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The 100 greatest tunes released by Pama Records.

Pama records existed from 1967 to the mid 1970’s. Founded by the Palmer Brothers and based in West London they were the only significant competitors to Trojan records in the late 60’s and early 70’s. Alongside the parent Pama label they operated the following subsidiary labels: Bullet, Camel, Crab, Escort, Gas, Nu Beat/New Beat, Ocean, Pama Supreme, Supreme and Unity.

The following is a personal list of our favourite tunes released on Pama and it’s subsidiary labels. It’s intended that the list will be updated every week with the next ten but as anyone who followed the 100 greatest rocksteady tunes list it may take a little longer! Let us know which tunes are your favourites and which ones really deserved a place on this list.

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