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Derrick Harriott Reach Out I'll Be There
Juggernaut version of the Four Tops, with Ike Bennett at the organ leading Ilya Kuryakin on the flip.







Derrick Harriott Some Guys Have All The Luck
Doing over The Persuaders with his customary aplomb; and keeping it in the family, a nice Kim Harriott lovers on the flip, another cover.



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.



The History Of Blue Beat The Birth Of Ska
The first twenty-five Blue Beat sevens, As and Bs.



The History Of Blue Beat The Birth Of Ska (Volume 2)
The second twenty-five Blue Beat sevens, As and Bs.
A-sides only on the 180g vinyl.



Chuck Jacques Dial 609
Rocking Caltone business with a classic Lynn Taitt rocksteady instrumental on the flip.




Jamaican Skarama Jamaican Skarama
Ace Ken Khouri productions for Federal, from 1964-5; beautifully repackaged.



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.



Maurice Johnson Got To Be At The Party
Deep, legendary rocksteady from Maurice 'Professor' Johnson, of the mighty Tenors. Both sides can't fail. Price and presentation from the dodgy end of the reissue game, unfortunately.