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9 Replies to “ Go Pato - Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution - Collections (CD) ”

  1. Nov 14,  · "Go Pato" written by Pato Banton Recorded by: Pato Banton & Winston "Da Major" Mendes Camera 1: Pato Banton Camera 2: Judy Farrell Hernandez Camera 3: Antoinette Rootsdawtah Video Production by.
  2. Pato Banton (born Patrick Murray; 28 December ) is a reggae singer and toaster from Birmingham, agmoobidsoftpinniwallgopanancamul.coinfo received the nickname "Pato Banton" from his stepfather; The first name derives from a Jamaican night owl that stays up all night calling "patoo, patoo" and the last name from the disc jockey slang word "Banton" which means heavyweight lyricist or storyteller.
  3. Pato Banton & The Reggae Revolution ‎– Groovin' Label: I.R.S. Records ‎– CDEIRS , I.R.S. Records ‎– 8 2 7.
  4. Cover versions: Pato Banton redoes “One World (Not Three)”, an underrated Police song written by Sting. The song is very well reworked in a reggae fashion, but with different lyrics. The rest of the disc is Pato Banton's original work. In short, sample this disc, if you want a different approach on reggae music/5(6).
  5. 9 Baby Come Back (Pato Banton, Ali & Robin Campbell & The Reggae Revolution) 10 Sweet For My Sweet (C.J. Lewis) 11 Boom Shac - A-Lak) (Apache Indian) 12 Tease Me (Chaka Demus & Pliers) 13 Dont Turn Around (Aswad) 14 Tomorrow People (Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers) 15 Wanna Be Loved (Buju Banton) 16 Love Come Down (Barry Biggs).
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  7. Listen to your favorite songs from Collections (Domestic Only) by Robin Campbell, Pato Banton & Ali Campbell Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  8. My opinion is that Pato Banton's best work is The Mad Professor Captures Pato Banton. Just compare the version of "Gwarn!" from that cd, and you'll see. On that one, he even pulls off the role of rootsman well ("Nuff Kind of Dred"). If you like reggae and dub, go with the Mad Professor's production of Pato.

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