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Home sweet home reggae memories of Jamaica. A Winston Edwards Production.
Some real nuggets on this one.
An early Albert Griffith rendition of " Stand By Me ". I Roy chanting "Don't get weary Joe Frazier".And a great " Ringo don't take your gun to town" by Den Owen.
Old and raw recordings , a lovely and rare tracklisting , swipe to see👍😁🔊🔊🔊🔊#winstonedwards#jamaica#nattylock#iroy #albertgriffiths#augustaspablo#denniswalks#tonybrevett#elainewinter#eustingregory#sydneysmith#thescorpio#denowen#vinylplayingnow#vinylcollector#reggae#lovemusic

UPDATE : 70's Roots Rock & Reggae Lee Perry The Upsetter Pro Selection.

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Various Artists - Derrick Harriott Riding The Roots Chariot LP 1998 Pressure Sounds label (material recorded c. 1967-75 with one track remixed in 1978) / Derrick Harriott was born in 1939 & began his career as a singer in the 1950's as a member of the Jamaican Doo Wop group The Jiving Juniors alongside Claude Sang, they would be among the first wave of artists to record Popular music in the later part of that decade. After several lineup changes, his group dissolved & Harriott moved forward as a solo artist & began to produce as well for his own Crystal record label in 1964. Within a few years, Harriott would rise to become one of the top independent producers in Jamaica with many hits during the Rocksteady (c. 1967) & Early Reggae periods (c. 1968-72). Harriott himself was a fantastic interpreter of Soul material & released tracks with similar themes by various other artists, however he was also one of the early supporters of more cultural lyrics & produced a sizable quantity of what has become known as Proto Roots Reggae, which is to say it predated the general acceptance & dominance of similar material. This compilation presents some selections from c. 1970-1973 that serve to highlight these developments beginning with The Ethiopians' 1970 anthem "No Baptism" & Herman 'Bongo Herman' Davis, Lester 'Bongo Les' David, & Eric 'Bingy Bunny' Lamont's archetypal 1971 chant "Know For I" in addition to its original b-side 'version' which strips the churning rhythm to highlight heavy bass, clapping drums, & pulsing organ (for more information on these vocals see my post of The Ethiopians' No Baptism LP). [more info in comments below] #AllVinylReggaeCollections #DerrickHarriott #BigYouth #IRoy #URoy #AugustusPablo #DennisBrown #KingTubby #BongoHerman #BongoLes #BingyBunny #Crystalites #ChariotRiders #ReggaeHistory #EarlyReggae #PressureSounds #instavinyl #vinyligclub #ReggaeVinyl #ReggaeCollection #ReggaeRecords #VinylCollection

I-Roy ‎– "Hell And Sorrow"
Trojan Records ‎1973
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Following in the toast master U-Roy's steps, I-Roy also spit lyrics over other musicians records. On this his second album his style has started to show, often showing a sense of humor with his lyrics. These records are an important step in between Reggae and Dancehall, and amazing in their own right.
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