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Tommy McCook Gold Finger
Tough 007 high jinks. DD and co flay flesh from bone on the flip.




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



The Minstrels People Get Ready
Sublimely versioning the almighty Curtis anthem; with another rocksteady clarion-call on the flip, brassy and more stern, by The Hamlins.



Jackie Mittoo And The Soul Brothers Last Train To Skaville
'The Soul Brothers possess a Crystal Clear Sound. Obviously it would be better to Cut the Chatter and Spin the Platter.' Instrumentals by the awesome house band led by Jackie Mittoo and Roland Alphonso, 1965-67.



Monty And The Cyclones Summertime
A heavy, rumbunctious, rocking version by a young Monty Alexander, with a tasty eastern tang; plus a terrific rolling shuffle, on the flip.





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.




Hemsley Morris Stay Loose
Ace rocksteady from the excellent, under-recorded singer. The one and only Joe Higgs lurking on the flip, hurting and wise as ever. Both backed by The Dynamites and produced by Clancy Eccles.



Junior Murvin Glendevon Special
Aka Junior Soul. Brawny, get-onboard rocksteady, with nyabinghi drumming throughout including a tasty break. A first sighting of Solomon, from Police And Thieves.