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Dobby dobson - endlessly / your new love


Listeners might never imagine a combination of doo wop and reggae until they listen to this Dobby Dobson CD. He only really combines the two styles on "Baby Make It Soon"; the others are either one or the other. The Bee Gees ' "Words," as well as "Mexican Divorce," "Halfway to Paradise," "Loving Pauper," and "Endlessly" are definitely reggae, while "This Is My Story," "Sweet Dreams," "Diamonds & Pearls," and some others owe their soul to doo wop. Then there's "Cry a Little Cry," something Dick Clark would have played on American Bandstand. On some tunes, including Smokey Robinson and Bobby Rogers ' "What Love Has Joined Together," he phrases like Smokey , sounding similar but meatier. This is a versatile collection of songs that Dobson executes well; if you like variety, this one's for you.


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