Barrington Spence

Jamaican reggae singer who rose to prominence in the mid seventies with a string of hit singles for producers Prince Tony and Bunny Lee - 'Jah Jah Train' (which became Big Youth's 'Train To Rhodesia'), 'Darling Dry Your Eyes' and 'Let Locks Grow' among them. Releases 1976 * Speak Softly * Tears On My Pillow 1982 * Star In The Ghetto Appears on * 20 Tighten Ups Vol 2 o Let Locks Grow * 7 Inch Auction o Contemplating * 70's Hits Reggae Style o Speak Softly Love (Theme From The Godfather) * Battle Of The Giants o Diane * Jah Children Invasion Chapter IV o You Are The Lover Of My Life * Jah Son Invasion o Rockers Time * Just My Imagination Vol 4 o Speak Softly * Larry Ethnic Meets The Wailers With Various Artiste o Falling In Love For The First Time o Tears On My Pillow * Musical Fever o Contemplating Mind * Raw Roots volume 1 o Where Must I Go * Rockers In Hungry Town o Plan For Babylon * Roots Past Present And Future o Yard A Roots * Rougher Than Rough o Dear Dawn * Sounds Of The Seventies o Living A Little, Laughing A Little * Strictly Drum And Bass o The Message * Trojan Carnival Box Set o Jah Jah Train * United Reggae Volume 1 o Diana As a musician Vocals * Barrington Spence - Tears On My Pillow [1976] Bac...

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