Desmond Dekker Honour Your Mother & Father

Beverley's
  • 1. Honour Your Mother & Father
  • 2. Jimmy Cliff – King Of Kings

Classic early ska two sider from the 60s produced by Leslie Kong for his Beverley's label.

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