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I Man Time(Right Time Riddim) - I-Roy, Delroy Wilson - I Man Time/Call On Me (Vinyl)


  1. Sub-label of Channel One also referred to as Hitbound. For the manufacturing and distribution company please use Hit Bound Mfg Inc and for recordings please use Channel One Recording Studio.
  2. Reggae Record Shop I MAN TIME - I Roy [R] - Title & Artist: I MAN TIME - I ROY:: Format: 7":: Label: Well Charge:: Title A: I Man Time - I Roy:: Title B.
  3. Time Is Right. Produced by. Computer Paul, Jazzwad; Tunes on the Time Is Right Riddim () Artists Title Year The Poco Man Jam Riddim. Treasure Isle & Trojan. I-Roy: The Mighty Poet.
  4. Jun 08,  · In , I Roy’s association with producer Tony Robinson led to a contract with Virgin Records, for whom he subsequently cut five albums: “General”, “Musical Shark Attack” (which sold no less than , copies in the UK only), “World On Fire”, “Crisis Time” and the excellent set “Heart Of .
  5. Biography. Delroy Wilson began his recording career at the age of thirteen, while still a pupil at Boys Town Primary School. Wilson released his first single "Emy Lou" [citation needed] in for record producer, Clement "Coxsone" minddabrodatlelaliletpharigothin.coinfo early years with Coxsone yielded a number of ska hits, the biggest of which, the Lee Perry-written "Joe Liges" was an attack on rival producer and former.
  6. I-Roy – High Jacking Delroy Wilson – Here Come The Heartaches The Chosen Few – La La At The End Dave Barker – Hot Line The Three Tops – Take Time Out Big Youth – Dock Of The Bay The Reggae Strings – Pantomine Lennox Brown – High School Serenade Dennis Alcapone – Musical Liquidator I-Roy – Space Flight Shenley Duffus.
  7. Artist: I Roy A Side: I Man Time B Side: Version Producer: minddabrodatlelaliletpharigothin.coinfon Year: Riddim: Right Time Matrix: CH A | CH B Note: Reissue By Pressure Sounds On 'Well Charged' PSCD 14 And LP Artist: I Roy A Side: I Shoot The Barber B Side: Version Producer: Joseph Hookim Year: Right Time Riddim: Ali Baba Matrix: Ossie.
  8. The Sound Dimension's 'Real Rock' riddim probably is reggae's most versioned riddim. Although Willie Williams' version 'Armagideon Time' is a very popular cut of the riddim, Michigan and Smiley offering Nice Up the Dance is a noteworthy track. This tune is followed by the killer tune of the album, Alton Ellis' Can I Change My Mind/5(2).

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