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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.



The Tartans Dance All Night
Tasty rudeboy anthems from Cedric 'Congos' Myton, Devon Russell and co a dancehall tribute, a jailhouse portent. Double-bass in the place.



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



The Minstrels Hey There Lonely Girls
Pure loveliness from 1967 with an acappella version.



The Jamaicans Chain Gang
Bad Studio One ska a Sam Cooke cover by the Baba Boom crew, and a harmonica-instrumental rude-boy shout-out by Charlie Organaire. Via Drum And Bass in Osaka, with silk-screened labels. Killer.



Roy Richards Summer Time
A couple of Soul Vendors scorchers backing Roy Richards on Summertime and Owen Gray in a version of the Brenton Wood soul classic. Lovely silkscreened labels. Rock-A-Shacka business.




Ken Boothe Sweet Song For My Baby
Tight and punchy, melancholic and soulful, great horns another winner from Mr Rocksteady.



Horace Andy Black Man's Country
Sleepy's first ever record, produced by Phil Pratt. Peter Austin on the flip probably trumps him, with some good, current advice.




The Skatalites Coconut Ska
With Raymond Harper, Baba Brooks, Drumbago and co.



Roland Alphonso Pipeline
Drumbago on the flip is the one, about getting drunk.



Toots And The Maytals 54-46
Unusual, fresh rocksteady version.