Personnel: Judy Mowatt (vocals, background vocals); Lloyd "Gitsy" Willis (guitar, keyboards); Tyrone Downie (guitar, drums); Daniel Thompson, David P. Bailey, Wayne Armond (guitar); Dean Fraser (saxophone); Nambo Robinson (trombone); Clive "Azul" Hunt, Mikey Wallace, Robert Lyn, Paul Crossdale (keyboards); Danny Browne, Dollar Fifty, Donald Dennis, Sly Dunbar (drums); Harry . Bongo Herman (percussion); Chevelle Franklyn, Yeshemabeth McGregor, Nadine Sutherland, Pam Hall, Sharon Forrester.
Producers Judy Mowatt. Writers Freddie McGregor. More Judy Mowatt albums.
Listen to albums and songs from Judy Mowatt. One of the founding members of Bob Marley's back-up singers, the I-Threes, Judy Mowatt developed into one of Jamaica's finest female singers. Her sweet, rich, alto sings the praises of Rastafarianism, spouting positive vibes and female-empowering themes. With backing from a who's who of reggae's finest musicians, Mowatt continues to play top-notch, personal songs.
Rock Me. Artist: Judy Mowatt. Album: Greensleeves Sampler 2, 1988. ROCK ME (T. Downie, J. Mowatt/CAYMAN/ ASHANDAN) Produced by Judy Mowatt Co-produced by Stephen Stewart & Alden Stewart Arranged by Tyrone Downie Drums: Sly Dunbar Bass: Paul Hamilton Acoustic Piano: Tyrone Downie DX-7, Emulator: Alden "Trapper" Stewart Rhythm Guitar: Dalton Browne Tenor Saxophone: Stan Harrison Background Vocals: Pam Hall, Judy Mowatt Recorded at Music Mountain & CRS Studios, Kingston, JA Engineer: David.
9 tracks · 1 January 1982.
Rock Me by Judy Mowatt. Only A Woman by Judy Mowatt. Mr. Dee-J by Judy Mowatt. Black Woman by Judy Mowatt. View all albums . Working Wonders.
JUDY MOWATT was born in Industry Village, Gordon Town, St. Andrew Jamaica, some forty-five years ago. Her family was poor and although no one went hungry, they could not afford a radio in the house. As a child, singing came as naturally to her as breathing and she was always 'singled-out' for solo spots with church choirs. 1987 ‘Love Is Overdue’ - Album ‘Look at Love’ - Album done on the Shanachie label, New Jersey. 1993 ‘Rock Me’ - Album, distributed by Pow Wow Records in New York. 1995 ‘Love’ - Album was her very first gospel album recorded since her conversion to Christianity. 2000 ‘Soldiers of Jesus Christ’ - Compilation (This album is a double CD compilation of some of those artistes who became Christians during a recent wave of mass conversion in Jamaica and includes - Junior Tucker, Judy Mowatt, Lady Junie, Carlene Davis, Chevelle Franklin, Papa San Lt.
Lovers Rock For Big People Vol 2. сборник. 50 Years of Jamaica Mums & Dads Favourites Tribute. I Love Lovers Rock Vol 11.
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NotesPromotional Release for Tia Maria Coffee Liquor
Released in Picture Sleeve Cover with Tia Maria Cocktail Recipes on Back
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