“Come Back Darling” by Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - album review

TJR says

Johnny Osbourne's first LP was recorded when he was in early 20s, just before he emigrated to Canada. Producer Winston Riley oversees proceedings nicely, with organ, piano and harmonica giving the set a proper band texture. The title-track and “Warrior” are the leading tunes, with the set's rating average being pulled down somewhat by the inclusion of four instrumental versions billed simply to “Johnny Organ”.

The Jukebox Rebel
18-Jan-2012

A1 [02:49] 7.5.png Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - Come Back Darling (Errol Osbourne, Jimmy Reilly) Reggae
A2 [02:04] 6.2.png Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - Fish Mouth (He Who Keepth His Mouth) (Errol Osbourne) Reggae
A3 [03:11] 5.0.png Johnny Organ - Scarface (Jimmy Riley) Reggae
A4 [03:15] 5.2.png Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - The Power And The Glory (Errol Osbourne) Reggae
A5 [02:09] 5.2.png Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - One Day (You’ll Need My Kiss) (Errol Osbourne) Reggae
A6 [02:21] 5.7.png Johnny Organ - Red Sunset (Jimmy Riley) Reggae
B1 [02:27] 7.9.png Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - Warrior [1970 version] (Errol Osbourne) Reggae
B2 [02:55] 5.5.png Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - If It’s Not Love (Errol Osbourne) Reggae
B3 [02:24] 5.3.png Johnny Organ - Don Juan (Jimmy Riley) Reggae
B4 [02:02] 5.6.png Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - Foolish Plan (Errol Osbourne) Reggae
B5 [02:41] 6.2.png Johnny Osbourne and The Sensations - See And Blind (Errol Osbourne) Reggae
B6 [01:56] 6.0.png Johnny Organ - Bewitched (Jimmy Riley) Reggae




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