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Lukie D, Lt. Stitchie – Don't Deny Me. Label: Down Sound Records – 58543, Anansi Records – none. A1. Don't Deny Me (Jamaican Mix). Producer – Owen Rennaalls. A2. Don't Deny Me (Brooklyn Remix). A3. Don't Deny Me (El Lay Remix). Producer – Johnny Rivera. B1. Don't Deny Me (Instrumental). B2. Don't Deny Me (Acapella). Stitchie. Download MP3. Lukie D. Lt.
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Lukie D is a reggae artist from Jamaica Born Michael Kennedy, 1972, Cockburn Pen, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. Kennedy began his career performing on various local sound systems, building a solid reputation as a dancehall singer. His influences included local heroes Frankie Paul, Tenor Saw and ragga DJ Supercat.
Lukie D joined the Firehouse Crew, noted for fostering the careers of Luciano and Sizzla. While with the Firehouse crew he released his debut, Centre Of Attraction, featuring combinations with Mikey Spice and DJ Determine. He also released a series of hits, including I Wont Let You Go, Lonely Nights, Let Me Love You Now, Heavy Load and Youve Got It Going. In 1997 he released a 20-track compilation featuring, unconventionally, versions of AC/DCs You Shook Me and Queens We Will Rock You. His alternative approach garnered attention in the USA, but alienated the partisan dancehall crew. As well as his solo career, Lukie D also joined the vocal group . They performed at MIDEM 1998 and later in New York at the third Culturama festival, to critical acclaim. In 1999, Lukie D left the group and was replaced by Ricardo Durante who had previously sung backing vocals for artists such as Shaggy and Patra.
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|A1||Don't Deny Me (Jamaican Mix)
Producer – Owen Rennaalls*
|A2||Don't Deny Me (Brooklyn Remix)
Producer – 71 Crew
|A3||Don't Deny Me (El Lay Remix)
Producer – Johnny Rivera
|B1||Don't Deny Me (Instrumental)|
|B2||Don't Deny Me (Acapella)|
- Distributed By – Navarre Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Downsound Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Downsound Records
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-34600
- Pressed By – Rainbo Records – S-34601
- Written-By – Cleve Laing, Michael Kennedy , Owen Rennalls
NotesNo catalog number printed on labels.
©&℗ 1996, DownSound Records.
Generic white sleeve with barcode sticker.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 6 33272 72302 7
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout etched): 58543-A S-34600
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout etched): 58543-B S-34601
|DSR7230-2||Lukie D||Don't Deny Me (CD, Single)||Downsound Records||DSR7230-2||US||1997|
|DS-007||Lukie D||Don't Deny Me (12")||Down Sound Records||DS-007||US||1997|
|DSR7230-4||Lukie D||Don't Deny Me (Cass, Single)||Downsound Records||DSR7230-4||US||1997|
|none||Lukie D / Lt. Stitchie*||Lukie D / Lt. Stitchie* - Don't Deny Me (7")||Down Sound Records||none||Jamaica||Unknown|
|none||Lieutenant Stitchie, Lukie D||Lieutenant Stitchie, Lukie D - Don't Deny Me (7")||Drum & Bass||none||Jamaica||1996|