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Supreme Records (Studio One) discography

Dennis Alcapone – Nanny Version B/W

Lloyd Williams – Reggae Feet

Dennis Alcapone – Nanny Version
Lloyd Williams – Reggae Feet

Released circa 1970.
Nanny Version is a deejay 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, also in 1970, credited to Winston Wright.

Dennis Alcapone – Nanny Version
Lloyd Williams – Reggae Feet
Dennis Alcapone – Nanny Version
Lloyd Williams – Reggae Feet
Dennis Alcapone – Nanny Version
Lloyd Williams – Reggae Feet

D.Alcapone & Leroy – Love Me Version B/W

The Classics – Rock But Don’t Fall

Dennis Alcapone – Love Me Version
The Classics – Rock But Don’t Fall

Released circa ’70/71.
Dennis Alcapone 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 and was (correctly) credited to the Wailing Souls.

Dennis & Leroy – Love Me Version
The Classics – Rock But Don’t Fall
The Classics – Rock But Don’t Fall

Dennis Alcapone – El Paso B/W

The Purpleites – The Pressure Is On

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 as Me Friend by the Inn Keepers.

Dennis Alcapone – El Paso
The Purplelites – The Pressure Is On
Dennis Alcapone – El Paso
The Purplelites – The Pressure Is On
Dennis Alcapone – El Paso
The Purplelites – The Pressure Is On (note typed label)

The Eternals – Queen Of The Minstrells B/W

The Eternals – Stars

The Eternals – Queen Of The Minstrels
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 reissued on UK Nu Beat in 1969 titled Little Girl and credited to the Flames.

The Eternals – Queen Of The Minstrells
The Eternals – Stars
The Eternals – Queen Of The Minstrells
The Eternals – Stars
Carnell Campbell – Queen Of The Minstrells
Carnell Campbell – Stars
The Eternals – Queen Of The Minstrells
The Eternals – Stars

Freedom Singers – Do The Reggae B/W

Sound Dimension – Funky

Freedom Singers – Do The Reggae
Sound Dimension – Funky

Released circa 1970.
This was probably released on a Supreme pre-release (without credits) only, it was released with full labels on a pink/white and blue/white Coxsone. There are also issues on a Studio One hanging microphone pre-release. Do The Reggae is a take on Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye by Steam.

Freedom Singers – Do The Reggae
Sound Dimension – Funky
Freedom Singers – Do The Reggae (this issue also had the pink Supreme label on the reverse)

Gladiators – Hello Caroll B/W

Lord Creator – Unfaithful Baby

Gladiators – Hello Carol
Lord Creator – Unfaithful Baby

Released circa 1968.
This same pairing was also issued on a red print Studio One label.
Hello Carol was released in the UK on red/white Studio One in 1969 (backed by Richard Ace – More Reggae).
Unfaithful Baby was issued on UK blue Coxsone the previous year, credited to Lloyd Green (backed by Reggae A Go Go, also credited to Lloyd Green but actually by Winston Harris).

The Gladiators – Hello Caroll
Lord Creator – Unfaithful Baby
The Gladiators – Hello Caroll
The Gladiators – Hello Caroll
Lord Creator – Unfaithful Baby
The Gladiators – Hello Caroll
Lord Creator – Unfaithful Baby

The Heptones- No One Can Make Me Warmer B/W

Frank Cosmo – Come What May

The Heptones – No One Can Make Me Warmer
Frank Cosmo – Come What May

Released circa 1970.
Come What May was originally released on World Disc circa 1963.

The Heptones – No One Can Make Me Warmer
Frank Cosmo – Come What May

Higgs & Wilson – Might Man B/W

Higgs & Wilson – How Can I Be Sure

Higgs & Wilson – Mighty Man
Higgs & Wilson – How Can I Be Sure

Released circa 1961. Joe Higgs and Roy Wilson were hugely successful in the early years of the Jamaican recording industry, this was there first release for Coxsone.
This same pairing was issued on Blue Beat in the UK in 1962 and back in Jamaica on a black on white Studio One label in the 70’s.

Higgs & Wilson – Might Man
Higgs & Wilson – How Can I Be Sure
Higgs & Wilson – Might Man
Higgs & Wilson – How Can I Be Sure

Horace Andy – Got To Be Sure B/W

Jackie Mittoo – Melody Maker

Horace Andy – Got To Be Sure
Jackie Mittoo – Melody Maker

Released in 1970.
This Supreme issue was on a pre-release only without credits and with a blank label on the Jackie Mittoo side. The same pairing was also issued in Jamaica on a Coxsone label.
Got To be Sure was issued in the UK on Banana credited to the Freedom Singers (on the reverse of Walla Walla by Burning Spear, that was credited to Owne Wright).

Horace Andy – Got To Be Sure
Jackie Mittoo – Melody Maker

Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie B/W

Roy Richards – Can’t Go One

Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie
Roy Richards – Can’t Go on

Released in 1970 and obviously a big seller based on the number of different label variations this seems to have.
The same pairing was also issued on Banana in the UK in 1970 and on a black on white Jamaican Coxsone issue.
See also the reissue below.
The different label variations on this issue are particularly complex and those shown below are almost certainly not complete. There were different shades of blue (the 1st listed is the most common issue), two different black print designs and a number of issues with different print colour on each side.

Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie
(1st shade of blue)
Roy Richards – Can’t Go On (2nd shade of blue)
Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie
Roy Richards
– Can’t Go On
Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie
Roy Richards – Can’t Go On (also released with a black print A side).
Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie
Roy Richards – Can’t Go On
Jackie Mittoo – Peenie Wallie
Roy Richards – Can’t Go On

Roy Richards – Can’t Go On (released with a black print A side)

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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”.

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