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Bongo Herman - Ive Lost That Love (Vinyl)

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  1. Akinojind says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Barrington Levy In Dub - The Lost Mixes From King Tubby's Studio on Discogs.
  2. Motaur says:
    Mar 18,  · BONGO HERMAN ~ Thunder Storm Pt 2 (PRINCE FAR I ~ Wisdom, B Side) *THE VICEROYS ~ Ain't Nobody Love Nobody *JEAN ADEBAMBO ~ Outside Girl + I've Made Up My Mind.
  3. Shakami says:
    Percussion maestro Herman Davis popularly called ‘Bongo Herman’, would have wanted his life no other way than with reggae music being at the heart of it. In an interview with JIS News, Bongo Herman said that Reggae has not only created a livelihood for him, but also allowed him to travel the world.
  4. Mikagami says:
    Long Lost Love / Uncertain Love Side A. Side B. Artist Rupie Edwards / The Virtues Format 7 Artist Bongo Herman And Les / U Roy Junior Format 7 Producer Rupie Edwards Label Big (UK Youve Lost That Loving Feeling / Endlessly Side A. Side B.
  5. Zolodal says:
    Percussion maestro Herman Davis popularly called ‘Bongo Herman’, would have wanted his life no other way than with reggae music being at the heart of it. In an interview with JIS News, Bongo Herman said that Reggae has not only created a.
  6. Sakazahn says:
    Bongo Herman - Discography. All Countries: 68 Records: Latest Updates: Gallery:: 68 Records: Latest Updates: Gallery.
  7. Zololmaran says:
    So to you up-and-coming percussionists, come and play the real music, no whole heap a throw word or anything like that. Go in the studio and record with musicians so you can understand everyone’s spirit,” Bongo Herman said. As it relates to his legacy, Bongo Herman made a simple but profound point.
  8. Faugrel says:
    Love Comes and Goes Version [Version] - the Abyssinians, Bongo Herman 4. Ghetto on Fire - Jacob Miller 5. Mother Country 6. Mother Country [Dub Side] 7. School Tonight - Desi Roots 8. Way - Augustus Pablo I've bought a number of cd releases from Pressure Sounds over the years. I've generally found that when they are good they are really /5(5).
  9. Tygoramar says:
    Musicians such as Aston Barrett (yet another Marley connection), Dean Fraser, Dwight Pickney, Bongo Herman, Flabba and even Augustus Pablo comprise the players of instruments on Reasoning, also checking in on the backing vocals are none other than reggae 4/5(1).

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