Junior Byles - Girl Next Door mp3 flac
- Album: Girl Next Door
- MP3: 1923 mb | FLAC: 1790 mb
- Country: Jamaica
- Style: Roots Reggae, Dub
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 145
- Format: AC3 MP3 AUD VOC APE DTS ASF
Kerrie Byles (born 17 July 1948 in Kingston, Jamaica), also known as "Junior Byles", "Chubby", or "King Chubby", is a Jamaican reggae singer. Kerrie Byles Jr. was born at Jubilee Hospital in Kingston, and grew up in the city's Jonestown ghetto, where his father worked as a mechanic, and his mother was a schoolteacher. His family were devoutly religious, and his early musical education came from singing in church.
By 1976, Junior Byles was confined to the mental ward at Belview Hospital in Kingston. Throughout the later part of the decade, Junior was in and out of the hospital sanitarium and in this period he managed to make many great records for a variety of producers. There was "Chant Down Babylon" and "Pitchy Patchy" for the Ja-Man Records label, a remake of "King Of Babylon" for Niney The Observer and Lloyd F. Campbell, "False Leader" for Micron Music Limited, and the classic "Fade Away" for Channel One (5). Two albums were released, the first from.
Girl Next Door (Girl Next Door album). Girl Next Door is the first album from Girl Next Door released on December 24, 2008. Both versions had a first press which included a slipcase and one of two photobooks. For the first time in the world of music, all the songs included in this album are tie-up to the media such as drama series, television shows, or commercials.
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Discover all Junior Byles's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Sugar, Sugar (2001) by Big Youth feat. Sugar, Sugar by The Archies (1969). Heart and Soul (1977). Mean Girl by Larry Marshall (1968). was sampled in. Double Six by U-Roy (1973).
Junior Byles (Kerrie Byles Junior, most known for his 'Fade Away' is a reggae artist born in the poor parts of Kingston, Jamaica 1948.
Kerrie "Junior" Byles was born in Kingston, Jamaica, in 1948. He was still in his teens when he formed the Versatiles with fellow vocalists Earl Dudley and Louis Davis. It was the height of the rocksteady era and vocal trios ruled the land. Over the next few years, Byles continued to attempt to work, but proved to be able to for only brief periods of time. Having poured singles down on the island like rain, the singer's output slowed down to a few releases a year. He managed to cut only a couple of tracks in 1976, overseen by Holness, a cover of Delroy Wilson's classic "Run Run" and a new version of "King of Babylon. Two years later, Holness took Byles back into the studio and recorded a new single, the superb "Young Girl. In 1992, the pair reunited again and cut the equally good "Little Fleego. After each release, the singer again faded into oblivion.
The soundtrack for the n-star comedy The Girl Next Door is surprisingly diverse; not only does it span the punk-pop, rap, and metal of most gross-out comedy soundtracks, it also includes classic rock, trip-hop, and pop as well as excerpts from Paul Haslinger's electronica-based score
|A||Girl Next Door|
|B||Next Door Dub|
- Distributed By – Dee Jay Music
- Producer – Junior Byles
NotesLabel says "Made In Jamaica" but this was probably manufactured elsewhere.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout etched): MM 7426 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout etched): MM 7426 B
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