Wailing Souls

Wailing Souls

Also known as W. Souls, Wail Souls, Wailin Souls, Wailing Soul, Wailing Soul & Ranking Trevor, Wailing Soul, The, Wailing Souls, The, Wailing Souls,The, Wailing Sound, Walling Souls, The
Members of Wailing Souls: Lloyd "Bread" McDonald, Rudolph "Garth" Dennis, Winston "Pipe" Matthews

Discography of Wailing Souls:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Electric Avenue / Shark Attack

2 mp3 2002-01-00 Not On Label
2

All Over The World

5 mp3 1992 Columbia
3

All Over The World

4 mp3 1992 Chaos Recordings
4

Mr. Fire Coal Man

2 mp3 1978 Studio One
5

Back Out

2 mp3 Coxsone Records
6

All Over The World

3 mp3 1992 Columbia
7

Inchpinchers

10 mp3 1982 Greensleeves Records
8

Water Pumpee / Shall Up

2 mp3 1983 Greensleeves Records
9

Bounce Back

2 mp3 1983 Greensleeves Records
10

They Don't Know Jah / Sticky Stay

2 mp3 1982 Greensleeves Records
11

Equality

12 mp3 2002 Jahmin' Records
12

Fire House Rock

10 mp3 1981 Greensleeves Records
13

On The Rocks

10 mp3 1983 Greensleeves Records
14

Stranded

10 mp3 1984 Greensleeves Records
15

The Wailing Souls

10 mp3 1975 Studio One
16

Reggae Ina Firehouse

10 mp3 1992 Live & Learn Records
17

Kingdom Rise Kingdom Fall

2 mp3 1980 Greensleeves Records
18

Who No Waan Come / Unfaithful Children

2 mp3 1981 Greensleeves Records
19

Wild Suspense

10 mp3 1979 Island Records
20

War / Jah Give Us Life Dont Feel No Way

2 mp3 1978 Greensleeves Records
21

Fire House Rock

10 mp3 1982
22

Wailing

9 mp3 1981 Jah Guidance
23

Very Well / Skylarking

3 mp3 Channel One Gold
24

Diamonds & Pearls / Sister Pearl

2 mp3 1982 Greensleeves Records
25

Shark Attack

6 mp3 1992 Chaos Recordings
26

They Don't Know Jah / A Day Will Come

2 mp3 2007 Volcano
27

Up Front / See Baba Joe

2 mp3 2007 Volcano
28

Row Fisherman Row / Thou Shall Not Steal

2 mp3 1970 Banana (2)
29

Take We Back / Yard Oh

2 mp3 1982 Jah Guidance
30

Wailing Souls

10 mp3 Studio One
31

Stormy Night

10 mp3 1989 Rohit International Records
32

All Over The World

3 mp3 1992
33

Soul & Power

11 mp3 1982
34

Lay It On The Line

8 mp3 1986 Live & Learn Records
35

Bandit Taking Over / Fool Will Fall

2 mp3 1981 Jah Guidance
36

Kingdom Rise / What A Feeling

3 mp3 Jah Guidance
37

Too Sexy / See Baba Joe

2 mp3 1981 Jah Guidance
38

The Best Of Wailing Soul

9 mp3 1995 Channel One
39

If I Were You

5 mp3 1992 Chaos Recordings
40

Baby Come Rock / Rub A Dub Style Now

2 mp3 Jah Guidance
41

Wailing Souls

10 mp3 Coxsone Records
42

Wailing Souls

10 mp3 1975 Winro Records
43

Most Wanted: Classic Cuts 1978-1984

12 mp3 2007 Greensleeves Records
44

The Very Best Of...

13 mp3 1990 Shanachie
45

Reggae Ina Firehouse

10 mp3 1991 Live & Learn Records
46

Kingston 14

9 mp3 1987 Live & Learn Records
47

Lay It On The Line

8 mp3 1986 Live & Learn Records
48

Shark Attack

4 mp3 1992 Chaos Recordings
49

Stormy Night

10 mp3 1989 Rohit International Records
50

Sweet Sugar Plum

2 mp3 1981
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First comprised of Winston 'Pipe' Matthews on lead vocals, Lloyd 'Bread' McDonald, and George 'Buddy' Haye, the Wailing Souls carried the moniker of the Renegades during the late 1960’s. This line-up recorded backing vocals for an Ernest Ranglin album before breaking up in 1968.
'Pipe' and 'Bread' teamed up with two other singers after that, Oswald Downes and Norman Davis, and they went on to work with Coxsone Dodd's famous Studio One label recording label. They recorded a number of singles there, and were also billed as the Classics, in addition to their Wailing Souls name.
In the early 70's, the Souls recorded for Bob Marley's Tuff Gong label, as Pipe and The Pipes. The group’s vocal power, and song writing ability has kept the group in the spotlight, and in 1974 the group changed again when Downes and Davis left and 'Buddy' Haye rejoined.
The group entered another era of their careers as they began work with famed producer "Jo Jo" Hookim and his Channel One label. The Souls then started their own label in 1977, Massive. In the early 80's the now quartet (with the addition of Rudolph ‘Garth’ Dennis from Black Uhuru fame) worked with a number of hot producers including Sly and Robbie, "Junjo" Lawes' and Linval Thompson.

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