Prezident Brown, born Fitz Albert Cotterell, has been called, "one of the most interesting cultural dee-jays since U Roy". Born to a Seventh Day Adventist family in Colonel Ridge, Clarendon, Prezident Brown grew up in the small town of Oracabessa in the Parish of St. Mary, Jamaica. He was forced to leave school at a young age when his father died leaving him with his mother and three sisters.
Since You've Been Gone is the second studio album released by British boyband Damage, released on 2 April 2001, two weeks after the release of the album's third single. The album was the last album to be released under the band's original tenure and the last to feature original band member Coreé Richards. The album features a number of guest vocalists, including Kele Le Roc and band member Jade Jones' long-term partner Emma Bunton
Love is Gone is the second studio album by American rock band, Dommin, released on February 2, 2010 in the United States and February 15, 2010 in the United Kingdom. Although it is their debut album under the Roadrunner Records label, Mend Your Misery, released four years prior, is their debut studio album overall. Six of the twelve tracks from Mend Your Misery were re-released on Love is Gone; all of them, including their song "My Heart, Your Hands", being re-recorded or remixed for this album.
Where Has Love Gone? Studio album by Sofia Rotaru. Sofia Rotaru and Chervona Ruta (1981)String Module Error: Match not found1981. Where Has Love Gone? is a studio album by Sofia Rotaru, recorded at Melodiya in the USSR. The album consists of soundtracks to the film Where Has Love Gone?.
Where's the love, where's the love?) . If the love has gone then you don't want to stay. Если любовь ушла, то ты не хочешь остаться, Then hey baby we can go our separate ways.
Expanded & Remastered Album Re-issue: 2004. Greene, Bobby King, Pico Pena Backing Vocals: Joe & Vicki Brown, Billy Preston, Rodina Sloan, Syreeta, Sarah Ricor Mandolin: Joe Brown Piano: Neil Larsen, Mike Moran. Produced by: George Harrison, Ray Cooper & Phil McDonald. Recording dates: 1982. Read the full story behind the Gone Troppo album in uDiscover Music’s ‘Behind The Albums’ series.