THIRD WORLD - Try Jah Love
In 1981, following the death of Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder performed at Jamaica's annual Reggae Sunsplash with international reggae superband Third World. This connection inspired Wonder to co-write, with his friend Melody A McCully, the 1982 hit Try Jah Love. Trombonist McCully also sang on Wonder's Do I Do - also recorded in 1982. He also recorded Part-Time Lover and other songs with Wonder. Try Jah Love was featured on their You've Got The Power album, the follow-up to 1981's You've Got The Power.
7/9/2019 10:10:22 pm
Third world countries are really outnumbering the developing ones. Third world countries are those that are really poor. As a civil servant, it is part of my job to ensure that we do not go there. It is sad to see the news that surrounds all the third world countries around our globe. Seeing people die from hunger and starvation really shocks my soul. As an American, I wish that we never reach the point similar to what they are experiencing.
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