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Please Dont Make Me Cry - UB40 - Labour Of Love (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Dat says:
    Apr 29,  · Labour of Love, an Album by UB Released in September on DEP (catalog no. LP DEP 5; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Reggae. Featured peformers: James Brown (drums), Ali Campbell (vocals, guitar), Robin Campbell (guitar, vocals), Earl Falconer (bass), Norman Lamont Hassan (percussion, vocals), Brian Travers (saxophone), Michael Virtue (keyboards), Astro (deejay (vocals), rhymes, percussion), UB40 /5(15).
  2. Nishakar says:
    Please Don't Make Me Cry Lyrics: You say you're gonna to leave me, I'm begging you to stay / But baby, I can't get through it anyway, no I can't / And when I wake up in the morning, you are gone.
  3. Zolosar says:
    May 06,  · Song Don't Make Me Cry (BBC Radio 1 Session ) Artist UB40; Writers Winston Tucker; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of UMC (Universal Music Catalogue)); ARESA, LatinAutor - PeerMusic.
  4. Fern says:
    rows · A reggae band formed in Birmingham, UK. The music grasps from roots reggae and .
  5. Tanris says:
    After UB40 had a big success with their cover version of 'Red red wine' (originally recorded by Neil Diamond), they released 'Please don't make me cry'. Both singles were taken from the group's album 'Labour of love', a collection of covers. The B-side of this single is .
  6. Gorisar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Labour Of Love on Discogs.4/5(26).
  7. Yozshugrel says:
    Feb 28,  · UB40 On Vinyl. Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Marc Perman, Sep 16, UB40 - Labour of Love. black sheriff, Feb 28, # sunking, some really good songs, Keep On Moving and Please Don't Make Me Cry have always been favorites. I get it, no Present Arms or Signing Off, but I got to help promote LOL when it came out.
  8. Dot says:
    A victim of both overexposure and embracement from privileged hedonists around the globe, UB40's Labour of Love is still a near perfect album, one filled with warmth and an infectious love of the music it's covering. Then there's that reggae version of "Red Red Wine" that spills out of yachts, frat parties, soirees by the pool, water parks, and just about anywhere there are sun-seeking tourists.9/

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