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  1. Toots & the Maytals - The Toots & the Maytals: The Essential Collection - wiracogongsittmebaskeserlimisjets.coinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Was My Number I Can T Believe It Sweet & Dandy Pee Pee Cluck Cluck Hold On She's My Scorcher One Eye Enos5/5(3).
  2. Nov 01,  · Original 7" releases: Track 3 previously on Doctor Bird DBA, track 2 previously on Pyramid PYRA, track 16 previously on Pyramid PYRB, track 33 previously on Pyramid PYRB, track 39 previously on Pyramid PYRA, track 15 previously on Pyramid PYRA, track 9 previously on Pyramid PYRA, track 26 previously on /5(2).
  3. When you're faced with another Toots & the Maytals compilation, the question isn't whether it's good. Of course it's good, and as long as it includes all of the really essential material (" Was My Number," " Monkey Man," "Do the Reggay," "Pomps and Pride," "Pressure Drop," etc.), it will probably be about as good as any other.
  4. Product description. 19 TRACKS: 1) Broadway Jungle 2) Bam Bam 3) Was My Number 4) Do The Reggay 5) Pressure Drop 6) That's My Number 7) Sweet & Dandy 8) Monkey Man 9) Pomp & Pride 10) In The Park 11) Funky Kingston 12) Time Tough 13) Reggae Got Soul 14) Never You Change 15) Living In The Ghetto 16) Never Get Weary 17) I've Got Dreams To Remember 18) Spiritual /5(45).
  5. The group celebrated Hibbert's freedom with the exuberant " Was My Number," an instant smash, and from that point on the group never looked back. With Leslie Kong at the helm, the Maytals unleashed an absolute deluge of singles, right up until the producer's death in and beyond, and the band was never out of the charts. A clutch of 9/
  6. Toots and The Maytals artist pic. Jamaican ska vocal group The Maytals became a reggae band , renamed Toots and The Maytals with Frederick "Toots" Hibbert as front figure. The band got a Grammy award for the album True Love. Funky Kingston in early 70s is on Rolling Stone's list The Greatest Albums of All Time.
  7. The song was originally released in by The Maytals as That's My Number. A new version (featuring a vocal and organ call-and-response intro) was released a year later by Toots & the Maytals as (with "Was My Number" sometimes added to the title). It has been anthologized repeatedly and the titles of several reggae anthologies.
  8. Song information for That's My Number - Toots & the Maytals on AllMusic. Song information for That's My Number - Toots & the Maytals on AllMusic Was My Number: Anthology, Sanctuary: The Definitive Collection. Trojan:

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