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Highland "Dobby" Dobson OD (1942 – July 21, 2020) was a Jamaican singer and record producer, nicknamed "The Loving Pauper" after one of his best known songs.

Albums

  • Wonderful Sound (1970), Success
  • Strange (1970), Pama
  • God Bless Our Love, Straker's
  • Baby I'm Yours (1977), WIRL/Double-D
  • Something Old Something New (1977), Double-D
  • Sweet Dreams (1978), Federal
  • Dobby Dobson (1978), Gorgon
  • Oh God, Are You Satisfied (1978), United Artists
  • Sweet Christmas (1978), Top Ranking (featuring Ringo)
  • Lovers Roots (198?), Success – split with Rupie Edwards
  • Nothing But Love Songs Vol.3 (1980), Pioneer International
  • For Lovers Everywhere (1983), K&K
  • Sweet Dream Again! Volume 2, Pioneer International
  • Love You Thru It All, Studio One
  • History For Lovers (1990), Shelly's
  • At Last (1994), Angella
  • If I Only Had Time (1997), Angella
  • Hide Under The Bed (2001), Innerbeat
  • Lovers Prayer (2005)
  • Those Days are Gone (2006)
  • He Knows My Heart (2008), Dobby Dobson
  • Tomorrow (2007), Dobby Dobson
  • Love Songs for Jesus (2008), Dobby Dobson
  • You Raised Me Up
  • A Songs For Everyone (2011), MVD
  • I'm Just a Nobody (2012)
  • Desperation (2012), Dobby Dobson
Compilations
  • Through The Years (1991), Studio One
  • Best of Dobby Dobson (1997), Super Power
  • Greatest Hits (1997), Sonic Sounds
  • The Vintage Series (2000), VP
  • The Best of Dobby Dobson (2001), TP




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