Buble Up Yu Hip - Eek A Mouse

Buble Up Yu Hip

· Eek A Mouse, born Ripton Joseph Hylton 1957 in Kingston Jamaica, was one of the pioneers of the sing-jay movement that took Jamaica's dancehalls by storm in the early 1980s, and next to Yellowman, probably the most recognisable star of the Dancehall era.
· Eek's combination of toasting and singing produced probably the most idiosyncratic style of all the dee-jays of the era with his unmistakable series of vocal quirks that could be best described as flowing sing speak patterns with added "Bings", "Boings", "Bengs”, "Dengs” and "A-ya's" added for flavour.
· First released in 1980, this was the very first Eek A Mouse album and has not been re-issued since its Jamaican release on the Thompson Sounds label.
· This is Eek at his most raw and ready and is essential for anyone who is familiar with his well-known Greensleeves works to sample where the Mouse developed his unique personna.
· Riddims played by the Roots Radics, recorded at Channel One & Harry J Studios, mixed at Channel One by Soljie Hamilton, and produced by Linval Thompson.
· Bonus tracks include numerous Linval Thompson produced non-album singles and versions.
· Sleeve notes by noted reggae historian and journalist David Katz.

Available 28/10/2013

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1.I NEED YOUR LOVING
2.MODELLING QUEEN
3.MY GIRL
4.REGGAE MUSIC
5.EVERY GIRL IS A VIRGIN TO ME
6.BUBBLE UP YOU HIP
7.WHERE IS MY BABY
8.WALKING SEXY
9.DO YOU REMEMBER THE DAYS OF SLAVERY
BONUS TRACKS

10.BENG DA DENG VERSION
11.WINE UP YU HIP VERSION
12.SENSIMENIA
13.SENSIMENIA VERSION
14.A WHA A GWAN
15.A WHA A GWAN VERSION
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Black And Dekker - The Complete Stiff Recordings 1980 - 1982

·A legend in Jamaican music, Desmond Dekker was the island’s first ‘outernational’ star, scoring huge hits in the late 60s with the likes of ‘007’, ‘It Mek’ and ‘Israelites’.

·This 2-CD set boasts all of Desmond’s recordings for Stiff between 1980 and 1982, including two albums plus stray B-sides and a brace of exclusive tracks from the rare ‘Hot City’ 12”. This was a successful period for Dekker, who enjoyed renewed popularity on the back of the 2 Tone movement.

·The majority of these recordings are currently unavailable on CD. In fact, the two albums have only been issued before as rare Japanese imports!

·Black And Dekker was self-produced with help from Vic Keary and Stiff boss Dave Robinson and engineered by the likes of Sid Bucknor (like Keary, a Trojan Records veteran). The album boasted reworkings of several of his classic 1960s singles. Also included here is ‘Juliet’, which was omitted from the UK/European edition.

 

DISC ONE

BLACK AND DEKKER (1980)

1.ISRAELITES

2.LICKIN' STICK

3.IT MEK

4.PLEASE DON'T BEND

5.MANY RIVERS TO CROSS

6.HIPPO

7.JULIET

8.007

9.WORKOUT

10.PROBLEMS

11.RUDE BOY TRAIN

12.PICKNEY GAL

13.WHY FIGHT?

BONUS TRACK

14.WORKOUT (Groove Version)


DISC TWO

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COMPASS POINT (1981)

1.I'LL GET BY

2.MOVING ON

3.WE CAN AND SHALL

4.HURTS SO BAD

5.ISABELLA

6.COME BACK TO ME

7.CINDY

8.I DO BELIEVE/MY DESTINY

9.BIG HEADED

10.THAT'S MY WOMAN

11.ALLAMANNA

BONUS TRACKS

12.HOT CITY

13.BOOK OF RULES

14.THAT'S MY WOMAN (Remix)

 

 

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