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Roland Alphonso Sai Pan
Killer deep ska, superbly led by Roland A. Backed with the Black Brothers' rude boy anthem, Born To Rule.



Gladstone Anderson Glad Sounds
With Lynn Taitt And The Jets at Federal in 1968. From Dubstore, Tokyo; now on vinyl.




Henry Buckley Thank You Girl
1966 rocksteady, elegantly heartfelt as Nat King Cole.





The Dynamites Fountain Bliss
Rudie gone soft. Irresistible love songs with simmering brass, splashing cymbals on the A; classy sax on the flip.




The Gaylettes Silent River Runs Deep
Perfect irresistible, bumptious girl-pop from Judy Mowatt's group.



Don Henry As Long As I Live
Sweet, uptempo rock steady from Henry Buckley, in 1968, with backing from The Gaylettes. A more rootsy, Biblical edge to the B-side, which was originally coupled with Roland Alphonso's How Soon.



Joe Higgs You Hurt My Soul
JH has ample hurt and soulfulness in his great voice to express this song with tasty horns, and a little Maytals in the vocal arrangement. Tough Taitt instrumental on the flip.




Hopeton Lewis Cool Collie
Trilbies off to the herb superb with a rocking backbeat, from 1966. Nice bass on the flip, too strong, minor-key storybook-soul.



Hopeton Lewis Don't Cry
Flip it for A De Pon Dem. Rough!



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