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Supreme Records (Ja – ) discography

Supreme was one of Coxsone Dodd’s first labels, starting in the very early 60’s and being used consistently until around 1973. The label had two basic designs though these went through a variety of different colour combinations. Unusually for Studio One the label was fairly frequently used for pre-releases in the late 60’s and early 70’s with the Supreme logo being featured on labels without titles and artist credits.

This discography lists releases roughly alphabetically by artist, as it’s not always obvious which side was the A side this has been guessed in some cases with the more well known/successful side automatically assumed to be the A side. Alternative releases of the same songs on other labels are listed providing they came out in the 60’s or 70’s. Blank label issues are not mentioned as it is assumed that the majority of the late 60’s and early 70’s issues would have had a blank label release. Incorrect spellings or credits are listed as shown on the labels.

Andy & Marcia – Thou Shall Not Steal

Marcia Griffith – B-A-B-Y
Andy is Bob Andy. B-A-B-Y is a cover of the Carla Thomas 1966 soul hit written by Isaac Hayes and David Porter.

Basil Gabbidon – Mr Landlord

Don Drummond – Reload

Mr Landlord was reissued on a white Coxsone label in the 1970’s (?). Reload was also released on the All Stars label and on Blue Beat in the UK (BB179) in 1963.

Basil Gabbidon – Eanie Menie

The City Slickers – Twist Walk

Twist Walk AKA Silky. Eanie Menie was reissued circa 1971 on the Iron Side label, there was also a track of the same name by Basil Gabbidon released by Prince Buster circa 1963 but it’s not the same song.

Blues Busters – You Had It All Wrong

Blues Busters – There’s Always Sunshine

There were two issues on Supreme, the original 1961 issue (with yellow, yellow/red and blue/silver label variations) and a second issue with the black/silver label. This was released with the same a and b side on Blue Beat in the UK (BB 73) in 1962, and again in Jamaica on a white Coxsone label in the 70’s.

Blues Busters – Tell Me Why

Blues Busters – I’ve Done You Wrong

The same pairing were issued on Blue Beat in the UK in 1962.

Bob Andy – Let Them Say

Bob Andy – Experience

Experience AKA Too Experienced. It sounds like Leroy Sibbles is involved in the harmonies on Let Them Say. This pairing were also released on a Muzik City stamped pre-release, a black and white Studio One label circa 1969 and on UK Studio One in 1968.

Bob Andy – Desperate Lover

Shine and Bagga – Promised Land

Some issues list Promise Land (without the d). Desperate Lover was also issued a couple of times on black/white Coxsone in the early 70’s once with Promised Land on the flip side and once with a version, it was also issued on a Studio One 12″ circa 1979. Desperate Lover was issued in the UK on Bamboo miscredited to Bob & Marcia

Bob Andy – My Time

Roy Richards – Rocking

My Time was issued on UK Coxsone in 1968 miscredited to Alton Ellis and titled Born A Man. Rocking is on the Feeling Soul (Bob Andy) rhythm.

Bob & Marcia – Always Together

Sound Dimension – Baby Face

Always Together/Baby Face was also issued on white/black label Coxsone in the early 70’s. There was a UK issue issue of Always Together on Bamboo (BAM40) in 1970 with strings added, the Bamboo version was also issued in Jamaica on the Hanging microphone Studio One label. The original Jamaican version also had a 12″ release on the Studio One label circa 1977.
Baby Face is based on Black Is Black by Los Bravos, it was also issued on Bamboo in the UK (BAM07), there was also a white/black Coxsone label Pt1/Pt 2 issue of Baby Face in the late 70’s with overdubbed syndrums etc.

Bob Marley and The Wailers – What’s New Pussy Cat?

Bob Marley and The Wailers – Where Will I Find

The same pairing were also issued on Island in the UK (WI 254) in 1965.

Bob Marley and the Wailers – White Christmas

Bob Marley and the Spiritual Sisters – Let The Lord Be Seen In You

Issued in 1965.

The Boss – Great Muga Ruga

The Wailers – Jailhouse

The same pairing were issued on white/black, yellow/black and white/red Studio One labels (the latter titled Jail House Rudie Rudie).
Jailhouse was a reissue from 1966 it was originally release as Good Good Rudie on Blue/Silver Coxsone and on Doctor Bird in the UK.
Muga Ruga uses the horn melody from Tampin by the Rhine Oaks, it was released on Bamboo in the UK in 1970 credited to the Sound Dimension. Jailhouse was also issued on Bamboo in 1970.

Bunny & Scotty – I’m Gonna Get You

Roland Alphonso – Counter Punch

Also issued on a white/black Coxsone label. The Supreme issue has no credits on the A side and the B side is a blank. Counter Punch was first issued circa 1962 on the D Darling label.

Burning Spears – Door Peeper

Brentford All Stars – Soul Shake

It’s worth remembering that in the early days Winston Rodney was not the only singer in Burning Spear, hence the plural in the name. The same pairing were also issued on white/black Coxsone in the early 70’s (with Soul Shake credited to the Sound Dimension). Both sides were also issued on Bamboo in the UK in 1970; Door Peeper with Sound Dimension – Money Maker on the flip side and Soul Shake with Brentford Rd All Stars – Moon Ride .

The Burning Spears – New Civilization

The Burning Spears – Version

New Civilization was also issued on the Iron Side label with Money Generator by Karl Bryan & tthe Affrokats on the flip

Burning Spears – Rocking Time

Lascelles Perkins – Tell It All Brother

The same pairing were also issued on a white/black Coxsone label. The album version and some more recent 7″ reissues of Rocking Time don’t include the spoken intro which is apparently by Clement Dodd himself.

Burning Spears – Zion Higher

Charmers – I’m Going Back

The same pairing were also issued on a white/black Coxsone label. I’m Going Back was originally released on the All Stars label (and Blue Beat in the UK) in 1961 titled I’m Going Back Home.

Carlton & His Shoes – Love Me Forever

Carlton & His Shoes – Happy Land

Happy Land had a blank label on some issues. This same pairing was issued on a white black Coxsone label in the 70’s and a UK blue label Coxsone in 1968. Love Me Forever was also issued on a Coxson label with version in the early 70’s.

Clancy Eccles – Glory Hallelujah

Roland Alponso & His Upsetters – Way Out West

Glory Hallelujah was issued on Island in the UK in 1963.

The Classics – Stick Together

Junior – Panty In Your Hand

The Classics were the Wailing Souls. Stick Together (on the same rhythm as Burning Spear – This Race) was also issued on a white/black Coxsone 7″ in the early 70’s and on the Studio One label (complete with version) in the later 70’s. Panty In Your Hand is a take on Johnny Too Bad.

The Classics – Back Out

The Classics – Pack Up

Most frequently found on a Supreme pre without credits though some issues credit the Wailing Souls. Back Out was reissued many times by Dodd, mid 70’s reissues with a version appeared on white/black Coxsone and on the Coxson label. The same pairing was issued in the UK on Banana in 1970.

The Classics – Pack Up Your Things

Burning Spear – Free


Probably issued on a Supreme pre only with the Burning Spear side (AKA Free Again) on a blank label.

The Classics – Mr Fire Coal Man

Sound Dimensions – Fire Coal Version

One of the Wailing Souls biggest tunes. This was issued with it’s version on Banana in the UK in 1971 and back in Jamaica on both white/black Coxsone and white/black Studio One labels later in the 70’s.

Dennis Alcapone – Baby Why Version

The Rhythm Rebels – Tom Tom

Baby Why Version is of course a deejay cut of Baby Why by the Cables. Tom Tom is a take on the Peeping Tom (Maytals) rhythm. Baby Why Version was also issued on a red banner Studio One label later in the 70’s.

Dennis Alcapone – Nanny Version

Lloyd Williams – Reggae Feet

Nanny Version is a cut of Nanny Goat by Larry & Alvin it was issued in the UK on Banana in 1970, inexplicably credited to Mad Roy. Reggae Feet was issued in the UK on Bamboo, credited to Winston Wright.

D. Alcapone & Leroy – Love Me Version

The Classics – Rock But Don’t Fall

Dennis chats over Love Me With All Your Heart by the Gaylads. The UK issue featuring the same pairing was on Banana and this time the Dennis Alcapone cut was credited to King Sporty(!). Rock But Don’t Fall was titled Walk Walk Walk on the Banana issue and was (correctly) credited to the Wailing Souls.

Dennis Alcapone – El Paso

The Purpleites – The Pressure Is On

El Paso was Dennis Alcapone’s sound system from the late 60’s and (very) early 70’s, here he name checks it on a Studio One cut of the You Don’t Care (AKA Barbwire) rhythm. The Pressure Is on was issued on Banana in the UK in 1971 titled/credited as Me Friend – The Inn Keepers.

The Eternals – Queen Of The Minstrells

The Eternals – Stars

A classic double sider from the Eternals lead by Cornell Campbell, at least one Supreme issue credits just Carnell(sic) Campbell and not the Eternals. The same pairing were issued in Jamaica on a red label Coxsone, a white/black Coxsone, a green banner Studio One label and in the UK in 1969 on a blue label Coxsone with Queen Of The Minstrels credited to the Heptones(!). Stars was also issued on UK Nu Beat in 1969 titled Little Girl and credited to the Flames.

Freedom Singers – Do The Reggae

Sound Dimension – Funky

This was probably released on a Supreme pre-release without credits only, it was released with full labels on Coxsone.

Gladiators – Hello Caroll

Lord Creator – Unfaithful Baby

The smae pairing were also issued on a red print Studio One label. Hello Carol was released in the UK on red/white Studio One in 1969. Unfaithful Baby was issued on UK blue Coxsone the previous year, credited to Lloyd Green.

The Heptones – No One Can Make Me Warmer

Frank Cosmo – Come What May

Come What May was originally released on World Disc circa 1963.

Higgs & Wilson – Mighty Man

Higgs & Wilson – How Can I Be Sure

Joe Higgs and Roy Wilson were hugely successful in the early years of the Jamaican recording industry. The same song pairing were issued on Blue Beat in the UK in 1962 and back in Jamaica on a white/black Studio One label in the 70’s.

Horace Andy – Got To Be Sure

Jackie Mittoo – Melody Maker

Issued on a Supreme pre with a blank label on the Jackie Mittoo side. The same pairing was also issued in Jamaica on a Coxsone label and Got To be Sure was issued in the UK on Banana credited to the Freedom Singers.

Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie

Roy Richards – Can’t Go On

Some issues had blue print on both sides, some had black on both sides and some had blue on one side and black on the other. The same pairing was also issued on Banana in the UK in 1970. See also the reissue below.

Jackie Mittoo – Summer Time

Sound Dimension – Colour Him Black

Colour Him Black is the Studio One take of the Young Gifted And Black melody.

The Jamaicans – Chain Gang

The Jamaicans – Till The Dance (Is Through)

The Jamaicans – Jamaica

The Jamaicans – Hear My Plea

Jerry Jones – Still Waters

The Skatalite – Baskin Hop

Jerry Jones was an American singer who Coxsone Dodd saw perform in Jamaica and he invited her to record for him. Still Waters is a cover of the Four Tops classic, it was released in the UK on Bamboo backed by Wig Wam by the Brentford All Stars (actually the Sound Dimension). Clement Dodd didn’t re-issue old Ska tunes on Supreme as frequently as he did on some other labels but here is one example with Baskin Hop from 1965 reappearing in 1970.

John Holt – Holly Holy

Muscle Shoals – Wig Wam

Tha same pairing was also issued (and is far more common) on a hanging microphone Studio One label. The Muscle Shoals are actually the Sound Dimension.

Ken Boothe – Come Running Back

Ken Boothe – Never Leave Again

Ken Boothe – Come Running Back

Roland Alphonso – Tall In The Saddle

A second issue featruing Come Running Back, this time backed by Tall In The Saddle a reissued Ska tune originally issued on Studio One in 1965. This pairing was also released (and is far more common) on the white/black Coxsone label.

Ken Boothe – Crying Over You

Ken Boothe – I Am A Fool

Crying Over You AKA You’re No Good this was issued under the latter title on Ska Beat in the UK in 1966. I Am A Fool was also issued in America on the Musik City label with Delroy Wilson – riding for a fall on the flip side, this same pairing was also issued on the white/black Coxsone label in Jamaica.

Ken Boothe – Lonely Tear Drops

Ken Boothe – Ooh Wee Baby

This pairing were also issued on UK blue Coxosone circa 1967. Ooh Wee Baby was originally by Fred Hughes. Lonely Teardrops has been reissued recently on the Supreme label, see below.

Ken Boothe – Rock Me Baby

Ken Boothe – There She Goes

Ken Boothe – Someone Has Taken My Place
Ken Boothe – Call On Me
Some One Has Taken My Place is a cover of the US R&B hit Sea Of Love by Phil Phillips, this was also covered a couple of years later under the original title by the Heptones.

Ken Boothe – The Train Is Coming

Ken Boothe – Feel It

The Train Is Coming was issued on the Island label in the UK in 1967. The samwe pairing was issued on a black/white Studio One label probably in the early 70’s.

King Perry & the Gaylads – Run Rudie Run

Roy Richards and Jackie Mittoo – Half & Half

Kingstonians – I Make A Woman

Kingstonians – Mother Miserable (flip side to be confirmed)

I Make A Woman was also issued on the Coxsone label in Jamaica and on blue Coxsone in the UK in 1968.

Larry Marshall – Bendown
Don Drummond – Royal Flush

Bendown should be Bend Down.

Larry Marshall – Thelma

Soul Defenders – Still Calling

Still Calling is an instrumental cut to Rasta Is Calling by the Nightingales. Some issues credit this to Im & the Soul Defenders. Thelma was also issued on white/black Coxsone backed by African Chant by the Sound Dimension.

Larry Marshall – It Makes Me Feel

Larry Marshall – Version
Song writing credits go to Alton Ellis who can also be heard on backing vocals.

Larry Marshall – Together Now

Larry Marshall & The New Establishment – Together Now (Ver.)

Larry Marshall – True Believer
[credit?] – Version

Larry & Alvin – Hush Up

Larry & Alvin – Can’t You Understand

The same pairing were issued on UK Studio One in 1968. Larry and Alvin were Larry Mashall and Alvin Leslie.

Larry & Alvin – Free I Lord

The Sound Demension – Version

Larry & Alvin – Nanny Goat

The Actions – Wepp

See below as well, there were two issues of Nanny Goat with different flip sides. This pairing was also issued on the Studio One label in the 70’s and on the UK Studio One label in 1968 with Wepp titled Smell You Crep and credited to Larry And Alvin.

Larry and Alvin – Nanny Goat

King Rocky – The King is Back

A second issue for Nanny Goat , this time paired with Anthony Ellis as King Rocky. The King Is Back was issued on UK the Studio One label in 1968.

Larry & Alvin – Press Along Nyah

Larry & Alvin – Press Along Nyah (Ver

Larry & Alvin – Throw Me Corn

Larry & Alvin – Throw Me Corn Version

Throw Me Corn saw a couple of different issues on the Studio One label in the 70’s.

Lloyd Williams – Little School Girl

Richards & Mad – Creation Version

This was possibly only released on a Supreme pre-release (without credits). Both sides were issues in the UK; Little School Girl backed by Lloyd Williams – I’m In Love With You on Bamboo and Creation Version backed by DJ Special by King Sporty on Banana. Mad is Leroy Horsemouth Wallace more frequently a drummer but he did deejay a few sides, usually credited as Mad Roy.

Lloyd Williams – Because I Am Black

Ernest Ranglin – Federated Backdrop

(Is It) Because I Am Black is a cover of Syl Johnsons 1969 R&B classic.

Marcia Griffiths – Let Me Hold (You Tight)

Righteous Flames – You Don’t Know

Let Me Hold is better know as Hold You Tight and was originally by Johnny Nash.
Both tracks were also issued on blue Coxsone in the UK: You Don’t Know had Roy Richards – Summertime on the flipside and Hold Me Tight had The Bassies- Home Sweet Home.

Marcia Griffiths – Truly

(Zoot) Simms and (Arthur) Robinson – Drought

The same pairing were release on UK Studio One in 1968. Truly was also issued in the 70’s on a white/black Coxsone label with a version on the flip side.

Marcia Griffiths – Melody Life

Marcia Griffiths – Mark My Word

This pairing were also issued circa 1968 on the Studio One (hanging microphone) label and in the 70’s on the white/black Coxsone label. Both Mark My Word and Melody Life were issued on seperate releases on the Coxson label paired with their versions. Both sides had UK issues on the blue Coxsone label in 1968; Melody Life backed with Dodd All Stars (Roy Richards) – Hip Shuffle and Mark My Word backed with Bob Andy – My Time (credited on the label as Alton Ellis – Born A Man).

Marcia Griffiths – You’re No Good
Marcia Griffiths – Wall Of Love

Owen & Millie The City Slickers Orchestra – Do You Know

Owen & Millie The City Slickers Orchestra – Sit And Cry

The same pairing was issued on Blue Beat in the UK in 1962.

Owen Boyce – Hurting Inside

Own Boyce – You Love Me Too

Owen Grey – I Don’t Want To Lose Your Love
Burning Spear – Walla Walla


The Owen Grey side is possibly a Junior Lincoln (UK) production and was also released on Bamboo in the UK where it was credited to “Omen”.

The Paragans – Change Your Style

The Paragans – Have You Ever Been In Love

This should be the Paragons of course. This was released on a variety of different colour Studio One labels from the late 60’s onwards, the majority carry the Paragans misspelling. The same pairing were also released on UK Studio One in 1969.

The Paragons Rolando And His Soul Brothers – Follow Me
The Paragons Rolando And His Soul Brothers – Good Luck And Good Bye

Follow Me is a cover of the Drifters 1965 tune.

The Paragons – Play Girl

The Paragons – Love At Last

Righteous Flames – Ease Up

Jackie Mittoo & the Soul Vendors – Evening Time

The same pairing was also issued on white/black Coxsone where Ease Up was credited to the Basses and on UK Studio One in 1968.

Rita Marley – Time To Turn

Peter Touch & The Chorus – Can’t You See

Roland Alphonso & His Upsetters – Treasure Isle

Blues Busters – How Many Times

Roland Alphonso – Mellow Mood

The Maytals – Marching On

Marching On (AKA Promised Land) was originally issued on N&D Records circa 1964. This pairing was also issued on Banana records in the UK.

Rolando & His Soul Bros – Rollie Pollie

Tiny Brown – I Really Love You

Senor Rolando & the Studio 1 Orchestra – And I Love Her

Lord Creator & the Studio 1 Orchestra – March Jamaicans March

Simms & Robinson – White Christmas

Simms & Robinson – Searching

Slim Smith – The New Boss

Slim Smith – I’ve Got Your Number

The New Boss is loosely based on The Love You Save by Joe Tex. The same pairing was issued on Island 7″ in the UK in 1967.

Supertones – Trust No Shadow

Supertones – Shirley

The Three Tops – Love And Inspiration
The Three Tops – Moving To Progress

The same pairing were issued on Studio One in the UK in 1967 (credited to the Treetops).

Tony Gregory – One More Chance
Tony Gregory – I’ve Lost My Love
The same pairing were released on Doctor Bird in the UK in 1966.

Tony Gregory – Only A Fool (Breaks His Own Heart)

Tony Gregory – Pure Soul
The same pairing was issued on UK blue Coxsone in 1967. Pure Soul is actually by the Soul Bros. with Tony Gregory on the Hammond Organ.

Tony Gregory – Pretty Girl
Tony Gregory – All My Love
The same pairing was issued on Doctor Bird in the UK.

Tony Gregory – Serenade Of Love

Tony Gregory – I Found Love
Possibly the only Supreme that came out on coloured vinyl, does anyone know of anymore?

Tony Gregory & the Soulettes – Baby Come On Home
Tony Gregory – Maria Elana

The same pairing were issued on Doctor Bird in the UK.

Tony Gregory & Marcia Griffiths – Oh My Baby
Tony Gregory & Marcia Griffiths – You’re Mine

Winston Francis – Always Something There To Remind Me

King Stitt – Rhyming Time

Also issued with the same pairing on a Studio One “hanging microphone” label. “Always Something There…” was written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David and was recorded by Sandie Shaw in 1964 and Dionne Warwick in 1968. “Rhyming Time” is a version of “Dancing Time” by Bop & The Beltones.

Winston Francis – Groovy Situation
Him and Dave and The Sound Dimension – Up Fully

Him = Cedric “Im” Brooks. Up Fully is a version of Come Let’s Make It Up by Larry Marshall.

Winston Francis – Mr Fixit

Sound Dimensions – Strugglers

This was issued circa 1968, there was a 1972 issue on white/black Studio One and on UK FAB that has organ overdubs.

Winston Francis – Same Old Song

Sound Dimensions – Mix It Up

The same pairing were issued in the UK on Bamboo in 1969 with Mix It Up retitled Rattle On. Same Old Song is a cover of the Tams song (composed by Joe South) that was issued on the flip side of Be Young Be Foolish Be Happy which was a US R&B and Pop hit in 1968.

Winston Francis – Turn Back The Hands Of Time

Cecille Campbell – Sing Out Loud

Turn Back the Hands Of Time was issued on Bamboo in the UK (backed by Sound Dimension – Soul Bowl (AKA Come Together)). Sing Out Loud was issued on Banana in the UK credited to Ceceil Locke (backed by Errol Dunkley – Satisfaction).

Winston Harris – Reggae A Go Go

Paragons – My Satisfaction

Both sides were issued on separate releases on blue Coxsone in the UK in 1968. Reggae A Go Go (credited to Lloyd Green) was backed by Lord Creator Unfaithful Baby and My Satisfaction was backed by Lester Stirling – African Beat.

Winston and Jerry – All In The Game

Sound Dimension – Soul Joint

By Winston Francis and Jerry Jones, All In The Game was issued in the UK on Banana in 1970 credited to Jerry & Freedom Singers. Soul Joint is a version of Catch The Quinela by the Actions.

Zoot Simms – We Can talk It Over

Zoot Simms – Tit For Tat

This was possibly only issued with a blank B side. We Can Talk It Over was also issued on a yellow Coxsone with Sound Dimension – Jamaica Bag on the flip side. Tit For Tat was also released on a banner type Studio One label (in several color variations) with John Holt – (Fancy) Make Up on the other side.

Reissues on the Supreme label

Al Campbell & the Thrillers – Don’t Run Away
Jackie Mittoo – Take 10

There were two issues of this in the 2000’s, both possibly unauthorised

Jackie Mittoo – El Bang Bang

Basil Gabbidon – I Need Your Loving

There have been two reissues with this pairing,both are probably unauthorised.

Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie

Roy Richards – Can’t Go On

An official Studio One reissue,

Ken Boothe – Lonely Teardrops

The Maytals – Helo Honey

Possibly an unauthorised release. Lonely Teardrops is popular with Northern Soul people.

Ken Boothe – Lonely Teardrops

Ken Boothe – Satisfaction
Probably unauthorised, this issue was released in Europe in 2011.

The Jamaicans – Chain Gang

Charlie Organnaire – Rude Boy Charlie

Fully licensed Japanese repress from Rock A Shacka

Jerry Jones – Still Water

Jerry Jones & Sound Dimension – Still Water (Version)
A cover of the Four Tops tune, this was official Studio One re-issue.

Larry Marshall – It Makes Me Feel

It Makes Me Feel Version
An official Studio One reissue

The Skatalites – Beard Man Ska
Basil Gabbidon – Mr.Landlord
2012(?) probably an official Studio One release. This pairing were first issued in 1965 on the Studio One label.

The Viceroys – So Many Problems

Cecile Campbell – Whisper To Me

2014 bootleg, probably from Germany

Winston Francis – Groovy Situation
Sound Dimension – Up Fully
An official Studio One re-issue.

Larry Marshall – Lets Make It Up/It Makes Me Feel

It Makes Me Feel
Larry Marshall – Free I Lord/True Believer
4 track 10″ single. There were two issues, first a bootleg and and then an official issue.

A special thanks to the following for making this discography possible:
www.rootsvinylguide.com, Roots Knotty Roots, Midnight Drifters, Tommy Far East, the Rhythm Ruler, Thore (Thundering Vibration), Ska-Nick, themusicologist.
Publications:
Never Grow Old: Studio One Singles Listing & Rhythm Directory. Rob Chapman, 1999.
Never Grow Old: Studio One Singles Listing & Rhythm Directory. Rob Chapman, 5th edition 2016.

5 comments to Supreme Records (Ja – ) discography

  • Superb piece mr DC
    a PROPER knowledgehustler.
    MAXiMUM Respect.

    p.s that Roy Richards ‘Rocking’ .. isn’t it a cut of Keith Andersons ‘Feeling Soul’ ??

  • jack_of_my_trade

    Just found this excellent list. I have a couple more to add (unless I overlooked): “Rhyming time” (King Stitt) / “Always something there to remind me” (Winston Francis) on a Pre. “Crying over you” and “I am a fool” (Ken Boothe on a full labelled copy. Regards!

  • Apollo 69

    LOVE THIS! great to have a soundfile, label scan and backround info about that released! well done!
    p.s. i have a copy of Marcia Griffiths first record – ‘Wall Of Love’ / ‘You’re No Good’. so i could provide soundfile and label scan.
    Best regards
    Stefan

  • admin

    Hi Apollo 69 – Thanks very much – any help with label scans will be greatly appreciated! You can send them to dancecrasher.co.uk @ gmail.com
    (remove the spaces).

    Thanks!
    Tim

  • Vince Owens

    Hi
    What about Duppy Serenade by the Innkeepers – that is on Supreme.
    Cheers
    Vince

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