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    Dennis BrownSuper Reggae & Soul Hits

    Label:Trojan Records – TRLS 57
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Reggae
    Style:Reggae

    Tracklist

    A1Concentration (Ver 1)
    A2Concentration (Ver 3)
    A3Silhouettes
    A4Wichita Lineman
    A5He Can't Spell
    A6Musical Heatwave
    B1I Didn't Know (Ver 1)
    B2I Didn't Know (Ver 3)
    B3How Could I Let You Get Away
    B4Lips Of Wine
    B5Let Me Down Easy
    B6Changing Times
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    • Matrix / Runout (Stamped in Side A runout:): TRLS 57 A-1U
    • Matrix / Runout (Stamped in Side B runout:): TRLS 57 B-1U

    Other Versions (5 of 11)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Super Reggae & Soul Hits (LP, Album)Move & GrooveMGLP 1002Jamaica1972
    New Submission
    Super Reggae & Soul Hits (LP, Album)Crystal Records (3)C.L.P. 1005Jamaica1972
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    Super Reggae & Soul Hits (LP, Album)Crystal Records (3)DH-11191Jamaica1973
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    Super Reggae & Soul Hits (LP, Album)Move & GrooveMGLP 1002US1973
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    Super Reggae & Soul Hits (LP, Album, Reissue, White & Orange Labels)Trojan Records, Trojan RecordsTRLS 57, TRLS.57UK1988

    Reviews

    alade86's avatar
    alade86
    I've had many of these tracks on a Trojan CD for over 20 years. Just received a mint copy (TRLS 57) and the sound is amazing by comparison. A beautiful sounding album and a worthy addition to any D Brown collection.
    dlgale1974's avatar
    dlgale1974
    He was still only 15 when he recorded this album which includes the classic tracks "Silhouettes " and "Lips of Wine", as well as the self penned "Concentration" which demonstrates a maturity beyond his tender years. The other highlights for me are producer Derrick Harriott's "Changing Times" and Brown's "I Didn't Know".