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  1. THE BLUES BUSTERS Phillip & Lloyd ( US track LP, the fourth album by the reggae/funk duo featuring versions of My Girl and I Shot The Sheriff. The pasted picture is in excellent shape or better with very only minimal signs of shelfwear and the vinyl looks barely played, great copy SPS).
  2. The Blues Busters A: Love And Emotion B: Warning You: Starline Jamaica: 7" 1: The Blues Busters A: Don't Take Your Love Away B: You're No Good: BMN Jamaica: BMN 7" 0: The Blues Busters A: You're No Good Phillip James B: Wide Awake In A Dream: Soul Jamaica: 7" 3: Blues Busters A: I Won't Let You Go B: Love Me Forever.
  3. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love This song is by The Blues Brothers and appears on the movie soundtrack The Blues Brothers (), on the live album The Blues Brothers Band Live In Montreux (), on the compilation album The Blues Brothers Complete ().
  4. In the early '60s, the Blues Busters were a Jamaican vocal duo who could switch from ska to gospel-ized R&B effortlessly. They had few peers in Jamaica, and it wasn't until the middle of the decade and the rise of Sam & Dave that a comparable group could be found in the States. Behold is a great collection that swings between soul and ska with the same ease as the Blues Busters themselves.
  5. The Blues Busters, Lloyd Campbell and Phillip James, were one of the earliest Jamaican vocal duos. Their late-'50s start saw them emulating American R&B and, surprisingly, at the dawn of the '60s arriving at the same soulful conclusion as that of their U.S. counterparts.
  6. The Blues Busters was a vocal duo from Jamaica formed in , consisting of Philip James (9 March – ) and Lloyd Osbourne Campbell (31 December – ). The Blues Busters was the most consistently popular Jamaican male duo of the early s, and among the Jamaican artists who performed at the New York World's Fair. They initially worked in cabaret shows to tourists in.
  7. "Phillip and Lloyd professionally known as the Blues Busters met Sam Cooke in the early 60's. They went on tour singing as the supporting act with Sam Cooke in various countries. Being so close to Sam Cooke they learnt a great deal. Sam Cooke wrote them a few songs and taught them a few techniques about singing." Tracks: "Bringing it on Home to Me," "You Send Me," "Win Your Love," "Wonderful.
  8. gram vinyl issue of The Wonder and Glory of The Blues Busters. The Blues Busters were Philip James and Lloyd Campbell, the most consistently popular Jamaican male duo of the early s. They became famous for backing Sam Cooke on his Jamaican inconmedipecopapunhostfigulec.xyzinfo: $
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Phillip & Lloyd on Discogs/5(12).

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