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"There Are More Questions Than Answers"
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Johnny Nash: Pop Reggae, 1972

Charlie Gillett — author of 1970 seminal roots rock history, Sound of the City — writes this review of Johnny Nash‘s 1972 LP, I Can See Clearly Now, for the Rolling Stone Record Review, which says, in part: It’s strange, but not accidental that the man who has brought Moog and

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"Don't Mess with Cupid"
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“Don’t Mess With Cupid”: A Mostly B-Side

Interesting that web discographies consistently list “Don’t Mess with Cupid” as the B-side of Otis Redding‘s “My Lover’s Prayer” single from July 1966 (on both sides of the Atlantic) – but then this French Atco picture sleeve shows “Cupid” to be the A-side. “Don’t Mess With Cupid“ Otis Redding (1966)

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