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Dennis Brown - Should I album
Performer: Dennis Brown
Title: Should I
Released: 1979
Country: Italy
Style: Reggae
Genre: Reggae
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 380
MP3 size: 1676 mb
FLAC size: 1123 mb


A Should I
B Cassandra

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – WEA Records Ltd.


  • Arranged By – Errol Thompson, Joe Gibbs
  • Artwork By – Graham Collins
  • Photography – Dick Barton
  • Producer – Errol Thompson, Joe Gibbs
  • Written-By – Joe Gibbs

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K 11314 Dennis Brown Should I ‎(7", Promo) Atlantic K 11314 Italy 1979
LAS 7 (T) Dennis Brown Should I ‎(12", Single) Laser LAS 7 (T) UK 1979

Should I. Dennis Brown. Album Words of Wisdom. Should I have faith in you? Should I put my trust in you? And should you let me down? Should I flirt around? Why should I think this way? Thinking that you're going away There ain't no way we'll stay Together anymore

Dennis Brown - Should I. Should I have faith in you? Should I put my trust in you? And should you let me down? Should I flirt around. Why should I think this way? Thinking that you're going away. There ain't no way, we'll stay, Together anymore. Am I to go on now? Living this way. Acting like a child, so young and gay. You don't know, what it means to be loved.

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Should I. This song is by Dennis Brown and appears on the album Words Of Wisdom (1979) and on the album Live In Montego Bay (1992). Why should I think this way?Thinking that you're going awayThere ain't no way, we'll stayTogether anymore. Am I to go on now? Living this wayActing like a child, so young and gayYou don't know, what it means to be lovedYou don't know how it feels, to be hugged, oh no!

Dennis Brown - Should I Songtext. Sinatra Frank Best Of Frank Sinatra 3 Why Should I Cry Over You Writers: Miller/Conn. I don't know why I should - cry over you Sigh over you - even be blue I should have known - that you'd leave me alone And break - my heart in two. Although you have left me - alone to pine And all of my love was - a (big fat) waste of time. Someday your heart will be - broken like mine So why should I cry over you. (You broke my heart - you took it apart) (So pack up your baggage and beat it). (- Why should I cry over you). Teile diesen Songtext.

Born Dennis Emmanuel Brown in Kingston, Jamaica, in 1957, his childhood home virtually destined him to a future in the music industry. He grew up on Orange Street, the heart of the island's music scene, with most of the major recording studios a mere stone's throw away. The flaw in this plan was that quantity took precedence over quality, and fans should choose carefully from among the clutter. However, Brown continued to release much material of note throughout the rest of the '80s, as well as continuing his chart success with a string of seminal singles. Then, in 1994, Brown recorded a full collaborative album with Beenie Man and Triston Palma: Three Against War. The singer also cut singles with a host of other hot DJs during this period, among them Bounty Killer, Tiger, and Fabiana, joining forces with Roger Robin, Peter Hunningale, and Saxon later in the decade.

Warm Earnest Earthy Gentle Intimate Organic Plaintive Poignant Romantic Summery Sweet Wistful Yearning Lively Celebratory Cheerful Sensual. Love & Hate: The Best of Dennis Brown. No single-CD compilation could even begin to scratch the surface of Dennis Brown's best recordings, least of all one with a mere 15 tracks, but in its favor, Love & Hate: The Best of Dennis Brown does provide some welcome variety. Highlighting both the singer's romantic numbers and cultural classics, and trawling through his '70s and '80s canons, this compilation attempts to sum up Brown's oeuvre in broad strokes. Eschewing his early years at Studio One, and any sense of chronology, the set kicks off with what would become a Brown standard, 1977's "Here I Come.

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