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April 17, 2010, at 8:35 am

Perry The Trojan

A few years ago when Sanctuary were at the helm you couldn’t move for new Trojan product with three or four re-issue CD’s coming out every month. Since Universal took control of the label new re-issues have slowed down to a trickle and whilst what has come out has been well selected and presented it hasn’t exactly set the world on fire. The same looks to be the case for the next scheduled release, a compilation of Lee Scratch Perry’s productions called Sipple Out Deh – Best Of The Black Art Years: The Jamaican 7”s, 1974 to 1978.

If you were buying Perry CD reissues back in the 90’s there in unlikely to be much here that gets you trembling with excitement but for people who haven’t been into the music for a year and a day this promises to be a real treat and a great introduction into the world of LSP.

Trojan hope that this will be the first in a series of Scratch compilations.

DISC #1: 1974 to 1976: Sipple Out Deh
1. Enter The Dragon – The Upsetters
2. It Hurts So Good (aka Hurt So Good) – Susan Cadogan & The Mighty Diamonds
3. Babylon A Fall – King Burnett (Watty Burnett)
4. Curley Locks – Junior Byles
5. Dreader Locks – Junior Byles & Lee Perry
6. Stay Dread – Lee Perry
7. Do It Baby (aka Nice And Easy) – Susan Cadogan
8. The Long Way – Junior Byles
9. Three Blind Mice – Max Romeo & The Upsetters
10. Three Times Three – King Tubbys
11. Bury The Razor – The Upsetters
12. Down Here In Babylon – Brent Dowe
13. Be Thankful (For What You’ve Got) – Bunny ‘Rugs’ Clarke
14. Woman’s Gotta Have It – Jimmy Riley
15. Bushweed Corntrash – Bunny & Ricky
16. Roast Fish And Corn Bread (Jamaican mix) – Lee Perry
17. Sipple Out Deh (Jamaican mix) – Max Romeo
18. Ital Corner – Prince Jazzbo
19. Police And Thief (Police And Thieves) – Junior Murvin
20. White Belly Rat – Lee Perry
21. Sufferer’s Time – The Heptones
22. A Wah Dat (aka A Wat Dat) – Junior Dread
23. Mr Cop – Gregory Isaacs

DISC #2: 1977 to 1978: Vibrate On
1. Vibrate Onn (Jamaican mix) – Augustus Pablo & The Upsetters
2. Better Future – Errol Walker
3. Mistry Babylon – The Heptones
4. Stand Up – Eric Donaldson & The Keystones
5. No Peace – The Meditations
6. Ethiopia Land – Peter & Paul Lewis
7. My Little Sandra – Leo Graham
8. Green Bay Incident – Lord Sassafras
9. Think So – The Meditations
10. Home Gard – Michael Campbell (aka Mikey Dread)
11. Travelling – Debra Keese & The Black Five
12. Peace And Love – Shuamark & Robinson
13. Dread At The Control – Michael Campbell (aka Mikey Dread)
14. Forward With Jah Orthodox – Mystic I
15. Land Of Love – The Sons Of Light
16. Brother Noah – The Shadows
17. Give Thanks (and Praise) – Junior Ainsworth
18. Mr Money Man – Danny Hensworth
19. Cross Over – Junior Murvin
20. Guideline – George Faith
21. Babylon Falling – The Heptones

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