Reggae Sunday with Desmond Dekker (July 16, 1941 – May 25, 2006)


On a wonderful Texan Sunday like this, all I need to be completely happy is some strong coffee, brewed from fresh French roast beans, hot toast with an overdose of almond butter and black cherry marmalade … and a round of Reggae music.


Playlist:

Where Did It Go ( First Time For A Long Time)

It Was Only A Dream  (The Writing Of The Wall)

My Precious Love (The Writing …)

Too Much Too Soon (The Writing …)

Intensified (Intensified)

You’ve Got Your Troubles (Action)

The sweetest Reggae voice that ever was!

… and because I love this live clip of Israelites, I’ll post it too.

 Reggae On!

LimeLinx

2 responses to “Reggae Sunday with Desmond Dekker (July 16, 1941 – May 25, 2006)

  1. Desmond Dekker really deserves to be recognised as one of the all-time great soul singers, I say.

    • Hi ((clawthing)). Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. I do agree 100%. Desmond Dekker put the Soul into Reggae. He was a fine singer, that is for sure, and to me he embodied everything good in that music genre.

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