Rock Steady Got Soul (VINYL - 2LP)

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Beskrivelse
Soul Jazz Records' new Studio One release Rocksteady Got Soul is a collection of uplifting and superb rocksteady and soulful reggae from the late 1960s and early 1970s. Studio One is the number one label in the history of reggae and he album features - as ever with Studio One - an impeccable and unbeatable line-up of reggae superstars, all soaring at the height of their creative powers. Alton Ellis, John Holt, The Heptones, Jackie Mittoo, The Ethiopians, Lee Perry and more. The album is a mix of classic tunes and rhythms alongside super-rarities that were released in a dazzlingly complex web of Studio One labels and issues, deftly navigated with new sleevenotes from author and Studio One authority Rob Chapman. But enough with the chatter, just spin the platter - these tunes rule the town, hands down!

This Soul Jazz/Studio One album is released as deluxe gatefold double-vinyl + house inners + download code. Also as jewel case CD housed in card slipcase. Both formats come with full sleeve notes/discography and exclusive photography. The album is also available digitally.
Produktfakta
Utgitt 2021 Format VINYL - 2LP
Sjanger Reggae Antall disker 2
Antall spor 18 Artist Diverse Artister, Diverse Reggae
Bestillingsnummer SJR464LP
Sporliste
Disk 1
  1. Alton Ellis It's True
  2. The Heptones You Turned Away
  3. The Gladiators Mr Sweet
  4. The Jail Breakers Work It Up
  5. Lee Perry & The Gaylads Run Rudie Run
  6. The Heptones Young Generation
  7. Jackie Mittoo Good Feeling
  8. C. Marshall I Need Your Loving
  9. Alton Ellis I'll Be Waiting
Disk 2
  1. The Clarendonians The Tables Gonna Turn
  2. Ken Parker When You're Gone
  3. Sound Dimension Traveling Home
  4. Errol Dunkley Get Up Now
  5. John Holt My Heart Is Gone
  6. Freedom Singers And Larry Marshall Monkey Man
  7. The Ethiopians Let The Light Shine
  8. Im And David Money Maker
  9. The Viceroys Lose And Gain