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labour of love ub40 - lp dep5

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Product description

This is UB40's fourth album, released in 1983
It is also the band's first album of cover versions of songs originally released 'by the group's musical idols'

Track listing (includes original artist/group)

Side 1
Cherry Oh Baby (Eric Donaldson)
Keep On Moving (The Impressions - The Wailers version)
Please Don't Make Me Cry (Winston Tucker)
Sweet Sensation (The Melodians)
Johnny Too Bad (The Slickers)

Side 2
Red Red Wine (Neil Diamond - Tony Tribe version)
Guilty (Tiger)
She Caught the Train (Joe Monsano)
Version Girl (Boy Friday)
Many Rivers to Cross (Jimmy Cliff)

Item details

Band/artist(s):
ub40
Catalogue number:
lp dep5
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Reggae & ska
Label:
dep international
Sleeve condition:
Good

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About this item

This is UB40's fourth album, released in 1983
It is also the band's first album of cover versions of songs originally released 'by the group's musical idols'

Track listing (includes original artist/group)

Side 1
Cherry Oh Baby (Eric Donaldson)
Keep On Moving (The Impressions - The Wailers version)
Please Don't Make Me Cry (Winston Tucker)
Sweet Sensation (The Melodians)
Johnny Too Bad (The Slickers)

Side 2
Red Red Wine (Neil Diamond - Tony Tribe version)
Guilty (Tiger)
She Caught the Train (Joe Monsano)
Version Girl (Boy Friday)
Many Rivers to Cross (Jimmy Cliff)

Band/artist(s):
ub40
Catalogue number:
lp dep5
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Reggae & ska
Label:
dep international
Sleeve condition:
Good

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