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Riley's son Tarrus followed him into music and the success of Tarrus gave a boost to Jimmy's career. They performed together several times, headlining a number of festivals including the Ocho Rios Seafood Festival in 2007 In September 2013 he released the album Contradiction, that featured guest appearances from his son Tarrus, Sizzla, and Fantan Moja.
Truthfully, Riley is probably best appreciated in a group context, where his sweet voice and knack for harmonies comes across strongest. Still, 20 Classic Hits is pleasant and professional and covers the highlights of his early solo years in competent fashion. Put the People First.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Shanachie (catalog number shanachie 43005). This album was released in 1982 year. The album included the following session artists: Arranged By, Written-By.
Put The People First (1982), Shanachie. Let Me Love You (1984), Woorell Records. Jimmy Riley (real name James Norman Riley) was born in Jonestown on 22 May 1954, but grew up in Kingston’s Waterhouse district and attended Kingston Senior School along with Slim Smith. When Smith had success in The Techniques, Riley hung around with the group hoping to join, but was limited to carrying things for them and helping out with harmonies. He decided to form his own group, The Sensations, along with Cornell Campbell, Buster Riley (brother of The Techniques’ Winston Riley), and Aaron Dego Davis. In 2011 Black Scorpio released the album Loving You, which in September 2013 was followed by the album Contradiction, featuring guest appearances from his son Tarrus, Sizzla, and Fantan Mojah. Sources : Wikepedia & Sleevenotes Live It To Know It .
Put the People First 1982. Rate It Awful Very Poor Poor Average Good Great Excellent Superb Classic. Rydim Driven, Love & Devotion 1981.
Jimmy Riley's album release in 2008 Sly and Robbie Presents Jimmy Riley: Pull Up Selector saw him again working with Sly & Robbie, and features Tarrus on the title track, which was also released as a single in 2008. In September 2013 he released the album Contradiction, that featured guest appearances from his son Tarrus, Sizzla, and Fantan Mojah. He died on the morning of 23 March 2016 in New York from cancer, aged 68. Discography. Rydim Driven (1981), Taxi aka Love & Devotion (2000), Rhino. Put The People First (1982), Shanachie. Magic (1984), Imp. World for Everyone (1985).
CreditsBill Giolando - Digital Mastering
Anita Karl - Cover Design, Hand Lettering
Mark Peters - Cover Photo
Jimmy Riley - Primary Artist, Vocals