|A||Miss Labba Labba|
|B||Best Is Yet To Come|
|GD 4007||Twinkle Brothers||Miss Labba Labba (7", Single)||Green Door||GD 4007||UK||1970|
|GD 4007||Twinkle Brothers||Miss Labba Labba (7", Single, Sol)||Green Door||GD 4007||UK||1970|
|JP 777||Twinkle Bros.*||Miss Labba-Labba / Best Is Yet To Come (7", Single)||Jackpot||JP 777||Jamaica||1971|
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Miss Labba Labba and Worldwide Love were probably the most popular tunes out of those songs. They went on to work with Phil Pratt cutting No Big Thing and Friends, before Norman decided to take on the producing of the group for himself. In 1973 a small success came with Village Ram. Both tunes used rhythms from the Twinkle Brothers first album issued by Grounation titled Rasta Pon Top By this time, 1975, the group had expanded to include Albert Green, better known as Bongo Asher on Congoes. Paul Hurlock on lead guitar, Glen Stair on Organ, Eric Bernard on piano and Austin (Allah) Williams on percussion.
Lullaby Versions of ABBA. Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star. 2. The Winner Takes It All. Benny Andersson.
ABBA is the third (second internationally) studio album by the Swedish pop group of the same name. It was originally released on 21 April 1975 through Polar Music and featured the hits "Mamma Mia" and "SOS". Following the Eurovision success of "Waterloo", ABBA saw the band gaining worldwide recognition. I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" topped the charts in Australia, as did "Mamma Mia" shortly after. SOS" and "Mamma Mia" became hits in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
Home Roots Reggae/Lovers Rock/One Drop . Twinkle. Format: 7" Cat: NG 166 Released: 01 Jan 90 Genre: Roots/Lovers Rock.