Al Campbell - One Beer Bad Boy album FLAC
The Bad Boy is the first solo album by former reggaeton artist Hector "El Father". The album features guest appearances from Ednita Nazario, Ken-Y, Polaco and Wisin & Yandel. The album was supported by the single "Sola" which was released alongside the album on November 21, 2006. Billboard 200, it debuted at number 81, with about 20,000 copies sold in its first week
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Album: Ain't That Loving You, 2015. Album: Al Campbell - Ain't That Loving You Record date: 1978 Style: Roots Reggae Producer: Bunny Lee. Show more.
I get no kick from champagne Mere alcohol doesn't thrill me at all So tell me why shouldn't it be true? I get a kick out of brew. There's only one beer left Rappers screaming all in our ears like we're deaf Tempt me, do a number on the label Eat up all they emcees and drink 'em under the table Like, "It's on me-put it on my tab, kid" However you get there, foot it, cab it, iron horse it You're leaving on your
Al Campbell (born 31 August 1954) is a Jamaican reggae singer active since the late 1960s. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Campbell's singing career began in church, where his father was a preacher, and Al would sing to raise funds. Al Campbell is a keyboard player. He was in the 1980s band Kid Lightning. In 1981 Kid Lightning released an album with Gerard McMahon of "Cry Little Sister" fame. Prior to Kid Lightning, Campbell undertook work as a session musician. In 1983, Campbell assisted producer Arthur "Artie" Ripp by playing keyboards on several tracks of a remix of Billy Joel's Cold Spring Harbor album. Bad Boy released: 1984. Deeper Roots released: Rasta Time released
Al Campbell (born 31 August 1954, Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae singer active since the late 1960s. Biography: Campbell's singing career began in church, where his father was a preacher, and Al would sing to raise funds. He went to school with Lloyd James (aka Prince Jammy) and formed a vocal group with friends as a teenager, called The Thrillers, who recorded in the late 1960s for Studio One. After briefly joining up with Freddie McGregor and Ernest Wilson, he went on to work with Prince Lincoln Thompson's Royal Rasses, and the Mighty Cloud band.
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|A||–Al Campbell||One Beer Bad Boy
Written-By – W. Brammer*
|B||–Rocky And Radics*||Six Pack
Written-By – C. Gibson*
- Distributed By – Joe Gibbs Records
- Producer – Carl 'Rocky' Gibson*
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