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  • Date: 9-09-2014, 02:30
9-09-2014, 02:30

Essential Jamaican Deejay Tracks 1969-1982 [FLAC]

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Essential Jamaican Deejay Tracks 1969-1982 [FLAC]

Essential Jamaican Deejay Tracks 1969-1982 [FLAC]
40 Tracks | Release: 1969-1982 | FLAC LossLess | 44.1 Khz, Joint-Stereo | 604 MB
Genre: Reggea

I came across this digital-only release about 4 years ago and just dismissed it, being so skeptical about the majority of reggae releases on mp3 sites that are really just the same old Bunny Lee productions under different names. A bredren of mine checked it a couple of weeks later and actually bought the thing (at least it was in flac and not cheap itunes mp3 fuckery). Well, before I had time to tell him what a rasclaat he'd been for getting ripped off by buying the same old Bunny Lee tracks again, he sent me a message telling me how good it was. Turns out I should have listened to the soundclips or studied the tracklist a little harder because this is actually a very interesting likkle collection.
The title, "Essential Jamaican Deejay Tracks1974-76" is wrong (try 1969 - 1982) and the artwork is appalling; but really this is a very cool collection that covers the evolution of reggae deejaying in style, showcasing lots of different producers and styles and with a keen eye for the obscure and "rare" track selection.

This isn't a "professional" release by any means, it's obviously ripped from someone's private vinyl collection (with all the crackles and pops intact) and the likelihood of any legitimate licensing or royalties paid is very slim; but as an opportunity for the non vinyl collector to have these wonderful sides of wax then this is truly indispensable.

Now, given that this isn't a physical release and some of the track information was inaccurate, I've re-ordered, renamed and retagged the songs and present them now in chronological order.
The only track I couldn't identify or find any information on is the track called here "Heavier Than Lead" by Hugh Roy Junior. No song called "Heavier Than Lead" performed by Hugh Roy Junior exists, and indeed if you listen to the other track on this compilation by him you'll realize that this "Heavier Than Lead" track features a completely different deejay.
I left it on here tagged wrongly (with an estimated release date) until someone more knowledgeable than me can identify it properly.

Okay, here's what you get:

1. SIR COLLINS & THE BLACK DIAMONDS - Black Panther
2. SIR HARRY - Musical Broom
3. TOMMY MCCOOK & ACE CANNON - Wanted
4. CRUTCHES - Go Back Version
5. THE HOT ROD ALL STARS - Lick It Back
6. LIZZY - More Heartaches
7. BLACK PANTA - White Man Is Fuckery
8. CHARLIE ACE - Do Something
9. PRINCE BUSTER & FENDER - Baby Version
10. DELROY JONES - Zion Train
11. BIG JOE - Mas Gan
12. HUGH ROY JUNIOR - Rhythm Shack
13. JOHNNIE LOVER - Straight To The Head
14. JEFF DIXON (as J.D. THE ROC) - Superbad
15. JAH FISH - Vampire Rock
16. KING KOUCHI - Run Come Hide
17. KING SMILEY - Do It To Me
18. LIZZY - Bandolo Skank
19. JERRY LEWIS - The Godfather
20. JERRY LEWIS - 5000 Watts
21. DERRICK MORGAN - Great Musical Battle
22. AL MOODIE - Moses Rock
23. U-ROY (as HUGH ROY) - Hard Feeling
24. U-ROY (as HUGH ROY) - Regular Style
25. DENNIS ALCAPONE & LIZZY - Take Your Time
26. JAH MOJO - Truth And Truth
27. JAH VILL - The Bump
28. KING MIGUEL - The World Is Black
29. KING MIGUEL - Town Talk
30. JAH NATTY & THE REBELS - Man To Man
31. KING ONEY - Your Honour
32. SIR LEE - Whip Them No Skip Them
33. SHORTY THE PRESIDENT - Beast From The East
34. SHORTY THE PRESIDENT - Loving Bingo
35. HUGH ROY JUNIOR - Heavier Than Lead
36. SPANNA & FREDDIE MCKAY - A Little Longer
37. TRINITY - The Book Of Roots
38. BIG JOE - Home Guard
39. RANKING CHARLIE - Caught Her Red Handed
40 JAH WOOSH - Ethiopia Pretty
Essential Jamaican Deejay Tracks 1969-1982 [FLAC]

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