Brimmed with the vibes, this unreleased killer Ska cover was recorded when Rita Marley and the Soulettes were at their best. Although it had never been released back then, Chris Wilson and the Heartbeat crew compiled this as a part of a compilation series in the 90’s. The great Mr. Coxsone Dodd knew what's going on; as a spice, he occasionally released some unpublished materials.
Heartbeat Records Presents Bob Marley & The Wailers One More Chance (Rita Marley and the Soulettes with the Wailers). The Soulettes Friends And Lovers. Bob Marley & The Wailers One More Chance (Rita Marley and the Soulettes with the Wailers).
One More Last Chance was Ray Stevens' eighteenth studio album as well and his second for RCA Records, released in 1981. The front of the album cover shows Stevens dressed in cowboy attire and at a bar with a pretty, flirtatious woman standing at his side. The singles "Night Games" and "One More Last Chance" were lifted from this album. Arranged and Produced by: Ray Stevens. Engineer: Stuart Keathley. Mastering: Randy King - Randy's Roost. Recorded at Ray Stevens Studio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Produced by Yung Henny. Album Side Effects III. One More Chance Lyrics. Take a pill and bust it down In a fucking fanta Im sipping mud out the mud That Louisiana And I keep a Soulja rag Camo bandana Bet that yappa Hold a hunnit Boy thats bananas Oh thats bananas My heart been cold But you knew that Play games you do that Ima have to go through that Why the fuck. My heart been cold I don't need ya She want all of me But I don't have Enough of me to give. You don't ride You a wanna be Heart froze You ain't here Where you supposed to be Hot boy Still cold in a bloody stream Just tryna go Let me go Let me go in peace I go in peace My heart been cold Take you to that Ima have to cut through that Why the fuck did you. do that Hate myself And you knew that Doing things I won't do back Feelings beat up They blue black.
The soulettes is with Nell Shakespeare at Key West Beach Club Calvia. 28 May 2015 ·. Girls On Tour.
Soulettes released recordings include rocksteady tunes such as "Time for Everything", "Turn Turn Turn" (released in 1966, this was a cover of The Byrds' hit song based on a Bible quote) and "A Deh Pon Dem". Friends and Lovers", "One More Chance" and "That Ain't Right" (featuring harmony vocals by the Wailers), as well as a duet by Rita and Bunny Livingston, "Bless You" were issued years later on the Lovers and Friends album . Together with the I Three, Bob Marley & the Wailers recorded the fine Natty Dread album in 1974 and many more, first rising to international superstardom in 1975 with "No Woman No Cry".