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Errol Dunkley (born 6 February 1951), sometimes spelled Erroll Dunkley, is a Jamaican reggae musician, born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1951. Dunkley's recording career began in 1965, when he was 14, with "Gypsy" (a duet with Roy Shirley) for Linden Pottinger's Gaydisc label, "My Queen" (with Junior English) for Prince Buster, and "Love Me Forever" on the Rio label.
Errol Dunkley (sometimes Erroll Dunkley) is a Jamaican reggae musician, born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1951. Dunkley's recording career began in 1965, when he was fourteen, with "Gypsy" (a duet with Roy Shirley) for Linden Pottinger's Gaydisc label, "My Queen" (with Junior English) for Prince Buster, and "Love Me Forever" on the Rio label. Between 1967 and 1968 he recorded several singles for Joe Gibbs including "Please Stop Your Lying" (1967) and "Love Brother" (1968), before switching to Coxsone Dodd in 1969.
Archibald Dunkley, Rastafarian preacher. Errol Dunkley (born 1951), Jamaican reggae musician. John Dunkley (1891–1947), Jamaican painter and sculptor. Julien Dunkley (born 1975), Jamaican track and field athlete. Fly Flying Ska was Prince Buster's second studio album. The album features many ska legends, including The Skatalites, Toots and the Maytals, Roland Alphonso, and Don Drummond among others. For the Love of Money (album). It marks their first full-length release of studio material since Strange Things, released twenty-four years prior.
Repatriation, Dub Horns. Errol Dunkley's How Could I Let You Get Away.
Errol Dunkley, Moodie. Errol Dunkley - I'll Never Forget you 02:47. Errol Dunkley - Love is a Wonderful Thing 03:14. Errol Dunkley - Rolling Stones 03:42. Errol Dunkley - School Days 03:32. Moodie - Sticksman 04:09. Moodie - Hold Me Tight/Second Chance 03:31. OAU/Trench Town Rock - Moodie. Slam Dunks - Errol Dunkley. The same year saw the release of Dunkley's Sonia Pottinger produced debut album, Presenting Errol Dunkley, which included the track "A Little Way Different". Dunkley continued to record throughout the 1970s and towards the end of the decade his popularity in the UK grew, resulting in a breakthrough UK Singles Chart hit in 1979 with "OK Fred", a cover version of a John Holt-penned song, that reached number 11. His 1980 release "Sit Down And Cry" also reached the charts.
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