Download Shirley Jones - Tenor Saw - Fever (CD, Album)
Label: Tafari - TAFCD 1846 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Reggae • Style: Dub, Dancehall


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9 thoughts on “ Shirley Jones - Tenor Saw - Fever (CD, Album)

  1. The music of my boyhood Saw He recorded one album while he was alive and it immortalised him in the pages of reggae history. Tenor saw burst onto the scene via Sugar Minnotts youth promotions label with the greatest of all dancehall songs; Ring the alarm/5(18).
  2. Fever Tenor Saw. Released Fever Tracklist. 1. Lots of Signs Lyrics. 2. Shirley Jones Lyrics (Missing Lyrics) 3. Pumpkin Belly More Tenor Saw albums.
  3. Label: Blue Mountain Records Ltd. - BM LP ,Blue Mountain (3) - BMLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Reggae • Style: Dancehall/5(16).
  4. 16 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Tenor Saw - Fever at Discogs. /5().
  5. The introduction of the Casio keyboard to Jamaica in began a shift in reggae music that would bring about the digital era. During that time, Tenor Saw made himself a star and provided a bridge between live and digital recording. With all the skill of earlier dancehall stars like Barrington Levy, Saw used the updated digital versions of familiar riddims to become a dancehall phenomenon in.
  6. Further hits followed in with "Golden Hen" (on the Uptempo label), and Minott issued Tenor Saw's debut album, Fever, that year. In common with most dancehall albums of the period, most of the rhythms were digital adaptions of older tunes from the s and s, usually produced originally by Coxsone Dodd or Duke Reid.
  7. Tenor Saw: Roll Call (I Got To Be There) Queen Majesty: George Phang: Powerhouse: Tenor Saw: Run Come Call Me: Try A Little Smile: Youth Promotion: Tenor Saw: Shirley Jones: Rougher Yet: Peter Chemist & Sugar Minott: Tenor Saw: Original Pumpkin Belly: Sleng Teng: Sugar Minott: Youth Promotion.
  8. If Tenor Saw had had only released "ring the alarm" in his entire career, he surely would be one of the all time greatest jamaican artists. But no: he also released this album, among other singles. Talking about "Fever", it`s a very decent album: the title-track resembles Ring .

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