Following its launch in the summer of 1968, Trojan Records swiftly became the dominant force on the UK’s West Indian music scene.
Over the years that immediately ensued, the company released literally hundreds of 7” singles and albums, showcasing the talents of every Jamaican music maker of note.
“No More Heartaches” and “What Am I To Do” were among Trojan’s most popular long players from the early years, when boss reggae ruled the dancehalls both in Jamaica and the UK.
Released in 1969 and 1970, respectively, each of the albums showcases a dozen of the finest recordings to date from the catalogue of leading Jamaican producer, Harry ‘J’ Johnson.
While both LPs have long been regarded as among the finest collections from the boss reggae era of the late sixties and early seventies, neither have previously been issued in their entirety on CD. Until now!
-NO MORE HEARTACHES-
1. NO MORE HEARTACHES – The Beltones
2. SOUL SPECIAL – King Cannon
3. LUCKY BOY – Glen & Dave
4. HOME WITHOUT YOU – The Beltones
5. SOUL SCORCHER – King Cannon
6. CUSS CUSS – Lloyd Robinson
7. HAPPY TIME – Keble Drummond
8. RICH IN LOVE (Version 1) – Glen Adams
9. PLEASE – Trevor Shield
10.HANG ‘EM HIGH – Richard Ace
11.CANDY LADY – Black & George
12.EASY SOUND – The Jay Boys
-WHAT AM I TO DO?-
13.WHAT AM I TO DO – Tony Scott
14.SINCE YOU’VE BEEN GONE – Keble Drummond
15.RICH IN LOVE (Version 2) – Glen Adams
16.EARLY IN THE MORNING – The Jamaicans
17.COOL DOWN – Winston Hines
18.WHA PEN – King Cannon
19.HOLD THE PUSSY – Kid Gungo
20.DARLING IF YOU LOVE ME – Tony Scott
21.SATURDAY NIGHT – Tony Scott
22.ZUMBELLY – The Woodpeckers
23.BRING BACK THAT SMILE – Tony Scott
24.MR. LONELY – The Jamaicans
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