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Gregory Isaacs

One of Jamaica's most beloved vocalists who was as pertinent in dancehalls as he was in bedrooms, Gregory Isaacs' career stretched over 30 years. From the heady days of reggae through lovers rock, a genre he virtually invented, his talent reached into the modern age. Born in the Fletcher's Land area of Kingston, Jamaica, on July 15, 1951, Isaacs arrived in the music business via the talent show circuit, a tried and true formula for many of the island's budding singing stars. Byron Lee was the first in the industry to spot his talent and brought him and Winston Sinclair into the studio to record the duet "Another Heartbreak" in 1968. Sadly, it went nowhere, and Isaacs decided to try his fortunes with a new vocal trio, the Concords. They set up home at Rupie Edwards' Success label, and over the next couple of years released a number of singles, including one with Prince Buster, but none caught the attention of the Jamaican public.

In 1970, the Concords folded and Isaacs struggled on alone. His initial self-productions were similarly unsuccessful, while further cuts with Edwards did no better. Regardless of this poor track record, in 1973 Isaacs set up his own record store and label, African Museum, in partnership with Errol Dunkley, a young singer with a string of hits to his own name. Apparently some of Dunkley's own magic wore off and one of the label's first releases, Isaacs' own self-produced "My Only Lover," was an immediate hit and the floodgates opened wide. Besides African Museum's offerings, Isaacs helped keep the label solvent by recording with virtually every producer on the island for a stream of hits that showed no sign of abating.

Between 1973 and 1976 alone, the singer released more material than most artists do in a lifetime, virtually all of it timeless classics. Isaacs' early albums inevitably gathered up strings of these hits, while usually also including a few new songs. Released in 1975, In Person, for example, features a heavy-hitting collection of successes for producer Alvin Ranglin and was followed up in 1977 by Best Of, Vol. 1 and Best Of, Vol. 2 in 1981. (The Heartbeat label would bundle up this material across three CDs for the U.S. market: My Number One, Love Is Overdue, and The Best Of, Vols. 1-2). Similarly, 1976's All I Have Is Love includes a hit-filled package of Sydney Crooks productions. Extra Classic, co-produced by Isaacs, Pete Weston, and Lee Perry, is also stuffed with chartbusters and showcases the singer's deepest roots material. The latter album appeared on African Museum, cut with a diverse range of producers, across three volumes titled Over the Years.

In 1977, the U.K. was treated to an equally dread experience via Mr. Isaacs, released on Dennis Brown's DEB label. (Turnabout is fair play and Brown had released several classic albums of his own on African Museum.) By this time, the two polar sides of Isaacs were apparent: the roots singer, whose emotive sufferer's songs and cultural numbers were filled with fire, and the crooning lover, whose passionate declarations of devotion quivered with emotion. Eventually, the vocalist's ties to the lovers rock scene saw his reputation as the Cool Ruler overshadow the equally impassioned roots performer, but his work in the latter half of the '70s shows his heart was true to both. Isaacs was quick to take advantage of the rise of the DJs; producer Ranglin paired him with a string of cutting-edge toasters for another flood of hits, beginning in 1978. It was at this time that he first hooked up with DJ Trinity, a partnership maintained into the next decade across a stream of seminal singles.

By now, Isaacs was too big a talent to ignore, and in 1978 he signed with Virgin's Frontline label. That same year, the singer had a featured role in the classic Rockers movie. Inexplicably, however, as Isaacs was poised on the brink of international success, he failed to set the rest of the world alight. His debut Frontline album, the excellent Cool Ruler, barely ruffled a feather outside Jamaica. It did, however, provide most of the material for Slum: Gregory Isaacs in Dub, which boasted fat rhythms by the Revolutionaries, keyboardist Ansel Collins with Prince Jammy, and Isaacs himself behind the mixing board. Cool Ruler's follow-up, 1979's Soon Forward, was filled with hits that would soon become classics, but also did not make the slightest dent on the world beyond Jamaica. The latter's title track was produced by Sly & Robbie and gave the pair's new Taxi label its first hit. Isaacs cut several more great singles with the team, which were brought together for 1980's Showcase album. Even with Frontline out of the picture, Isaacs continued going from strength to strength. Inking a U.K. deal with the Pre label and with his fortunes secure in Jamaica, the artist continued turning out hit after hit. His Pre debut, The Lonely Lover, and its follow-up, 1981's More Gregory, both boast the Roots Radics and a host of Jamaican hits that range from lovers rock to deep roots and on to the emerging dancehall sound. No wonder the singer was a hands-down success at the first Reggae Sunsplash. It was at this point that Island stepped up to the plate and signed the singer to their Mango imprint.

Virgin label head Richard Branson must have cursed his own stupidity, as Isaacs immediately repaid his new label's faith with his biggest hit of all, "Night Nurse." The song titled his Mango debut, another masterpiece, and again featured the steaming Roots Radics. Amazingly, as the song spread around the world, the singer sat whiling his time away in a Jamaican jail as the result of a drug arrest. He was released later in 1982 and immediately entered the studio to record Out Deh with producers Errol Brown and Flabba Holt. Once again able to take the stage, Isaacs played a series of awe-inspiring shows over the next year, captured on both 1983's Live at Reggae Sunsplash and the following year's Live at the Academy Brixton albums. Behind the scenes, Isaacs joined the shadowy conspiracy of vocalists determined to return vocalists to their rightful place in the market by flooding the shops with music. An all-star cast of veteran singers joined the plot, including Dennis Brown, John Holt, Delroy Wilson, and many more, but none would reach the prolificacy of the determined Isaacs.

It's been estimated that the singer released up to 500 albums (including compilations) in Jamaica, the U.K., and the U.S. combined. The singer recorded with anyone and everyone and was just as quick to revise his old songs as create fresh ones. Although none of these are entirely disposable, inevitably the quality of Isaacs full-length work began to decline in the mid-'80s. The Ted Dawson-produced Easy and All I Have Is Love, Love, Love, for example, certainly have their charms, but are hardly crucial. But that didn't mean the hits had dried up. Those 500 records are albums only, not singles, and the shops (and charts) continued to overflow with Isaacs' 45s. And the rise of ragga just added hot new producers to the singer's packed recording diary.

In 1984, producer Prince Jammy, equally intrigued with the changing sounds of dancehall, brought Isaacs into the studio for the superb Let's Go Dancing, while also pairing the singer with Dennis Brown for Two Bad Superstars Meet. The latter proved so popular that a second set, Judge Not, appeared the next year. The two singers dueted again on a track on Isaacs' 1995 solo album, Private Beach Party, which also boasted an exquisite "Feeling Irie," which paired him with Carlene Davis. The album was produced by Gussie Clarke, a man with the determined goal of creating an international crossover sound via his own one-stop operation à la Motown. He hadn't quite succeeded yet, but Private Beach Party helped lay the groundwork.

In 1987 Isaacs collaborated with the equally sweet-singing DJ Sugar Minott for the Double Dose album. Isaacs swiftly found himself a dancehall hero. It was during this period that Isaacs also recorded an album for King Tubby. Warning boasts the magnificent rhythms of the Firehouse Crew, and a dark atmosphere of foreboding slinks through the entire set. It was not released at the time and only came to light after the great man's murder in 1989. By then, Isaacs had already stormed the world, digital or otherwise, with the 1988 Gussie Clarke-produced "Rumours" (whose rhythm would launch scores of further version hits, including J.C. Lodge's "Telephone Love," an even bigger smash). The masterful Red Rose for Gregory boasts a clutch of hits beside equally sublime non-45 tracks, all cut for Clarke. The pair's follow-up, 1989's I.O.U., is arguably an even stronger album. That same year, Clarke reunited Isaacs and Brown for the No Contest album. Isaacs continued to cut seminal singles with Clarke, while also recording with a host of other producers. In 1990, the singer joined forces with Niney Holness for the excellent On the Dance Floor album. The next year saw Fatis at the controls for Call Me Collect, which boasts Sly & Robbie and Clevie, while Bobby Digital adds his unique production sound to 1991's Set Me Free. And having inked a deal with RAS in the U.S., that label's head, Doctor Dread, oversaw 1992's memorable Pardon Me. Philip Burrell was in the producer's chair for 1994's Midnight Confidential album.

But there was a slew of lesser titles as well; while Isaacs seemed able to always hit the mark with singles, albums required more effort than he was often willing, or able, to give. No Intention and Boom Shot, both from 1991, are workaday records, with the singer on autopilot. Past & Future sounds promising and features such illustrious guests as Sly & Robbie, J.C. Lodge, Winston Riley, and Boris Gardiner on material both new and old, but it's obvious that no one's heart is really in it, Isaacs' least of all. The patchy Rudie Boo (released by Heartbeat in the U.S. as My Poor Heart) suffers from a similar lack of interest on the singer's part. At least 1993's Unlocked featured a stronger set of songs, but much of Isaacs' releases throughout the '90s were hit-and-miss affairs. Midnight Confidential, for example, is totally disposable, except for the magnificent "Not Because I Smile." Most of the albums frequently revisit older hits, which even at their worst tend to stand out from the newer fare.

Younger or less experienced producers were in particular danger, and as the years progressed it was only the toughest and most innovative producers who could coax the best from the singer. Alvin Ranglin, for example, wrung an exquisite set of emotionally riven songs from Isaacs for 1995's Dreaming. Mafia & Fluxy's fat, dubby rhythms inspired one of the singer's best performances in ages for Hold Tight two years later. The wisest course in negotiating one's way through the minefield of latter-day Isaacs is to look at the production credits. If you like the slick production that's the trademark of Bunny Gemini, chances are you'll appreciate 1996's Mr. Cool. Junior Reid likes diversity, and thus, Not a One Man Thing has that in spades, from the slacker-themed "Big Up Chest" to a remodeled "Don't Dis the Dance Hall." Steely & Clevie laid down the rhythms for 1998's Hard Core Hits; if you're not a fan of their digitized dancehall mayhem, choose another album. King Jammy is let loose on 1999's Turn Down the Lights, and while not up to the standards of Let's Go Dancing, it's still an enjoyable ride. Joe Gibbs, Errol Thompson, and Sydney Crooks lent their expertise to So Much Love, another one of Isaacs better later offerings.

The singer began the new millennium with aplomb on Father and Son, which, true to the title, features Isaacs and his son Kevin. The duets are gorgeous, while the younger Isaacs is given plenty of room to prove that his talent is equal to his dad's. The next year, I Found Love marked the second time the two worked together. In between times, the singer continued to impress audiences live, and his recorded output continued sporadically during the remainder of the decade. However, by 2007 he had reportedly lost his teeth due to crack cocaine addiction, and he was later diagnosed with lung cancer, which spread and ultimately took his life. Gregory Isaacs died at his home in London on October 25, 2010 at the age of 59. ~ Jo-Ann Greene
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Brand New Me

1. Love Turns Catastrophe

2. Fools Fall In Love

3. Over And Over Again

4. Send Me Back My Heart

5. Idren Gone A Jail

6. No Trust

7. Don't Come Running

8. Mix Up

9. Point Of View

10. Six Months

11. Protect Me

12. Betrayers Downfall

13. Penetentury

14. Loneliness

15. Diplomatic Fools

16. Memories

17. Same Old Me

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Track List: The Winner: The Roots Of Gregory Isaacs

1. Another Heartbreak

2. Don't Let Me Suffer

3. Buttoo

4. Too Late

5. Grow Closer Together

6. Set Back

7. While There Is Life

8. Be Careful

9. Another Heartache

10. Happiness Come

11. No Forgiveness

12. Lonely Days

13. Something Nice

14. Dance With Me

15. Don't Believe In Him

16. Village Of The Underprivileged

17. Sinner Man

18. Give A Hand

19. Help Us Get Over

20. Beautiful Africa

21. Smile

22. Storm

23. The Winner

24. Motherless Child

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Track List: Life's Lonely Road

2. Lonely Teardrops

3. Willow Tree

4. No Speech, No Language

5. Tumbling Tears

6. Philistines

8. A Riot

9. Jailer

10. Village Of The Under Privileged

11. Cool You

12. Financial Endorsement

13. If You're In Love

14. Far Beyond The Valley

15. The Way She Walks

16. Border

17. My Number One

18. Mr. Cop

19. Black Against Black

20. Slave Master

21. One Man Against The World

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Track List: Masterclass

1. Secret Love Affair

2. I Don't Wanna See You Cry

3. So Long Baby

4. Lonely Street

5. Caught You In A Lie

6. My Baby

7. Still Lingering On

8. Stay At Home

9. Fifteen Minutes Ago

10. Hungry For Your Love

11. Wanted List

12. False Evidence

13. One More Chance

14. Time After Time

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Track List: The Sensational Extra Classics

1. Mr. Cop

2. Lonely Man

3. Rasta Business

4. Black & White

5. Black Against Black

6. Too Late (Girl)

7. Extra Classic

8. Far Beyond The Valley

9. My Religion

10. Each Day

11. Promise

12. Don't Let Me Suffer

13. Dread Lock Love Affair

14. Mr. Know It All

15. Loving Pauper

16. The Sun Shines For Me

17. Something Nice

18. Be Yourself

19. Warriors

20. My Time

21. Jailor, Jailor

22. Love Light

23. Once Ago

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Track List: Open The Door

1. Forgive Her

2. Margaret

3. She's Gone

4. Have I Sinned

5. If By Chance

6. False Evidence

7. Neve Knew Love

8. Open The Door

9. Promise Me

10. Down The Line

11. Josephine

12. Sametime

13. Sametime Dub

14. Josephine In Dub

15. Dub The Line

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Track List: I Found Love

1. I Found Love

2. A Bit Too Shy

3. Why Did You Leave

4. Time Get Crucial

5. So Long

6. Teacher Inna Dis

7. Heartache Avenue

8. Miss Cutie

9. Make Flex

10. Lordie Miss Claudie

11. Notebook Pages

12. Continent Woman

13. Private Lessons

14. Don't Go

15. Botha Gone To Belgium

16. Slappa Dappa

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Track List: The Ultimate Collection

1. Top Ten

2. Tune In

3. My Number One

4. Love Is Overdue

5. Black A Kill Black

6. The Border

7. Thief A Man

8. Slavemaster

9. Mr. Cop

10. Storm

11. Oh What A Feeling

12. Night Nurse

13. Confirm Reservation

14. Front Door

15. Sad To Know (You're Leaving)

16. Good Morning

17. Out Deh

18. Private Secretary

19. Rumours

20. Rough Neck

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Track List: Private & Confidential

1. It Ain't Easy

2. Remand Center

3. Will You Be Mine

4. Lead You To The Land

5. Where She's Gone

6. If You Should Lose Me

7. Johnny Girl Friend

8. I Had A Feeling

9. War

10. Just Like A River

11. Private & Confidential

12. Tears Come Rolling Down

13. Crazy Over You

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Track List: Dapper Slapper

1. Inna The Dance

2. Food Clothes And Shelter

3. Struggling

4. Dapper Slapper

5. Joy Is The One For Me

6. What's My Baby Doing?

7. For Your Love

8. I Owe You Some Apology

9. Faithfully

10. Hold On Tight

11. Nah Leave Me Woman

12. The Rain Falls For Me

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Track List: One Man Against The World - Best Of

1. Private Secretary

2. Front Door

3. Soon Forward

4. Mr. Brown

5. Tumblin' Tears

6. Tune In

7. My Number 1

8. Night Nurse

9. One Man Against The World

10. Border

11. Rumours

12. Hard Drugs

13. Love Is Overdue

14. Storm

15. Top Ten

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Track List: Not A One Man Thing

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Track List: Mek Me Prosper

1. Mek Me Prosper

2. Don't Take Your Love

3. Twelve Tribe Dance

4. Let's Talk

5. One Good Turn

6. Not Because

7. Non Stop Loving

8. I Could Not Believe

9. Hello Stranger

10. Good Bye Love

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Track List: Feature Attraction

1. Give A Little Love

2. Sweet Lady

3. I Do Love You

4. Sing A Lullabye

5. The Tables Gonna Turn My Way

6. No Have No Money

7. Feature Attraction

8. Who's Gonna Pay

9. You Won't Regret It

10. My Love Alone

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Track List: Past & Future

2. Johnny Gone

3. Pass The Test

4. I Miss You

5. Private Lesson

6. You Are The One For Me

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Track List: Love Is Overdue

Disc 1

1. Love Is Overdue

2. Far Beyond The Valley

3. Sweeter The Victory

4. Financial Endorsement

6. Be Careful

7. (The) Philistines

8. Lonely Days

9. Happiness Come

10. The Way She Walks

11. Another Heartache

12. No Forgiveness

13. Love Disguise

14. Don't Go

15. Lonely Teardrops

16. Once Ago

17. Cool You

18. I Am Struggling

19. Each Day

20. If You're In Love

Disc 2

1. My Number One

2. Look Before You Leap

3. Want To Go

4. Special Guest

5. Tumbling Tears

7. Everything Is Going Alright

8. The Border

10. Breaking Up

11. No Speech, No Language

12. Something Nice

13. A Riot

14. Jailer

15. Happiness

17. Payroll

18. If You're Feeling Hot, I Will Cool You

19. Can I Change My Mind?

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Track List: No Intention

1. No Intention

2. Lonlieness

3. Opel Ride

4. More More More

5. I Fell In Love

6. You Keep Me Waiting

7. Only Yesterday

8. Extra Ordinary Lover

9. Would You Give It All Up

10. Looking For A Love

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Track List: Once Ago

1. Tribute To Waddy

2. Gimme

3. Poor And Clean

4. Poor Natty

5. I Am Sorry

6. A Few Words

7. Protection

8. Hard Times

9. Hush Darling

10. Confirm Reservation

11. Front Door

12. Permanent Lover

13. My Only Lover

14. If I Don't Have You

15. Substitute

16. Poor Millionaire

17. The Fugitive

18. Once Ago

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Track List: Dancing Floor

1. Dancing Floor

2. Dealing

3. Crown And Anchor

4. Shower Me With Love

5. Give It All Up

6. Opel Ride

7. Private Lesson

8. Chips Is Down

9. Nobody Knows

10. Rock Me

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Track List: I.O.U.

1. Report To Me

2. What's The Matter

3. Too Good To Be True

4. Fall For You Again

5. I.O.U.

6. Can't Make A Slip

7. Hard Road To Travel

8. Express Love

9. Fatal Attraction

10. Break The Ice

11. Easy Life

12. Big All Around

13. Jealousy

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Track List: Red Rose For Gregory

1. Red Rose For Gregory

2. Teacher's Plight (12" Promo Mix)

3. Break The Date

4. Rumours (12" Hit Mix)

5. Slow Down

6. All I Need Is You

7. Rough Neck (12" Street Mix)

8. Initimate Potential

9. Me No In A Dat

10. Closer Than A Brother

11. Mind Yu Dis (12" Manners Mix)

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Track List: Victim

1. Victim

2. Surrender Your Love

3. Rosie

4. Mr. Music Man

5. Special Someone

6. Loving You Ain't Easy

7. Howdy Do

8. Welcome To My Room

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Track List: Easy

1. Tenement Yard

2. Don't Say No

3. Easy

4. Cheer Up

5. Www.Love.Com

6. Tear Drops

7. Crack Head

8. I'll Be On My Way

9. Rat Patrol

10. Hop Off A Me Fenda

11. Love Is Overdue

12. Won't Give You Up

13. A, Miner (Am)

14. Continent Woman

15. Someone Gonna Take

16. Cool Ruler Come Again

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Track List: Out Deh!

1. Good Morning

2. Private Secretary

3. Yes I Do

4. Sheila

5. Out Deh

6. Star

7. Dieting

8. Love Me With Feeling

9. Cream Of The Crop

10. Love Me With Feeling (In A Rubadub Style)

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Track List: Night Nurse

1. Night Nurse

2. Stranger In Town

3. Objection Overruled

4. Hot Stepper

5. Cool Down The Pace

6. Material Man

7. Not The Way

8. Sad To Know (You're Leaving)

9. Cool Down The Dub

10. Night Nurse Dub 2

11. Cool Down The Pace (10 Inch Mix)

12. Unhappy Departure Dub

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Track List: Mr Isaacs

1. Sacrifice

2. Storm

3. Story Book Children

4. Handcuff

5. Slavemaster

6. Take A Dip

7. Get Ready

8. Set The Captives Free

9. The Winner

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Track List: More Gregory

1. Confirm Reservation

2. Front Door

3. Permanent Lover

4. Hush Darling

5. My Only Lover

6. If I Don't Have You

7. Substitute

8. Poor Millionaire

9. The Fugitive

10. Once Ago

11. Oh What A Feeling

12. Wailing Rudie

13. Top Ten

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Track List: Soon Forward

1. Universal Tribulation

2. Mr. Brown

3. Down The Line

4. Lonely Girl

5. Bumping And Boring

6. My Relationship

7. Slave Market

8. Black Liberation Struggle

9. Jah Music

10. Soon Forward

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Track List: The Best of Gregory Isaacs Volume 1

1. Special Guest

2. Willow Tree

3. Breaking Up

4. Double Attack

5. My Number One

6. No Speech

7. Tear Drops

8. Cool You

9. Freedom

10. Look Before You Leap

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Track List: Come Along

1. Take A Look

2. You're Like An Angel

3. Do Your Own Thing

4. Kinky Lady

5. Sip Of Wine

6. Curfew

7. First Class Lover

8. Give Love A Try

9. You Can Have The Bits (Aka Bits And Pieces)

10. No Good Girl

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Track List: Cool Ruler

1. Native Woman

2. John Public

3. Party In The Slum

4. Uncle Joe

5. Word Of The Farmer

6. One More Time

7. Let's Dance

8. Don't Pity Me

9. Created By The Father

10. Raving Tonight

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Track List: Gregory Isaacs: Special Edition

1. Link Me On The Internet

2. Faithfully

3. Forward (Feat. Suga Roy)

4. Murderers (Feat. Determine)

5. Tune In (Feat. Louie Culture)

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Track List: Hold Tight

1. Miss Cutie Cutie

2. Wah Dee

3. Hold Tight

5. Tan So Back

7. Kill Them With Music

9. Come Make Love To Me

11. Don't Go

12. Motherless Children

13. I Miss You

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Track List: Pardon Me

1. Kill Them With Music

2. Pardon Me

3. Pride and Dignity

4. Open Up Your Heart

5. House of the Rising Sun

6. Judge and Jury

7. Mister Cop

8. Christmas Behind the Bars

9. Touch & Go

10. Your Heart Has Been Broken

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Track List: The Lonely Lover

1. Happy Anniversary

2. Gi Me

3. Tribute To Wa De

4. Poor And Clean

5. Poor Natty

6. I Am Sorry

7. A Few Words

8. Protection

9. Hard Time

10. Tune In

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Track List: Warning

1. Long Sentence

2. Greedy Girl

3. Warning

4. I Do

5. Welcome Home

6. Let Me Be The One

7. Rudi

8. Once A Man

9. This Little Lady

10. Badness

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I have been playing gregory Isaacs since 9 years old now 41yrs i feel like the music he played is in my blood. All i play is gregory Isaacs. I will never ever stop listening to his music love gregory may his soul RIP gregory is all i ask for in my life to give me the night nurse that will keep me accompany because i will never cross the border of slave market. But will send red rose to my woman because my woman will always give me one more chance and i and i is listed in her top ten chart.ike fr
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I was listening to the SONG CALLED PRINCE BUSTER GOT SO EXCITED I FLICKED IT OFF AND CANNOT FIND IT AGAIN. I THINK THR ARTIST. IS GREGORY ISACHS HOW CAN I FIND OT AGSIM
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You have made a great difference with your great reggae music .. Thanks a million , reggae ambassador .. Rip my brother ..
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wee54
night nurse
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Legend is legend live for ever godbless ur muzik is golden
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Top on my list , Una Mexicana In love with u mr. Gregory. RIP sweet love . u never get old in my world.....☆☆
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Rest In Peace Mr. Cool Ruler....som e of the best reggae love songs ever put out!
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One of the best
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Not my type of song. I really didn't like it. BUT, Bob Marley jammin, and Could You be loved are two of the greatest reggae hits ever!
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dlatitude227 5
Wish I was old enough to appreciate this stuff in the 60s &70 so much soul to the core . Find this rocksteady station one of my faVorites Such a great island feel. Thanks Pandora . So powerful just makes you want to move. Other likes Pepper, Iration,Stic k f i g u r e , Incubus,Slig h t l y s t o o p i d . Still exploring for real S at 56
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Respect‼️
Good music ��
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❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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so damn good
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THIS ONE FOR YOU CORDEL KING. R.I.P
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Respect✌��️
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Cool fown the pace! !!! :)
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Say iphone 5 times pick a color post under two artists look under your pillow
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Love n respect its all I got to say today
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Add Gregory Isaacs, Barrington Levy to heavy rotation on this station!
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Gregory at his finest.
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Gregory Isaacs is the best artist of reggae that the women had ever desire to be their Lover, and the Master of Love-making which pleases the ladies, therefore is my HERO and role-model of romance, so I follow his lead and instructions of how to treat a Lady like his song, "Not The Way" and his music is best for hours of love-making, while keeping women in the mood and pacing your moves to push pleasure to the maximum level of excitement.
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King of soul
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my monkee just died
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Rockers first introduced me to Mr Gregory Isaacs he never disappointed - Wish I had seen his live performances !
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GOOD Reggae music will never grow old from Gregory Isaacs, Red Roses for my baby, Good Music I love it !!!,
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Gregory Isaacs night nurse
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A Legend!! My favorite song.. It moves me into having experiences that I feel like I'm being a beneficial presence for.. That beat too.
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I love reggae
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The One and only
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Sounds from GTA V. This is a jam.
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I Love the Vibes Of Gregory Isaacs...He Knows how to sing To Us Women...Sexy Love Songs.
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Great Song
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The iPhone thing doesn't work
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iPhone iPhone iPhone iPhone iPhone yellow
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Streets of NYC playing legendary music day & night.
#CitylineVib e
#EastNewYork
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COOL Reggae Music From The COOL RULES MR Gegory lsaacs,!!!!
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These are real music that thrilled u spirit
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Big ppl music!
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Gregory I will always love your music it keeps me going,I have learned a lot from your music ,ONE Love,!!!,
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I love Gregory Isaac music, and I love him I wish he was still here. His music will live forever
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love the cool ruler and of course gangalee
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Gone too soon Gregory!!!
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I had the privilege of seeing this amazing man preform less than a year before he died. He will remain an inspirationa l sprit for as long as time continues.
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LIKE!! always.
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Yes the best
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I Like night nuse
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❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
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Love this song ����
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