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Clement Gordon - Better Day's Are Comming album flac


Performer: Clement Gordon
Genre: Reggae
Title: Better Day's Are Comming
Released: 1997
Style: Dub, Dub Poetry, Calypso, Ragga
FLAC version ZIP size: 1447 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1304 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1549 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 457
Other Formats: ASF APE MOD AC3 AU AAC AA

Better Day is the forty-third studio album by American country recording artist Dolly Parton. It was released on June 28, 2011, as the second album from her Dolly Records label. Better Day contains entirely original material, her first since Hungry Again

John Clement Gordon (1644–1726), originally just John Gordon, bishop of Galloway, was born in Scotland on 1644, and was a member of the Gordon family of Coldwells, near Ellon in Buchan, Aberdeenshire. He became a chaplain in the Royal Navy and then royal chaplain "at New York in America", by which time he was a Doctor of Theology; when, on a vacancy in the see of Galloway, a congé d'élire in his favour was issued 3 December 1687. After this Gordon received the sacrament of confirmation, and Pope Clement XI conferred on him the tonsure, giving him the benefice of the abbey of St. Clement, by reason of which Gordon commonly went by the name of the Abate Clemente. He died at Rome in 1726. Gordon was resident in the Papal States when James VIII/III went there with his court in 1717. He is often thought to be the author of a controversial piece entitled Pax Vobis, or Gospel Liberty, but that attribution is now considered unlikely.

Clement 'Jahba' Gordon has been a singer-songwriter since the late '60s and is still going strong as he releases his latest single, 'Problems'. Written by Leroy Brown, the song references the type of people who "nah tek nuh chat" because they already know it all and refuse to listen to anyone else's input. The music veteran has performed in venues across the United States and Canada

John Clement Gordon (1644–1726), originally just John Gordon, bishop of Galloway, was born in Scotland on 1644, and was a member of the Gordon family of Coldwells, near Ellon in Buchan, Aberdeenshire.

Clément Gordon was born to Albert Gordon and Irene Gordon (born Lavallée). Clément had 3 siblings: Roger Gordon and 2 other siblings. Clément Gordon 1830Clément Gordon, born Circa 1830. Clément Gordon was born circa 1830. Clément lived on month day 1852, at address.

Tracklist

1 Better Day's Are Comming 3:00
2 Better Day's Are Comming Dub 3:00

Notes

Karl Mullins produced
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