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Dawn Penn - You Don't Love Me (No No No)
Leroy Sibbles - People Rocksteady
Hopeton Lewis - Sounds & Pressure
Judy Mowatt - Silent River Runs Deep
U-Roy - Stop That Train
Ken Boothe - Freedom Street
Derrick Morgan - Tougher Than Tough
Hopeton Lewis - Take It Easy
Stranger Cole - Love Me Today (feat Gladstone Anderson)
Ken Boothe - Shanty Town (007)
Marcia Griffiths - Tide Is High
Leroy Sibbles - Equal Rights
Hopeton Lewis - Rivers Of Babylon
Serrick Morgan - Conquering Ruler
Lynn Taitt - Bog Walk
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Rocksteady: The Roots Of Reggae 23,00

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MOLL 16LP
Format
2xLP + MP3 download code
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Out now
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Brand New 2017 Recut finally available on Vinyl for the First time. 2XLP+Mp3 in full Original Coverart. The legendary movie soundstrack based out of Kingston, Jamaica in April 2008, telling the story of the original vocalists and musicians involved. The sixteenth release on the Moll-Selekta label shares its title with a wonderful film, a heartwarming homage to the golden age of rocksteady. It documents the recordings being made for this very album at the Tuff Gong studios, Kingston, Jamaica in April 2008, telling the story of the original vocalists and musicians involved. Excerpts from an all star reunion concert staged in Kingston and older archive material complete the picture. Never before in the history of Jamaica, which already occupies a unique place on the world map of song, its sound embraced by western popular music, has such an illustrious collection of singers and players been assembled. The album showcases 15 rocksteady classics in sparkling, deeply inspired new versions, recorded in the studio which also played host to album sessions of a certain Bob Marley. Under the musical direction of Ernest Ranglin, a guitarist of considerable renown not only on the reggae circuit, but also on the jazz scene, mixed by legendary engineer Errol Brown in Duke Reids employ at the Treasure Isle studio in the sixties – and freshly arranged by Lynn Taitt

Brand New 2017 Recut finally available on Vinyl for the First time. 2XLP+Mp3 in full Original Coverart. The legendary movie soundstrack based out of Kingston, Jamaica in April 2008, telling the story of the original vocalists and musicians involved. The sixteenth release on the Moll-Selekta label shares its title with a wonderful film, a heartwarming homage to the golden age of rocksteady. It documents the recordings being made for this very album at the Tuff Gong studios, Kingston, Jamaica in April 2008, telling the story of the original vocalists and musicians involved. Excerpts from an all star reunion concert staged in Kingston and older archive material complete the picture. Never before in the history of Jamaica, which already occupies a unique place on the world map of song, its sound embraced by western popular music, has such an illustrious collection of singers and players been assembled. The album showcases 15 rocksteady classics in sparkling, deeply inspired new versions, recorded in the studio which also played host to album sessions of a certain Bob Marley. Under the musical direction of Ernest Ranglin, a guitarist of considerable renown not only on the reggae circuit, but also on the jazz scene, mixed by legendary engineer Errol Brown in Duke Reids employ at the Treasure Isle studio in the sixties – and freshly arranged by Lynn Taitt

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