Myrna Hague - Melody Life album download
|First Cut Is The Deepest|
|Best Thing That Ever Happened|
|A Song I'd Like To Sing|
|For All We Know|
|Our Day Will Come|
|How Could I Live|
|Time After Time|
|Touch Me Baby|
|On A Clear Day|
|What About Me|
|SOL 1124, SOLP 1124||Myrna Hague||Melody Life (LP, Album)||Studio One, Studio One||SOL 1124, SOLP 1124||US||Unknown|
|SOL 1124||Myrna Hague||Melody Life (LP, Album)||Coxsone Records||SOL 1124||Jamaica||Unknown|
|SOL 1124||Myrna Hague||Melody Life (LP, Album)||Studio One||SOL 1124||Jamaica||Unknown|
|SOL 1124||Myrna Hague||Melody Life (LP, Album, RE)||Studio One||SOL 1124||Jamaica||Unknown|
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A2. First Cut Is The Deepest. Melody Life (LP, Album). Studio One. SOL 1124.
Melody Life (LP, Album). Studio One, Studio One. Sol 1124, solp 1124.
Myrna Hague-Bradshaw, better known as Myrna Hague, known as "Jamaica's First Lady of Jazz", is a Jamaican lovers rock and jazz singer and actress, who recorded for Coxsone Dodd's Studio One. Contents. Hague's career began in the mid-1960s. She performed at jazz venues in London and recorded for Studio One, notably the Melody Life album Hague is a member of the board of the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), and a former tutor at the Jamaica School of Music.
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Cat: 8447 Released: 1 March, 2017 Genre: Roots/Lovers Rock. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
Myrna Hague's Melody Life album is an unusual project for the lady who is much more easily identified with jazz than reggae. Among the tracks on the 1972 Studio One album are Melody Life, First Cut Is The Deepest, Our Day Will Come, How Could I Live, What About Me, Time After Time and On a Clear Day. Some of the songs, remakes of already popular R 'n' B numbers, were recorded by other Jamaican artistes, Norma Fraser and Kashief Lindo notably also doing First Cut is the Deepest and the Dwight Pinkney-penned How Could I Live is a major hit for Dennis Brown. Hague tells The Sunday.