Studio One Rockers contains many legendary Studio One tracks, compiled for the first time by Soul Jazz Records. From the early days of reggae, when the Skatalites developed a new ska sound in 1962, to today, Studio One has been the number one sound system in Jamaican music. Included on this compilation are classic ska tracks ("Phoenix City"), rocksteady ("Feel Like Jumping"), roots music ("Truth and Rights"), dancehall (Freddy McGregor, Michigan and Smiley) and many more
Many of Studio One's classic tracks are featured here. From Dawn Penn's legendary "No, No, No" to classics like Horace Andy's "Skylarking" and Marcia Griffith's "Feel Like Jumping." The Coxsone Soundsystem was one of the top three sound systems in Jamaica in the early 1960s, along with its competitors Prince Buster and Duke Reid
A1 Sound Dimension– Real Rock 2:27 A2 Marcia Griffiths– Feel Like Jumping 3:32 A3 Freddie McGregor– Bobby Bobylon 2:26 A4 Horace Andy– Skylarking 3:04
B1 Lennie Hibbert– Village Soul 2:57 B2 Brentford All-Stars – Greedy G 3:35 B3 Johnny Osbourne– Truth And Rights 2:58 B4 Ernest Ranglin– Surfin 2:23
C1 Michigan & Smiley– Eye Of Danger 5:55 C2 Dawn Penn– No, No, No 4:27 C3 The Skatalites– Phoenix City 2:55
D1 Prince Jazzbo– Crabwalking 3:12 D2 Jackie Mittoo– Hot Milk 2:04 D3 Lone Ranger– Badder Dan Dem 3:51 D4 Cedric "Im" Brooks– Ethiopia 3:42
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