Max Romeo - Fish In The Pot FLAC album
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MAX ROMEO - FISH IN A PO. mv. Max Romeo "Melting Pot" Unity 544 A (1970). Max Romeo I Dont Want To Lose Your Love - Pama. Max Romeo - Feel It. Extract Chords.
Max Romeo (born Maxwell Livingston Smith, 22 November 1944) is a Jamaican reggae and roots reggae recording artist who has achieved chart success in his home country and in the United Kingdom. Romeo had several hits with the vocal group the Emotions. His song "Wet Dream" (1968) included overtly sexual lyrics and launched a new style of reggae.
Fish Pot u have to better than this I purchase 2 food and 2 soup. de curry shimp taste good but trust me its about 6 baby shrimp in there and 3/4 of the plate with rice. The shrimp pasta has too much. sauce and very cloying of course 2 or 3 tiny shimp on top. the shrimps soup was good but the fish soup full of bones - be careful. I went to your Liguanea location tonight and got the worst customer service.
Had a UK hit in 1969 with 'Wet Dream' and worked extensively with producers Bunny Lee in the late '60s, Winston 'Niney' Holness early '70s and Lee Perry mid '70s. Also recorded for Bullwackie in the 1980s.
In 1965 he joined up with Kenneth Knight and Lloyd Shakespeare in The Emotions, whilst also working as a record plugger for Ken Lack's Caltone label. The group were unsuccessful in auditions for other producers, but Lack offered them an audition after overhearing Smith singing to himself as he worked one day. In 1966, the group had their first hit
Romeo was born Max Smith on November 22, 1947, in St D'Acre, Jamaica. His prospects initially seemed dim; at 14 he left home and found a menial job cleaning out irrigation ditches on a sugar plantation. And there he might have stayed, if he hadn't won a local talent contest. Romeo released one final political song later in the year, after the PNP romped to an overwhelming victory. Manley took the song to heart and proceeded to institute a series of major social programs and land reform. In fact, his best album of the decade was 1984's Max Romeo Meets Owen Gray at King Tubby's Studio, a split album of Bunny Lee productions dating back to a decade earlier. And then the artist simply faded from view.
1. One Step Forward (single version) Lyrics. Max Romeo Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963.
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