Do It Madly - (Chuck Barry Jr)
Good credo from Junior Byles' uk aka, on the back of Son Of Thunder in JA.
Leaving on a Jetplane - (probably David Issacs)
or Glen Adams but that's no Upsetter prod, so indeed Isaacs is more likely
Lonely & Blue . Paragons (probably the Versatiles)
Teardrops falling . Paragons (tearDrops - The Versatilies??)
right, all Versatiles from Deltone '68 are Upsetter's, so inclus Spread Your Bed, Worries A Yard, Children Get Ready, Someone To Love, Action Line, The Horse, Te Ta Toe, enz ...
Chapter 3 . Lee Perry
read chapter 3 of Clint Eastwood by the maistro personally.
aka 'The Rhythm', Upsetter pure sang drumnbass version of The Marvels' Someday We'll be Together; was also issued on the back of Duppy Conquer.
Poison Sentence . Upsetters (actually Prison Sentence)
together with Live Injection on a blank Upsetter stamped 7
this one makes my cold sweat brake out ... an absolute Upsetter rarity and killer vocal by Errol Dunkley from late '68 released on a blanc Amalgamated (and on a uk Island for that matter), you're already a very lucky guy (or doll) when you have got that one on tape alone !!
Never had a Dream (Glen Adams)
Glen is not a bad singer at all isn't he !
Johnny Dollar (probably Dave Barker)
right Tim, that's Bunnies so it might be (Jamaican!) James Brown with the Upsetters on a Big 9 single.
It's Growing . B Brown (probably Busty Brown?)
an Upsetter stamped, of Return Of The Super Ape fame ...
Water More than Flour - (Al & The Vibrators)
Gee - (Al & the Vibrators)
early Al Campbel's Upsetter steared back to back.
Slip Up - Lester Stirling
indeed Bunny Lee's produced horn version on Slim Smith's Upsetter tune Slip Away, 4 years later I Roy toasted Slip Out ...
nice tape ... but Once More pfffffffffffffffffffff
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