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Rest In Peace Ronnie Davis...what an amazing album to leave with us before flying away home. A must have Reggae acoustic album from "The Itals" legend. This is the BEST unplugged album ever.

Iyahcoustic Extra Classic!

A classic beyond exceptional ! True roots reggae from its rockers birth played in an organic unplugged beautification of reggae at its musical best and left as a gift and legend as the artist realized the best and tear inspiring song of the album, "want to go home"
"I haven't a cent to pay 'cause I was brought here free so I got to go home where the milk and honey flow.."
Thank you For a instrumental, lyrical classic of classics!


Born: July, 1950 in Savanna-la-Mar, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in the Jamaican coastal village of Savanna La Mar, Ronnie Davis became a member of the popular rocksteady vocal group the Tennors in 1967. With one of the group's two vocalists, George "Clive" Murphy, serving as mentor, he soon took over lead vocal duties for the band. Over the next four years, he appeared on more than 50 tunes released by Treasure Isle, Gay Feet, Prince Buster, Dynamic, and the band's own Tennors label. With the Tennors' disbanding, as rocksteady evolved into reggae, Davis...
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Iyahcoustic, Ronnie Davis
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Reggae, Music, World
  • Released: Aug 19, 2016

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