Triston Palmer, U-Brown - You're Too Young / Kick Up download album
- Album: You're Too Young / Kick Up
- FLAC: 1833 mb | MP3: 1117 mb
- Released: 1982
- Style: Dancehall
- Rating: 4.2/5
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Album · 1994 · 14 Songs. Dennis Brown, Beenie Man & Triston Palmer. 2. Ease Up. Dennis Brown & Triston Palmer.
Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. Triston Palma, U Brown – Rub A Dub Session. Label: Intense – INT005. Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM. Country: UK.
I don't wanna die too young (Too young) Too young (Too young) Too young (Too young, uh) Countin' bands, hallelujah ('Lujah) 'Lujah ('Lujah) 'Lujah, yuh ('Lujah, uh) I don't wanna die too young (Too young) Too young (Too young) Too young, uh (Too young, uh-uh) I've been grindin' way too long (Too. long) Too long (Too long) Too long, uh (Yeah, ayy)
The Kick Inside was released when Bush was 19, with some songs written when she was as young as 13. EMI originally wanted the more rock-oriented track "James and the Cold Gun" to be her debut single, but Bush, who already had a reputation for asserting herself in decisions about her work, insisted that it should be "Wuthering Heights". The album was produced by Andrew Powell, assisted by Bush. While it gained high sales and spawned the hit single "Wow", it did not reach the success of The Kick Inside, reaching number six in the UK album charts Bush set up her own publishing company, Kate Bush Music, and her own management company, Novercia, to maintain control of her work.
Triston Palmer aka Triston or Tristan Palma (born 1962, Waltham Park, Kingston, Jamaica ) is a reggae singer/deejay active since the mid-1970s. Palmer was born in 1962 and grew up in the Waltham Park area of Kingston, and decided from an early age that he wanted to be a singer. He began by singing to the accompaniment of Soul Syndicate guitarist Tony Chin. His first recording was "Love Is A Message" for producer Bunny Lee when he was eight years old, which was followed by "A-Class Girl" for the Black Solidarity label, which was co-run by Palmer and Ossie Thomas.
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