- Performer:The Heptones
- Title:Place Called Love/Changing Times
- Date of release:September 16, 1997
- Size FLAC version1412 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1990 megabytes
- Size WMA version1692 megabytes
- Formats:ADX VOC MP4 FLAC MPC WAV
Perfil: Comprised of lead vocalist, Leroy Sibbles and vocalists Earl Morgan and Barry Llewelyn, all natives of Kingston, Jamaica. Formed in the early 1960's and originally called The Hep Ones, the Heptones played a key role in the transition between ska and rocksteady. Signed by Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd shortly after their debut they stayed with Studio One until 1971. Chaffing under Dodd's control they left Studio One to work with Joe Gibbs and in 1973 teamed-up with Lee 'Scratch' Perry to update their sound
Round, Round Up And Down. B3. Giving Up On Love. Alto Saxophone – Tony Green (4). Bass – Bagga, Paul Hamilton (2), Robbie Shakespeare. Drums – Clevie Browne, Michael Richards, Sly Dunbar. Changing Times (LP, Album). Moving Target (2). MT 006. US. 1986. MTCD 006. The Heptones. Changing Times (CD, Album).
The Heptones remained at Studio One well into the reggae era, where they cut tunes such as "Message from a Black Man", "Love Won't Come Easy", "I Hold (Got) The Handle", "I Love You", and a successful cover version of "Suspicious Minds", then went on to record with Joe Gibbs and Harry J in the early 1970s. They had a big hit with "Book of Rules" (based on an American poem called "A Bag of Tools" by . It was one of the group's few songs not sung by Sibbles . In 1975, The Heptones signed an album deal with Island Records. Two albums resulted: Night Food in 1976 and Party Time in 1977. Night Food was produced by Danny Holloway, and featured several re-recorded Studio One classics, as well as originals such as "Country Boy" and "Mama Say". Changing Times (1986). A Place Called Love (1987). Sing Good Vibes (1988).
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While it spotlights the trademark smooth harmonies that have always been the strength of the Heptones in both incarnations, it also suffers from the same curious lapse of judgment that has dogged the post-Leroy Sibbles version of the group
Three Coins In A Fountain.
Better Days (Vinyl) 1978. Peace & Harmony - The Trojan Anthology CD1 2004. Meet The Now Generation 2009. Unreleased Night Food & Rare Black Ark Sessions 2005. 1. You Don't Know Me. 04:02.
5. Do You Really Want to Hurt Me. 0. Popular albums by this artist. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Changing Times (1986). Observer's Style (1994). a b "Rebel Love from The Heptones". Retrieved 2 May 2017. Homenaje Barry Llewellyn Pablo Huguet Monfort, Mone Monkey.
CreditsEddy Arnold - Composer
Sammy Cahn - Composer
Culture Club - Composer
B. Feldman - Composer
The Heptones - Primary Artist
Bob Marley - Composer
Michael Masser - Composer
Earl Morgan - Composer
Jule Styne - Composer
Cindy Walker - Composer
Cynthia Weil - Composer
|2||An African Child||The Heptones||4:27|
|3||Nah Lef Child||The Heptones||3:15|
|4||Gee Wee||The Heptones||3:11|
|5||A Place Called Love||The Heptones||3:04|
|6||Get up Chant||The Heptones||3:55|
|7||You Don't Know Me Eddy Arnold / Cindy Walker||The Heptones||3:59|
|8||Three Coins in the Fountain Sammy Cahn / Jule Styne||The Heptones||4:07|
|9||In My Time Michael Masser / Cynthia Weil||The Heptones||3:36|
|10||Young Lover||The Heptones||3:41|
|11||Do You Really Want to Hurt Me Culture Club||The Heptones||4:20|
|12||Some Day||The Heptones||3:42|
|13||Round, Round up and Down Earl Morgan||The Heptones||3:28|
|14||Giving up on Love B. Feldman||The Heptones||4:18|
|15||Thank You Lord Bob Marley||The Heptones||4:23|