Killer funky organ – and 100% Dynamite! Jackie Mittoo is one of the all-time great organists – as essential to Jamaica as Booker T was to Memphis, or Jimmy McGriff was to New York. He's legendary these days as the player who completely transformed the Hammond sound with his unique Jamaican instrumental style during his early years with the Skatalites, and on his later solo recordings for Studio One. This set's probably the first time Mittoo's work has been properly packaged and remastered – and the folks at Soul Jazz have done an amazing job of selecting just the right tracks for such a project. The whole thing wails along with a stone rocksteady groove – with plenty of nice drum parts and funky rhythm bits underneath Jackie's soulful organ. If you dug the label's 100% Dynamite series, you'll really dig this one – and the whole thing's very much in the same vein. Tracks include "Drum Song", "Reggae Rock", "Hot Tamale", "Killer Diller", "Black Organ", "Stereo Freeze", "Wall Street", "Darker Shade Of Black", "Juice Box", and "Killer Diller". LP, Vinyl record album
A great global showcase for the growing power of Bob Marley – an excellent live set recorded in London in 1975, and a date that shows Bob and The Wailers working with the crowd in this really universal spirit! The group's almost got a funkier current here than on some of their studio record – and their sharp edges are warmed up by female backing vocals which seem almost to act as a bridge between Marley's lead, and the very enthusiastic spirit of the crowd! The whole thing's great – and titles include totally burning versions of "Trenchtown Rock", "Burnin & Lootin", "Them Belly Full", "Lively Up Yourself", "No Woman, No Cry", "I Shot The Sheriff", and "Get Up Stand Up". Fantastic 3LP version – with 12 unreleased tracks, and 2 more presented here in unreleased full length versions! LP, Vinyl record album
Jackie Edwards —
Mr Peaceful ... LP Kingston Sounds (UK), Late 60s. New Copy ...
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Sublime sounds from one of the most soulful singers on the Jamaican scene of the 60s – a vocalist whose approach was a perfect bridge between Kingston grooves and American soul! Jackie Edwards really set the tone for countless artists to follow with the sounds on this set – music that's in familiar ska, rocksteady, and early reggae modes – but which also has a universal quality that really hints at the global explosion that would come during the 70s. Titles include "Who Told You So", "I'm In The Mood", "Peaceful Man", "It's All In The Game", "Johnny You're A Gun Man", "Wad Ada", "Keep On Running", "Get Up", and "Julie On My Mind". LP, Vinyl record album