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NEGRIL - NEGRIL      EAST SIDE WEST SIDE       'CD'     '''FRANCE''

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1 Light House Negril 6:14 2 East Side West Side Negril 3:57 3 Honey Coral Rock Negril 3:52 4 Negril Negril 5:03 5 Red Ground Funk Negril 5:19 6 Rasta Negril 5:18 7 Negril Sea Sunset Negril 5:38 8 I Shot the Sheriff (Feat. Peter Tosh & Aston Negril 4:56

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Negril is an instrumental album originally released in 1975 from a session produced, arranged and almost entirely composed by Eric Gale. It features some of Jamaica's best-known musicians of the time. The album expresses Gale's fondness for the splendid beach and natural beauty of the Jamaican seaside village Negril, which later became a popular destination for international tourists. Negril was recorded at the Harry J Studio in Kingston, Jamaica. It was originally released in Jamaica by Micron Music Ltd.,[1] whose co-owner was executive producer Michael Johnston, and in the UK by Klik Records. Gale was under contract with CTI Records, so the album could not identify him as the session leader. CTI's founder, Creed Taylor, obviously approved of Gale's participation because the cover lists him "courtesy of C.T.I." and publishing credit is listed on the label as "Creede (sic) Taylor Inc,"[2] The Micron release lists drummer Sparrow Martin as "session leader," but he was clearly just a session participant. Songwriting on the original release is miscredited to "Eric Gayle.

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Artista NEGRIL
Formato da Mídia CD
Formato CD
Gravadora ESOLDUM RECORDS
Origem FRANCE
Nº de Faixas 8
Código Identificador (SKU) LG21021

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