• The Mighty Diamonds – Talk About It
    • The Mighty Diamonds – Jo Jo Ask About It
    • 1. Talk About It
    • 2. Jo Jo Ask About It

    In the early years, the Mighty Diamonds were actually called the Diamonds or Tabby and the Diamonds, they were recording since 1969. "Talk About It" is their only song they did for Lee Perry, as far as we know. Flip side has an alternate vocal of the same song.


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