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John Kenneth Holt (born 11 July 1947 in Kingston, Jamaica; died 19 October 2014 in London, England) was a reggae singer and songwriter who first found fame as a member of the Paragons before establishing himself as a solo artist. Amongst the songs he wrote was "The Tide Is High" (later made famous by Blondie and also covered by Atomic Kitten). On an island renowned for its superb vocalists and composers, John Holt remains head and shoulders above the rest as one of Jamaica's sweetest singers and enduring songwriters. Let us know what you think of the Last.
Never Let Me Go. Nobody Else. On A Clear Day You Can See Forever. Police In Helicopter. John Holt joined the ska and rocksteady vocal group The Paragons in 1964 when Holt replaced Leroy Stamp. I was born with a talent and I did not even know it until my mother told m. by John Holt.
Take the ribbon from your hair, Shake it loose and let it fall, Layin' soft upon my skin. Like the shadows on the wall. Come and lay down by my side till the early morning light All I'm takin' is your time. Help me make it through the night. I don't care who's right or wrong, I don't try to understand. Let the devil take tomorrow. Lord, tonight I need a friend. Yesterday is dead and gone and tomorrow's out of sight.
Produced by. She Let Me Know Lyrics. Riding slow with my bitch in the backseat Let her know that I love her anyway Got me dreaming 'bout the day I left you all alone I don't care 'bout that no more, baby lets get some dough Racks up, racks down See me up, held me down I know you, see a few I got bills and I wanna give.
Empty Glass contained the devotional love song, "Let My Love Open the Door", which became a top ten hit in the US, and the modestly successful singles "Rough Boys" and "A Little Is Enough". The album was rated No. 57 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 greatest of the 1980s. A Gibson poll rated it at No. 5 among "the greatest albums released by an artist who was previously in a successful band". The album was written and recorded between 1978 and 1980, when activity with The Who had started to pick up again, and Townshend found himself having to write for both his solo project and his band. As a result, Empty Glass was considered superior to The Who's 1981 album Face Dances, with critics calling it a Who album that never was.
John Holt (born John Kenneth Holt, 11 July 1947, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer and songwriter.
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- Producer – Tony Ashfield
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From The Album The Further You Look
Both sides listed as A Side
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