John Paul the Second - Roberta Kelly. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. When Pope John Paul II succeeded John Paul I in 1978, Kelly released the single John Paul II, The single never made it onto an album, but the B-side Tribute to Love did in the late 1980 release, Roots Can Be Anywhere. By this time, Kelly was no longer with Casablanca Records. Two singles were released: Kabacka Shaka and Roots Can Be Anywhere, but the album had limited success also due to poor distribution. It was also released as This is Roberta Kelly with a longer version of Kabacka Shaka and without Coconut Rock. It was produced by Michael. Play album. Prior to releases in the U. through composer Giorgio Moroder's Oasis record label, Kelly recorded, during the 1970s, a single in Germany entitled Kung Fu Is Back AgJohn Paul the Second. Get album. through composer Giorgio Moroder's Oasis record label, Kelly recorded, during the 1970s, a single in Germany entitled Kung Fu Is Back Ag read more. Roberta Kelly born on November 23, 1942 is an African American singer-songwriter. She scored her largest hits with the songs Love Power, Trouble-Maker, spent two read more. In 1978 singer, songwriter Roberta Kelly approached Michael Holm, singer, songwriter, producer with 'John Paul The Second the first song about Pope Paul II. The charismatic Pope of the hearts or, to describe his life in other words: I have given you an example. Live performances. Album 2011 2 Songs. Roberta Kelly. R&BSoul 2011. John Paul the Second. April 26, 2011. Exclusive Prime pricing. Please retry. Roberta Kelly: Zodiacs, Kung Fu's Back Again, Trouble Maker и другие песни. ROBERTA KELLY John Paul The Second 1979 German wide centred injection moulded 7 vinyl single, also including Tribute To Love, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows a little wear at the eges but the vinyl remains near 'as new'