Pat Kelly, Ethnic band - You Must Believe FLAC album
This song realased in 1980 with Ethnic Fight label.
You Must Believe in Spring, recorded in 1977, was the first album published after the death of Bill Evans, in 1980
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You Must Believe in Spring is an album by jazz pianist Bill Evans, recorded by Evans, bassist Eddie Gómez, and drummer Eliot Zigmund in August 1977, and released after Evans' death in September 1980. The album was Evans's last recording sessions done with Gomez on bass, who left after eleven years with Evans to pursue other musical projects. The same year, Evans also recorded the title song in duet with jazz vocalist Tony Bennett on their second album, Together Again.
Listen to music from Pat Kelly like Little Boy Blue, Somebodys Baby & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Pat Kelly. It's sometimes easy to overlook Pat Kelly in the whole rock steady scene, as he tends to fall in the shadows of Alton Ellis, Slim Smith, and the like. However, his contribution to the development of reggae and the quality of his material rank up there with any of his better-known peers.
Pat Kelly, Kingston, Jamaica. Pat Kelly is a Rocksteady, Reggae Jamaican entertainer, born 1949 in Kingston, Jamaica.
Profil: Jamaican reggae singer and producer, born in 1943, 1944 or 1949 according to different sources. Cool Breezing (Album).
Plays Pat Kelly along with similar artists like: Delroy Wilson, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Baba Brooks, Desmond Dekke. elated Artists.
Pat Kelly and Friends (1984), Chanan-Jah. One In a Million (1984), Sky Note. Ordinary Man (1987), Body Music. Cry For You No More (1988), Blue Moon. Srevol (19?), Ethnic. Are you for real (with Los Aggrotones) (2012), Interrogator Records. The Best of Pat Kelly (1983), Vista Sounds. Butterflies, Sonic Sounds. Classic Hits of Pat Kelly (1995), Rhino. Classics (199?), Super Power. Soulful Love - The Best Of (1997), Trojan (Pat Kelly & Friends).
Born in 1949 in Kingston, Jamaica, Pat Kelly was one of the island's leading purveyors of the rocksteady genre. The Curtis Mayfield sound-alike took Slim Smith's place alongside Bruce Ruffin & Winston Riley in the Techniques around 1966. The group recorded some fine covers of soul music especially . .Kelly bounced around from studio to studio recording some tracks for Bunny Lee and some for Lee Perry. All of his recordings did well in Jamaica, the surrounding islands, and the United Kingdom, especially "How Long Will It Take. resulted in a deal with Pama Records and the LP, Pat Kelly Sings. Back in Jamaica he continued recording and released the Cool Breezing (Soulful Love) album, a collaboration with Phil Pratt. Kelly stayed viable until 1978.
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