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This deluxe 2CD represents the album alongside an incredible 43 bonus tracks that include the original vocal versions of recordings on the LP plus the best of Pottinger’s output from the 12 months preceding its release.
This immensely popular album makes its CD debut on disc 1 of this set, with the LP’s original track-listing bolstered by the remainder of the singer’s UK- produced output for Pama from 1969 to 1970. The second disc on this 2CD collection comprises Morgan’s other Pama long-player from the period, “In London”, the contents of which are supplemented by the remainder of his Jamaican-produced recordings from the late Sixties.
This seminal 1967 set provides the focus of the first disc on this 2CD release, with its dozen tracks supplemented by an array of rock steady gems from Reid’s archives, many of which have remained unavailable for years. Disc 2, meanwhile, showcases the previously unreleased LP, “Soul Rock-Steady”, featuring Treasure Isle’s in- house band, the Supersonics.
Now, at long last, all four of these historically important albums have been gathered onto this superb two-disc set, with all but “Blow Your Horn” making their CD debut. The result is a timely celebration of the original boss reggae style championed by first generation skinheads half a century ago!
Both of these hugely important collections feature on this essential 2CD set, the contents of which is further bolstered by the remainder of Brown’s work with Niney from the Seventies and DJ cuts of some of his biggest hits performed by a number of Jamaica’s most influential toasters, notably Big Youth, Dillinger and I Roy.
A perfect companion to the “Hot Shots Of Reggae” CD, or simply a superb stand-alone collection in its own right, this long overdue release is an essential purchase for fans seeking the best in classic reggae sounds. Available on CD for the first time ever.
Two seminal Trojan albums from the golden age of reggae. Released by Trojan Records at the height of the reggae explosion of late 1969, “The Upsetter” introduced the world at large to the work of musical genius Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.
These two essential albums now form the basis of this set, which is further bolstered by an incredible 38 bonus tracks, many of which make their CD debut, making this a must for fans of the legendary Duke and the popular boss reggae sound.
First ever CD issue of one of Trojan Records’ best-selling albums. Features three major UK hits: ‘You Can Get It If You Really Want’, ‘Pickney Gal’ and ‘Sing A Little Song’. Desmond Dekker tribute act regularly performing live at significant venues around the UK through-out the year.
Led by the dynamic Frederick ‘Toots’ Hibbert, the Maytals were at the vanguard of the reggae explosion of late 1969/early 1970, with their anthemic ‘Monkey Man’ among Trojan Records’ earliest UK chart successes.
Expanded version of one of the most popular reggae albums of all time. The seminal boss reggae instrumental collection is
now further enhanced with a dozen bonus tracks from Harry Johnson’s eponymously named All Stars band.
Expanded version of one of the Trojan’s most popular long players, Includes recordings new to CD. Featured on this expanded version of the best-selling Trojan LP from 1971, are the UK Number One title track, the duo’s Top 10 follow-up, ‘Monkey Spanner’, and an array of sought after vocal and instrumental sides for the sessions with leading producer, Winston Riley.
This long overdue set comprises the popular duo’s two Trojan albums from the early 1970s, including the two best-selling title tracks plus a host of superior early reggae sides, including the rare Jamaican mix of ‘Young Gifted & Black’.