Dwayne Omarr is an exciting new Artist with a very important and vital message. Please help us to get this message across. Thank you - Critique Records + Dwayne Omarr. Matrix, Runout (A-Side Label Master Number): CR713PAS. And on the backside of the sleeve you will find all the lyrics of "Save the Children"! Definately a superb 7inch, I must admit that I had never seen it before. Very collectable in any case!
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Children is the second regular studio album by the British rock-band The Mission. It was released in February 1988 by Mercury Records. Two singles were released from the album, "Tower of Strength" and "Beyond the Pale". A third single, "Kingdom Come", was scheduled but appeared as a promo-only. Singer Julianne Regan (from the band All About Eve) sang vocals on two tracks - "Beyond the Pale" and "Black Mountain Mist". The album was re-issued in 2007 with four bonus tracks.
Omarr Rocks The Nation. Save The Children (Dub). Annointed One. Mr. Gigolo (Dub Version). Oh No Oh My - People Problems.
Bassist Dwayne Omarr has been a fixture on the modern funk scene since the late '70s but has generally stayed behind the scenes, writing songs, producing other artists' albums, and contributing the odd lead guitar part or backing vocal to his friends' projects. For his first solo album, he chooses to go back to his roots. The album is oddly titled; there's nothing multifarious about the funk featured on Multi Funk
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|CR 8511||Dwayne Omarr||Save The Children (12")||Critique||CR 8511||US||1985|
|CR713P||Dwayne Omarr||Save The Children (7")||Critique||CR713P||US||1985|
|CR713P||Dwayne Omarr||Save The Children ("Save The World") (7")||Critique||CR713P||US||1985|