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Delroy Wilson - Confrence Table album download
Roots Reggae
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    Confrence Table
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    Roots Reggae
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    1824 megabytes
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    1863 megabytes
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    1546 megabytes
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Delroy George Wilson CD (5 October 1948 – 6 March 1995) was a Jamaican ska, rocksteady and reggae singer. Wilson is often regarded as Jamaica's first child star, having first found success as a teenager. His son Karl 'Konan' Wilson has found success as part of British duo Krept and Konan. Delroy Wilson began his recording career at the age of thirteen, while still a pupil at Boys Town Primary School. Wilson released his first single "Emy Lou" in 1962 for record producer, Clement "Coxsone" Dodd

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Delroy Wilson, a reggae singer and reggae music pioneer, began recording at age 13. In 1994, Wilson was recognized by a special plaque awarded him by the Jamaican government for his enduring legacy to Jamaican music. The singer continued recording sporadically during the early '90s, having fallen into a coma shortly before his death, due to problems associated with alcohol abuse, he died March 6, 1995 in Jamaica at age 46 of complications from cirrhosis of the liver.


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  • Producer – Bunny Lee