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  1. Baby I Love You is an album by Andy Kim released by Steed Records.. The single title song hit #9 on the Billboard Hot , #1 in Canada, and #32 on the U.S. adult contemporary chart in The single "So Good Together" hit #36 on the Billboard Hot and #37 in West Germany. The album landed on the Billboard chart, reaching # Track listing. Baby, I Love You" (Phil Spector, Jeff.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ken Lazarus Sings Reggae Hits Of The 70's on Discogs.
  3. Ken Lazarus discography and songs: Music profile for Ken Lazarus. Genres: Reggae. Albums include Trojan Tribute to Bob Marley Box Set, Trojan Sixties Box Set, and Monkey Man / Bongo Nyah.
  4. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account on Ken Lazarus Sings Reggae Hits of the 70's Vol. 2. Soul Serenade on Ken Lazarus Sings Reggae Hits of the 70's Vol. 2. Listen Now $ In MP3 .
  5. Be My Baby ~ Ken Lazarus by Bajanbloom Bloom. Make It With You ~ Ken Lazarus by Bajanbloom Bloom. Jimmy Cliff - Shelter of your Love by lisashenmaid. Jimmy Cliff Wonderful World Beautiful People by 3Mark Jimmy Cliff - Son of Man by ziontao. Keith & Ken with Byron Lee & the Dragonaires - Jamaica Ska by TarAntXon.
  6. Lazarus began his career from the inception of ska in the early 60s. He performed lead vocals for Byron Lee And The Dragonaires, playing on tours of the West Indies and North America.
  7. Ken Lazarus's songs: Listen to songs by Ken Lazarus on Myspace, Baby I Love You. Ken Lazarus. Sings Reggae Hits of the 70's. 0. Let Them Say. Ken Lazarus Sings Reggae Hits of the 70's, Vol. 2. Sugar, Sugar. Various Artists.
  8. Sings Reggae Hits of the 70's, Vol. 2: K&K Verlagsanstalt Sings Reggae Hits of the 70's: K&K / VP Records Find Ken Lazarus discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ;
  9. Lazarus began his career from the inception of ska in the early 60s. He performed lead vocals for Byron Lee And The Dragonaires, playing on tours of the West Indies and North America. In , credited as performing with the Byron Lee Orchestra, he relished his first taste of international fame when ‘Funny’ was released through Island.

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