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  Reggae Reviews: Dennis Brown
While this album may be a bit too raw for newcomers to reggae in general and to Dennis Brown in particular, but Brown fans and more seasoned reggae listeners will definitely want to add this classic to their collection.
Visions is undoubtedly one of Dennis Brown's best studio albums, made all the more intriguing by the fact that few of these tracks are among his "standards," songs that are too often included in his too numerous "best of" compilations.
Dennis Brown received some criticism near the end of is career that he was spreading himself thin with all of his releases (which may have some validity, but I'd much rather have too much Dennis Brown than too little).
www.reggae-reviews.com /dennisbrown.html   (3962 words)

  Dennis Brown - Biography - AOL Music
One of Jamaica's most beloved and prolific artists, the late Dennis Brown has left behind a slew of classic songs and myriad hits, a rich musical legacy born of a career that spanned over 30 years.
Brown's own songwriting was now razor-sharp, and whether taking on cultural themes or lovers' concerns, his lyrics and delivery were always emotionally potent.
Brown's legacy, however, was in no danger as new compilations, best-of collections, and reissues continued to appear regularly.
music.aol.com /artist/dennis-brown/2871/biography   (2078 words)

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Dennis Emmanuel Brown was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1957.
Dennis further went on to explain that it was a thing of the past and his fans will no longer to need to worry about the issue.
Dennis Brown should be and I believe he is remembered for his musical talent, sincerity, humbleness, voice, lyrics, and love for reggae music.
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 ReggaeTrain.com...your portal to Reggae music...(Biography [Dennis Brown])
With a no-nonsense, straight-ahead style, Brown was capable of wrapping a love song in a crooning caress or inciting a crowd (as he did memorably at the 1983 Sunsplash in Montego Bay) to heights of uncontrolled hysteria.
Brown's series of reggae hits, including "To The Foundation" for Gussie Clarke, "Revolution" for Taxi Records or cuts on his own Yvonne's Special label (named after his wife), saw him become one of the few established singers to ride the early dancehall boom unscathed.
Once again, Dennis Brown was in demand in Jamaica, back at the roots of the music, and rolling once again, recording everywhere and anywhere for a few months.
www.reggaetrain.com /biodbrown.asp   (695 words)

 Dennis Brown - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dennis Emanuel Brown (February 1, 1957 – July 1, 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer.
Brown's first recording was "Lips of Wine" recorded for Derrick Harriott (The Musical Chariot), but this was not released initially.
Brown was such a prolific recording artist, with many labels and producers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dennis_Brown   (919 words)

 DENNIS BROWN Page in Fuller Up, The Dead Musicians Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Brown was considered a child prodigy of the reggae scene, at times compared with Stevie Wonder because of his early rise to fame as a popular vocalist.
Dennis Brown will no longer weave his spell of vocal magic on the stages of Jamaica and elsewhere in the world; but happily he has been captured for eternity on compact discs and vinyl recordings.
Dennis Brown is often called the Crown Prince of Reggae, a tribute to his 70's status as the leading star in reggae after Bob Marley.
elvispelvis.com /dennisbrown.htm   (2558 words)

 Amazon.ca: Ultimate Collection: Music: Dennis Brown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Brown's music is characterized by his dulcet, easy-flowing vocals, roughed up with just a hint of a rasp.
Brown's Joe Gibbs-produced commercial peak of the late 1970s and early 1980s is well represented, highlighted by the bittersweet hit "Money in My Pocket," though the Sly & Robbie-produced cuts from the mid-1980s mark a bit of a decline.
Brown whose popularity was from the late '70s to the '90s is another true Jamaican Ambassador that touches you within.
www.amazon.ca /Ultimate-Collection-Dennis-Brown/dp/B00004RCTE   (519 words)

 Dennis Brown | Obituaries | Guardian Unlimited
He was a writer, literary critic and teacher, whose gusto for life was there in the peals of laughter which shook his wiry frame, in the enthusiasm so readily caught by his students and in the outpouring of work from his pen - and a pen it always was.
Dennis was born in Bournemouth, but grew up in Newhaven, Sussex, and suburban London.
Around the time that Dennis gained his PhD in 1974, there was considerable growth in the humanities subjects at Hatfield Polytechnic (which became the University of Hertfordshire), and he was one of a wave of gifted recruits to English who took part in the launching of innovative courses and degree programmes.
www.guardian.co.uk /otherlives/story/0,,1940355,00.html   (489 words)

 Dennis Brown - Music Downloads - Online
Bio: One of Jamaica's most beloved and prolific artists, the late Dennis Brown has left behind a slew of classic songs and myriad hits, a rich musical legacy born of a career that spanned over 30 years.
Now entering his teens, the singer was ready to start making the studio rounds on a regular basis, cutting songs with a clutch of different producers.
Perhaps it was simply a matter of timing as the teen was determined to leave his youthful balladeer image behind, and Holness was offering the perfect opportunity to present himself in a more mature light.
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 Dennis Brown
In a career that spanned 4 decades, Dennis worked with many of reggaes top names, beginning with Coxon Dodd at Studio One, going on to work with such artists and producers as Winston (Niney) Holness, Joe Gibbs, Derrick Harriott, Herman Chin-Loy, Sidney Crooks, Prince Buster, Randy's, Phil Pratt and GG Ranglin.
Dennis Brown died on Thursday July 3rd 1999 of pneumonia/respiratory failure, while a patient at the University Hospital of the West Indies.
Jamaican Prime Minister Patterson led the eulogies while Dennis Brown became the first entertainer to be buried in the National Heroes.
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 Dennis Brown Tribute.....'Heaven at Oakton Park' - JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM
It was a night of nostalgic Dennis Brown music from start to finish at the new entertainment centre in the heart of Half way Tree, as each of the 45 artistes on show paid homage to the crown prince of reggae in song.
An enthusiastic Abijah closed with his tribute, Dennis Brown's If I had the World followed by a cameo of his hit Revelation (some artistes sneaked in a sample or two).
Dennis Brown - sound alike and close associate, George Nooks, closed the show, following an exhortation to attend the next regular JAVAA Jam.
www.jamaicaobserver.com /lifestyle/html/20060205T200000-0500_98114_OBS_DENNIS_BROWN_TRIBUTE______HEAVEN_AT_OAKTON_PARK_.asp   (675 words)

 The Jamaica Star :: Entertainment :: Dennis Brown celebration spans eras :: February 6, 2006
Daniel Brown, son of Dennis Brown (left) performing with Gregory Isaacs at JAVAA Jammin' 'Remembering Dennis Brown, Crown Prince of Reggae', held at Oakton Park Entertainment Complex, Hagley Park Road, Half-Way-Tree on Friday.
It was a moment in which generations blended voices to celebrate Dennis Brown's 49th birthday, two days after the actual date and over six years after his death, as the Jamaica Association of Vintage Artistes and Affiliates (JAVAA) held its first major show at its new Oakton Park, Half-Way Tree, headquarters.
AJ Brown came a little forward in the Crown Prince of Reggae's career with his first recording No Man Is An Island, while Brian and Tony Gold harmonised the near end with an a capella version of Poison, which they recorded with him.
www.jamaica-star.com /thestar/20060206/ent/ent1.html   (630 words)

 BADERC-Dennis Brown
Dennis Brown is the Director of the MGH Program in Membrane Biology (PMB) which brings together investigators from several areas of research related to protein trafficking and cell signaling.
Paunescu TG, Silva ND, Marshansky V, McKee M, Breton S, Brown D. Expression of the 56-kDa B2 subunit isoform of the vacuolar H+-ATPase in proton-secreting cells of the kidney and epididymis.
El-Annan J, Brown D, Breton S, Bourgoin S, Ausiello DA, Marshansky V. Differential expression and targeting of endogenous Arf1 and Arf6 small GTPases in kidney epithelial cells in situ.
www.baderc.org /members/DennisBrown.html   (578 words)

 Dennis Emanuel Brown
Feted as a child star in the 1960s and billed as the Boy Wonder, Dennis Brown went on to fulfil his earlier promise with a recording career that spanned 30 years and dominated the reggae dancehalls for the next three decades.
The sudden death of Jamaican singer Dennis Brown on July 1, 1999 at the age of just 42 brought to an untimely end the career of reggae music's most popular ever artist at grassroots level.
Feted as a child star in the 1960s, Dennis Brown went on to fulfil his early promise with a career that spanned 30 years and resulted in a huge body of recorded work.
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 Dancehall Minded Tribute To Dennis Brown
Brown is one of the major reasons why I've loved reggae music so much for the last few years.
Dennis Brown was Bob Marley's favorite voice, and in my opinion, the greatest vocalist of all-time.
Brown (I think although the one I have may be another label??), Frankie P (him really like likkle boys?!),...
www.dancehallminded.com /dbrown/dhmtribute.htm   (1436 words)

 Amazon.com: Love & Hate: The Best of Dennis Brown: Music: Dennis Brown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Dennis Brown released so many classics during his 30 year career that trying to put together a single "best of" CD is nearly impossible.
The great reggae crooners like John Holt, Gregory Isaacs and Dennis Brown have been so prolific that it is virtually impossible to capture their genius on just one CD.
Dennis Brown is no longer here with us physically, he continues to be with us spiritually.
www.amazon.com /Love-Hate-Best-Dennis-Brown/dp/B000001TLD   (1161 words)

 Dennis T. Brown
Davis Ferreira, Raquel Hernandez, Michelle Horton and Dennis T. Brown (2003)Morphological variants of Sindbis virus produced by a mutation in the capsid protein.
John West, Raquel Hernandez, Davis Ferreira and Dennis T. Brown* (2006) Mutations in the endodomain of Sindbis virus Glycoprotein E2 define sequences critical for virus assembly.
Whitehurst, C. B., Willis, J. H., Sinodis, C. N., Hernandez, R., and Brown, D. Single and multiple deletions in the transmembrane domain of the Sindbis virus E2 glycoprotein identify a region critical for normal virus growth.
biochem.ncsu.edu /faculty/brown/brown.htm   (1117 words)

 Dennis Brown
Dennis, like many other reggae artists, began to spread out and start recording for many other producers, including Gussie Clark, Flabba Holt, and Sly and Robbie, among others.
Dennis was in demand, and the producers were lining up at his door.
RAS first became involved with Dennis when Sly and Robbie brought us the Brown Sugar album that featured tracks like "Revolution" and "Sitting and Watching", which had been a big hit for island records.
www.rasrecords.com /dennisbrown   (248 words)

 DENNIS BROWN Page in Fuller Up, The Dead Musicians Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Dennis Brown epitomized what a reggae singer is all about...".
They would have to recall that Dennis Brown was once called the Boy Wonder; that he was a pre-teen when he began thrilling Jamaican popular music audiences three decades ago.
No performer has been as consistently at the top of the charts as long or as often as Dennis Brown and the only artist who has made a bigger contribution to reggae is Marley.
www.elvispelvis.com /dennisbrown.htm   (2558 words)

 Dennis Brown (wrestler) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dennis Brown was a professional wrestler better known as Denny Brown.
Dennis Brown started wrestling as "Downtown" Denny Brown in 1980 in the NWA's Jim Crockett Promotions.
Brown also wrestled in Florida Championship Wrestling and as a jobber in World Championship Wrestling before retiring in 1997.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Dennis_Brown_(wrestler)   (152 words)

 Dennis Brown Santas - figurines and sculptures
Perched in the front window of the Reasons to Believe Studio in downtown Kirkland, Washington Dennis Brown sculpts some of the worlds most charming and collectible Santa figurines.
A sculptor and artist for 30 years - Dennis Brown creates charming and unique Santa Claus figurines 365 days of each year.
Dennis' Santa figurines have been licensed by several reproduction companies including Enesco, Midwest of Cannon Falls, The Franklin Mint, United Design and others.
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 eBay - reggae dennis brown, Records, CDs items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Dennis Brown No Man is an Island Lp Reggae Bob Marley
Dennis Brown Me and You ft. "we the people band" Reggae
This Is Crucial Reggae: Dennis Brown [ECD] - Dennis NEW
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 Speakers Platform Speakers Bureau: Dennis Brown, Speaker On: Achievement/Peak Performance, Motivation, Team Building, ...
Dennis S. Brown, President of Destiny Investments, a motivational speaking and "attitude" training company, firmly believes that "Your Attitude is Showing!" And it is in fact, the topic of one of his most powerful talks as a major force on the national public speaking circuit.
Dennis, who grew up the youngest of five children in a three-room "shot-gun" house in central Louisiana, credits his parents and his belief in God as the most influential factors in his own life's success.
Another satisfied corporation said, "Dennis' presentation had a very positive impact on our employees." He was recently choosen by Les Brown to become a member of his National Speakers Bureau.
www.speaking.com /speakers/dennisbrown.html   (384 words)

 "Dennis Brown" - Shopping.com
Second only to Bob Marley in the hierarchy of reggae music, Dennis Brown was a true innovator and...
Dennis Brown Sings Gregory Isaacs by Dennis Brown
Dennis Brown - Shoptalk: Conversations About Theater and Film With Twelve Writers, One Producer and Tennesee Williams' Mother
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 Rhapsody Music: Download, Listen, Play & Burn Dennis Brown
Brown was dubbed the Crown Prince of Reggae early on, releasing more sides than almost anyone in reggae.
Brown was revered for his gorgeous voice, which graced both conscious Roots Reggae and sultry Lovers Rock.
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 Roots Archives - Artist : Dennis Brown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Dennis Brown Meets Harry Hippy (Dennis Brown and Harry Hippy)
Dennis Brown and Gregory Isaacs - Judge Not [1984]
Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs and Sugar Minott - Sly and Robbie Presents Taxi Trio [198X]
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 DENNIS BROWN Greater Peoria Sports Hall Of Fame
Manual High School girls basketball team, under the coaching of Dennis Brown, won the 1986 large high school State Basketball Championship.
Dennis' high school girls basketball coaching record is 153 wins and 72 losses.
Dennis is especially proud of the achievements of his athletes.
www.gpshof.org /AwTri/brown.html   (195 words)

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