Stranger Cole And Patsy - Why Did You / Do You Remember flac album
Title: Why Did You / Do You Remember
MP3 album: 1622 mb
FLAC album: 1308 mb
Other formats: APE AUD MPC WMA MMF DMF MIDI
Stranger Cole, Patsy Todd, The Aggrovators – Remember Remember. Stranger & Patsy feat. Tommy McCook – When You Call My Name. Stranger Cole & Patsy Dodd – Yeah Yeah Baby. Stranger & Patsy – Why Did You. 3:15. Queen Patsy And Stranger Cole – Don t Want To Be Hurt. Stranger Cole, Patsy Todd – Down By the Train Line. Skatalites (with Stranger Cole & Patsy Todd) – When You Call My Name. Stranger Cole, Patsy Todd feat.
Cole was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1945 and nicknamed "Stranger" by his family, as they considered that he didn't resemble any member of his kin. Cole was initially successful as a songwriter, writing "In and out the Window", which was a hit for Eric "Monty" Morris Cole's son, Squiddly, followed him into a music career, working as a drummer for artists including Ziggy Marley and Mutabaruka.
WI-144 - Stranger and Patsy: "Tom, Dick & Harry" b/w "We Two, Happy People" (white+red label), 1964; WI 145 - Joe White: "When Are You Young" b/w "Wanna Go Home", 1964. WI 401 - Laurel Aitken : "Lion Of Judah" b/w "Remember My Darling" (b-side with Cynthia Richards), 1963. WI 402 - Derrick Morgan : "Street Girl" b/w "Edmarine", 1963. WI 403 - Jimmy Cliff : "The Man" b/w "You Are Never Too Old", 1963. WI 404 - Wilfred Jackie Edwards : "Why Make Believe" b/w "Do You Want Me Again", 1963 (b-side with Velvetts). WI 405 - Delroy Wilson : "Spit In The Sky" b/w "Voodoo Man", 1963. WI 406 - Don Drummond : "Scrap Iron" b/w Dragonaire : "Prevention",.
Why did the chicken cross the road?" is a common riddle joke, with the answer being "To get to the other side". It is an example of anti-humor, in that the curious setup of the joke leads the listener to expect a traditional punchline, but they are instead given a simple statement of fact. Why did the chicken cross the road?" has become iconic as an exemplary generic joke to which most people know the answer, and has been repeated and changed numerous times over the course of history.
Stranger Cole & Patsy. Various Artists - Cook Shop Reggae, 2018. Remember Remember 03:14. All songs from Cook Shop Reggae. Stranger Cole, Patsy, Stranger Cole & Patsy - Hold Me 02:18 Ska Down Jamaica. Stranger Cole & Patsy Todd - When You Call My Name 03:14 Memorial Album. Stranger Cole, Monty Morris Lloyd & Charlie Ken Lazarus, Keith Lyn Digitaldubs Oli Herbert The Markko Polo Adventurers Nellie Wallas & Orchestra Seymour Hicks Ellaline Terris & Seymour Hicks . Elliott Charlie Penrose & Orchestra Joe Mousepad Snareophobe Tim Wagner Lloydski Druknroll Gridwork feat.
The great duo, Stranger & Patsy, who recorded many classics during the 60's, sings another standard 'Word Is Wind'. The Jamaican soul 'Cry Another Cry' by Dobby Dobson is featured on the B-side. Both songs are appearing on a 7inch single for the first time. Dub Store Records is the Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae and Dancehall reissue label run by the eponymous Tokyo based record store. 7inch single cut from the album "Jamaican Skarama", which has been reissued by Dub Store Records on LP and CD. The great duo, Stranger & Patsy, who recorded many classics during the 60's, sings another standard 'Word Is Wind'.
Did you remember to pay the bill? Of course, using the word "did" lets us know that we are discussing the past. But it is usually the recent past. It usually is more about curiosity than consequences. It often is an opener for what the person really wants to discuss: Por ejemplo: Do you remember that restaurant we used to go to in New York City?( Well, it just closed
|A||Why Did You|
|B||Do You Remember|
- Written-By – S. S. Cole*
Large centre hole, white label, UK-style non-slip groove around edge of label
Possibly pressed in UK or pressed with UK stampers
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout [stamped]): ES811A-1 △G
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout [stamped]): ES811B-1 △G
|ES 811||Stranger Cole And Patsy*||Why Did You / Do You Remember (7", Single)||Escort||ES 811||UK||1969|