The CD / LP came as you saw it & was released before I joined the set-up.
However, one thing I can say is that the band line-up quoted in the sparse sleeve notees (including a Mr. Iron Spratt !) were all made up by Bobby at the time of putting the LP together.
The late Winston Grennan was always Bobby's (The Carib Beat's) drummer, and I always recognise his drumming as he is the one who really slaps the snare drum when rimshotting (BMD - that's not a sexual term).
There were plans for a volume 2 but, allegedly, Mr. Aitken junior is quite difficult to deal with (being one thing) & getting the records to use being another (I once spoke to a collector who wanted £20-£30 a side to master up from - which would have make the producetion costs unfeasible).
'Come 'ere croffy-back - This is a summit meeting f'or the dead Reggae King' (Freddie Notes & The Rudies, 1970)