Various - For A Few Dollars More - 28 Shots Of Western Inspired Reggae album
Title: For A Few Dollars More - 28 Shots Of Western Inspired Reggae
Style: Reggae, Ska
Date of release: 1998
Size MP3: 1407 mb
Size FLAC: 1929 mb
Format: VOX AA VQF MP3 ADX RA VOC
The connection between American westerns and dub-reggae continues apace with For a Few Dollars More, including tracks by the Rudies ("Guns of Navarone"), Lee Perry & the Upsetters ("Kill Them All"), the Prophets ("Revenge of Eastwood"), the Crystalites ("The Bad"), and many more.
Eastwood Rides Again. The Magnificent Fourteen (14 Shots Of Western Inspired Reggae) (CD, Comp).
For a Few Dollars More" is a song by the British rock band Smokie from their 1978 studio album The Montreux Album. It was the album's first single. The song first came out in January 1978 as a single and later appeared on the album, which was released in October. The song was written by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman and produced by Mike Chapman. Chris Norman included his solo cover of the song on his 2000 studio album "Full Circle". Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics.
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About For a Few Dollars More. Two bounty hunters are in pursuit of "El Indio," one of the most wanted fugitives in the western territories, and his gang. Clint Eastwood Lee Van Cleef Gian Maria Volonté Mario Brega Klaus Kinski. bounty hunter rural setting pot smoking beard death mustache spaghetti western sombrero right hand man sidekick piano.
Reggae (/ˈrɛɡeɪ/) is a music genre that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s. The term also denotes the modern popular music of Jamaica and its diaspora. A 1968 single by Toots and the Maytals, "Do the Reggay" was the first popular song to use the word "reggae", effectively naming the genre and introducing it to a global audience
|1||–Prophets*||Revenge Of Eastwood|
|2||–Lee Perry & The Upsetters||Clint Eastwood|
|3||–The Rudies||Guns Of Navarone|
|5||–Jay Boys*||Del Gago|
|6||–Lee Perry & The Upsetters||Sipreano|
|7||–Ramon & The Crystalites||Golden Chickens|
|8||–Lee Perry & The Upsetters||Salt & Pepper|
|12||–The Swans||Killer Passing Through|
|13||–Upsetters*||Taste Of Killing|
|14||–Lee Perry & The Upsetters||Kill Them All|
|15||–Upsetters*||For A Few Dollars More|
|16||–Brother Dan All Stars||Shoot Them Amigo|
|17||–Hippy Boys*||Death Rides|
|19||–Tony Gordon||Navajo Trail|
|20||–Count Prince*||Mule Train|
|21||–G.G. All Stars*||Man From Carolina|
|22||–Crystalites*||The Bad Version|
|23||–Count Machuki||Franco Nero|
|24||–Destroyers*||Franco Nero Version 2|
|25||–Joe White & The Crystalites||Trinity|
|27||–Johnny Lover||Nevada Joe|
|28||–Upsetters*||Return Of The Ugly|
NotesAs stated on the disc & spine
CDTRL 414 Z - UK
CDTRL 414 - Export
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 766126141422