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  1. Get all the lyrics to songs by The Jolly Boys and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  2. The Jolly Boys - Great Expectation (Ft. Albert Minott)(CDM) 01 - The Passenger 02 - Perfect Day 03 - Rehab (Album Version) 04 - Nightclubbing 05 - Hangin On The Telephone 06 - Do It Again 07 - Riders On The Storm 08 - Golden Brown 09 - I Fought The Law 10 - Ring Of Fire 11 - Blue Monday 12 - You Cant Always Get What You Want.
  3. Jun 30,  · Albert Minott, lead singer of the Portland based Jolly Boys mento band from , has died. He passed peacefully sitting on his veranda in Port Antonio.. Minott, who was born on September 14, , was 78 years old. Dale Virgo, road manager for the enduring mento band, related that Minott had suffered from respiratory problems for some time.
  4. Jun 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Jolly Boys - Great Balls of Fire ft. Albert Minott YouTube The Jolly Boys' - Should i stay or Should i go (cover) - .
  5. May 03,  · This is the best record of the year and Minott is the best male vocalist of the decade. The Jolly Boys deserve a best vocalist Grammy, best cover song Grammy, best album Grammy, best all around Grammy and those who value solid music with raw power and hair-raising soulfulness deserve to honor their ears with this one/5(34).
  6. Listen to Great Expectation by The Jolly Boys on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  7. release from the Jamaican Mento legends. Great Expectation is a stunning album of Mento interpretations of contemporary songs including 'I Fought the Law', 'Hanging on the Telephone', 'Rehab', 'Ring of Fire' and 'You Can't Always Get What You Want'. The Jolly Boys formed in the '50s but didn't achieve worldwide success until the '80s and '90s/5(33).
  8. Jul 24,  · Named by Errol Flynn in the s, the Jolly Boys were once the toast of Jamaica. Now, after nearly five decades playing second fiddle to reggae, the band are enjoying a remarkable revival.

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