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Walk Away From Love - Frankie Paul - Give Me That Feeling (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Strange Feeling on Discogs.
  2. Frankie paul - Walk away from love by pestplayer. Frankie Paul - Only You (Baby Baby) by dancecrasher. Frankie Paul - Tell Me Why by Roackas8. frankie paul rough neck soldier by rdk Frankie Paul Give We What We Want by dokoteramiranda. Could It Be Love - Frankie Paul by la indiia.
  3. Paul Blake, widely recognized as Frankie Paul, was a Jamaican reggae artist. He was born on October 19, in Jamaica. Though he was born blind, after an operation he got his eyesight partially restored. He has been dubbed by some as “The Jamaican Stevie Wonder.” Stevie Wonder was a well-known singer at the time [ ].
  4. Apr 22,  · Walk Away from Love was produced by Van McCoy and reached number nine on the Pop chart. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a .
  5. Find Frankie Paul credit information on AllMusic. The dancehall reggae singer/multi-instrumentalist whose string of hits began in the '80s and went on for decades.
  6. I'm gonna walk away from love (Walk away from love) Before love breaks my heart I'm gonna walk away from love Gonna walk away, gonna walk away Gonna walk away, gonna walk away Ooh you're clinging to me tighter Than you ever have before, I don't understand it But I know it's gonna take everything I've got To keep walking out the door.
  7. Frankie Paul, real name Paul Blake (born 19 October , Kingston, Jamaica – died 18 May , Kingston, Jamaica) was a Jamaican dancehall reggae artist. Born almost blind, he was dubbed by some 'The Jamaican Stevie Wonder'.
  8. Okay collection of Frankie Paul tunes. His more recent tunes have lacked the powerful blend of his soulful passionate powerful voice, love lost/gain lyrics, with music that does not sound like it is backed by the same tinny drum machine (that insults his musical expression). Check deeper for 80s BBC ballads. So Soon We Change, etc.3/5(1).

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