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Phillip Fraser - Where Are All My Brethern Gone album

  • Performer: Phillip Fraser
  • Genre: Reggae
  • Title: Where Are All My Brethern Gone
  • Style: Dancehall
  • Country: Jamaica
  • MP3 version size: 1264 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1318 mb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Description

Even after all these years the song still holds true.

On July 26, 1956, the House of Representatives voted 373 to 9 to cite Pete Seeger and seven others (including playwright Arthur Miller) for contempt, as they.

Release data: This album was released on the label Reggae Master International (catalog number none). Format of the release is. Vinyl, 7". 45 RPM. In the creation of this album was attended by guest artists: Producer.

Produced by Gregg Wattenberg. Album The World from the Side of the Moon. Gone, Gone, Gone Lyrics. When life leaves you high and dry I'll be at your door tonight If you need help, if you need help I'll shut down the city lights I'll lie, cheat, I'll beg and bribe. To make you well, to make you well.

Phillip Fraser was born 1951 in the Whitfield Town area in Kingston. During his late teens he felt the inspiration of Rastafari and joined the Rastafarian community. He was influenced and inspired to sing by the late Slim Smith. He and Bertram Browm founded the legendary Freedom Sounds label, an imprint that was designed to promote forthright dealings in the industry and it enrolled top-class performers including Earl Zero, Michael Prophet, Sammy Dread, Prince Allah, Rod Taylor and Soul Syndicate. Phillip Fraser was born 1951 in the Whitfield Town area in Kingston.

Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" is a modern folk-style song. The melody and the first three verses were written by Pete Seeger in 1955 and published in Sing Out! magazine. Additional verses were added in May 1960 by Joe Hickerson, who turned it into a circular song. In 2010, the New Statesman listed it as one of the "Top 20 Political Songs".

Gone, Gone, Gone" from the album was released as a single on February 11, 2013. Gone, Gone, Gone" was also used as the twelfth season's "send-off" song, played as the backing track for the montages that highlight each week's eliminated finalist. The song was also used in the film, The Amazing Spider Man-2. Phillip Phillips capped off 2013 with a nomination from the American Music Awards for Best New Artist.

Fraser watched this daily, this big, silvery horse being taunted by the sleeker horses around him. And I thought, All right, I got a job for you if you want it. He put the horse on a trailer, Durango to Juarez. Quarantine in El Paso. Fraser lives down a dirt road, in a tall, angular house with a wide lawn that descends to a glittering lake. As he parks his car, he begins removing items from it: a black leather satchel, a riding helmet, a hunting bow. Can you just grab those hatchets? he asks. There are two of them. I do. Inside, his house is dark wood, open, with windows that look out onto his backyard-hammock, soccer goal, trampoline, tetherball, zip line, swimming pool. I love forests and the seasons an. urning wood, he says.

Gone, Gone, Gone (Phillip Phillips song). Gone, Gone, Gone" is a song recorded by American recording artist Phillip Phillips from his debut album The World from the Side of the Moon. It was released on February 11, 2013 by Interscope Records as the second single from the album. The song was co-written by Derek Fuhrmann, Todd Clark, and Gregg Wattenberg, Wattenberg also produced the song himself

Tracklist

A Where Are All My Brethern Gone
B Version

Credits

  • Producer – Raphael Grey*

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
REG 016 Phillip Fraser Where Are All My Brethren Gone ‎(7") Reggae Master International REG 016 Jamaica Unknown