|Performer:||Rupie Edwards & The All Stars|
|Title:||I Cant Forget / High Tide|
|Other format:||AHX ASF AA AU MOD MP1 MP2|
R. Completely laminated sleeve. Most of the tunes collected on this compilation were recorded during c. 1969 and c. 1971 (except for Marques' "Jamaica Serenade", which was recorded in 1975). At least most of them saw 7"-release in Jamaica.
High Tide is the second album by High Tide. The album is slightly less heavy, with folk-influences within the band's sound. Though guitarist Tony Hill would later record with a new band under the High Tide banner, as well as releasing posthumous compilations of demos, this was the last proper album by the original group.
You look like someone who appreciates good music.
12. Romp In The Room.
The Tide Is High" is a 1966 song written by John Holt, originally produced by Duke Reid and performed by the Jamaican group The Paragons, with Holt as lead singer. The song gained international attention in 1980, when a version by the American band Blondie became a US/UK number one hit. The British girl group Atomic Kitten also had a number one hit with their version of the song in 2002, while Canadian rapper Kardinal Offishall had a minor hit with his interpretation in 2008.
|I Cant Forget|
|none||Rupie Edwards & The All Stars*||I Cant Forget / High Tide (7")||Success||none||Jamaica||1969|
|C-7381||The Virtues / Rupie Edwards||The Virtues / Rupie Edwards - High Tide / I Can't Forget (7")||Cobra||C-7381||Canada||Unknown|