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    • Barrington Levy – Praise His Name
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    • 1. Praise His Name
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    One of Barrington Levy's best tunes over a killer militant roots rhythm from 1983 produced by George Phang with version on the flip.

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    Barrington LevyRobin HoodGreensleeves Records

    Classic late 70s roots vocal album from Barrington Levy, his follow up to "Englishman" includes "Sister Carol" "Rock and Come In" "Mary Long Tongue" "Many Changes In Life" and many more. Produced by Henry 'Junjo' Lawes.

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      Barrington LevyShaolin TempleVolcano

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