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The Heptones - The Heptones

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  • This is simply a wonderful compilation of Heptones material -- even if it is missing their first big hit, "Fatty Fatty" (), it includes their first recording, "Gunmen Coming to Town," with Tommy McCook & the Supersonics present as backing band/
  • Aug 13,  · referencing The Heptones, LP, Album, SOL There's also a s Jamaican pressing (Matrix CN HEP A/B) with a Studio One b/w label on the disc, but still with the typeface for "Fattie Fattie" and "Baby" less bold than the other tracks/5(91).
  • Big up Earl, Dehdeh and Robert for keeping this legendary bands legacy going - the Heptones were and are brilliant life if you get the chance to see them - take it See More. September 4, See All. Videos. SOMETHING PRIVATE OUR LAST NIGHT IN GERMANY LICKLE GOODBYE PARTY SWEET MEMORIES. /5(3).
  • Apr 15,  · On this release The Heptones illustrate why the Heptones are widely regarded as the greatest of the Jamaican harmony trios. The tunes run from pure lovers to pure roots. The cast of musicians playing on this release is as good as have ever been assembled/5(28).
  • Nov 16,  · More than any other vocal trio, the Heptones are the benchmark against which all other vocal trios in Jamaica were, and still are, measured, and their legenday sessions at Coxsone Dodd's Studio One are among the finest examples of rocksteady that you will ever find.5/5(8).
  • Jamaican band The Heptones recorded a number of different versions of this song - not all have the verse "Look where the rain is falling from the sky." This verse was added by The Heptones to the original poem by R.L. Sharpe A Bag Of Tools, which the song is based upon. Bobby & the Midnites, a

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