Both Pinchers' Mass Out album and Frankie Paul's Warning were cut for Philip "Fatis" Burrell in the mid-'80s, two of the earliest albums the producer oversaw. Both were superb sets, and helped establish Burrell's Vena label, the predecessor of his mighty Exterminator outfit. Burrell had ample help on the other side of the console, with backing provided by Sly & Robbie, pianist Jackie Mittoo, guitarist Danny Thompson, and synth players Robby Lynn and Tony "Asher" Brissett
Drums – Danny Marshall. Engineer – D. Halliburton, Michael McDonald (4), Philip Smart, Sydney Mills. Guitar – Donavan McKitty. BM 124. Frankie Paul. Reaching Out (LP, Album). Blue Moon Productions.
Biography by Steve Huey. The dancehall reggae entalist whose string of hits began in the '80s and went on for decades. Pass the Ku-Sheng-Peng. Should I. See Full Discography.
Can't Stop is a demo album featuring music recorded by American singer Ashanti. The album was first released in 2004 and then on January 25, 2006 in United States. It was re-released multiple times under different labels throughout 2007. It was released on May 31, 2012 for digital download in United Kingdom only. Can't Stop" features material that Ashanti (born Ashanti Douglas) recorded on July 15, 1997. The tapes resurfaced in September 2004 and was re-mixed and mastered by Genard Parker and Ernie Lake.
Young Dread – Can’t Stop (Instrumental). Listen/Download here: Young Dread – Can’t Stop (Instrumental) Young Dread – Cant Stop (Instrumental). Best of Hipstrumentals. Mixtape: February/2019 – Best of Hipstrumentals. Mixtape: January/2019 – Best of Hipstrumentals.
This full Frankie Paul discography is alphabetical, however you can sort Frankie Paul album list by any column. Note that this complete list of Frankie Paul releases is based on official releases and does not always include promotional-only discs, although they are listed when we have data on them
Discover Frankie Paul & Buju Banton on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. Paul Blake (born 1965), better known as Frankie Paul, is a Jamaican dancehall reggae artist. Born blind, he has been dubbed by some 'The Jamaican Stevie Wonder'. Born in Jamaica in 1965, Blake was born blind but as a child had his sight partially restored by an operation on a hospital ship. He sang for, and impressed Stevie Wonder when Wonder visited the school that Blake attended, prompting him to pursue a singing career. Adopting the stage name Frankie Paul, he first found fame in the early 1980s, and he recorded prolifically throughout the decade. Fire Deh a Mus Tail (1988) Blacka Dread. Dance Hall Duo (1988) RAS. Slow Down (1988) VP. Frankie Paul at Studio One (1988) Studio One. Veteran (1989) VP. Reaching Out (1989), Blue Mountain.