 the duo parted ways and Griffiths released her second solo album, Sweet Bitter Love. In 1974, after Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingston left the Wailers, Bob Marley wanted to fill out the vocal sound of the group, and added a trio of female singers to the Wailers' lineup.
Features Song Lyrics for Marcia Griffiths's The Reggae Love Collection album. 2. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face Lyrics. Marcia Griffiths Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Marcia Griffiths Lyrics.
Come let us go to the land of love Where the love light shine so bright above We will be so happy and free All your pains will let you be You're gonna find that love is real By the feeling you feel In that land where the people are free Life will be better for you and me We won't. find true happiness appear Come with me and have no fear We're gonna find that love is real By the feeling you feel We will be so happy and free All your pains will let you be You're gonna find that love is real By the feeling you feel In that land where the people are free Life will be better
Set as current obsession. Marcia Griffiths . 3 Nov 1949 in Kingston, Jamaica, is, thus far, the most successful female reggae artist in the world with songs like "Young, Gifted And Black" (1970), "Feel Like Jumping" (1978) and "Steppin' Out Of Babylon" (1979), and "Electric Boogie (1990). She cooperated with Bob Marley on all his LP albums for Island Records and in all tours until his death.
Overall, a quality best-of like you'd expect from Trojan. And even if Griffiths' early years weren't quite as impressive as her later work, it's still quality music.
Griffiths is currently cross-promoting her latest album Marcia Griffiths & Friends on the Reggae Extravaganza tour, which pitstops in Monteal on May 18 with another reggae legend, the great Leroy Sibbles, onetime lead singer with the legendary Heptones. In fact, in our first interview back in 1998, Marcia told me about the night she became overwhelmed with nausea onstage during The Wailers 1979 European tour. At the time she was seven-months pregnant.
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