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Stir It Up - The Black Sorrows - Stir It Up (CD)

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  1. Stir it up [Single-CD] Anything by The Black sorrows is great and this is just a fantastic sample of their energy and verve and joy. Joe Camilleri is simply one of the best vocalists and band leaders in the last few decades in Australia. There is magic and genius in his music, so if you haven't listened to him, grab this ep and have a ball! 5/5(1).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Black Sorrows - Stir It Up at Discogs. Complete your The Black Sorrows collection/5(3).
  3. " Stir It Up " is a song composed by Bob Marley in and first recorded by his group The Wailers that year and issued as a single. The song was later covered by American singer Johnny Nash on his album I Can See Clearly Now. The following year, Marley and the Wailers re-recorded the song for their album Catch a Rocksteady (proto-Reggae).
  4. The Black Sorrows - Stir It Up Lyrics. You hazta strom weet da reggae fil mon! Stir it up, little darlin' stir it up. Stir it up, little darlin' stir it up. It's been a long, lon.
  5. Jul 31,  · Facts about “Stir It Up” Since the song’s release in the s, several musicians have covered it, most notably Johnny Nash, Haddaway and The Black Sorrows. This was the first Marley song to become a hit outside his home country of Jamaica. Marley never made a music video for Stir It Up.
  6. Stir It Up: Hey Mama: Rise And Fall: Better Times: Bone Man: Brown Eyed Girl: Chained To The Wheel: Come On, Come On: Snake Skin Shoes: Stella: Corrine Corrina: Fire Down Below: Promised Land: Down To The Sea: Ain't Love The Strangest Thing: Angel Street:
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Very Best of the Black Sorrows - The Black Sorrows on AllMusic - AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice Stir It Up. Bob Marley. The Black Sorrows. Amazon:
  8. STIR IT UP Many times in the scriptures we are warned of the danger of becoming satisfied, and stagnate The preventative that God gives us is to keep ourselves stirred up. (GW) You received a gift from God when I placed my hands on you {to ordain you}. Now I’m reminding you to fan that gift into flames..

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