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      April 9, 2012, at 7:59 pm

      100 Greatest Rocksteady Tunes : 100 – 11

      It’s taken five years but the final ten of the DanceCrasher 100 greatest Rocksteady tunes will start soon. This series has been really popular which is hugely gratifying and has made all the work involved more than worthwhile, so thanks to everyone who has left comments or spoken to me about this over the years.

      I’ve a feeling the last 10 will be a little controversial in places but that’s fine, this was always one persons list and anyone else’s would undoubtedly be different. Please keep sending in your own comments about the tunes that are here and the tunes that you think are missing, for a style that lasted three years at best it’s a tribute in itself that there are so many superb recordings to choose from.

      RocksteadyHere is a full list of the tunes to date:

      11) The Uniques – Beatitude
      12) Keith And Tex – Tonight
      13) The Paragons – My Best Girl
      14) Ken Boothe – Say You
      15) Slim Smith – Hip Hug
      16) Val Bennet – Russians Are Coming
      17) Soul Vendors – Swing Easy
      18) The Melodians – Swing And Dine
      19) The Minstrels – So Weary
      20) The Wailers – Bus Dem Shut
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      21) Helmsley Morris – Little things
      22) The Basses – Big Mistake
      23) Derrick Harriott – Do I Worry
      24) Gaylads – Hard To Confess
      25) Hopeton Lewis – Sounds And Pressure
      26) Joe Higgs & Dudely Sibley – Message Of Old
      27) The Fugitives – Cantelope Rock
      28) Crystalites – Alfred Hitchcock
      29) Junior Soul – Glendevon Special
      30) The Paragons – Number One
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      31) Alton Ellis – Rocksteady
      32) The Wailers – Funeral
      33) Desmond Dekker – Fu Manchu
      34) Stranger And Gladdy – Over Again
      35) The Techniques – Travelling Man
      36) The Ethiopians – Do It Sweet
      37) The Uniques – My Conversation
      38) Ken Parker – A Change Is Gonna Come
      39) The Melodians – It Comes And Goes
      40) Keith And Tex – Stop That Train
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      41) The Clarendonians – Lonely Heartaches
      42) Derrick Harriott – Solomon
      43) Ken Boothe – Can’t You See
      44) Johnny And The Attractions – Coming On The Scene
      45) The Minstrels – People Get Ready
      46) Joe White – I’m So Proud
      47) Alton Ellis – Cry Tough
      48) The Paragons – Memories By The Score
      49) The Uniques – Watch This Sound
      50) The Techniques – You Don’t Care
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      51) The Basses – River Jordan
      52) Lloyd And Glenn – That Girl
      53) Dobby Doson – Loving Pauper
      54) The Uniques – Lesson Of Love
      55) The Paragons – Tide Is High
      56) Derrick Harriot – The Loser
      57) Phylis Dillon – Perfidia
      58) Lloyd Robinson – Red Bum Ball
      59) Alva Lewis – Revelation
      60) Soul Brothers – Soul Serenade
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      61) Delroy Wilson – won’t you come home
      62) Johnny And The Attractons – Let’s Get Together
      63) Pat Kelly – Somebody’s baby
      64) The Rulers – Let My People Go
      65) Hopeton Lewis- Cool Cool Collie
      66) The Federals – You Better Call On Me
      67) Larry Marshal – Find A New Girl
      68) Alva Lewis – Suicide
      69) Prince Buster – Rock And Shake
      70) Winston Samuels – The Greatest
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      71) Johnny And The Attractions – Young Wings Can Fly
      72) Prince Buster – Shaking Up Orange Street
      73) Glen & Dave – Live Like A King
      74) Hopeton Lewis – This Musics Got Soul
      75) Dawn Penn – To Sir With Love
      76) The Wrigglers – The Cooler
      77) The Daltons – Never Kiss You Again
      78) The Gaylads – Give A Helping Hand
      79) George Dekker – Your Treating Me Bad
      80) Prince Buster – Johnny Cool
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      81) Errol Dunkley – Love Brother
      82) The Ethiopians – Headache
      83) Soul vendors – Drum Song
      84) Jamaicans – Dedicate My Song To You
      85) Karl Bryan – Way Of Life
      86) Slim and Roy – Facts Of Life
      87) The Paragons – On The Beach
      88) Errol Dunkley – You Gonna Need Me
      89) Overtakers – Thats The Way You Like It
      90) The Heptones – Why Must I
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      91) The Tartans – What Can I do
      92) The Uniques – Girls Like Dirt
      93) The Soul Tops – Baby I’ve Got News
      94) West Indians – I Mean It
      95) Lynn Tait – I Spy
      96) Alton Ellis – I’ve Got A Date
      97) Patsy – Love divine
      98) Three Tops – It’s Raining
      99) Sensations – I Was Born A Loser
      100) The Clarendonians – I Am Sorry
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      4 comments to 100 Greatest Rocksteady Tunes : 100 – 11

      • lutxo

        well, i’m not sure whether I’ve let a comment before but just want to thank to the author for the superb work. though this tracks i’ve learnt a lot about rocksteady, not to mention the pleasure to discover new tracks, artists, producers… i’m really looking forward to the top ten. big up!

      • Carl

        I’ve been following this countdown for ages, and I’m really grateful. I have discovered so many tunes I now love and cherish (I was delighted to see The Clarendonians Im Sorry and Lonely Heartaches show up on the latest Pressure Sounds release after discovering them here). I was very happy to see ‘Bus Dem Shut’ in the top ten, cos its one of my all time favourites. I love the mixture of information, label pictures and soundclips. Its been a very informative journey.
        But if its truly a list of ‘greatest’ Rocksteady tunes, I do however think that there are some massive omissions, particularly of the Studio One variety, some really obvious and immortal tunes like (off the top of my head):
        Dawn Penn – No no no
        Soul Vendors – Rockfort rock
        Alton Ellis – Im still in love with you
        The Heptones – Pretty looks isnt all
        Carlton and the Shoes – Love me forever
        Ken Boothe – ‘Moving away’,
        The Techniques – ‘Queen Majesty’ and ‘You dont care’
        Hopeton Lewis – Take it easy
        Keith and Tex – Stop that Train
        and as i mentioned before The Uniques – My Conversation.
        I know these songs are extremely well-known, but they are all beautiful and era-defining, and the basslines and riddims have been versioned endlessly all the way through to the dancehall era. It seems a shame not to acknowledge these masterpieces.
        Having said that, its been more educational to read about some of these lesser celebrated jewels. And im dying to see what the top ten will be!! please dont make us wait too long πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚
        peace

      • Carl

        Ive just noticed that 3 of the last 4 songs i listed are in fact featured in your countdown….I should have double checked before i posted the last comment, i was writing off the top of my head. The main point i was making was that your Top 100 has been a pleasure to follow (despite what i would consider as omissions or misplacements, and a penchant for favouring the less obvious), and i have learned loads!
        Thanks again

      • Doctor Zhivago

        Glad to see the final countdown, there should be at least one Wailers tune in the Top 10 and a few Coxsone chunes, Hurting Inside, Rougher Yet something from Bob Andy’s Song Book would be my choice, but as you said before, it’s all a matter of personal taste. Did I mention the Call OF The Drums. Anyway, thanks for the hard work

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