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Published 06.11.2019 by

The First Cut Is The Deepest - Dawn Penn - No, No, No (CD, Album)

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  1. Tautilar said:
    Dawn Penn (born in in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae singer. She first had a short career during the rocksteady era, between and , but is most known for her single "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)" which became a worldwide hit in Dawn Penn's earliest recordings were composed and written by her around using session musicians.
    13.11.2019
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  2. Kagagar said:
    Listen to your favorite songs from No, No, No by Dawn Penn Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
    08.11.2019
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  3. Nirisar said:
    You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) (Extended Mix) Written-By – Dawn Penn: 4: Night And Day Backing Vocals – Clevie Brownie* Written-By – H. Swaby* 5: My Love Takes Over Backing Vocals – Sharon Forrester Written-By – Clive Hunt, Dawn Penn, Dylan Powe: 6: The First Cut Is The Deepest Backing Vocals – Clevie Brownie 4/5(18).
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  4. Meztishicage said:
    No, No, No, an Album by Dawn Penn. Released on Big Beat (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Dancehall, Contemporary R&B.
    07.11.2019
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  5. Guzil said:
    No, No, No is the debut album by a Jamaican reggae singer Dawn Penn, released in The album was released nearly 30 years after Penn embarked on a recording career, following up the worldwide success of her single " You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) ". .
    10.11.2019
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  6. Zulukasa said:
    Dawn Penn No, No, No I Want A Love I Can See I'm Sorry You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) [Extended Mix] Night And Day My Loves Takes Over The First Cut Is The Deepest I'll Do It Again Hurt Samfi Boy Keep In Touch My Man Blue Yes Blue /5(24).
    10.11.2019
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  7. Salabar said:
    [A Dbm Db Abm Eb Ab] Chords for Dawn Penn- NO NO NO (Original) with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
    07.11.2019
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  8. Keran said:
    To be sure, "The First Cut Is the Deepest," "Keep in Touch," and a cover of Smokey Robinson 's "I Want a Love I Can See" are a lot slicker, glossier, and more produced than Penn 's Studio One recordings of the late s. But the rocksteady influence is prominent nonetheless. Although No, No, No isn't as strong as it could have been, it's a respectable, decent effort, and it certainly is nice to see 6/
    08.11.2019
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