Who Originally Sang Red Red Wine?

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The song 'Red, Red Wine' was originally composed and sung by Neil Diamond in 1968. The song was later covered by Tony Tribe in 1969 in reggae style and then in 1983, UB40 covered the song in a lighter reggae-mode. Mostly, the reggae song versions have been wrongly accredited to Bob Marley, but he never sang the song.
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Red red wine was written and recorded by Neil Diamond in the early 1970s. It was also recorded by Tony Tribe. Still the most famous rendition was by the band UB40. It is an interesting
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