Slim Smith - Born To Love album FLAC
Album: Six the Hard Way, 2015.
Slim Smith & the Techniques - I'm in love. The Sensations Born To Love You - Doctor Bird -WIRL. Delroy wilson - i want to love you.
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Slim Smith (born Keith Smith, 1948, Kingston, Jamaica, died October 9, 1972) was a ska, rocksteady and reggae singer that begun with The Techniques and then formed The Uniques. Alias: Dakota Jim, Keith Smith (11), Wonder Boy (5). Variations: Tout voir Slim Smith.
Do You Love Me. Slim Smith.
Slim Smith - Born To Love 02:46. Slim Smith - Rougher Yet 03:04. Slim Smith, The Uniques - Girls Like Dirt 02:53. Slim Smith - Somebody to Love 02:36. Slim Smith, The Uniques - Build My World Around You 02:44. Jason L. Smith - The Real Slim Shady 04:51.
Slim Smith was born Keith Smith in Kingston, Jamaica, in 1948. His recording career began in a group called The Techniques that recorded for Duke Reid amongst others. When the original Techniques disbanded in 1965 he formed The Uniques. From 1969 he concentrated on his solo career, recording sides for Coxone Dodd's Studio One, ten of which were compiled for the album Born To Love.
Slim Smith (born Keith Smith; 1948 in Kingston, Jamaica – 1973) was a ska, rocksteady and reggae singer. In their book Reggae: The Rough Guide (1997), Steve Barrow and Peter Dalton described Smith as "the greatest vocalist to emerge in the rocksteady era". Smith first came to prominence as a member of the Victors Youth Band, who were highly praised at the 1964 Jamaican Festival. He subsequently became a founding member and lead vocalist of The Techniques, who recorded primarily with Duke Reid for his Treasure Isle label. He had a hit almost immediately with "Everybody Needs Love". An album of the same name quickly followed, as did many further hits. By 1972 personal problems led to him being detained at Bellevue sanatorium.
Love is the eponymous debut album by the Los Angeles-based rock band Love, and was released in March 1966 on Elektra Records. Arthur Lee, who was originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but had lived in Los Angeles since he was five, had been recording since 1963 with his bands, the LAG's and Lee's American Four. He had written and also produced the single "My Diary" for Rosa Lee Brooks in 1964 which featured Jimi Hendrix on guitar.
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|A1||Born To Love||2:48|
|A2||I've Got Your Number||2:56|
|A3||You Don't Care||2:37|
|A5||I'll Be Around||2:35|
|B1||I'll Never Let Go||3:12|
|B3||The New Boss||2:34|
|B4||Keep That Light||2:50|
|B5||Do You Love Me
Featuring – Norma Frazier*
- Engineer, Producer, Recorded By – C.S. Dodd*
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- Barcode: 011661350144
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