Roland Alphonso Lee Perry James Bond Just Keep It Up
It's time for this year's Christmas show, just in case you thought I'd forgotten to do one this year LOL all sorts of bits and bobs and unreleased treat in there somewhere as well - a very Happy Christmas to listeners everywhere. An updated photo of me and the boy there, ten years after the one I of Kevin Dickinson shared a link. Without question of of the most-sought after, least seen Freakbeat 45 in the world of collecting rare British 45 releases.
Featuring angry, delinquent vocals This one is a two parter, the first I recorded in the week when a new batch of records came in, the second I did tonight and it's just me and some of my favourite records Sort Artist. Items 1 to 50 of 95 on page 1 of 2.
Way Out West 7". Coxsone Jamaica. Perhaps limited 7". Rock A Shaka Japan. Well Charge 7". Studio 1 Jamaica. Please Beverley 7". Top Deck Jamaica. Starlight 10". This Man Is Back 7". Cleopatra 7". I Want You To Know brown vinyl 7". Really Now 7". Treasure Isle Jamaica. Be My Guest 7". Old Rocking Chair 7".
Corection Train 7". Lawless Street 7". Tuneico Jamaica. Don't Stay Out Late 7". Night Food Ska 7". Just Got To Be 7". My Daily Food 7". Silver Dollar hand-stamped clear vinyl 7". Feel Like Jumping 7". Releases below this text are in stereophonic only.
At this point, Island introduced the second pink label. It is known as the 'black block' label, as it featured a thick, block-like letter i at the bottom, dotted by a black eyeball in the centre of the label. This was very quickly replaced by the third pink label, featuring a small white letter i logo. Due to variations Ron Milner Crack Steppin catalogue number assignation and the actual release dates of the records, there is a small cross-over period between the three pink label designs.
The original label designs for the following LPs are detailed in parentheses. This design was used for the remaining pink label issues, interrupted with increasing frequency by green Chrysalis label releases, as denoted in the listing below. Bronze label singles by artists such as Tony Hazzard and Uriah Heep began to appear in the Island listing from Mayfor a couple of years until that label's own BRO- series was begun.
In the second half of the decade the character of the label began to change and this is reflected in its singles releases from about onwards. They and others enjoyed considerable commercial success in the U. Barbara Pennington and Betty Davis. Island also joined a growing trend amongst U. Also inanother American record label, Shelter Recordsbegan to issue U.
Artists included the Dwight Twilley Band, J. Finally, the Black Swan label was Roland Alphonso Lee Perry James Bond Just Keep It Up for certain reggae-styled releases, some of which appeared with WIP-series numbers. For reasons of continuity, this section of the discography also includes singles numbered in the WIP 6xxx series which were released between and WIP was the last single to be released with a pink label.
The next single, WIP was on the Chrysalis label, but Moondog Hart Songs the one after that, WIPthe "pink rim" palm tree label was introduced. The series was used for pre-releases in the seconds half of the s, white labels.
IDJ was a limited edition series for related releases on the colourful Island label. Following on from the s releases, these were originally released with pink labels featuring the 'white i' logo, except for the two Chrysalis albums. A series of budget-priced albums. Those on Toni Esposito Toni Esposito Island label used a black variation of the "white i" label with a pink "i" logo and silver print.
For singles released during the years towhich were numbered Roland Alphonso Lee Perry James Bond Just Keep It Up this series, see Singles of the s Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, above.
This new series of numbers was introduced in to replace the long-running WIP series for 7" singles and other formats. As the CD format gained ascendancy during the later s, so more and more singles were released with the prefix CID, indicating a CD release, initially alongside the "standard" 7" release. During this period Island regained some more important artists on its roster and continued to release 20 to 50 albums a year. The catalogue numbers don't follow the release dates as the numbers were given to projects scheduled for release.
Some new labels entered the Island distribution and were given Island catalogue numbers received for UK release while retaining their original labels e. ZE, Celluloid. Recorded at the peak of Lord Creator's career "Rascal Boy" was released in on the Gaydisc label.
While Lord Creator was at the time a superstar of the Randy's stable, this hidden gem was without a doubt produced by Lyndon Pottinger. The calypso instrumental number on the b side by Herman Sang of Jamaican Roland Alphonso Lee Perry James Bond Just Keep It Up fame is also undoubtedly the work of the great Sonia Pottinger.
Hail Him : Patrick Davis B2. Dubbing Moment : Ruv Bytes. The b side features a deeply spiritual cut to the same rhythm from Rasta poet Patrick Davis as well as a dub version of the a side. Rock A Shacka Releases are also available at This is an absolute killer roots number that grabs the listener from the very start with a wicked organ intro.
Parks' striking and mournful vocal delivery conveys all the Simon And Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water and sufferation of a life of poverty. Roland Alphonso Lee Perry James Bond Just Keep It Up the obvious quality of this record, for some reason it has never been rereleased on vinyl until now.
This is not a limited edition reissue. The label is printed using offset printing, as opposed to silk screen printing which we use for the limited edition reissues. The rarest of all Jesus Gomez Y Su Grupo Venezuela different versions that were recorded on this rhythm the same rhythm as Lloyd Parks' "Slaving""I'm Your Puppet" is a killer lovers number that features Lloyd Parks and Glen Brown singing together.
Tommy McCook delivers a blistering sax instrumental on the other side to the same rhythm. This release features 2 songs from this label that are highly sought after and regarded among collectors, and which were only ever pressed in Jamaica. Why do Japanese people love Patsy?
With her beautiful looks and a vocal delivery that overflows with emotion, Patsy is a female artist the likes of which I have never known. Curtis Mayfield had huge influence on many of the young Jamaican artists of the 60s, including the Wailers and Slim Smith.
This is clear just from the sheer number of covers and remakes of his tunes that came out during this era. Although the record was originally credited to just Joe White, Roland Alphonso Lee Perry James Bond Just Keep It Up fair to say that the high quality of the release is a result of the team effort of all three singing as the Graduates. The coupling is the same as the original release and features Karl Bryan on an instrumental version of the Graduates' "Way of Life" on the b side.
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