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Performer: Trevor Roper
Genre: Reggae
Title: Do You Believe
Released: 1991
FLAC version ZIP size: 1159 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1229 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1556 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 752

Trevor Roper 1953 - 2013 Beloved swim coach and international reggae star Oswald "Trevor" Roper, 59, longtime resident of Chicago’s North Shore and formerly of Kingston, Jamaica, passed away on Jan. 2, surrounded by family and friends, after a courageous battle with cancer. Do You Believe ‎(7").

Album: Do You Believe. Musician: Trevor Roper. Do You Believe (Version). Arranged By – P. Burrell. Executive-Producer – C & A Ferguson, P. Mastered By – Geovanni. Producer – P. Written-By – Trevor Roper.

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Trevor-Roper was a young Oxford don given wartime leave to assist the intelligence services. He studied radio intercepts and tracked the turf wars of German Army Intelligence and the SS. After the war, to forestall a posthumous Hitler cult, on one hand, and to refute Soviet claims that Hitler was alive and being secretly rehabilitated by the Western Allies for a renewed anti-Soviet crusade, on the other, Trevor-Roper was assigned, in September 1945, to establish the facts of Hitler’s last days and death. It also dispels any myths surrounding Hitler disappearance and death. If you do read this book it is vital you read the prefaces of this book, they explain a lot about the content and its context.

shengwuchang Trevor going back to the style I adore. Have to play the whole thing every time I'm in my car driving.

Would You Believe? is an album by the Hollies, released in 1966. The album features a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's "I Am a Rock," which displayed a progression for the band at the time with the rise of folk rock. However, Would You Believe? also features covers of Buddy Holly's "Take Your Time" and Chuck Berry's "Sweet Little Sixteen", though R&B and blues covers were becoming passé by 1966. Also included is the Evie Sands cover "I Can't Let Go", which became a major hit for the Hollies.

Trevor-Roper is a surname of British origin. The component Trevor either derives from the personal name Trevor or is a Welsh locational surname, named after places in Wales called tref, meaning "homestead" or "settlement". Roper is an occupational surname for a maker or seller of rope. The name may refer to: Hugh Trevor-Roper (1914–2003), British historian. Patrick Trevor-Roper (1916–2004), British doctor and gay rights activist. YouTube Encyclopedic. (2/5) Timewatch Hitlers Death the Final Report World War II. ✪ Richard Davenport-Hines on the varied life of Hugh Trevor-Roper. Great Historians that I Have Known - Professor Sir Richard Evans FBA. Transcription.

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A Do You Believe
B Do You Believe (Version)

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Dynamic Sounds Recording Co. Ltd.


  • Arranged By – P. Burrell*
  • Executive-Producer – C & A Ferguson*, P. Burrell*
  • Mastered By [Vinyl Cut] – Geovanni
  • Producer – P. Burrell*
  • Written-By – Trevor Roper

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: D.S.R. ASIDE - 12714 - DO U BELIEVE - GEOVANNI
  • Matrix / Runout: D.S.R. BSIDE - 12715 - VER. GEOVANNI