Gene Rondo - A Different World flac album
Title: A Different World
Style: Roots Reggae, Dub
MP3 album: 1985 mb
FLAC album: 1732 mb
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Gene Rondo – A Different World. A Different World (Version). Companies, etc. Published By – Shelly Music. Producer – Shelly, Gene Rondo.
Winston Lara (28 May 1943 – 12 June 1994), better known by his stage name Gene Rondo, was a Jamaican reggae singer. After first recording as part of the duo Gene & Roy in Jamaica, he relocated to London where he continued to record until the 1980s, including several album releases in the 1970s, both solo and as a member of The Undivided.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Gene Rondo - A Different World. Photo of Gene Rondo - A Different World. More albums of Gene Rondo: Prisoner Of Love, Just A Few Words. Prisoner Of Love, How Many Times Girl.
A Different World" is a debut song recorded by American country music artist Bucky Covington. It was released in January 2007 as the lead single from his album Bucky Covington. It was written by Jennifer Hanson, Tony Martin, and Mark Nesler. The song is produced by Mark Miller of Sawyer Brown, and was released by Lyric Street Records, a country label of Disney's Buena Vista Music Group. It peaked at number 6 on the . Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Listen to the biggest hits from Gene Rondo, including Deep Inside, Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye, Remember Those Days, and more on Slacker Radio. Rondo initially trained as a classical vocalist, studying at a school in Hammersmith, London, and performing the classics in Covent Garden. He worked on numerous recording sessions in a R&B style, including the local hits ‘Because You’re Mine’, ‘It’s Got To Be Mellow’ and ‘Grey Life’. In 1970 he formed a band called the Undivided, who performed around the UK and released a pop reggae album for Decca Records, although the lack of promotion resulted in an ambiguous collection.
b. Winston Lara, May 1943, d. June 1994, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Rondo was involved in the music business from the late 50s. He entered the Vere Johns Opportunity Hour where he found success with his partner Satch. By 1960 he recorded Love My Little Queenie and Squeeze Me, and in 1962 he left Jamaica for the UK, where he continued with his musical career. Rondo continued to record as a soloist with Trojan Records, including Sentimental Reasons and A Lovers Question. With Magnet Records he recorded with Mike Dorane for Valley Of Tears and Impossible Dream.
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After World War II, Desmond started working in the San Francisco Bay Area, taking pick-up work as a backing musician as he could find it. He worked occasionally for Dave Brubeck at the Geary Cellar in San Francisco. For a period of several weeks, he led a small jazz combo at the Band Box in Redwood City that included Dave Brubeck Desmond featured Bickert on his 1975 studio album Pure Desmond, and the two played together at the 1976 Edmonton Jazz Festival. Live recordings of that concert and club dates with Bickert performed during 1974-1975 were released during and after Desmond's lifetime. In their private lives Dave Brubeck and his family were very close to Paul Desmond, though the two men possessed very different personalities. a b Lees, Gene (2001). Cats of Any Color: Jazz Black and White.
For the last 14 days: 1 tracks. Gene Rondo top songs. 1. Gene Rondo - Remember Those Days. Now playing: Earth, Wind And Fire - September.
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- Published By – Shelly Music
- Producer – Shelly*, Gene Rondo