To Be A Lover  

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"To Be a Lover" is a music album performed by George Faith, in a Lee Perry production, released in 1977 by Island Records. It featured a cover of William Bell's U.S. hit record "I Forgot To Be Your Lover"[1] (1968) which was amended as the title tune for his 1977 LP, "To Be A Lover". the critics, and is regarded as a polished and smooth version of the Black Ark Studio productions.


Track listing

1. I've Got The Groove 2. Opportunity 3. The Hand Of Time 4. There's A Train 5. Midnight Hour 6. To Be A Lover 7. Diana 8. So Fine

Discography

  • LP: Black Swan ILPS9504, 1977
  • LP: Mango MPLS9504, 1977




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