Wilson, Delroy: Here Comes The Heartaches

Wilson, Delroy SKU: 33144351
Delroy Wilson: Here Comes The Heartaches

Wilson, Delroy: Here Comes The Heartaches

Wilson, Delroy SKU: 33144351

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Here Comes The Heartaches
Artist: Wilson, Delroy
Label: Kingston Sounds
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5060135762346
Genre: International

Delroy Wilson, the original "Cool Operator", was also known to many as "Teacher". A title given to him as he unselfishly taught the up-and-coming singers, including Dennis Brown, the art and delivery of singing technique. Delroy's rich tone to his voice added a depth to any song that he chose to sing. Delroy Wilson (b.1948 Kingston, Jamaica) began his musical career at the school that was Coxsone Dodd's studio One label. After a brief stop in 1969, which saw Delroy working for producer Sonia Pottinger's Tip Top label, he was producing such hits including "It Hurts" and "Put Yourself In My Place". The 1970s saw Delroy Wilson's arrival at Bunny "Striker" Lee's door and what would result in a winning formula, scoring hit after hit. It is from this great period in Delroy's career that Kingston Sounds have compiled this selection of killer tunes, cut with the drum and bass rhythm kings themselves, Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare. Such classics as "Who Care", "Can I Change Your Mind", "Get Ready", "You Must Believe Me", and the timeless title track to this collection, "Here Comes The Heartaches". An album of great tracks cut with "The Hitmaker from Jamaica", Bunny Lee and his team. A match made in heaven. CD version includes three bonus tracks.

1.1 Track 1 Who Cares
1.2 Track 2 Can I Change Your Mind
1.3 Track 3 Come Along
1.4 Track 4 Here Comes the Heartaches
1.5 Track 5 You Must Believe Me
1.6 Track 6 Try Again
1.7 Track 7 Living in the Footsteps (Of Another Man)
1.8 Track 8 Get Ready Track 9 Drink Wine (Everybody)
1.9 Track 10 Cherry Baby (A.K.A Come Softly to Me
1.10 Track 11 Live and Learn
1.11 Track 12 Mash Up Illiteracy (A.K.A Mash It Up)
1.12 Track 13 Peace and Love
1.13 Track 14 the Same Old Song
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