Cornel Campbell / Lady Saw - Boxing mp3 album
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Written By – Cornel Campbell (tracks: A), Marion Hall (tracks: A). Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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Cornel Campbell aka Don Cornel or Don Gorgon (born 23 November 1945 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer, best known for his trademark falsetto voice, and his recordings at Studio One in the late 1960s and his later work with Bunny Lee in the 1970s. Cornel has one of the sweetest falsettos of any Jamaican vocalist and uses it often to convey frustration, soul or despair.
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Tracklist: 1. It’s Grooving Time, 2. Queen Of The Minstrel, 3. Be True To Me, 4. Speak No Evil, 5. The Gorgon Is Back, 6. Party Time, 7. Boxing, 8. Natty Dread, 9. Rasta Come From Jail, 10. Confusion On The Land, 11. 100 Lb Of Collie, 12. Devil In Be. More albums from Cornell Campbell: Ropin’ by Cornell Campbell. Magic Spell by Cornell Campbell. My Destination by Cornell Campbell. Rock My Soul (Sip A Cup Showcase Vol. 7) by Cornell Campbell. Sweet Baby by Cornell Campbell. Fight Against Corruption by Cornell Campbell.
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Cornel Campbell, Prince Allá, the Jewels, Leroy Sibbles, Cali P, Lutan Fyah & Exile Di Brave). Cornell Campbell & Art-X). Atili Bandalero 2017. Cornell Campbell & Little Harry). Best of Cornell Campbell 2005. Perhaps best known for the series of "Gorgon rock" records he cut with legendary producer Bunny Lee, reggae singer Cornel Campbell was born in Jamaica in 1948. As a teen he recorded his first material for Studio One, cutting a series of ska sides both as a solo artist and as one half of a duo with Alan Martin; from 1964 to 1967 Campbell seemingly disappeared from the music business, finally resurfacing as a member of the short-lived rocksteady harmony trio the Uniques.
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- Mixed By – John John*
- Producer – Lloyd "John John" James
- Written By – Cornel Campbell* (tracks: A), Marion Hall (tracks: A)
|VPRD 5868||Lady Saw / Cornell Campbell||Lady Saw / Cornell Campbell - Boxing (12")||VP Records||VPRD 5868||US||1995|