The influence of African American music on the development of the Jamaican recording industry over the past fifty years has been nothing short of profound, and no more is this evidenced than in the recordings that saw issue on the island during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Whether or not you are familiar with the original versions, these recordings stand up on their own merit and today sound as fresh and soulful as they did on the back in the golden age of Reggae.
TROJAN RECORDS VINYL SERIES - US import
A1 –Alton Ellis What Does It Take To Win Your Love
A2 –Al Brown Here I Am Baby (Come And Take Me)
A3 –Judy Mowatt Rescue Me
A4 –Derrick Harriott Riding For A Fall
A5 –Slim Smith Sitting In The Park
A6 –Delroy Wilson Put Yourself In My Place
B1 –The Chosen Few Shaft
B2 –The Techniques I Wish It Would Rain
B3 –Bob & Marcia Private Number
B4 –John Holt Sister Big Stuff
B5 –Horace Andy Ain't No Sunshine
B6 –Dave Barker Ride Your Pony
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