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  1. Dihn

    All Natty do is live off the laws of Jah Jah Dread. A weh dem no like is just little locks upon his head. (Natty Dread) Is a full time dem know right now say Natty a natural man, Is a full time dem know right now say Natty a Dreadlocks. Is a full time dem know say Natty a natural man, Is a full time dem know right now say Natty a Dreadlocks, yeah.
  2. Zukree

    Mighty Diamonds - Right Time, Disc NM, Case NM, Format: Music CD, Virgin Records. Rock music CD release from Mighty Diamonds with the album Right Time. Released on the label Virgin Records. Reggae music CD. This hard to find pre-owned music CD is fully guaranteed/5(48).
  3. Fegar

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Right Time on Discogs/5(12).
  4. Gukree

    Pass The Knowledge is a remarkable new collection of songs from The Mighty Diamonds one of the cornerstones of the roots reggae movement. The 40 songs presented include a number of their greatest hits, tracks making their CD debut and four previously unreleased dubplate exclusives. Their songs have endured and appeal to a wide ranging audience/5(20).
  5. Brasida

    Die Mighty Diamonds aus Jamaica auf jeden Fall waren in den 70ern Stars des Roots Reggae. Ihre CD "Right Time" gilt als Kult, als Meilenstein des Genres. Nur mit mir und dem Reggae, das geht irgendwie nicht so ganz, es sei denn, Bob Marley ist mit von der Partie/5(48).
  6. Yozshule

    mighty diamonds - free africa - reggae vermotideslyanatacharvajibepa.xyzinfo by Marco Weststar. The Mighty Diamonds - Natural Natty by TheRickynow. mighty diamonds danger in your eyes by rdk Mighty Diamonds Jam Session by fassyinadayard. Mighty Diamonds - Shabby Raggy by moLeOnPoT.
  7. Dourisar

    Feb 08,  · 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 .
  8. Goltigore

    In November, , Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke recognized the Mighty Diamonds with a Congressional Proclamation for their 40 years of hits and contributions to the music industry, when TSO Productions and the Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music held their 5th annual Reggae Culture Salute at Nazareth High School Performance Center, Brooklyn, NY.

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