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Peace and Love

(1968)
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The Jamaicans With Tommy McCook – Peace And Love

The song "Peace and Love" (Treasure Isle Records # TI-7037) is a collaboration between The Jamaicans (a rocksteady group formed in 1966 in Jamaica) and Tommy McCook (reggae artist, born 3 March 1927, La Habana, Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba, died 5 May 1998, Atlanta, Georgia, USA).

It took a strong anti-war position, saying that the leaders were focused on war, but that the "people of the world" want "love peace and love". It pleaded with the government: "don't send my brothers to Vietnam", and looked at the impact on families: "don't let...mothers mourn, don't let my father know the pain". Released in Kingston, Jamaica.

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