Soul Twins Pound Get A Blow

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    • Soul Twins – Pound Get A Blow
    • Roland Alphonso & The Upsetters – Roll On
    • 1. Pound Get A Blow
    • 2. Roland Alphonso & The Upsetters – Roll On

    Pound Get A Blow", credited in the UK to the vocal group "The Bleechers" to get better sales, was in fact done by the Soul Twins, Jimmy Nelson and Derrick "Watty" Burnett. Flip side has a sax instrumental on the same riddim.

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