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Postby Ron » Thu Jun 15, 2006 6:44 am

I posted this list on another forum. I was hoping someone could add some more songs to the list:

- African Child [Heptones lead] (CD-Deep In The Roots)
- A True You Na Know (12” Black Roots / S&G)
- Anywhere You Go [feat Lloyd Hemmings] (12” Vena)
- Can’t Take Su Su Pon Dred (LP-Showcase Inna Suitcase)
- Clean Hands / Version (7” Brisco)
- Come On (Home) Little Girl / Dem Gone Back Stabbing [feat Ranking Joe] (7” TR Groovemaster)
- Come On & Tell Me (aka Love Story) (10” Wackies)
- Coming From The West (7" Sunbird)
- Down In The Ghetto (aka You Want To Get I Out) [Heptones lead]
- Ethiopia Is The Land [feat Dean Stone] (7" Sunbird)
- Everyday Life [Heptones lead] (10" Observer Gold)
- False Rasta (LP-Two Time Girl)
- Flour Power / Dumplin Dub (7” Clocktower)
- Give Her My Love (7" Joe Gibbs)
- Going Places
- Head On Straight [Heptones lead] (LP-Rainbow Valley)
- Heavy Manners [feat Prince Far I] (LP-Heavy Manners)
- Here Comes The Time [Heptones lead] (LP-Rainbow Valley)
- Here I Come (7" Clappers)
- Holy Mount Zion [Heptones lead] (LP-King of my Town)
- Hoping You Are Doing Fine [aka You Rest On My Mind (LP-On The Run)
- If You Want Good [Royals lead] (LP-Israel Be Wise)
- Jah Children [background vocal] (LP-Rasta Ambassador)
- Jah Guide [Heptones lead] (CD-Deep In The Roots)
- Jah Will Explain / Wicked Feel It (7” Cry Tuff / 12” HitRun)
- Jamaica-African Child- [Heptones lead] (LP-King of my Town)
- Key To her Heart [Heptones lead] (LP-Better Days)
- Love Still Lingers On (12” Jackson’s International)
- Love Story (aka Come On & Tell Me) (LP-Back On Top)
- Love Your Brother (LP-Unity Is Strength Vol.2)
- Mighty & Dreadful [feat Dean Stone] (12” Third World)
- Mighty Ruler [feat Prince Far I] (LP-Showcase Inna Suitcase)
- Mount Zion [Heptones lead] (12" Third World)
- Mr Do Over Man Song [Heptones lead] (LP-Hit Sounds from The Observer)
- Mr Slave Driver [background vocal] (LP-Rasta Ambassador)
- Nah Lef Yard [Heptones lead] (CD-A Place Called Love)
- No Bread On My Table [Heptones lead] (LP-Better Days)
- Oh Jah [Heptones lead] (CD-Deep In The Roots)
- Our Homeland
- Pretty Little Cottage (LP-Back On Top)
- Reggae Music (12” Jackson’s International)
- Say You [feat U Roy] (12” Frontline)
- Sea of Love (12” Jackson’s International)
- See What You’re Stirring Up / Babylon Feel It [feat Dean Stone] (12” Third World)
- Stand Up [Heptones lead] (LP-On The Run)
- Su Su Pon Rasta / Version (7” Belmont/Joe Gibbs)
- Susu Pan Rasta / Stop Susu Pon The Dread [feat Trinity] (12" Joe Gibbs)
- Swing Low [Heptones lead] (CD-Swing Low)
- Take It Or Leave It
- Tougher Than The World [Heptones lead] (LP-Rainbow Valley)
- Trial & Tribulation / Natty Jump Over Manner [as Jah Earl Locks] (7” TR Groovemaster)
- Two Time Girl (LP-Two Time Girl)
- Wear You To The Ball [background vocal] (LP-Rasta Ambassador)
- Work No Pay [Heptones lead] (LP-On The Run)
- You Can't Get I Out [Heptones lead] (7" Forward Record)
- You Rest On My Mind [aka Hoping You Are Doing Fine (10” Wackies)
- You Should Love Your Brother (12” Jackson’s International)
- You Want To Get I Out (aka Down In The Ghetto) [Heptones lead] (12" Yah Congo)
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Postby ephteeay » Thu Jun 15, 2006 7:12 am

nothing much:

you want to get I out its called (conqueror 12" / yah congo 12")
also 7" on 'forward records' label called you cant get i out credited to heptone
'here i come' is on a clappers label 7"

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Postby StepDubStep » Thu Jun 15, 2006 7:55 am

Mount Zion (Third World 12")
A True Them Nah know (Black Roots 12")
Through The Fire I Come (Observer 12")
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Postby papa tenko » Thu Jun 15, 2006 8:28 am

As far backing vocals are concerned, the Royals' vocal line up in Ten Years After is Roy Cousins, Barry Llewellyn and Naggo Morris. For the Track list check the Roots Archives.
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Postby ephteeay » Thu Jun 15, 2006 8:38 am

i think hed be singing lead on 'if you want good' on the royals LP (?) correct me if im wrong!
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Postby Ron » Thu Jun 15, 2006 9:08 am

Thanks FTA.
Indeed, "If You Want Good" is Naggo Morris on lead, on the "Israel Be Wise" album.

Papa Tenko, I found one song on "Ten Years After" (cd release), called "Swing Low". One more for the list, thanks.

StepDubStep. Thanks for the first two additions.
"Through The Fire I Come" isn't by Naggo Morris though.
"Mount Zion" is a great track btw.
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Postby King Shone » Thu Jun 15, 2006 9:52 am

Can't Hide From Jah - (Naggo Morris on the Heptones lead vocals) / Greensleeves 12"

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Postby Ron » Thu Jun 15, 2006 2:15 pm

That should say "Swing Low" by The Heptones on their "Swing Low" cd release.
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Postby ephteeay » Thu Jun 15, 2006 2:37 pm

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Postby ephteeay » Thu Jun 15, 2006 3:29 pm

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Postby skunkride » Thu Jun 15, 2006 3:39 pm

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Postby ephteeay » Thu Jun 15, 2006 3:54 pm

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Postby Anonymous » Thu Jun 15, 2006 3:57 pm

- Trial & Tribulation / Natty Jump Over Manner [as Jah Earl Locks] (7” TR Groovemaster)


wow, didn't know this was naggo!! top tune. he really does have some big tunes, never mentally put it all together i guess. would make for a heavy comp!
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Postby Ron » Fri Jun 16, 2006 12:31 pm

I've updated the list above.

Very nice labels guys.

FTA: what's that Frontline 12 inch like? Is it the full vocal version with Naggo Morris? Is that Trinity song related as well? And what's on the flip?
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Postby skunkride » Fri Jun 16, 2006 2:50 pm

Also regarding that front line 12" - never knew there were jamaican front line records - thought this was only a subsidiary of Virgin ?

Naggo 12" plays great Ephtee !
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