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





The Skatalites Ringo
Imperious detournement of Misora Hibari's fabulous enka song Ringo Oiwake, about a woman searching for work far from home, reminded of her mother by the fragrance of apple-blossom, crying. Her ska avengement.




The Skatalites Confucius
Blistering ska masterwork. Don D cuts a swathe with flashing analytical rigour. 'Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves,' he attests. 'To see what is right and not to do it is cowardice.'



The Skatalites Ska-Boo-Da-Ba
Fans say that The Skatalites' best recordings were made at Top Deck, where Justin Yap didn't watch the clock, and the musicians could smoke weed. This was the title-track and opener of the 1965 LP.




Slim Smith Let's Get Together
Deeply soulful rock steady singing by the peerless Slim Smith, with an upbeat Webber Sisters on the flip. Bunny Lee productions, re-presented on heavy vinyl, in picture sleeves.







Soul Brothers James Bond Girl
Rollicking, mid-sixties, post-Skatalites ska thriller, led by Bobby Ellis and Roland Alphonso, with slightly different soloing to the original release. With the sweet, forsaken Summertairs: 'I love you, Errol.'