All the great songs and lyrics from the "Spreading the Good News Live" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Pato Banton (born Patrick Murray, 5 October 1961) is a reggae singer and toaster from Birmingham, England. He received the nickname 'Pato' (Jamaican Patois for "wise owl") from his stepfather, and 'Banton' from the disc jockey slang for a "heavyweight DJ". more . Year: 2004.
Good news! some positive vibrations Good news! some lyrical inspiration Good news! spread it throughout the nation One god, one aim and one destination. Once again it is me, mr positivity Coming to the people heartically Could be upper, middle, lower class of society We all get stressed frequently So take a break from all the negativity They feed us through the tabloids and the tv And tune in to mr . Reporting from a spiritual frequency. Good news! some positive vibrations Good news! some lyrical inspiration Good news! spread it throughout the nation One god, one aim and one destination
The BBC artist page for Pato Banton. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Pato Banton interviews. Pato Banton (born Patrick Murray; 5 October 1961) is a reggae singer and toaster from Birmingham, England. He received the nickname "Pato Banton" from his stepfather; The first name derives from a Jamaican night owl that stays up all night calling "patoo, patoo" and the last name from the disc jockey slang word "Banton" which means heavyweight lyricist or storyteller.
A Pato Banton concert is an event not to be missed and an experience not to be forgotten . Following this album and associated worldwide tours, Pato’s fith album, Live and Kicking All Over America, was released in 1992. This album demonstrated the immense loyalty of Pato’s fans and his charisma as a live performer. Pato’s sixth album was Universal Love, an inspiring collection of original soul stirring classics. 2000 – 2004 Working in the Community. Within months Pato moved his Gwarn International Studios into a local community setting and created a small team of family and friends.
Sting, Pato Banton and others. Songs in album Pato Banton And Friends (2011).
Pato Banton has been played on NTS in shows including Halocline Trance w/ Egyptrixx, featured first on 18 October 2016. Songs played include My Opinion, Beams Of Light (Depth Of An Ocean's Love) and Gwarn! (Go On). Pato Banton is a reggae artist from Birmingham, England who peaked in the early 1990s with the number one hit "Baby Come Back", a cover of the classic The Equals song. He first began recording in 1982 regularly teaming up with Ranking Roger of The Beat (sometimes referred to outside the UK as The English Beat).
|1||Good News||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|2||Now Generation||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|3||Settle Satan||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|4||Drive by Shooting||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|5||One World||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|6||Jamming||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|7||Bubbling Hot Roger Charlery / Pauline Murray||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|8||Gwarn!||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|9||Letter 2 da Prezident||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|10||Never Give In||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|11||Life Is a Miracle||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|12||Pato's Opinion||Pato Banton feat: Reggae Revolution|
|13||Words & Wisdom With Pato||Pato Banton|
CreditsYasmin Alexander - Vocals (Background)
Pato Banton - Primary Artist, Vocals
Roger Charlery - Composer
David Forskins - Drums
Steve Hughes - Liner Notes
Steve Morrison - Trombone, Vocals (Background)
Pauline Murray - Composer
Michael Nanton - Keyboards
Reggae Revolution - Primary Artist
James Renford - Saxophone
Raymond Walker - Percussion