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Jackie Opel - Push Wood from the album Best Of Jackie Opel For more information, please visit the video for Push Wood from Jackie Opel's Ska Bonanza for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Born Dalton Sinclair Bishop in Bridgetown, Barbados, Jackie Opel 19381970 possessed a rich, powerful voice with a six-octave range. He was known as the Jackie Wilson of Jamaica, and was a gifted dancer. In the early 1960s, he was discovered by Byron Lee, the band master of the Dragonaires, who brought him to Jamaica. Performer: Jackie Opel Title: Push Wood, No Body's Business Country: US Style: Ska Category: Reggae Album rating: 4. 8 Votes: 300 Size MP3: 1380 mb Size FLAC: 1183 mb Size WMA: 1623 mb Other formats: WAV TTA MP1 AUD MMF ADX WMA. Jackie Opel Ska US. Push Wood. No Body's Business. Other versions. Performer: Jackie Opel Genre: Reggae Album: Push Wood, No Body's Business Style: Ska. Free Download links. MP3 version ZIP size: 1307 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1159 mb WMA version ZIP size: 1817 mb. Jackie Opel. Album: Push Wood, No Body's Business. Style: Ska. Country: US. FLAC vers. size: 1583 mb. Push Wood 7, Single, RE. Coxsone Records. Push Wood, No Body's Business 7, Single. Songs in album Jackie Opel - The Best Of Jackie Opel 1970. Jackie Opel - Time To Cry. Jackie Opel - Pity The Fool. Jackie Opel - King Liger. Jackie Opel - Push Wood. Jackie Opel - My Sweet Lover. Jackie Opel - Go Away. Jackie Opel - Turn Your Lamp Down. JACKIE OPEL - PUSH . Top Songs By Jackie Opel. You're Too Bad. Cry Me A River. Say Say Business. Born Dalton Sinclair Bishop in Chapman Lane, Bridgetown, Barbados on 27 August 1937, Jackie Opel was a popular singer who possessed a rich, powerful voice with a high octave range. He was known as the Jackie Wilson of Jamaica and was also a gifted dancer. His styles included ska, R&B, soul, gospel and calypso. But arguably their most famous singer was Jackie Opel, who hailed from Barbados, but made his name in Jamaica. His crowd pleasing skills are much in evidence on this 1965 single, as he fires up listeners with his innuendo laced lyrics, delivered with all innocence the flair of a great story teller. The Skatalites are obviously held rapt by his tale, shouting along with the chorus, but dial back their own backing a notch so as to throw the spotlight on their singer. Live it would have been flashier, but Push Wood provides a potent taste of what The Skatalites would have sounded like live in their early heady days. Another Studio One classic, circa 1965. Appears On. Jackie Opel download free and listen online. Jackie Opel Say Say Business. download 2:33. download 2:30. Jackie Opel Push Wood. download 3:32