ROOTS & CULTURE AT RANDYS

Label: Impact! – Onlyroots Records – ORLP11 - N°181
Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Numbered
Country: France
Released: 2018
Genre: Reggae
Style: Roots Reggae

Tracklist

A1    –Maxy Smith*    2000 Years Ago   
A2    –Roots & Wailers Band*    Evil That You Do   
A3    –Dennis Brown    Foot Of The Moutain   
A4    –Rocking Horse*    Hard Time   
A5    –Carl Malcolm    Judgement Come   
A6    –The Vibrators*    Rise & Shine
   
B1    –Senya    Roots Man   
B2    –Leonard Dillon    Them A Wicked   
B3    –Lloyd Parks    We'll Get Over It   
B4    –Upright Foundation    Wolf In Sheep Clothing   
B5    –Ras Dawkins & The Wailers*    Tell Me Why   
B6    –Birdy Brown    Upfull Dread Locks   

Credits
Compiled By – Clive Chin

lunes, 18 de marzo de 2019
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STUDIO ONE SUPREME - MAXIMUM 70S & 80S Early Dancehall Sounds

01. Keep That Light - Johnny Osbourne & The Prophets
02. Natty Ten To One - Dillinger
03. Natty Dread On The Go - Lone Ranger
04. Minstral - Prince Jazzbo
05. Jah Promise - Johnny Osbourne
06. Wine Of Violence - Freddie McGregor
07. Compliment To Studio One - Papa Michigan and General Smilie
08. Easy - Willie Williams
09. Quarter Pound Of Ishen - Lone Ranger
10. A Fool - Alton Ellis
11. In Cold Blood - Jackie Mittoo & Brentford All Stars
12. Chanting - Jim Nastic
13. Bushmaster - Brentford Rockers
14. Happy Man - The Gladiators & Brentford Disco Set
15. Still Dubbing - Dub Specialist
16. Jah A Love You - Sugar Minott
17. Show and Tell - Horace Andy
18. Rastaman Camp - Freddie McGregor

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Sound Dimension - Mojo Rocksteady Beat

Sound Dimension have recorded some of the most important songs in reggae music; songs such as 'Real Rock,' 'Drum Song,' 'Heavy Rock,' 'Rockfort Rock,' 'In Cold Blood' -- all classic songs that have become the 'foundation' of reggae music, endlessly versioned and re-versioned by Jamaican artists since the time they were first recorded to the present day.
 
 As the in-house band at Studio One in the late 1960s, Sound Dimension played alongside everyone from The Heptones, Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe, Marcia Griffiths and more.
 
Similar to their U.S. counterparts, The Funk Brothers at Motown and Booker T. and The MGs at Stax, Sound Dimension recorded on a daily basis incredibly catchy and funky tunes and matched by a seamless musicality.
 
 Featuring musicians of the calibre of Ernest Ranglin, Jackie Mittoo, Eric Frater, Leroy Sibbles, Don Drummond Jr., Deadley Headley and more; Sound Dimension existed from around 1967-70 and all the recordings featured here were originally released during this period.
REVIEWS:
"A juicy compilation that does justice to the forgotten of the history of reggae." LES INROCKS
"Since copyright laws were virtually non-existent in Jamaica for most of the 20th century, it is common to hear innumerable mutations of any given riddim track. Discerning the creators of each song can be a daunting task. From 1967 to ’70, however, the Sound Dimension was the house band at Studio One, creating memorable cuts for the lyrical pantheon of Jamaica to sing and toast over. This 18-song collection of instrumentals shows how pivotal these men were in the sonic architecture of reggae." XLR8R
"Legendary Studio One band Sound Dimension find themselves on the receiving end of another celebrative retrospective courtesy of the ever-reliable Soul Jazz, bringing together classic recordings of 'Mojo Rocksteady', 'Real Rock', 'Heavy Rock'Rockfort Rock', 'Jamaica Underground' and more. The breadth of this band's influence can be heard throughout the annals of reggae, with these timelessly funky cuts revisited and re-versioned by anyone and everyone since being committed to tape in the '60s. Another great document from Soul Jazz" BOOMKAT

TRACKLIST

    A1:Less Problem
    A2:Rockfort Rock
    A3:Funky
    A4:Ten To Ten
    A5:Jamaica Underground
    B1:Real Rock
    B2:Reggae Time
    B3:Jackie Mittoo & Sound Dimension - In Cold Blood
    B4:Heavy Rock
    C1:Great Mu Ga Ru Ga
    C2:Park View
    C3:Jackie Mittoo & Sound Dimension - Ironside
    C4:Mojo Rocksteady
    C5:Scorcia
    D1:Drum Song
    D2:Summertime
    D3:Ernest Ranglin & Sound Dimension - Straight Flush
    D4:Jamaica Bag


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Sound Dimension - Jamaica Soul Shake vol .1


After The Skatalites, The Sound Dimension were perhaps the most important instrumental group in the history of reggae music. That they remain relatively unknown is explained by the fact that they mostly functioned as the in-house studio group at Studio One Records performing anonymously behind the stars of the day, the reggae equivalent of Motown’s Funk Brothers.
During this period the group played on hundreds of hits with Jamaica’s finest vocalists - Alton Ellis, John Holt, Larry Marshall, Cornell Campbell, Dennis Brown, Horace Andy, The Heptones, Bob Andy, Marcia Griffiths, Freddie McGregor and hundreds more.

Twenty years after the group split-up, their countless classic instrumental tracks recorded at Studio One became the foundation rhythms of the new dancehall music of the 1990s and beyond, countlessly replayed in new forms by artists and producers such as Joe Gibbs, Sly & Robbie, Steely & Clevie etc.

Featured here is the first ever collection of these original 1960s rhythms in this first ever collection of the music of The Sound Dimension - a mixture of classic tracks alongside super-rare singles only ever released in Jamaica.

The group’s fluid line-up included Jackie Mittoo, Leroy Sibbles, Cedric Brooks, Vin Gordon, Ernest Ranglin, Leroy Horsemouth Wallace and other legendary reggae giants. The group’s unique sound defined reggae music in its relatively short-lived career.

REVIEWS/FEATURES
“ A funky disc, full of great, skanking rhythms and fine playing by some of Jamaica's most revered musicians. It’s difficult to believe that this is the first compilation devoted solely to the Sound Dimension, the group who reshaped the signature Jamaican afterbeat of ska and rocksteady into the sturdy, versatile riddims of reggae, and the instrumentals they created are still being used as the basis of scores of songs to this day.” PITCHFORK

" The Sound Dimension was simply one of the great rhythm sections of all time, playing with the same paradoxical tightness and tensile give-and-take to be found in the recordings of legendary groove brethren like Booker T and The MGs. It bears repeating that the Soul Jazz collections have set a high standard for audio quality, and Jamaica Soul Shake Vol. 1 is no exception to that. Indeed, those responsible for re-mastering these tracks seem to have found (and released) most of the punch, rumble, and majesty still held within aging original magnetic oxides and vinyl grooves." DUSTED

 Tracklist :
1 Heavy Beat     2:56
2 Federated Backdrop     3:05
3 Baby Face     2:52
4 Rathid     2:41
5 Bitter Blood     3:10
6 Love Land     2:50
7 Full Up     2:53
8 Upsetters Dream     3:47
9 Soul Shake     2:22
10 The Thing     2:18
11 My Heart In Rhythm     2:32
12 Man Pon Spot     2:57
13 Holy Moses     1:53
14 Doctor Sappa Too     2:49
15 Hail Don D     2:47
16 Solas     2:46


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Hora Rudy Radio Show - episodio #4




Tracklist:
The Tennors – Give Me Bread
The Tennors – Traitor
The Tennors – Preasure & Slide
Roy Ellis – You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine
Roy Ellis – Cool Down Your Temper
Roy Ellis – Ska Almighty
David Hillyard & The Rocksteady 7 – Kingstown Town
David Hillyard & The Rocksteady 7 -Burrulero Latino
The Prizefighters – Just Let the Music Play
The Prizefighters- Stop them
Mr PC Ska Jazz – Sunny (en VIVO) 

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domingo, 3 de marzo de 2019
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Independence Calypso Jump Up

Track List: 
1 –Count Lasher     Jump Independently    
2 –Count Lasher     The Weed    
3 –Count Alert     Old Man's Drive    
4 –Count Lasher     Hooligans    
5 –Lynn Taitt With Baba Brooks Band*     Dog War Jump Up    
6 –Count Lasher And Williams*     Bam Bam    
7 –Count Lasher And Williams*     Mufridite    
8 –Count Alert     In The Park    
9 –Count Alert     Hard Time    
10 –Lynn Taitt With Baba Brooks Band*     Seven Guns Alive    
11 –The Baba Brooks Band     Snow Come    
12 –The Baba Brooks Band     Duck Soup    
13 –Baba Brooks Orchestra*     Froggy    
14 –The Baba Brooks Band     Independence Ska
domingo, 17 de febrero de 2019
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Soul Of Jamaica / Here Comes The Duke: Expanded Edition

Two of the most collectable Trojan LPs ever issued

50th anniversary of both albums

Features numerous tracks new to CD

When Trojan Records was launched in the summer of 1968, the productions of Arthur ‘Duke’ Reid’s Treasure Isle Records dominated Jamaica’s musical landscape, spurring the newly formed London-based company to hastily secure exclusive UK rights to this esteemed catalogue.

There followed a series of popular singles and two superb albums that provide the bulk of this 2CD set. Showcasing the talents of some of the giants of the rock steady era, the recordings, all issued during the latter half of ’68, demonstrate just why the Duke is widely regarded as the king of the rock steady sound.

With many of these tracks unavailable for decades, this 52 track collection provides essential listening for fans of Duke Reid’s distinctive Treasure Isle rock steady sound, which remains just as appealing today as it was when first created some 50 years ago!

DISC ONE:
SOUL OF JAMAICA / COME ROCK WITH ME IN JAMAICA
1. ANGEL OF THE MORNING – Joya Landis
2. MY WILLOW TREE – Alton Ellis
3. HEATWAVE – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
4. OUT DE LIGHT – Joya Landis
5. MY BEST GIRL – The Paragons
6. THE WORLD NEEDS LOVE – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
7. I CAN’T STAND IT – Alton Ellis
8. LONG TIME – Phyllis Dillon
9. RIDE ME DONKEY – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
10. LOVE LETTERS – Alton Ellis & Phyllis Dillon
11. WOMAN GO HOME – The Jamaicans
12. FLYING HOME – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics

BONUS TRACKS
13. TRAVELLING MAN – The Techniques
14. GOOD THINGS – The Soul Tops
15. WONDERFUL WORLD – Lloyd Williams
16. IT’S YOU I LOVE – The Techniques
17. OUR MAN FLINT – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
18. PEACE AND LOVE – The Jamaicans
19. OLD MAN RIVER – The Silvertones
20. I WEAR HIS RING – Phyllis Dillon
21. DEVOTED TO YOU – The Sensations
22. KEEP ON MOVING – The Soul Tops
23. MAD, MAD, MAD – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
24. DON’T SAY NO – The Silvertones
25. I CAN’T STOP NOW – Alton Ellis
26. BLESS YOU – The Sensations

DISC TWO:
HERE COMES THE DUKE
1. TRUE TRUE TRUE – Ken Parker
2. RUN COME CELEBRATE – The Techniques
3. SWEET SOUL MUSIC – The Gladiators
4. KANSAS CITY – Joya Landis
5. LOVE UP, KISS UP – The Termites
6. FUNNY – The Soul Lads
7. REGAY – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
8. SECOND FIDDLE – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
9. MARY POPPINS – Danny Simpson
10. SOUL REMEDY – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
11. I’M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE – The Techniques
12. I’M YOURS FOREVER – The Soul Lads
BONUS TRACKS
13. TONIGHT – John Holt
14. GET ME TO THE CHURCH ON TIME – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
15. I’LL BE LONELY – John & Joya
16. SOUL FOR SALE – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
17. BREAKING UP – Alton Ellis & The Flames
18. LOVE IS ALL I HAD – Phyllis Dillon
19. MAYBE SOMEDAY – The Paragons
20. ODE TO BILLY JOE – Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
21. MOONLIGHT LOVER – Joya Landis
22. I WISH IT WOULD RAIN – The Techniques
23. I’LL NEVER FALL IN LOVE – The Sensations
24. BOYS AND GIRLS REGGAE – Phyllis Dillon & Hopeton Lewis
25. THERE COMES A TIME – The Techniques 26. THOSE GUYS – The Sensations
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Dave Barker Meets The Upsetters ‎– Prisoner Of Love (Trojan Cd 2006 )

Best known in the UK for his toasting talents as half of the chart-topping duo, Dave & Ansel Collins, Dave Barker is in fact one of the most accomplished singers Jamaica has ever produced. After making his recording debut in 1968, partnering Glen Brown on a series of local hits, Dave launched his solo career under the auspices of the Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.
Their subsequent collaborations spawned a number of best-selling singles, culminating in the singer’s debut LP, Prisoner Of Love. Released by Trojan Records in 1970, the album marked Barker’s arrival as one of its most promising and versatile talents on the reggae scene.

Track list;
 1 Shocks Of Mighty
2 Build My Whole World Around You   
3 My Cup   
4 Love Me Baby   
5 Set Me Free   
6 Blowing In The Wind   
7 Prisoner Of Love   
8 I Was Wrong   
9 One Little Lie   
10 Skanky Children   
11 Never Before
12 The Same Game   
13 Runaway Child   
    Bonus Tracks
14 Spinning Wheel
15 Granny Show   
16 Some Sympathy   
17 Sound Underground
18 Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying   
19 Upsetting Station (AKA Conquerer Version 3)   
20 Tight Spot   
21 Shocks '71
22 Groove Me   
23 What A Confusion   
24 Wonderman (AKA Jah Rastafari
25 Sunshine Rock   
26 The Same Game (Version)

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Lee Perry & Friends - A live Injection by Request


1-1 –Lee 'Scratch' Perry*     People Funny Boy    
1-2 –The Untouchables*     Tighten Up    
1-3 –The Upsetters     Return Of Django    
1-4 –The Upsetters     Dollar In The Teeth    
1-5 –The Bleechers     Come Into My Parlour    
1-6 –The Upsetters     A Live Injection    
1-7 –Dave Barker (2)     Shocks Of Mighty    
1-8 –Bob Marley & The Wailers     Duppy Conqueror    
1-9 –Junior Byles     Place Called Africa    
1-10 –Dennis Alcapone     Africa Stand    
1-11 –Little Roy     Don't Cross The Nation    
1-12 –Bob Marley & The Wailers     Small Axe    
1-13 –The Hurricanes (2)     Walking The Streets    
1-14 –The Bleechers     Jump And Rale    
1-15 –Carlton & The Shoes*     Better Days    
1-16 –Busty Brown     My Girl    
1-17 –Junior Byles     Beat Down Babylon    
1-18 –Lee 'Scratch' Perry* & The Upsetters     French Connection    
1-19 –The Melodians     Round And Round    
1-20 –Hortense Ellis     Just One Look    
1-21 –I.Roy*     Space Flight    
1-22 –Neville Grant     Sick And Tired    
1-23 –Lee 'Scratch' Perry* & The Upsetters     Bucky Skank    
1-24–The Gatherers     Words Of My Mouth    
2-1 –Leo Graham (2)     Black Candle    
2-2 –Bob Marley     Keep On Skanking    
2-3 –Delroy Denton     Give Thanks    
2-4 –Leroy 'Horsemouth' Wallace*     Herb Vendor    
2-5 –Judge Winchester (Winston Blake)*     Public Jestering    
2-6 –Susan Cadogan     Hurt So Good    
2-7 –The Mighty Diamonds     Talk About It    
2-8 –Junior Byles     Curly Locks    
2-9 –The Upsetters     Enter The Dragon    
2-10 –Jimmy Riley     Woman's Gotta Have It    
2-11 –Bunny & Ricky     Bush Weed Corntrash    
2-12 –Lee 'Scratch' Perry* & The Upsetters     Bush Weed    
2-13 –Bunny 'Rugs' Clarke*     To Love Somebody    
2-14 –Brent Dowe     Down Here In Babylon    
2-15 –Lee 'Scratch' Perry*     White Belly Rat    
2-16 –Junior Delgado     Sons Of Slaves    
2-17 –Watty Burnett     Rainy Night In Portland    
2-18 –Leo Graham (2)     My Little Sandra    
2-19 –Junior Murvin     Cross Over    
2-20 –Leroy Sibbles     Garden Of Life 

jueves, 14 de febrero de 2019
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Trojan Fan Club - Reggae with The Hippy Boys - Request !!

Originally Issued by Trojan on their High Note Subsidiary in 1969, Reggae with the Hippy Boys Caught the Flavour of Skinhead Reggae at a Time When the Style was at Its Zenith. The Original LP, which Featured Ten Hard Hitting, Up-tempo Instrumentals Produced by Jamaica’s Leading Female Record Label Owner, Sonia Pottinger, Has Long Since Considered a Highly Prized Collector’s Item, Exchanging Hands for Three Figure Sums. Now, it is Finally Made Available Once More, Albeit in Very Limited Numbers for the Newly Launched Trojan Fan Club, with the Original 10 Tracks Augmented by 15 Bonus Tracks of Equal Rarity and Worth. 

 Tracklist: 
1 –The Hippy Boys Nurse J'Kel   
2 –The Hippy Boys This Is It   
3 –The Hippy Boys Mad Movie   
4 –The Hippy Boys Capo   
5 –The Hippy Boys Foot Work   
6 –The Hippy Boys Seven Heaven   
7 –The Hippy Boys Moon Walk   
8 –The Hippy Boys Challenge   
9 –The Hippy Boys Spicy   
10 –The Hippy Boys Wondering   
11 –The Hippy Boys Cat Nip   
12 –Lloyd Charmers Soul At Large   
13 –Lloyd Charmers Soul Of England   
14 –The Upsetters What Do You Say   
15 –The Upsetters Straight To The Head   
16 –Lloyd Charmers African Zulu   
17 –Lloyd Charmers Confidential   
18 –The Upsetters Oney (Happy Clap)   
19 –Lloyd Charmers Everybody Needs Love   
20 –Lloyd Charmers Stronger   
21 –The Upsetters Mellow Mood   
22 –The Upsetters Family Man   
23 –Lloyd Charmers Shang I   
24 –Lloyd Charmers Cooyah   
25 –The Upsetters Capo (Version 2)
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Hora Rudy #2 - Lo de Hoy del 2tone & Revival

Con gusto presento el episodio 2 con una mini mix de lo mas sonado y destacado actualmente entre el 2tone ,revival con unos dotes de ska punk este episodio esta lleno de adrenalina pura ,ademas un pequeño tributo a Statuto que cumple 36 años de actividad , disfrutarlo desde vía streaming en Soundclound también esta disponible en descarga directa . 

Mini Mixtape 2019 
01- Roddy 'Radiation' Byers and the Skabilly Rebels - Hey Little Rich Girl 
02-Neville Staple – Rebel Down 
03-The Interrupters – Fight to good Fight 
04- The Mighty Mighty Bostones – Closer to Nowhere 
05-Those Fine Strangers – Fight fight fight
06- Cartoon Violence – Careful 
07- The Skapones – Ago go (TINKERMAN MIX)
08-Napoleon Solo – Nobody Told Me 
09 – The Serial Killer – March Slob 
10- Strange Tenants – Millitant Style 
11-Blanco y Negro – If I Stay 

Tributo a Statuto de sus 36 años de actividad 

12-Statuto – Moskowska 
13-Statuto – Zighida (live)
14-Statuto – Vacanze (live) 





jueves, 7 de febrero de 2019
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Hora Rudy Temporada ·19 Episodio 1

TrackList : 
1-Rude Rude Rudee- Matrix
2-Ska Take 1-Patrick Matic
3-Tricks & Plan-Sparky Rugged
4-Mary Poppins - Danny Simpson & Tommy McCook
5-Mad Mad Mad -Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
6-Sweet Soul Music -The Gladiators
7-The World Needs Love -Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
8-Skarriba en la Cordillera-Manifiesto Ska Jazz
9-Indigo-Manifiesto Ska Jazz
10-Reef-George Town Orbits
11-Crying Over You-George Town Orbits
12-Backefoot-Rhoda Dakar
13-Get Back Tuesday-The Tibbs
14-Darling Girl - The Altons
15- My future lies Ahead -Errol Dunkley
16 -Wooden Heart Rocking to the field -Larry Marshall



Prince Buster - Feel The Spirit - HD Quality 2018


Feel the Spirit was Prince Buster's first studio album, released in 1963. The album includes many well known songs such as "Madness", "They Got to Come", "Wash You Troubles Away" and "Black Head Chinaman". The musical accompaniment was by the Drumbago All Stars, Les Dawson Blues Unit and Rico Rodriguez 
Track List 
"I Feel the Spirit"
"Madness"
"Don't Make Me Cry"
"They Got to Come"
"All Alone"
"Soul of Africa"
"Wash Your Troubles Away"
"Jealous"
"Black Head Chinaman"
"Beggars Are No Choosers"
"Run Man Run"
"Just You"
 
lunes, 7 de enero de 2019
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TROJAN REGGAE PARTY VOL.1 1971 -LIVE RECORDING


 A1
–The Cimarons
Come Tomorrow

A2
–The Cimarons
Stick By Me

A3
–Nicky Thomas backed by Greyhound
Rainy Night In Georgia

A4
–Nicky Thomas backed by Greyhound
Midnight Hour/Lay Lady Lay Medley

A5
–Bruce Ruffin backed by Greyhound
Rain

A6
–Bruce Ruffin backed by Greyhound
Bitterness Of Life

B1
–Count Prince Miller
Mule Train

B2
–The Pioneers
La La Means I Love You

B3
–Dandy Livingstone
You Don't Care

B4
–Delroy Wilson backed by Greyhound
Better Must Come

B5
–Honey Boy backed by Greyhound
Jamaica

B6
–Greyhound
Move On Up

B7
–Greyhound
You Made Me So Very Happy

domingo, 6 de enero de 2019
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Alton Ellis - Rocksteady Rawkus


Tracklist :

The Guy
Pure Mad
Just a Try
Ready
Pride
Grow Wise
Found You
Shinny Pearls
Ancestors
 Groovy Number
 Colour 

Hope I'm Wrong  

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Alton Ellis - Be True To Yourself: Anthology (Trojan CD) 2004

Tracklist: 
CD1
1. Something You've Got
2. Dance Crasher
3. Don't Trouble People
4. The Preacher
5. Blessings Of Love
6. Shake It
7. Girl I've Got A Date
8. How Can I
9. Cry Tough
10. Rocksteady
11. Duke Of Earl
12. All My Tears
13. Ain't That Loving You
14. Why Birds Follow Spring
15. If I Could Rule The World
16. Oowee Baby
17. My Willow Tree
18. I Can't Stop Now
19. Why Did You Leave Me
20. I Can't Stand It
21. My Time Is The Right Time
22. Bye Bye Love
23. Tonight
24. Give Me Your Love
25. Keep On Yearning
26. La La Means I Love You
27. If I Had The Right
28. Breaking Up
29. Diana
30. Remember That Sunday

CD2 
 1. What Does It Take
2. You Made Me So Very Happy
3. Black Man's World
4. I'll Be Waiting
5. It's Your Thing
6. Deliver Us
7. Back To Africa
8. Wide World
9. You Said It Again
10. Working On A Groovy Thing
11. Hey World
12. True Born African
13. If I Don't Care
14. Harder And Harder
15. Play It Cool
16. Be True
17. I'm Trying
18. Wonderful World
19. Big Bad Boy
20. You Are Mine
21. All That We Need Is Love
22. I Don't Know Why Truly
23. Alpahbetically Yours
24. I See My Future In You
25. Alton's Official Daughter
26. Better Get Your Heads Together




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Ernest Ranglin - A Mod A Mod Ranglin 1966 - CD K&K RECORDS 1990s


TRACK LIST
LA BOSTELLA
WALK AWAY
MORE AND MORE AMORE
BLOWING IN THE WIND
SPANISH EYES
ARCHIE
WHAT NOW MY LOVE
LEMON TREE
YOU WONT SEE ME
BORN FREE
FELICIA
SOME WHERE MY LOVE
THIS IS MY SONG
SUMMER TIME ROCKSTEADY
JULIE
FLAMMING ROCKSTEADY
SHE WEARS MY RING
AM I THAT EASY TO FORGET 

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sábado, 5 de enero de 2019
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Authentic Jamaican Ska - Repost 2019

 
  1.  Jamaica Ska
  2. Locked up in my room 
  3. Beatles got to go 
  4. I don't love you Anymore 
  5. All my Life
  6. In to this beatiful garden 
  7. Oil in my lamp
  8. Sammy Dead 
  9. What are you gonna do 
  10. blessed be 
  11. hold me 
  12. She will never let me down 
  13. If you act this way  
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The Uniques: Absolutely ThE Uniques, Expanded Edition 2018

In 1967, when the lilting rhythms of rock steady ruled Jamaica’s airwaves, the island boasted an array of popular vocal trios and quartets, such as The Maytals, The Heptones, The Pioneers, The Ethiopians, and a group who over a period spanning less than two years, recorded some of the most popular and enduring music ever to see issue in Jamaica: The Uniques.

Comprising Keith ‘Slim’ Smith, Lloyd ‘Charmers’ Tyrell and Martin ‘Jimmy’ Riley, The Uniques enjoyed a run of hits on Jamaica’s national charts, initially recording with celebrated producer, Bunny Lee, before launching their own Tramp label with the assistance of local businessman, Winston Lowe.

At the close of 1968, the best of their Tramp recordings to date were gathered on the long player, “Absolutely”, but within months of its issue, the trio had disbanded with its three members all going on to achieve substantial solo success on the Jamaican music scene.

Now, almost 50 years after its original issue, this ultra-rare album is at long last re-presented here, with its 12 tracks augmented by the remainder of the group’s hugely sought-after Tramp recordings.

Track List:

1. RUN COME
2. WATCH THIS SOUND
3. JUST A MIRAGE
4. OUT OF LOVE
5. A YUH
6. SPEAK NO EVIL
7. STANDING IN
8. MY CONVERSATION
9. YOU’LL LOSE A PRECIOUS LOVE
10. THAT’S THE WAY (LOVE IS)
11. GYPSY WOMAN
12. FREEDOM SONG

BONUS TRACKS
13. FOLLOW THIS SOUND
14. MY WOMAN’S LOVE
15. MY LOVER’S PRAYER
16. COOYAH
17. WHAT A SITUATION
18. FOREVER
19. I’M GOING TO MAKE YOU LOVE ME 20.CRIMSON AND CLOVER
21. WE’VE ONLY GOT ONE LIFE
22. MY RHYA
23. LOVE AND DEVOTION
24. FREEDOM SOUN

domingo, 25 de noviembre de 2018
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Roland Alphonso With The Originals Orchestra ‎– ABC Rocksteady 1968 (remastered)

Tracklist :
ABC Rocksteady    
That's Life    
Say You    
Sad Song    
Easy Rock    
Hip Hug Her    
Starlight    
Wild And Free    
Little Nut Tree    
Top Line    
Narata    
Pure Soul     


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Bunny Lee - Jumping With Mr. Lee 1967-68 REPOST !!!

Another in Trojan Records' excellent Producer Series, Jumpin' With Mr. Lee spotlights Bunny Lee's rock steady production work from 1967-1968. Like the Joe Gibbs' entry in this series, The Reggae Train, Jumpin' With Mr. Lee includes everything from soulful vocal numbers to instrumentals. In contrast to Gibbs' heavy and full sound, though, Lee favored a leaner production style that featured steely horn and guitar work anchored by a buoyant rhythm section. Some of the vocal highlights include Slim Smith and the Uniques' "Love and Devotion" and Ken Parker's cover of the Sam Cooke hit "A Change Is Gonna Come." On the instrumental side there is the liquid-toned work of alto saxophonist Lester Sterling on "Sir Lee's Whip" (it's hard to say if this is in reference to the boss' studio manner or not) and Vin Gordon's eerily satisfying trombone workout on "Sounds and Soul." The high-quality sound throughout helps make these 18 solid tracks one of the better rock steady collections available.

TRACK LIST :
The Sensations - Long Time Me No See You Girl
The Uniques - Love And Devotion
Val Bennett & Bunny Lee All Stars - Jumping With Mr Lee
Derrick Morgan - Hold You Jack
Lester Sterling & Stranger Cole - Bangarang
Pat Kelly - Little Boy Blue
The Uniques - Story Of Love
Ken Parker - A Change Is Gonna Come
Val Bennett - Jumping With Val
The Uniques - Girls Like Dirt
Lester Sterling - Tribute To King Scratch
Pat Kelly - Somebody's Baby
Vin Gordon - Sounds And Soul
The Uniques - My Conversation
Lester Sterling - Sir Lee's Whip
Slim Smith & The Uniques - The Beatitude

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Various Artists - Club Rock-Steady' 68 (1968) REPOST !!!

1. Tennors - Ride Me Donkey
2. Derrick Morgan - Woman A Grumble
3. Marcia Griffiths - Feel Like Jumping
4. Ike & Crystalites - Illya Kuryakin
5. Lyn Taitt & Jets - El Casino Royale
6. Kingstonians - Winey Winey
7. The Pioneers - Long Shot
8. Silverstone - Midnight Hour
9. Jackie Mittoo - Put It On
10. Gladiators - Train Is Coming Back
11. Dermott Lynch - I've Got Your Number
12. Federals - Penny For Your Song

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The Caribs - Carribean Capers 1964 - REPOST !!!


 We all know the familiar black and white checkers of 2 Tone and that it stands for racial unity - particularly between blacks and whites in Britain in the late 70s and early 80s. Most of the bands were made up of both black and white musicians, and it is commonly accepted that they were playing traditionally black music with a new white influence.
It could be said , however, that the roots of the 2 Tone concept go way back - even before ska music came into its own.
Jamaica's first studio band was The Caribs who played and recorded in Kingston from 1958 to 1968. And though they are recognized as one of the first bands to ever play the ska sound they were in fact formed in Australia and were made up of only white musicians. They started playing clubs in Surfer's Paradise, Queensland in the late 50s and already were using the name The Caribs. They played calypso and mento and experimented with other Caribbean folk sounds.
In 1958 their manager Max Wildman was offered a job running a new hotel in Jamaica and he agreed as long as he could bring the Caribs with him. Only three members - Dennis Sindrey (guitar), Peter Stoddart (piano), and Lowell Morris (drums) made the move. They were joined by bass player Lloyd Brevett who later joined the Skatalites and other local black musicians and began incorporating ska into their set in effect becoming the first 2-tone ska band. They became a regular act at the Glass Bucket Club where they performed for Errol Flynn, Che Guevara, and even Winston Churchill amongst others.
When Jamaican studios first went into business the Caribs were in demand as a support group for Owen Gray, The Jiving Juniors (the Caribs was the band playing on the hit 'Lollipop Girl'), and lots of other acts including Laurel Aitken. They worked with producers Simeon Smith, Chris Blackwell, and Coxsonne Dodd.

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A1 The River
A2 More
A3 Bangalou
A4 Ecstasy
A5 Miserlou
A6 Jordan
B1 Sammy Dead Medley
B2 I Wish You Love
B3 Mary
B4 Let's Go
B5 Sand in My Shoes
B6 Yellow Bird Medley

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Prince Buster - Le'ts Go to The Dance - (Rock A Shacka) 2018

1 –Prince Buster     Lets Go To The Dance    
2 –Dawn Penn     Blue Yes Blue    
3 –The Righteous Flames     You Dont Know    
4 –Larry Marshall     Suspicion    
5 –Prince Buster     Love Oh Love    
6 –Larry Marshall & Roland Alphonso     Wooden Heart ~ Rocking To The Field (unreleased Full Length Version)    
7 –The Daltons (4) Walking Down The Avenue    
8 –Prince Buster -Love Each Other    
9 –Dawn Penn -Long Day Short Night    
10 –Freddie Mckay -Red Eye Gal    
11 –Prince Buster -All My Loving    
12 –Prince Buster -To Be Loved    
13 –The Righteous Flames -Young Love    
14 –Larry Marshall -Broken Heart    
15 –Prince Buster -Rock & Shake    
16 –Freddy Mckay -Giving You A Try Girl    
17 –Errol Dunkley -My Future Lies Ahead Of Me (unreleased)    
18 –Teddy King -to Be A Lover    
19 –Hortense Ellis -Somebody Help Me    
20 –Prince Buster's All Stars -Miami Beach

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lunes, 19 de noviembre de 2018
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Phyllis Dillon - One Life to Live - Expanded Edition 2018



One of the most influential reggae albums of the early 1970s
Features numerous rock steady and reggae classics
Most comprehensive collection of the popular singer’s work ever to see issue!
Widely regarded as one of the most gifted vocalists to emerge on the Jamaican music scene in the late Sixties, Phyllis Dillon enjoyed a series of hugely popular 45s for celebrated producer, Duke Reid, prior to her premature retirement in 1972.
Shortly before she withdrew from the spotlight, Reid issued her one and only long player, ‘One Life To Live’, which has since become one of the most sought-after collections from the golden age of reggae.

Now at long last, this seminal album is augmented by Dillon’s most popular rock steady and reggae recordings for Reid’s Treasure Isle Records, with the result being in the most comprehensive collection of her work yet to see issue.

1. ONE LIFE TO LIVE, ONE LOVE TO GIVE
2. LOVE THE ONE YOU’RE WITH
3. LONG TIME AKA NICE TIME
4. SOMETHING
5. I CAN’T FORGET ABOUT YOU BABY
6. PICTURE ON THE WALL
7. WOMAN OF THE GHETTO
8. CLOSE TO YOU
9. EDDIE OH BABY
10. WE BELONG TOGETHER
11. THE LOVE THAT A WOMAN SHOULD GIVE TO A MAN
12. YOU ARE LIKE HEAVEN TO ME

BONUS TRACKS
13. MIDNIGHT CONFESSIONS
14. BOYS AND GIRLS REGGAE
15. PERFIDIA
16. LOVE IS ALL I HAD
17. DON’T STAY AWAY
18. REMEMBER THAT SUNDAY
19. DON’T TOUCH ME TOMATO
20. GET ON THE RIGHT TRACK
21. I WEAR HIS RING
22. TULIPS (AND HEATHER)
23. TAKE MY HEART
24. A THING OF THE PAST
25. WALK THROUGH THIS WORLD WITH ME
26. IT’S ROCKING TIME AKA ROCK STEADY
27. WHY DID YOU LEAVE ME
28. BOYS AND GIRLS REGGAE (TAKE 3)




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Studio One Freedom Sounds - Studio One In The 1960s


A new collection from Soul Jazz / Studio One focussing on the intense period in the second half of the 1960s when Studio One’s vast and unbeatable output of ska, soul, rock steady and reggae made it literally one of the hottest musical empires in the world.

"During this highly successful period, Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd released hundreds and hundreds of superlative singles seemingly on an almost daily basis, in the process making huge stars out of Jamaican singers such as Alton Ellis, Delroy Wilson, The Wailers, Slim Smith, Jackie Opel and many more. Powered by the finest in-house musicians working in Jamaica, whether it was The Skatalites, Jackie Mittoo’s Soul Brothers, The Sounds Dimension or The Soul Vendors, Studio One functioned as hit factory on the scale of Motown in the USA, shaping and defining reggae music for decades to come.  Singlehandedly Studio One’s founder Clement Dodd was able to create the most successful vertically-integrated record company that Jamaica had ever known with pressing plant, printers, studio, shops and sound systems all running at once, with over 50 employees and hundreds of artists working with Studio One during this time. "

 Tracklist :

01 Rain Or Shine – Don Drummond & The Skatalites
02 Morning Sun – The Gaylads
03 Just Because of You – Delroy Wilson
04 Sunday Coming – Alton Ellis
05 I Am What I Am – Jackie Opel
06 I Am the Toughest – Peter Tosh
07 Get Ready – Delroy Wilson
08 Timo-oh – Mr. Foundation
09 Provocation – Roland Alphonso and The Soul Brothers
10 Love Me Girl – Leroy & Rocky
11 Love Who Is Back Again – Slim & Delroy
12 Spread Satin – The Skatalites
13 Contemplating Mind – Barrington Spence
14 Psychedelic Rock – Ernest Ranglin
15 Destiny – Bob Marley and The Wailers
16 Reggae in the Grass – Roland Alphonso
17 We Can Talk It Over – Zoot Simms
18 Hi Jack – Jackie Mittoo

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The Fabulous Five Incorporated - F F One

The Fabulous Five Inc. was initially a show band supporting various singers across Jamaica.[2] They backed Johnny Nash on the reggae cuts comprising most of his 1972 platinum album I Can See Clearly Now.[citation needed] Their first recording was "Come Back And Stay", which was a number one song in Jamaica. During their first three years on the road, they won the Swing Awards for best band.

Fab 5 have enjoyed a succession of hits in Jamaica and the markets of North America. Their multi‑award-winning soca album Yu Safe was the most-popular album produced in Jamaica in the 1980s. Their soca smash "Shape" is very popular and the band's versatility is expressed in Dugu-Dugu, their all-reggae release, and the preceding all-ska album Ska Time. The musician and journalist Sonny Bradshaw said Fab 5 is the only Jamaican band still playing authentic ska.

They have developed songs not only with the music of Jamaica, but with their own compositions of soca, the music of the Eastern Caribbean. They have performed soul, funk, rock, jazz, disco, gospel, and classical music. Their album Christmas In the Sun is the most-successful Christmas album by a Jamaican band.

The Fab 5 have their own recording studio (Stage Studio), record label and distribution company (Stage Records). They are still working frequently, for concerts and dances, and as a leading creator of commercial jingles. They have been the chosen band for almost every national occasion since the mid-1970s.[citation needed] In 2003, Fab 5 received the Prime Minister's Award for Excellence in The Performing Arts for its services to Jamaican music. In 2015, they were given an award for their contribution to Jamaican music by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC).

Fab 5 took their brand of Jamaican music around the world, working with artists including: Ray Charles; Dizzy Gillespie; the Grateful Dead; Rick James; Linda Ronstadt; the Neville Brothers; Roberta Flack; Fats Domino; Peter, Paul & Mary; Joe Jackson; The Chi‑Lites; Skeeter Davis (with whom they were working on a recording project at the time of her death); the Drifters; Miriam Makeba; Bob Marley; Jimmy Cliff; Chuck Jackson; The Mighty Sparrow; Aretha Franklin; Gladys Knight; Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes; Jerry Butler; The Manhattans; Ray Goodman & Brown; The Delphonics, Beres Hammond, Marcia Griffiths, Queen Ifrica, Mr Vegas, and Tarrus Riley. They have performed at the Kool Jazz Festival, the New Orleans Jazz Festival, at Japansplash, and have entertained a live audience of one million at an anti‑nuclear concert in New York's Central Park. In July 2011, their performance at the Celebrate Brooklyn! festival drew a 5-minute ovation and their performances at the Irie Fest in Toronto during Caribana have become legendary


Tracklist :
Sweep p
Smile me A Rainbow
Feel The Spirit
Please Don't leave me now baby
Jah jah
Where Do i Find it
Be A Man
WISH I COULD READ YOUR MIND
OH LORD WHY LORD
VAGABOND
CLASICAL REGGAE
SHAVING CREAM

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Ernie Smith - Skareggae (Generation LP 1981)

Smith was born in Kingston in May 1945 and raised in St. Ann and May Pen.[2][3] His father played guitar and bought him an instrument when he was twelve.[2] He played guitar in the band The Vandals in Claremont, St. Ann, after leaving school, and was nicknamed 'Ernie' after Ernest Ranglin.[2] He initially (unsuccessfully) sought a career as a radio announcer, but then approached Federal Studios looking for work as a songwriter, ending up recording his songs himself.[4][5][6] His first recordings were not a success and Smith spent time working in life insurance before returning to the studio.[2]

Recording initially in an easy listening style, Smith's first chart success came in the late 1960s with "Bend Down", which was followed by Jamaican number one hits in "Ride on Sammy," "One Dream," and "Pitta Patta", all produced by Richard Khouri at Federal, the latter based on Lee "Scratch" Perry's "Musical Transplant" rhythm, which was voted the best song of the year in Swing magazine.[2][4][7] In 1972, he won the Yamaha Music Festival in Japan with "Life Is Just For Living", a song originally written for a Red Stripe commercial.[4] In 1973, he was honoured by the Jamaican government with The Badge of Honour For Meritorious Service in the Field of Music.[4] An album, Life Is Just For Living followed in 1974 on Trojan Records. "Pitta Patta" was followed by further Jamaican hits with "Duppy or Gunman" and "Key Card".[7] Smith also had success with covers of popular songs such as "Help Me Make It Through The Night" and "Everything I Own", and as a songwriter had success at the Festival Song Contest in 1974 with Tinga Stewart's "Play De Music".[7] Smith's "I Can't Take It" topped the UK Singles Chart in 1975 when recorded by Johnny Nash under the title "Tears on My Pillow".[7] The change of title led to Smith initially missing out on royalties due to confusion with the Little Anthony song of the same name.[5]

In 1976 his "The Power and the Glory" was seen by some as a criticism of Prime Minister Michael Manley's policies, and led to threats on his life, prompting him to relocate with his family to Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where he recorded the albums To Behold Jah and Skareggae.[3][4] In the late 1970s, Smith largely appealed to older audiences and released Gospel-influenced records such as 1978's I'll Sing For Jesus album. In 1981, Smith moved to Miami to be closer to his wife and children, later moving to Fort Lauderdale, but was beset by financial difficulties and cocaine and alcohol problems.[4] Smith found help in the form of Bob Marley's mother, Cedella Booker, who he collaborated with as a songwriter, and in 1987, film director Perry Henzell asked Smith to write songs for his Marcus Garvey musical.[4] Smith returned to Jamaica in the wake of Hurricane Gilbert, and began recording and performing again, initially with a new band, The New Agenda. In 1996, he released the Dancehall Ernie Cleans It Up album, featuring new recordings of some of his best known songs.[4]

In 2008, Smith returned with Country Mile, an album that was preceded by the singles "That's The Kinda People We Are" (a duet with Pluto Shervington) and "Give Her a Lion" (featuring Ron Muschette).[3]


A1 - Bend Down Low (3:09)
A2 - Oh But If I (3:25)
A3 - Bend Down (3:09)
A4 - Wash Wash (4:04)
B1 - Ska Medley (7:24)
B2 - Freedom Street (2:47)
B3 - Everything Crash (3:08)
B4 - Money Can't Buy Life (2:37)
bonus:
Bend Down Low (KR 12'' Version) (6:57)
One Man Same Man (KR B_side 3:21)

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Yabby You - Dub It to the Top 1976 - 1979

The world's finest reggae reissue label strikes again, bringing to the market yet another buried treasure of dub from that genre's heyday in the mid-'70s. As always, the packaging is a labor of love that features rare photos of the artists and liner notes that are detailed and thorough. And as always, the sound is spectacular; Blood and Fire has gained international recognition for its ability to take deteriorated master tapes and dusty vinyl singles and LPs and render them almost pristine without imposing any of the sonic astringency so often associated with digital remastering. This time out the featured album is a rare gem from the Yabby You catalog originally released under the title Yabby You Meets Michael Prophet. Here its original program is expanded by eight tracks, most of them B-side dub versions of singles produced under Yabby You's direction. The dub mixes were overseen by the legendary King Tubby, and as usual, the combination of Yabby You's dark, dread musical vision and Tubby's otherworldly approach to remixing results in many moments of absolute brilliance; in this case, those include a deeply twisted dub of the Yabby Youcomposition "Blood a Go Run Down King Street" ("Heads a Roll Dub") and "Achieving in Dub," on which Tony Tuff chats over a cut of his own vocal performance on "I Must Achieve What Is Mine." But really, there are no weak spots to speak of anywhere on this album. This is a unique and beautiful document of two of roots reggae's greatest talents working together at the height of their powers.

TRACK LIST :

Zambia
Revolution Conference
Zambia Dub Feat Jah Walton
Steppin' High Feat Tommy Mccook
Vengeance In Dub
Mount Zion Version
Heads A Roll Dub
Achieving Dub
No Tarry Yah Version
Dub It To The Top
Rock With Me Dub
Turn Me Loose Dub
Conscious Man Dub
Mash Down Rome Dub
Warn Them Jah Dub
Humanity Dub
Praise You Jah Jah Dub
Tribal War Dub

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lunes, 27 de agosto de 2018
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Tommy McCook & The Supersonics ‎– The Complete Treasure Isle Dub Collection 2009

1-De Pauper A Dub
2-Construction Dub Style
3-Dub So True
4-Arabian Dub
5-Dub I Love
6-Willow Tree Dub
7-Touch A Dub
8-This Yah Dub
9-Everybody Dubbing
10-Moody Dub
11-Dub On Little Girl
12-You I´ll Dub
13-Ballistic Queen
14-Reigning Dub
15-Toughest
16-Midnight Dub
17-Chucky Love
18-Gemini Rock
19-Guidance
20-Top Ranking
21-Love Chant
22-Twilight Zone
23-Tracking Dub
24-Love Dub
25-Dub With Strings
26-Lift Off
27-Ride De Dub
28-Rema Skank
29-Bond Street Rock
30-Many Questions
31-The Attorney
32-Silver Hour
33-Twilight Rock
34-Dreads Leaving Babylon

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Trojan 50: The Rare and Unreleased

Launched in the summer of 1968, Trojan Records was instrumental in introducing the sound of reggae to the world at large. By the mid-Seventies, the label had enjoyed over 30 significant mainstream chart hits by such illustrious performers as Desmond Dekker, the Maytals, Bob and Marcia, John Holt, Ken Boothe, Dave and Ansel Collins, the Pioneers – and many, many more. Alongside these major successes, Trojan showcased the work of literally hundreds of Jamaican music makers, from artists whose careers remain shrouded in mystery to future international recording stars. Over the years since its creation, the iconic label has continued to grow and develop, attracting new fans with each new generation. 2018 witnesses Trojan’s half centenary and to celebrate this most momentous of years comes a super deluxe multi-format box set, which reflects the amazing diversity of the label’s output over the past 50 years. Presented on an array of vinyl and CD titles are all the major UK hits, numerous Jamaican best-sellers, hundreds of rarities that see issue for the first time in decades, and two brand new recordings by British dancehall don, Tippa Irie. In addition, the set includes an array of essential items, including a stunning book on Trojan album sleeve artwork and variety of stylish accessories.

Tracklist:
01. Barrington Spence - Darling Dry Your Eyes
02. Val Bennett & The Revolutionaries - Take Five (The Russians Are Coming)
03. Linval Thompson - You Have to Pay
04. Rico & His All Stars - Ska Beat
05. Owen Gray - Too Experienced (Alternate Version)
06. The Rudies - Do the Moonwalk
07. The Hippy Boys - Piccadilly Hop
08. Derrick Harriott - Lollipop Girl
09. Tommy McCook - My Best Dress (feat. The Supersonics)
10. The Sensations - I'll Be Right There
11. Dave Barker - Just My Imagination (Alternate Version)
12. Lloyd Charmers & Sir Collins - Sir Collins Special
13. Freddie McKay & DanZak - Running Over
14. The Marvels - Niki Hoeky
15. Lizzard - Fight Down I
16. Trevor Shield & The Beltones - We've Got to Part
17. Eli Emmanuel - Stranger in Love
18. Earl George - Opportunity
19. Nicky Thomas - Lonely for Your Love (Alternate Mix)
20. The Cimarons - We Are Not the Same
21. The Dingles - Happiness
22. Joe White - Peace Pipe Dub
23. The Viceroys - Time Is Important to Me
24. The Majesterians - Give to the Poor
25. Winston Jarrett - Killerman Jarrett
26. The Sowell Radics - Fight, Fight, Fight
27. Private Tabby - Jailhouse
28. George Dekker - Dancing Shoes
29. Vivian Weathers - (Who Is He) What Is Man
30. Alton Ellis - I'll Be There
31. Glen Brown - Who La La (Alternate Take)
32. The Silvertones - Party Tonight
33. Glen Walker - Dread It
34. Phil Pratt & The Caltone All Stars - Girls Galore
35. David Isaacs & The Race Fans - Time Marches On (Alternate Version)
36. The Royals - Mind Yourself (You Think You Too Bad)
37. The Yardbrooms - My Desire (Alternate Take)
38. Audley Rollen - Whisper a Little Prayer
39. Charlie Ace & The Aquarians - Off Limits
40. The Itals - Everytime
41. Richard Ace & Charles Ross Allstars - Sugar Cane
42. Rick - Deep in My Soul
43. The Dynamites - Hey Jude (Alternate Take)
44. Winston Francis - Girl I've Got a Date (feat. The Rudies)
45. George Lee & The Rudies - Burial of Longshot, Pt. 2
46. Al Barry - Wide a Wake In a Dream
47. Ansel Collins - Old Man River
48. The Reaction - You, Yes You
49. The Cimarons - Bogus-ism
50. The Cables - Equal Rights
51. Dorothy Russell - You're the One I Love
52. Glen Adams & The Hippy Boys - Soul Inspiration
53. Jah Woosh - Show I the Way
54. Rudolph Mowatt - I Don't Want to Be a Beggar
55. Doreen Murray - My Love for You Is Over Now
56. David Isaacs - We've Got to Make It
57. I Roy - Loving Feeling
58. Glen Washington - The Voice of the Father
59. Lester Lewis - Nyah Dread
60. The Jahlights - Right Road to Dubland
61. The Marvels - Passing Strangers
62. Sir Collins All Stars - Sycilidin
63. The Setters - Behold
64. Count Suckle, Freddie Notes & The Rudies - Bread On the Table
65. King Horror - Creature from the Moon
66. The Buster Pearson Band - Ain't It Groovy
67. Count Prince Miller - Hysteriacide
68. Hugh Hendricks & The Buccaneers - Tennessee Waltz
69. Clyde McPhatter - Denver
70. Anonymously Yours - Green River

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This is trojan roots 2018

rojan sigue celebrando su 50 aniversario en el 2018 con jugosos lanzamientos como estos dobles CD que contiene clásicos dub y roots. Cada 2CD contiene 60 canciones.

TRACK LIST : 
Culture - Two Sevens Clash
Johnny Clarke - None Shall Escape the Judgement
Marcia Griffiths - Stepping Out of Babylon
Dennis Brown - Here I Come
Cornell Campbell - Dance in a Greenwich Farm
Lloyd Parks - Mafia
The In Crowd - His Majesty Is Coming
Junior Byles - Curly Locks
Zap Pow - Last War (Jah Jah Children Arise)
Hell & Fire - Where Is That Love (Love and Harmony)
Michael Rose - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner
Bunny Rugs & Ricky Storm - Bushweed Corntrash
Bim Sherman - Lightning and Thunder
Reggae George - Fig Root
Gregory Isaacs - Slave Master
Linval Thompson - I Love Marijuana
Michael Rose & Black Uhuru - Born Free
Bobby Melody - Jah Bring I Joy
The Royal Rasses & Prince Lincoln Thompson - Humanity
Brent Dowe - Forward Up
Dennis Brown - Wolf and Leopard
Gregory Isaacs - Set the Captives Free (Songs of Melody)
The In Crowd - Back a Yard (Edit)
Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Wipe Your Weeping Eyes
Culture - Zion Gate
Johnny Clarke - Peace and Love (In the Ghetto)
Bob Andy - Ghetto Stays in the Mind
George Nooks - Tribal War
Junior Delgado - Sons of Slaves
The Heptones - Cool Rasta
Glen Washington - Rockers Nuh Crackers
Horace Andy - Skylarking
Delroy Denton & The Silvertones - Sufferer's Child
John Holt - Up Park Camp
Max Romeo - Fire Fe the Vatican
Prince Far I - Heavy Manners
Freddie McGregor - Rastaman Camp (Run Come Rally)
Earth & Stone - No Time to Lose
Sugar Minott - Man Hungry
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