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John Ballinger (musician) (223 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article

Wainwright, Van Dyke Parks, Tituss Burgess, The Lyris Quartet, Tracy Bonham, Pato Banton, Moira Smiley, The Dreaming Ferns/Rebecca Jordan, and Grant Gershon/L
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Drug Hoover - "The Reefer Song" (Grass Garden of Child's Mix) (3:04) Pato Banton - "Beams of Light" (Depths Of An Ocean Lovemix) (7:53) System 7 - "Miracle"
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performed with Burning Spear, Mighty Diamonds, Mykhal Rose of Black Uhuru, Pato Banton & The Now Generation, Badfish, EOTO, Culture, Nina Sky, Kosha Dillz,
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Guitar - RIAA Platinum Certified George Clinton – Cosmic Slop - Guitar Pato Banton – Baby Come Back - Virgin - Guitar - RIAA Platinum Certified General
Shrub (band) (464 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Family Records (2011). The compilation also features: SOJA, Pacific Dub, Pato Banton, Toko Tasi, Jack Maness, Stick Figure, The Expendables, Jon Wayne and
Bobby Valentino (British musician) (1,514 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Knows the Secret of the Master" (1987) Violin Mad Professor – "Captures Pato Banton" (1988) Violin Mad Professor – "A Caribbean Taste of Technology" (1985)
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they achieved local success working with British Reggae Icons such as Pato Banton. Being part of the Birmingham Hip Hop scene during the "Golden Years"
Watermark (Enya album) (6,113 words) [view diff] case mismatch in snippet view article
Retrieved 18 July 2016. Morse, Steve (3 February 1989). "ENGLAND'S PATO BANTON: A NEW REGGAE SAVIOR?". The Boston Globe. Archived from the original