A real classic of its kind. Al Browns cover of Bobby Blands inspired Blues/soul refections on urban living had been a staple of his set at Kingstons popular ‘Tit for Tat’ nightclub. Brown had cut his first tunes for Studio One as Irving Brown before fronting the Skin Flesh and Bones band and had made a feature of covering R/B pop tunes in a reggae style. His biggest hit was his cover of Al Greens ‘Here I am’. 'Ain't No Love' has not been available on 45 since its first pressing on Tommy Cowans Arab label although it was produced by Al Brown. Comes in a hand stamped bag.
A. Ain't No Love
B. Ain't No Love (Version)