Supreme Records (Studio One) discography

Bob Marley And The Wailers – White Christmas B/W

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

Bob Marley and The Wailers – White Christmas
Bob Marley And The Spiritual Sisters – Let The Lord Be Seen In Me

Released in 1965.

Bob Marley and The Wailers – White Christmas
Bob Marley and The Spiritual Sisters – Let The Lord Be Seen In Me

The Boss – Great Muga Ruga B/W

The Wailers – Jailhouse

The Boss – Great Muga Ruga
The Wailers – Jailhouse

Issued circa 1970.
This was only issued on a Supreme pre-release without artist/title credits, the black print issue had a blank label on the flip side.
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.
Great 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 and titled Great Mu, Ga, Ru, Ga. Jailhouse was also issued on Bamboo in 1970.

The Boss – Great Muga Ruga
The Wailers – Jailhouse
The Boss – Great Muga Ruga
The Wailers – Jailhouse

Bunny & Scotty – I’m Gonna Get You B/W

Roland Alphonso – Counter Punch

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.

Bunny & Scotty – I’m Gonna Get You
Roland Alphonso – Counter Punch
Bunny & Scotty – I’m Gonna Get You
Roland Alphonso – Counter Punch

Burning Spears – Door Peeper B/W

Brentford All Stars – Soul Shake

Burning Spears – Door Peeper
Brentford All Stars – Soul Shake

Released in 1970.
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 was also issued on hanging mic Studio One pre label and in the early 70’s on a white/black Coxsone label (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.

Burning Spears – Door Peeper
Brentford All Stars – Soul Shake
Burning Spears – Door Peeper
Brentford All Stars – Soul Shake
Burning Spears – Door Peeper
Brentford All Stars – Soul Shake

The Burning Spears -New Civilization B/W

Version

Burning Spears – New Civilization
New Civilization Version

Released 1972.
New Civilization was also issued on the Iron Side label with Money Generator by Karl Bryan & the Affrokats on the flip.

Burning Spears – New Civilzation
New Civilization Version

Burning Spears – Rocking Time B/W

Lascelles Perkins – Tell It All Brother

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 – Rocking Time
Lascelles Perkins – Tell It All Brother
Burning Spears – Rocking Time
Lascelles Perkins – Tell It All Brother

Burning Spears – Zion Higher B/W

Charmers – I’m Going Back

Burning Spears – Zion Higher
Charmers – I’m Going Back

The same pairing was also issued on a white/black Coxsone label and on the Coxson 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.
Zion Higher was issued in the UK on Banana backing King Cry Cry – I Had A Talk.

Burning Spears – Zion Higher
Charmers – I’m Going Back
Burning Spears – Zion Higher
Charmers – I’m Going Back

Carlton & His Shoes – Love Me Forever B/W

Carlton & His Shoes – Happy Land

Carlton & His Shoes – Love Me Forever
Carlton & His Shoes – Happy Land

Love Me Forever was Carlton & His Shoes first recording for Studio One.
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.

Carlton & His Shoes – Love Me Forever
Carlton & His Shoes – Happy Land
Carlton & His Shoes – Love Me Forever
Carlton & His Shoes – Happy Land
Carlton & His Shoes – Love Me Forever
Carlton & His Shoes – Happy Land
Carlton & His Shoes – Love Me Forever
Carlton & His Shoes – Happy Land

Carlton & His Shoes – This Feeling B/W

Carlton & His Shoes – You And Me

Carlton & His Shoes – This Feeling
Carlton & His Shoes – You And Me

Much harder to find that Love Me Forever/Happy Land but every bit as good. Released in 1968. You And Me is also known as Love Is A Treasure.
This same pairing was released on UK Studio One in ’68 and You And Me was also released on UK Coxsone titles Love Is A Treasure and credited to “Roy”.

Carlton & His Shoes – This Feeling
Carlton & His Shoes – You And Me

Clancy Eccles – Glory Hallelujah B/W
Roland Alphonso & His Upsetters – Way Out West

Clancy Eccles – Glory Hallelujah
Roland Alphonso & His Upsetters – Way Out West

Release circa 1963.
Way Out West was also issued on the All star label backed by Tommy McCook-Junior Jive, also around 1963. This same pairing was issued on a black/white blue/white and silver/blue Coxsone labels, these issues probably date from the later 60’s or early 70’s.
Glory Hallelujah/Way Out West was issued in the UK on Island in 1963 with the B side titles Hot Rod and credited to Clancy Eccles.

Clancy Eccles – Glory Hallelujah
Roland Alphonso & His Upsetters – Way Out West

The Classics – Stick Together B/W

Junior – Panty In Your Hand

The Classics – Stick Together
Junior – Panty In Your Hand

The Classics were the Wailing Souls.
Stick Together is on the same rhythm as Burning Spear – This Race.
This same pairing were also issued on a Sight ‘N’ Sounds pre-release.
Stick Together was also issued on a black/white Coxsone 7″ in the early 70’s (credited variously to the Classies/The Clasic and backed by John Holt – I’ll be Lonely) and on a red/white Studio One label (complete with a version) in the later 70’s.
Panty In Your Hand is a take on Johnny Too Bad.

The Classics – Stick Together
Junior – Panty In Your Hand

The Classics – Back Out B/W

The Classics – Pack Up

The Classics – Back Out
The Classics – Pack Up

Released 1970.
Pack Up AKA Pack Your Things (And Go)
Most frequently found on a Supreme pre without credits and often with the Pack Up side on a blank label though there is one issues with credits to 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 – Back Out
The Classics – Pack Up
The Wailing Souls – Back Out
The Wailing Souls – Pack Up
The Classics – Back Out
The Classics – Pack Up
The Classics – Back Out
The Classics – Pack Up

The Classics – Pack Your Things B/W

Burning Spear – Free Again

The Classics – Pack Your Things
Burning Spear – Free Again

Released 1970.
This pairing was probably issued on a Supreme pre only with the Burning Spear side on a blank label.
Free Again was also issued, and is far more common, on a hanging microphone Studio One label (backed with Alton Ellis – Sunday Coming) and on Bamboo in the UK (backed by Larry Marshall (credited to Irvin Brown) – Let’s Make It Up).

The Classics – Pack Your Things
Burning Spear – Free Again

The Classics – Mr Fire Coal Man B/W

Sound Dimension – Fire Coal Version

The Classics – Mr Fire Coal Man
Sound Dimension – 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.

The Classics – Mr Fire Coal Man
Sound Dimension – Fire Coal Version
The Classics – Mr Fire Cola Man
Sound Dimension – Fire Coal Version
The Classics – Mr Fire Coal Man
The Classics – Mr Fire Coal Man

Dennis Alcapone – Baby Why Version B/W

The Rhythm Rebels – Tom Tom

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 (backed by Jackie Mittoo – Jericho Skank).

Dennis Alcapone – Baby Why Version
The Rhythm Rebels – Tom Tom
Dennis Alcapone – Baby Why Version
Dennis Alcapone – Baby Why Version

Pages: 1 2 3 4

6 comments to Supreme Records (Studio One) 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

  • Al Kaatz

    There is at least one more Carlton and the Shoes release on Supreme, I have a copy of “This Feeling” b/w “You and Me”.

Leave a Reply

You can use these HTML tags

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

  

  

  

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.