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Junior Moore From Tamlins - Who Cares flac album

Junior Moore From Tamlins - Who Cares flac album Performer: Junior Moore From Tamlins
Title: Who Cares
Style: Roots Reggae
Released: 2004
MP3 album: 1586 mb
FLAC album: 1376 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: AU ASF APE AIFF MP4 AAC MOD
Genre: Reggae

The song was previously released as a promo track ahead of the album on September 6, 2018

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Mandy Moore is the self-titled third studio album by American pop singer Mandy Moore. It was released by Epic Records on June 19, 2001. Moore began taking more creative control of her music with the album, and moved away from her bubblegum pop sound and teen pop image from her previous two albums, and included elements of dance, techno, R&B, pop rock, hip hop and Middle Eastern music, and talked about more mature subject matters.

Are a 1970s Jamaican reggae and dub vocal group. Composed of Carlton Smith, Junior Moore, and Derrick Lara, The Tamlins are among the most recognized back-up singers in reggae, especially for their years of international touring in support of Peter Tosh

The Tamlins has been played on NTS shows including Anton, with Baltimore first played on 13 July 2013. The Tamlins were a reggae and dub vocal group in 1970's Jamaica. Composed of Carlton Smith, Junior Moore, and Derrick Lara, The Tamlins are among the most recognized backup singers in reggae especially for their years of international touring in support of Peter Tosh. They have backed John Holt, Delroy Wilson, Pat Kelly, and Marcia Griffiths, among others, as well as recording on their own.

Composed of Carlton Smith, Junior Moore, and Derrick Lara, The Tamlins are among the most recognized back-up singers in reggae, especially for their years of international touring in support of Peter Tosh. They have also backed John Holt, Delroy Wilson, Pat Kelly, and Marcia Griffiths, among others, as well as recording on their own. Having released one unsuccessful album in 1976, they came to prominence in the late 1970s by releasing 12" singles in Jamaica for Channel One Studios, usually covering earlier rocksteady hits such as "Hard to Confess"

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Tracklist

A Who Cares
B Version

Credits

  • Producer – Jimmy Ricks, Wade Brammer