Get ad-free whosampled premium!go ad-free with whosampled premium! Free the People (Groovin' With Winston Groovy) (1970). Album by Winston Groovy.
Groovy, W. Groovy, W. Grovy, W. Gruvy, . roovy, Winston, Winston Crowy, Winston Grievy, Winston Groove, Winston Groovey, Winston Groovy (aka Billy Jack), Winston Grovy, Winston Gruvy. ェア. マーケットプレイス 出品1,915. Free The People (Album). Presenting Winston Groovy (Album).
Winston Tucker, better known as Winston Groovy, was born to sing. He was the third of four brothers born in the heart of Kingston, Jamaica. But whilst still in his early childhood, he knew that his one love was music, and he actively pursued his ambition to be a singer and to perform in front of the crowds in the clubs. The jukeboxes and 'R&B' broadcasts from the USA soon made their mark on him and influenced his style of singing, but he realised that Reggae would be his main style. Winston has recently recorded one of UB40's songs for their forthcoming 'Fathers' album, which was one of UB40's early hits. Winston’s latest album is called 'Step By Step', which includes covers of songs that Winston thinks are outstanding. Take UB40's 'I Love it When You Smile' and 'Can You Keep A Secret', which may very well be the new single.
Winston Groovy Free The People. Winston Groovy Oh My My.
An Italian rock bizarre The WINSTONS have appeared on the rock music scene with their eponymous debut album upon their head veiled in white bandage. We Rock Progressivo Italiano freaks have thoroughly got immersed in their assertive, bombastic creativity, for their very first creation. Amazingly weird psychedelic keyboard reminds us of something like Canterbury or 60's oldie psychedelic scene, but their play can drive us mad because of their magical enthusiasm via sounds and melody lines appealing directly to our brain.
For the People is the debut album from Hip Hop supergroup Boot Camp Clik, consisting of Buckshot from Black Moon, Smif-N-Wessun, Heltah Skeltah and . The crew officially organized in 1994, with all eight members appearing on the song "Cession At Da Doghillee" from Smif-n-Wessun's Dah Shinin'. The album features a different sound than that heard on previous Camp related releases, with the crew abandoning their past production crew Da Beatminerz, instead recording with live instrumentation
|A||Free The People
Written-By – Barbara Keith
Written-By – W. Groovy*
|JON 181||Winston Groovy||Free The People / Not Now (7", Single)||His Master's Voice||JON 181||Ghana||1971|
|P-SM01||Winston Groovy||Free The People / Not Now (7")||Pama Records||P-SM01||Belgium||Unknown|