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Tomorrow's Children Bang Bang Rock Steady
A fresh, winning combination of rocksteady with funk and British Invasion. With a Beatles on the flip.



The Zodiacs Walk On By
A deadly rocksteady version of the ska tune they'd already cut for Duke Reid.
Dub Store business, from Tokyo, to their usual exquisite standards.




Eddie Perkins I'm Coming Home
Dapper 1967 rocksteady, previously unreleased. Eddie also recorded as a duo with Alton Ellis Alton And Eddy.



The Renegades Mr. Hops
Winston Matthews, Lloyd McDonald and George Haye Wailing Souls to be. From 1966, this is classic vocal rocksteady, one of the certified gems in the Merritone catalogue. Backed with unreleased ska.



Lyn Taitt And The Jets Bat Man
Unmistakable themes from the TV series soundtrack, in party-rocking style, with biff-boof organ.




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



Ernest Ranglin Free Form
Fire! The Federal musical director walks it like he talks it. Blazing horns and jazzy brilliance all round.



Eric Monty Morris Blackman Ska
Burning sufferers ska to run alongside Vernon Allen's Babylon. Too hot for the Jamaican Skarama LP (and unissued before now). Tell them, Monty.



The Sharks You Made Me Warm
This beautiful acoustic cut is previously unissued. Raw soulful lovers, with close-harmony backing, and double bass and guitar as irresistible as Egyptian Reggae. Terrific.



Stranger And Patsy Word Is Wind
A tear-up duet, with The Skatalites on the boil; and some nice, searing JA soul from Dobby Dobson, with wailing organ and hefty backbeat.