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Keith Poppin - Who Are You? album flac

  • Performer: Keith Poppin
  • Album: Who Are You?
  • FLAC: 1330 mb | MP3: 1972 mb
  • Released: 1975
  • Country: Jamaica
  • Style: Reggae, Roots Reggae
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 439
  • Format: AHX MP4 MPC ASF VOX WAV APE
Keith Poppin - Who Are You? album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Who Are You
2 Dub Heavier Than Lead
Band – Sunshot Band

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band - Who Are You / Dub Heavier Than Lead ‎(7", Gol) Sunshot none Jamaica 1976
SS004 Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band - Who Are You? / Dub Heavier Than Lead ‎(7", Blu) Sunshot SS004 UK Unknown
none Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band - Who Are You / Dub Heavier Than Lead ‎(7", Blu) Sunshot none Jamaica 1976
none Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band - Who Are You / Dub Heavier Than Lead ‎(7", Ora) Sunshot none Jamaica 1975
SS 004 Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band Keith Poppin / Sunshot Band - Who Are You / Dub Heavier Than Lead ‎(7") Terminal SS 004 UK 1976


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Who Are You is the eighth studio album by English rock band the Who, released on 18 August 1978 by Polydor Records in the United Kingdom and MCA Records in the United States. Who Are You was the Who's last album to feature Keith Moon as their drummer; Moon died three weeks after the album's release.

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Now performing as 'Keith Poppin,' his bittersweet wail took him to number one again with the underground anthem 'Envious' in 1974, another number one song in Jamaica, and led to the album of the same name released in 1975. Keith continued his string of international hits, with the top five releases 'Why Make Believe' and 'Someday Girl' followed by 'Who Are You' which cracked the top ten in the UK in 1976 and appeared on the 1977 album 'Pop Inn' on the Burning Rockers label  . With his latest album getting airplay from NYC to Sweden, a reinvigorated Keith Poppin is ready to take the world by storm once again, and take his rightful place as one of the top reggae singers in the world today.

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Although Keith Poppin unleashed a clutch of 45s that thrilled British reggae fans in the '70s, the singer never crossed into the pop charts, and thus remains a lesser known light today. Get Together, titled after Poppin's biggest British reggae hit, helps put that right, gathering up 17 numbers the singer recorded back in reggae's heyday. All were of the highest caliber, and the ones chosen here are among la crème de la crème, including the British reggae hit "Who Are You," and such equally strong songs as "If You Need Me," "Oh Lord (Is It Too Late)," "Hopscotch," and "Some of Dem Ago Shame," classics one and all. A pair of numbers from later in the decade - "Hold Not Thy Peace" and "Fight Against I," cut for Prince Jammy and Sir Collins respectively, round out Poppin's '70s works perfectly.