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Playing tracks by

Prince buster, Glen Adams, The ethiopians, LLOYD THA MATADOR, Eric "Monty" Morris and more.

Here’s The First Reggae Compilation For A While, And I Think It Was Worth Waiting For As I’ve Used Almost Exclusively New Tracks On This One Including Some Really Rare And Interesting 45’s. The Ethiopians “Cut Down” Is A Great Lesser Known Track From Them And Also Included Is It’s Fantastic Instrumental Version From King Cannon, “Fireball”. I Think The Eric Morris Track Came Out As White Label Only. Lloyd The Matador Does Two Excellent Rocksteady Dj Tunes, As Far As I Know This Is The Only Rare Release On The Uk Sioux Label. “My Word Don Juan” Is Something I Created By Playing “Man Of My Word” And It’s Version, “Don Juan” At Exactly The Same Time On The Decks, It Only Falls Apart For A Second Or Two In The Middle Of The Track. Anyway I Think There’s Enough Here To Keep The 60’s Fans Happy, And For Reasons Known Only To Myself, I Chose To End It With Two 70’s Tracks, The Last One Being The 12” Dub Version Of “Blue Beat And Ska” By Matumbi.


Pete Smith (Planet Records)

Hi MsStyrie, the King Stitt track is a DJ version of Monty Morris' "Tears In My Eyes" which is on the B side of "Sa What You're Saying", it's also really good.

Ms. Shona
Ms. Shona

So many great tracks here....especially the King Stitt tune (never heard that one before)