All Aboard The C.N. Express - Rock Steady & Boss Reggae Sounds From 1967 & 1968 -2020
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Recorded between mid-1967 and late 1968, the tracks range from major Jamaican hits to painfully rare obscurities, performed by an equally diverse assortment of performers that include virtual unknowns alongside such eminent artists as Alton Ellis, Eric ‘Monty’ Morris, Ernest Ranglin and Eccles’s long-standing friend and associate, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.
With 17 tracks unavailable on any format for decades, this fascinating compilation is a must for fans of rock steady and boss reggae, with the set superbly demonstrating the ever-developing sound of Jamaican music over a period now widely regarded as the most compelling in its history.
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1. SAY WHAT YOU’RE SAYING –
2. YOU THINK I’M A FOOL – Hemsley Morris *
4. EASY SNAPPIN’ – Theo Beckford
6. FEELING INSIDE – Alton Ellis & The Flames
8. WESTERN ORGAN – The Clancy Set *
10. TERRIBLE HEADACHE – The Coolers *
12. YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME – Lee Perry *
14. MOTHER’S REPLY – Lyn Taitt & The Jets *
16. PLEASE STAY – Larry & Alvin
18. NO GOOD GIRL – The Mellotones *
20. C. N. EXPRESS – Clancy’s All Stars
22. LET US BE LOVERS – Velma & Clancy
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24. SIMPLE SIMON – Eric ‘Monty’ Morris *
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26. HEART BEAT (AKA HEARTBEAT) –