Top 20 Releases, Things I found or Revives I bought for 2004

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Top 20 Releases, Things I found or Revives I bought for 2004

Postby Anonymous » Sun Dec 19, 2004 3:00 pm

Top Twenty Releases, Things I found, or Revives I bought for This Last Year of 2004, no order and just things that got a lot of listens and stand out for me for whatever reason.

1. Chin's Calypso Sextet Kingston Jamaica Alert Bedasse Song Composer And Vocalist Cd1, Cd2, Cd3, Cd4
2. Ska Down Jamaica Way Volume 5
Ska Down Jamaica Way Volume 6
Ska Down Jamaica Way Volume 7
Ska Down Jamaica Way Volume 8

3. Bitty McLean and The Supersonics - Peckings Presents Bitty McLean And The Supersonics On Bond Street KGN. JA.
4. 12" Single Ken Parker True, True, True + Dub
5. Lennie Hibbert Creation
6. Pioneers Battle Of The Giants
7. Charlie Organaire and Randy's Group Royal Charley
8. Mento Madness Motta's Jamaican Mento 1951 - 56
9. Carlton Jackson History / Discomix
10. Pioneers Greetings From The Pioneers
11. Kingstonians Sufferer
12. Ray I Winey Tiney 7"
13. Clarendonians Best Of..
14. Delroy Wilson I Shall Not Remove Lp.
15. Tony Screw Downbeat Studio 1 Tribute Pt. 1
Tony Screw Downbeat Studio 1 Tribute Pt. 2

16. 12" Single Jays, The (As The Jayes) / Ranking Trevor Truly and on the flip Yaho on Different Label.
17. 10" Single Tommy McCook & the Upsetters Cloak & Dagger (Dub Plate Pressure
18. Various, Duke Reid Group, Skatalites, Tommy McCook & The Supersonics Jazz In Jamaica
Various / John Holt, Dave Barker, Winston Wright, Glen Adams, Greater Jamaica Moon Walk - Reggae
Various / Tommy McCook Jamaicans, Techniques, Paragons, Melodians Greatest Jamaican Beat
Various / Hopeton Lewis , Hugh Roy (U-Roy), Ethiopians, Tommy McCook Gay Jamaica Independence Time
19. 7" Single Jackie Brown What's Your Plan (aka Listen Joshua), only becuase I found this...and it's a nice tune instead of the normal crap i find...
20. Freedom Sounds Bamboo Lp.

I KNOW, I know I've kind of cheated, but those are where I got them all at once and make a kind of sense to me as a set, or listening stepping stone...

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Postby Donovan » Mon Dec 20, 2004 3:42 am

Regarding #19 - Jackie Brown is THE MAN! About a year ago, Ejanness Reggae Comprehensive (aka reggaecd.com) announced they were going to release a greatest hits compilation, but it never appeared. Hopefully soon though. I believe it's the same one that was released in Brazil, where Jackie is popular, a few years ago. It might have been put on hold because Jackie had a heart attack last year. I hope he is feeling better.
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