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Ivan Harry - Obeah Man Album

Ivan Harry - Obeah Man Album
Performer: Ivan Harry
Title: Obeah Man
Country: US
Genre: Reggae
Style:Calypso
Label: Weldon's Records
MP3 album szie: 1569 mb
FLAC album size: 1992 mb

Tracklist

1Obeah Man
2Disco Mix

Short intro

Obeah Man - Harry Belafonte. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Obeah Man. Album: Obeah. is the fourth studio album by Harry Nilsson, released August 1969 on RCA. It was his first album to get onto Billboard Magazine's Billboard 200 chart, remaining there for 15 weeks and reaching 120. Harry features jazz saxophonist Tom Scott, pianist Mike Melvoin, flutist Jim Horn, session drummer Jim Gordon, Larry Knechtel on bass, and David Cohen and Howard Roberts on guitars. come back Bring your obeah sack Yeah, yeah, yeah Fire, fire, fire, fire yeah Obeah man, come back Obeah man, come back Obeah man, come back Bring your obeah sack The spirits hide and sing They made Exuma king Ah, yeah, yeah, they made Exuma king Exumas mouth is sweet He got two better feet Obeah man, come back Obeah man, come. back Obeah man, come back Bring your obeah sack Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, hey Fire, fire, fire, fire Obeah man, come back Obeah man, come back Obeah man, come back Bring your obeah sack Obeah man, come back Obeah man, come back Obeah man, come back Bring your obeah sack. Obeah Man - 1966 Demo. Captain Beefheart. OH SEES REHEARSAL FOR NEXT ALBUM - Продолжительность: 56:10 CASTLEFACE RECORDS Recommended for Obeah Man B Disco Mix. Genre: Reggae Album: Obeah Man Country: US Style: Calypso MP3 version RAR size: 1118 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1507 mb WMA version RAR size: 1540 mb Rating: 4. 8 Votes: 895 Other Formats: TTA AUD WMA MIDI AA MP2 XM. Related Music albums to Obeah Man by Ivan Harry. Exuma, The Obeah Man - EXUMa. Obeah ManSeeking. 7 inch Vinyl Disc - Jazz45 JAZZ 45007. Obeah sometimes spelled Obi, Obeya, or Obia is a system of spiritual healing and justice-making practices developed among enslaved West Africans in the West Indies. Obeah is difficult to define, as it is not a single, unified set of practices the word Obeah was historically not often used to describe one's own practices. Diana Paton has contended that what constitutes Obeah in Jamaica has been constructed by white society, particularly law enforcement. Accordingly, different Afro-Caribbean