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David Isaacs

David Isaacs

David Isaacs


David Isaacs (aka Bruce Bennett) is a Jamaican reggae singer who worked with Lee "Scratch" Perry in the late 1960s and early 1970s,[1] and went on to release several albums between the mid-1970s and early 1980s. Isaacs recorded a version of Stevie Wonder's "A Place In The Sun" in 1968 for producer Lee Perry, and this was one of the records that established Trojan Records as a major force in reggae.[2] The song was re-recorded for Isaacs' debut album, Place In The Sun, released in 1976. Read more on Last.fm
David Isaacs (aka Bruce Bennett) is a Jamaican reggae singer who worked with Lee "Scratch" Perry in the late 1960s and early 1970s,[1] and went on to release several albums between the mid-1970s and early 1980s. Isaacs recorded a version of Stevie Wonder's "A Place In The Sun" in 1968 for producer Lee Perry, and this was one of the records that established Trojan Records as a major force in reggae.[2] The song was re-recorded for Isaacs' debut album, Place In The Sun, released in 1976. In 1979, Isaacs recorded "Just Like The Sea", in combination with deejay Jah Thomas, and released a second album, More Love, produced by Witty Reid.[3] In 1982, he teamed up with Winston "Niney" Holness for the album Happy Ending, released on Dynamic Sounds,[4] which had been preceded by the Love & Devotion set. Isaacs also had a spell as a member of The Itals, joining the group in 1997.[1][5] Discography Singles * "I'd Rather Be Lonely" (1966) * "Place In The Sun" (1968) Upsetter * "Can't Take It Anymore" (1969) * "He'll Have To Go" (1969) * "I've Got Memories" (1969) * "Dark Moon" * "Good Father" * "Love Has Join Us" * "Who To Tell" * "You'll Be Sorry" (1971) * "Just Enough" (1973) * "Stranger on the Shore" (1973) * "Hard Road to Travel" (197?) Roots From The Yard * "Just Like A Sea" (1979) (with Jah Thomas) * "More Love" (1979) * "She Loves Me Now" (19??) Striker Lee Albums * Place In The Sun (1976) Culture Press, also released as Til I Can't Take It on Hulk * More Love (1979) J&M * Love & Devotion (1981) Imperial * Happy Ending (1982) Dynamic Sounds * To Sir With Love Jamaica Authentic Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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