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October 25, 2017, at 10:55 pm

Hot Shots and Dub

Doctor Bird continue to build an impressive catalogue of vintage Jamaican music, they have two new CD’s out on November 10th.

Various Artists – Hot Shots Of Reggae

A quality selection of Lesley Kong productions first released in 1970 on Trojan in the UK and on Kong’s own Beverley’s imprint (as Original Reggae Hot Shots) in Jamaica. This edition collects the original 12 tracks and adds another 13 Lesley Kong productions from the same … continue reading…

September 4, 2017, at 7:51 am

Sufferer/Dancing Down Orange Street CD Releases

Another two fine CD reissues from Doctor Bird, part of the Cherry Red group. Due out on the 8 September 2017:

The Kingstonians – Sufferer The classic LP complete as first released in 1970 together with 12 additional cuts on one CD. These are either recordings by the Kingstonians or instrumental versions of tracks from their LP by the Crystalites.

This is packaged with the original sleeve, front and back on the booklet. There … continue reading…

February 18, 2016, at 12:34 pm

Four from the Trojan

The Trojan brand/catalogue has moved around a fair bit over the years and each time it moves it takes some time before it becomes clear what direction the new owners will be going with the music. The latest overseers are BMG and it looks like they will be going for artist anthologies and classic LP’s with bonus tracks. Nothing particularly surprising or groundbreaking about this strategy but the low prices and the fact that even … continue reading…

August 22, 2011, at 10:46 pm

The Story Of Trojan Records – again?

When Trojan announced they were producing a “The Story Of Trojan Records” box set I’d have to say I was just a little underwhelmed, after all Trojan have been producing Trojan Story compilations since 1971, what would be different this time?

First things first. This set totals 123 tracks over five CD’s. It’s packaged in a smart box and comes complete with a 50 page book, four reproduction print/cards and a window sticker. Now the … continue reading…

May 4, 2009, at 5:01 am

In Memory

Today is the 5th anniversary of the death of Coxsone Dodd so on this bank holiday (in the UK at least) it’s all about Studio One.

Gold Dust- A Studio One mix [audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/mix/GoldDust.mp3]

Jackie Mittoo – Gold Dust (Studio One blank) Alton Ellis – Tumbling Tears (Studio One) Clyde Alphonso – Good Enough (Studio One blank) Lloyd Green – Reggae A Go Go (Muzik City blank) Ken Boothe – Just Another Girl (Studio One) Sound … continue reading…

April 22, 2009, at 9:10 am

Ken Boothe's memories

Whilst the long overdue ideal of opening a museum dedicated to Jamaican music is wheeled out for discussion once again. It’s good to see that some people are getting on with is and not waiting for the authorities to finally pull their fingers out. See Ken Boothe and his photo collection in his home as detailed in the Gleaner recently.

March 9, 2009, at 9:51 am

The Train Is Coming

I’m not sure who thinks up these short occasional articles in the Gleaner but they are always worth a read… Ken Boothe, his song The Train Is Coming, and the Jamaican rail network.

November 30, 2008, at 12:41 pm

A German Big Shot

With it feet firmly in a pair of Doctor Martens comes Big Shot magazine straight out of Germany. Skinhead reggae/ska magazines that have a fixation with second rate UK tunes and can’t see beyond 1972 are usually pretty tedious but this mag looks pretty interesting and I wish I could understand German and read the thing.

Articles include a feature about ska, rocksteady and reggae tunes about trains, an interview with old time Jamaican soundman … continue reading…