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Original Ska Sounds From The Skatalites 1963-65
Label: Soul Jazz
Kat.Nr.: SJR LP375
Pressung: UK - Reissue
Zustand: Neu Vinyl: Cover: Reggae / Roots + Exotic Grooves
This album was originally released as a limited-edition Record Store Day collectors 7-inch box set (now deleted) and is now available for the first time as a double LP edition
Original Ska Sounds From The Skatalites 1963-65 - Independence Ska And The Far East Sound
The Skatalites brought the sound of Jamaica to the world. At the start of the 1960s, in the space of just a couple of years Don Drummond, Tommy McCook, Jackie Mittoo, Ernest Ranglin, Johnny ‘Dizzy’ Moore, Lloyd Knibbs, Lloyd Brevett and others defined the exciting beat of ‘Ska’ as the sound of newly independent Jamaica.
As the house band at Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s newly launched Studio One Records at 13 Brentford Road, the group comprising the finest jazz musicians on the island played on literally 1000s of recordings – Bob Marley and The Wailers, Toots and The Maytals, Delroy Wilson, Ken Boothe, Alton Ellis and many, many more.
During their existence (1963-65) The Skatalites also recorded 100s of their own songs, released either under their own name, or The Studio One Orchestra, or that of band members Drummond, McCook etc. This is the first collection on Soul Jazz Records to bring you some of their finest material – from classics such as ‘Guns of Navarone’, ‘El Pussy Cat Ska’, ‘Christine Keeler’ through to some serious rarities such as Dizzy Johnny and The Studio One Orchestra’s ‘Sudden Destruction’ and Don Drummond’s ‘Coolie Boy’.
The Skatalites’ ska sound brought together aspects of jazz, latin, rhythm and blues, proto-Rastafarianism (tracks such as ‘Full Dread’, ‘Beardsman Ska’) and more. The intensity and energy of their sound was matched by the experimentation of the troubled genius of Don Drummond whose ‘far east’ modal trombone sound added a complex melancholy to the music of the Skatalites (the group split-up after Drummond was charged with murdering his wife, dancer Margarita Mahfood).
|A1.||Guns Of Navarone|
|A3.||El Pussycat Ska|
|A4.||Sudden Destruction||Dizzy Johnn...|
|B2.||Tell Them Lord|
|B3.||Russian Ska Fever||Don Drummond|
|B4.||Independent Anniversary Ska (...||Roland Alph...|
|B5.||Marcus Garvey||Delroy 'Bon...|
|C1.||Heaven And Earth||Don Drummon...|
|C2.||Jack Ruby Is Bound To Die||Delroy 'Bon...|
|C3.||Further East (aka The Trolley...||Don Drummond|
|D3.||Coolie Boy||Don Drummond|
|D4.||Adam's Apple (Don't Bother Me...||Tommy McCook|
|D5.||Full Dread||Tommy McCook|
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