The Heptones - Night Food FLAC album
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Night Food (LP, Album). Island Records, Island Records. 27046 XOT, 27 046 XOT. Netherlands. Night Food (LP, Album). Night Food (CD, Album). Caroline International, Hostess Entertainment Unlimited. CAROLR18LP, 00600753603260, CAROLR019LP. Night Food (LP, Album, RE, Gat + LP, Comp).
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Following a three-year hiatus that found frontman Leroy Sibbles relocating to Canada, the Heptones reunited in 1976 to make perhaps their most effective bid for broader acceptance. That year, the trio was fortunate enough to hook up with Island, which in the wake of Bob Marley's success was signing a number of reggae acts with an eye toward an international market. The partnership resulted in two strong sets: Party Time and Night Food
Night Food Tracklist. 1. Country Boy Lyrics. Ask us a question about this album. Top Night Food scholars. Producers Danny Holloway. Writers Barry Llewelyn & Harry Johnson. More The Heptones albums. Show all albums by The Heptones.
I've Got the Handle, 02:58. Sweet Talkin', 02:36. Love Won't Come Easy, 02:55. Baby I Need Your Lovin', 03:38.
Night Food," released in the mid 70's is one of the final Heptones lps featuring original lead singer Leroy Sibbles- internal conflicts were at an all time high by then and Sibbles would leave the band not long thereafter to pursue a solo career. The band's heyday of Studio One was behind them, as they left there in 1971 following a major fallout between Duke Reid and Sibbles. Night Food," though filled with decent songs, was a letdown after the triumph achieved with Perry. Sibbles produced the album and wrote most of its material, but the results, while good, were somewhat flat. I personally like this album, and I think most Heptones fans will, too, but for the casual listener, you would be better off finding a good "best of" collection and bask in the glory that the Heptones were in their prime. 8 people found this helpful.