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Frankie Paul
Paul Blake (19 October 1965 - 18 May 2017), better known as Frankie Paul, was one of Jamaica's best-loved and popular dancehall reggae artists. Born blind, he has been dubbed by some 'The Jamaican Stevie Wonder'. (Read more at Wikipedia.)

Links to Peel

  • The level of Peel's veneration of Paul's work can be judged by his inability to estimate how many LPs by the artist were in his collection. [1]

Festive Fifty Entries

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Sessions

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Other Shows Played

(The following list was compiled only from the database of this site and Lorcan's Tracklistings Archive. Please add more information if known.)

1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
  • 03 January 1992 (BFBS): F P The Greatest (album - F P The Greatest) Fashion Records
  • 08 May 1992: Tell Them Fi Cool
  • 17 May 1992 (BFBS): Tell Them Fe Cool (Unknown) (30 Headley Ave)
  • 23 May 1992: Tell Them Fe Cool (7 inch ) 30 Headley Ave.
  • 30 May 1992: Tell Em Be Cool () 30 Hedley Avenue
  • 12 June 1992: Pon Di Scene (7 inch) Super Supreme
  • 13 June 1992: Pon Di Scene (7 inch) Super Supreme
  • 20 June 1992: Pon Di Scene (7": Pon Di Scene) Super Supreme
  • 29 August 1992: F.P. The Greatest (12" -F.P. The Greatest / The Kissing Game) Fashion (JP - "written by a Mr Paul Blake I see" John is unaware that is Frankie's real name)
  • 04 September 1992: Extra Clip (album - F.P. - The Greatest) Fashion (John says that he finds the tracks he likes best by Frankie Paul are the ones by Paul Blake. Paul Blake is in fact Frankie's real name!)
  • 06 September 1992 (BFBS): Extra Clip (LP - FP The Greatest)
  • 19 September 1992: Rude Boy Dip (LP - F P The Greatest) Fashion
  • 07 November 1992 (with Daddy Freddy & Heavy D): Respect You (LP-Ragamuffin Soldier)' (Music Of Life)
1993
1994
1997
2000
2001
2002
2003

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