Desmond Dekker - 007 Shanty Town video free download


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Uploaded: 2008/03/07

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2 years ago

Arthur Silva

Sweet sounds of early reggae music!

2 years ago

Ron Roberts

reggae is easy liseining tunes

2 years ago

Martin Percox

Saw DDATA at Walsall town hall in 196... always a fan

2 years ago

Chris Kosek

Such a great sound... Just can't get enough

2 years ago

Pascal O'Mahony

A Classic....."Dem rude boys come up the town," "Dem'a loot, dem'a shoot, dem'a wail"

2 years ago

Leslie sylvester

All these guyz got ripped of didnt get the money for their work business as usual in the Caribbean great track we all profit from good music some more than others

2 years ago

Absolute Thinker

The magnificent.

2 years ago

Music Selection

Desmond Dekker - 007 Shanty Town #reggaemusic #shantytown #rudeboy #chillout 

3 years ago

Timmy Cooper

This is Ska!

3 years ago

RudeGirl

Crossroads, Kingston,1960s blaring from the record shops..................

3 years ago

Edmond Forster

The father of Reggae,called Ska.

3 years ago

chogokin666

Simply the finest song ever written. God bless DD RIP.

3 years ago

belisario guerra

Original: Desmond Dekker and The Aces ( Jamaica ) - 007 ( Shanty town ) ( Desmond Dekker ) ( 1967 ). Covers: Las 4 Monedas ( Venezuela ) - Buena suerte ( 1969 ). Gabriela ( Peru ) - Buena suerte ( 19?? ).

3 years ago

Peter John

I remember this for when I was young memories. 

3 years ago

William Parsons

Just found this CD today for a buck at goodwill ,very good compilation

3 years ago

dave Drolett

Love this older style of Caribbean island music.

3 years ago

Dale Smart

the plan is too segregate the poor n put em a warsaw ghetto type thing under two new governments ..so dont worry they will soon change the human rights under these two governments..so u got none/......

3 years ago

Dale Smart

Julian house homeless Bath dis is England

3 years ago

PODMTHC

lol that amazon fire tv commercial is really gonna piss somebody off, to the point of not buying it, but by breaking it with a sledge hammer when its seen in the store

3 years ago

Malcolm Coghill

This one, especially, is dedicated to all the victims of gang violence in Jamaica whose kids will never see their parents as some gangster murdered them

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