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The Uniques - Absolutely The...Uniques Album

The Uniques - Absolutely The...Uniques Album
Absolutely The...Uniques
The Uniques
Roots Reggae, Rocksteady
TRL 15
MP3 album size:
1405 mb
FLAC album size:
1269 mb
Trojan Records


1Gipsy Woman
2Speak No Evil
3You'll Lose A Precious Love
4Watch This Sound
5Standing In
6Just A Mirage
7A Yuh
8Out Of Love
9My Conversation
10Freedom Song
11Run Come
12That's The Way Love Is


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MOVLP2419The Uniques Absolutely The... Uniques ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Ora)Music On VinylMOVLP2419Europe2019
CT-015The Uniques Absolutely The...Uniques ‎(LP, Album)Clocktower RecordsCT-015USUnknown
DBCD-11The Uniques Absolutely The... Uniques ‎(CD, Album, RE)Doctor BirdDBCD-11UK2018
TRL 15The Uniques Absolutely The...Uniques ‎(LP, Album)TrampTRL 15JamaicaUnknown


Track listing on rear of cover is in different order to labels.

Title On Labels stated The Merrymen

Rough textured orange labels.


Album 1968 24 Songs. The Uniques. Reggae free to The Uniques Absolutely Standing In, Just A Mirage and more. 12 tracks . Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2020 Vinyl от Absolutely на Uniques were a Jamaican rocksteady and reggae vocal group, formed in 1966 and active with varying line-ups until the late 1970s. The Uniques originally formed as a vocal harmony trio of Roy Shirley, Slim Smith, and Franklyn White, the latter two from The Techniques releasing a few singles in 1966 including the R&B influenced Do Me Good for Ken Lack's Keith Calneck Caltone imprint. The group then disbanded, until late 1967 when Smith formed a new version of the group with Jimmy Riley and. The Uniques: все альбомы, включая Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' , Gypsy Woman, Never Let Me Go , The Aggrovators Present: The Uniques и другие. Absolutely, 1968. Now playing . The Uniques, one of the most popular and enduring vocal harmony groups of the rocksteady era, had various line-ups. After he had left The Techniques in 1966, Keith Slim Smith formed his own vocal group called The Uniques, with Derrick Morgan and Ken Boothe being the other members. However this first line-up did not last very long and former Techniques member Franklyn White and Roy Shirley joined Slim Smith to form a new version of The Uniques. They released a few singles including the R&B influenced Do Me Good for Ken Lacks Caltone imprint. Despite a promising start the group soon dis. Released: Mar 2018