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Termites, The

Lloyd Parks, Wentworth Vernal

Также известно как: Hermits, The, Termites
Члены группы Termites, The: Lloyd Parks, Wentworth Vernal

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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Facts Of Life / I'll Be Waiting 2 audio iTunes 1969 Camel
2 Push Push / Girls 2 audio iTunes 1968 New Beat Records
3 Do The Rock Steady 11 audio iTunes 1981 Studio One
4 I'll Be Waiting / The Night Doctor 2 audio iTunes 1969 Upsetter (2)
5 Drip Drop 2 audio iTunes 2011 Olympic (7)
6 Do The Rock Steady 12 audio iTunes Studio One
7 Mercy-Mr. Percy / Hot And Cold 2 audio iTunes 1967 Studio One
8 Do The Rock Steady 12 audio iTunes 1967 Studio One
9 We Gonna Make It / We Gonna Be Free 2 audio iTunes 2011
10 I'll Be Waiting / Return Of Django 2 audio iTunes 1968 Upsetter
11 Sign Up / Troubled Man 2 audio iTunes 1967 Coxsone Records
12 Do It Right Now / Stay 2 audio iTunes 1967 Coxsone Records
13 Mama Didn't Know / I Made A Mistake 2 audio iTunes 1968 Coxsone Records
14 It Take Two To Make Love / Beach Boy 2 audio iTunes 1967 Studio One

The career of The Termites was a pretty short one, even when [a=Lloyd Parks] stayed in reggae circus as a bass player and singer till today. The started around 1966. Their name came on after a joke when Vernal started to play the piano and found his "blocks" eaten by termites. Together they scored one big hit "Have Mercy Mr. Percy", a plea for leniency from a landlord. Furthermore they had a song on one of the most important rocksteady compilations [r=1102557]. The song "Last Love" got reissued on a lot of newer compilations. Their voices harmonized and fitted perfect over the slower rocksteady beats. They also includeda little doo-wop touch in their rhythms. Only a few of their recordings got versioned. They recorded an album for [l=Studio One] and also had distribution in the U.K. via [l=Pama Records] where they released "Show Me The Way/What Can I Do". Generally seen, they nearly worked exclusivly with producer [a=Clement "Coxsone" Dodd], before they changed to a independent label called Dampa. Their last song was "Push It Up", then they spit up. Wentworth Vernal left the music scene. He still lives in Jamaica, Lloyd Parks continued over years.


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