2019 release. For The Many is the Birmingham reggae veterans' nineteenth studio album - their first since 2013's Getting Over The Storm - and features UB40's founding members Robin Campbell (co-vocals/Guitar), Brian Travers (saxophone/keyboards), Jimmy Brown (drums), Earl Falconer (bass/keyboards/vocals) and Norman Hassan (percussion/vocals), alongside long-time members Duncan Campbell (vocals), Martin Meredith (saxophone), Laurence Parry (trumpet) and Tony Mullings (keyboards). The album features guest appearances from Birmingham rapper Gilly G, who features on 'Moonlight Lover' and Jamaican artist/producer Kabaka Pyramid on 'Broken Man'. UB40 are reunited with reggae deejays/artists Pablo Rider on 'I'm Alright Jack' and Slinger on 'Gravy Train', both of whom appeared on the band's 1985 album Baggariddim. The album's closing track 'All We Do Is Cry' sees the band collaborate again with British Asian urban musician Hunterz.
2019 release. For The Many is the Birmingham reggae veterans' nineteenth studio album - their first since 2013's Getting Over The Storm - and features UB40's founding members Robin Campbell (co-vocals/Guitar), Brian Travers (saxophone/keyboards), Jimmy Brown (drums), Earl Falconer (bass/keyboards/vocals) and Norman Hassan (percussion/vocals), alongside long-time members Duncan Campbell (vocals), Martin Meredith (saxophone), Laurence Parry (trumpet) and Tony Mullings (keyboards). The album features guest appearances from Birmingham rapper Gilly G, who features on 'Moonlight Lover' and Jamaican artist/producer Kabaka Pyramid on 'Broken Man'. UB40 are reunited with reggae deejays/artists Pablo Rider on 'I'm Alright Jack' and Slinger on 'Gravy Train', both of whom appeared on the band's 1985 album Baggariddim. The album's closing track 'All We Do Is Cry' sees the band collaborate again with British Asian urban musician Hunterz.
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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 03/15/2019
UPC: 762184437828

For The Many [Import]
Artist: UB40
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. The Keeper (Lead Vox: Robin Campbell)
2. Broken Man Feat. Kabaka Pyramid (Lead Vox: Norman Hassan)
3. Gravy Train Feat. Slinger (Lead Vox: Duncan Campbell)
4. I'm Alright Jack Feat. Pablo Rider (Lead Vox: Duncan Campbell)
5. Moonlight Lover Feat. Gilly G (Lead Vox: Norman Hassan)
6. You Haven't Called (Lead Vox: Duncan Campbell)
7. What Happened to Ub40 (Lead Vox: Earl Falconer)
8. Bulldozer (Lead Vox: Earl Falconer)
9. Poor Fool (Lead Vox: Duncan Campbell)
10. All We Do Is Cry Feat. Hunterz (Lead Vox: Norman Hassan)

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2019 release. For The Many is the Birmingham reggae veterans' nineteenth studio album - their first since 2013's Getting Over The Storm - and features UB40's founding members Robin Campbell (co-vocals/Guitar), Brian Travers (saxophone/keyboards), Jimmy Brown (drums), Earl Falconer (bass/keyboards/vocals) and Norman Hassan (percussion/vocals), alongside long-time members Duncan Campbell (vocals), Martin Meredith (saxophone), Laurence Parry (trumpet) and Tony Mullings (keyboards). The album features guest appearances from Birmingham rapper Gilly G, who features on 'Moonlight Lover' and Jamaican artist/producer Kabaka Pyramid on 'Broken Man'. UB40 are reunited with reggae deejays/artists Pablo Rider on 'I'm Alright Jack' and Slinger on 'Gravy Train', both of whom appeared on the band's 1985 album Baggariddim. The album's closing track 'All We Do Is Cry' sees the band collaborate again with British Asian urban musician Hunterz.