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Slim Smith & The Uniques - My Conversation (1967 1973) FLAC
Slim Smith & The Uniques
My Conversation (1967 1973)
Rocksteady, Reggae
LG2 - 1037
FLAC size:
2447 mb
MP3 size:
1146 mb
WMA size:
2643 mb


1If It Don't Work Out2:21
2Love Affection2:02
3Please Don't Go2:32
4Girl Of My Dream2:46
5My Woman's Love
Written-By [Uncredited] – Curtis Mayfield
6Time Has Come4:12
7Will You Still Love Me2:50
8Three Times Seven2:14
9Keep That Light2:44
10Sitting In The Park3:09
11Stand Up And Fight
Written-By [Uncredited] – Eddie Floyd
12This Feeling2:54
13Let Me Go Girl2:43
14Version Of Love3:44
15Love Power2:41
16The Beatitude3:10
17Sunny Side Of The See2:34
18I'm Lost3:00
19Build My World Around You2:39
20Watch This Sound2:33
21Where Do I Turn3:40
22My Conversation3:19
23Give Me Some More Of Your Loving2:16


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LG2 - 1037Slim Smith & The Uniques Slim Smith & The Uniques - My Conversation ‎(CD, Comp)LagoonLG2 - 1037France1992


  • Alto SaxophoneLester Sterling
  • Bass"Bassie"
  • Cover [Front Cover By]Franck Jacques, Ja
  • DrumsWinston Grennan
  • GuitarBobby Aitken, Lyn Taitt
  • Harmony VocalsLloyd Charmers, Martin Riley
  • KeyboardsGladstone Anderson
  • Liner NotesFranck Jacques
  • ProducerBunny Lee
  • Tenor SaxophoneVal Bennett
  • TromboneVin Gordon
  • TrumpetJohnny Moore


© 1992 Esoldun ℗ 1992 Esoldun Made in France
Distribution Mélodie
Recorded at Dynamics Studio, Jamaica

On CD: "Made in France by PMDC"

According to liner notes:
"Woman's love" (track 2) is a cover of Curtis Mayfield/The Impressions
"Stand Up & Fight" (track 18) is a cover of Eddie Floyd


  • Barcode (String): 3307514403721
  • Barcode (Text): 3 307514 403721
  • Distribution Code: DK 016
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM SACD SGDL
  • Matrix / Runout: LG2_1037 00A L7 1A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L004
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0217


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Esoldun
  • Copyright (c) – Esoldun
  • Distributed By – Mélodie Distribution – 44037 - 2
  • Recorded At – Dynamic Sounds Studios
  • Made By – PMDC, France



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