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  1. Seeing the title The Best of the Mighty Diamonds and noting that this is a two-CD set, Mighty Diamonds fans' eyes may light up, anticipating a much-needed compilation of their work across many years and record labels. Unfortunately, it is necessary to disappoint that hope at the outset. Times Square Records' licensing from Seymour Records is simply a repackaging of two previous Mighty Diamonds 6/
  2. Mighty Diamonds are a Jamaican harmony trio, recording roots reggae with a strong Rastafarian influence. The group was formed in and remained together as of They are best known for their debut album Right Time produced by Joseph Hoo Kim and the release Deeper Roots.
  3. Mar 08,  · Mighty Diamonds - Best Of The Mighty Diamonds - Roots Reggae (). A selection of Jet Star's favourites from the iconic vocal Roots Reggae trio that are The Mighty Diamonds. - .
  4. - - - Mighty Diamonds are a Jamaican trio who had major success during the 70's at the 'Cha read more The reggae vocalist trio formed in Kingston, Jamaica by lead vocalist Donald "Tabby" Shaw, and Fitzroy "Bunny" Simpson and Lloyd "Judge" Ferguson.
  5. Best of YouTube Music Sports Gaming Movies & Shows News Live Fashion Learning Spotlight ° Video The Mighty Diamonds - The Poor Man's Prayer by Uluhipi. Mighty Diamonds - Just Can't Figure Out by RootsDaughter
  6. Times Square Records presents "The Best of Mighty Diamonds", featuring three decades of reggae hits that gave the public what they wanted and more in the group we have Donald "Tabby" Shaw, Fitzroy "Bunny" Simpson and Lloyd "Judge" Ferguson from Kingston Jamaica in the Trenchtown area since we have the Best of the Best of "PASS THE KOUCHIE" and "TOUR THE WORLD" /5(3).
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  8. The record company wants you to believe this CD is comprised of "classic recordings" by the Mighty Diamonds. Most fans of reggae know that "classic" typically infers the period of reggae between the early seventies to early eighties. This is not the case with this CD/5(2).

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