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  1. Shakahn says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wailing Souls - Lay It On The Line at Discogs. Complete your Wailing Souls collection.4/5(20).
  2. Zulusar says:
    This album by Wailing Souls was released in it consists of 8 tracks. Album duration is 34m 5s. Available format and bitrate: MP3/kbps. Price $
  3. Grolkis says:
    Lay It on the Line, an Album by Wailing Souls. Released in on Live & Learn (catalog no. LL LP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Roots Reggae.
  4. Groramar says:
    Wailing Souls Lay It On The Line Live And Learn. Lay It On The Line; We Won't Succumb; Them A Fret; No Big Thing; Informer; Bum Rap; Good Over Evil; If I Love You Too Much. LP £; Wailing Souls Firehouse Rock. LP £ Wailing Souls Most Wanted () CD £ Wailing Souls.
  5. Nir says:
    Wailing Souls - Face the Devil - DVD for $ from matubagreorifardiorenaneharca.xyzinfo Reggae - Order by Phone Price: $
  6. Mikajin says:
    May 22,  · The Wailing Souls have a lot in common with Bob Marley. First they are from the infamous ghetto Trenchtown. Second their lead singer Winston "Pipes" Matthews was too a pupil of Joe Higgs. Lastely, they produced some of the most heartfelt reggae of the 70's. This best of collection covers the Wailing Souls work from the 70's throught the mid 80's/5(10).
  7. Mazugal says:
    WAILING SOULS Vinyl Records and CDs: Working in the classic Channel One Studio, the Wailing Souls managed to up the ante for vocal reggae bands by adding a fourth member to their harmony singing in the '70s. Their early hits featured crystal clear melodies riding over a tight foundation laid down by luminaries such as Sly and Robbie. The band.
  8. Voodoohn says:
    Lay It On The Line Written-By – Winston Matthews* 2: We Won't Succumb Written-By – Winston Matthews* 3: Them A Fret Written-By – Winston Matthews* 4 "Bum Rap" Written-By – Lloyd McDonald*, Winston Matthews* 5: Informer Written-By – Winston Matthews* 6: Good Over Evil Written-By – Winston Matthews* 7: No Big Thing4/5(2).
  9. Masar says:
    The Wailing Souls then moved to Bob Marley's Tuff Gong label in the early s and became known as Pipe and The Pipes to avoid confusion with The Wailers. In , Haye once again took over from Downes and Davis and the group worked with producer 'Jo Jo' Hookim on the Channel One label, before starting their own Massive label in

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