Dennis Pinock / Tradition - Ride On / Rock On album
Title: Ride On / Rock On
Date of release: 1977
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Ride On. Written-By – D Pinock. Rock On. Written-By – Dennis Pinock. Producer – D. Tyrone.
Tradition are a United Kingdom-based reggae band. They enjoyed success with UK reggae audiences in the late 1970s, and were signed by RCA Records. They split up in 1983 but reformed over twenty years later. Tradition formed in Brent, North West London in 1976, initially as Special Brew. As members continued to leave the band, the swansong 1982 album Spirit of Ecstasy relied heavily on Thompson's keyboard-playing. McNeil also pursued a solo career. In the 2000s, Thompson and McNeil formed a new band, Reloaded, and in the late 2000s, Tradition reformed. They were also one of the headline acts on the Anti-Nazi League's 'Rock Against Racism' tour. In 1978 they released a discomix 12-inch single of "Why Why". The band built a reputation through their live performances, backing singers such as Alton Ellis, Delroy Wilson, Honey Boy, and Culture, and were also utilized as a studio band by producer David Tyrone.
룹에서: Four In A Row (2). 변형: 모두 표시 중 Dennis Pinnock. D Pinock, D. Pinnock, . innock, Dennis (Menice) Pinnock, Dennis Pinock, Pinnock. Dennis Pinock, Tradition. Dennis Pinock, Tradition - Ride On, Rock On (12"). Venture Records (4). VNLP 92.
Ride on Time is the fifth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Tatsuro Yamashita, released in September 1980. Ride on Time is most known for its title track. It was used in the television commercial for Maxell audio cassette starring Yamashita, and released as a single in May 1980. The song became his first charting single, peaking at number three on the Japanese Oricon chart with sales of 417,000 copies.
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|A||–Dennis Pinnock||Ride On
Written-By – D Pinock*
Written-By – Dennis Pinock*
- Producer – D. Tyrone*