Thursday, October 14, 2010

Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd - Musical Fever 1967 - 1968,
Trojan 1989



















At the end of the eighties, Trojan Records launched the Producer
Series. A bunch of historic Jamaican music, every collector should
have. This double album brings us the early work of Clement 'Coxsone'
Dodd, the legendary founder of Studio 1. It contains both vocal and
instrumental tracks from the years 1967 and 1968. Don't miss it.

tracks;

LP1;
1 Winston & Robin - Bad mind grudgeful
2 Bennett & Dennis - Puppy love
3 Cannon & Soul Vendors - Bad treatment
4 Bumps Oakley - A get a lick
5 The Sultans - Hip hugger
6 Jacob Miller - Let me love you
7 Termites - Rub up push up
8 Winston & Robin - Wailing time
9 Eric Frater - Venus
10 Marshall Williams - Norwegian wood
11 Soul Vendors - Love me girl
12 Winston Holness - You shouldn't be the one

LP2;
1 Jackie & Soul Vendors - Ram jam
2 Octaves - You gonna lose
3 Soul Vendors - Get with it
4 Viceroys - Fat fish
5 Jackie & Soul Vendors - Grooving steady
6 Zoot Simms - Bye bye baby
7 Soul Vendors - Soul junction
8 Slim & Freedom Singers - Mercy mercy
9 Jackie & Soul Vendors - Baba boom
10 Viceroys - Love and unity
11 Bob & Ty - I don't mind
12 Lester Sterling - Zigaloo
13 Barrington Spence - Contemplating mind
14 Ed Nangle - Good girl
15 The Enforcers - Musical Fever
16 Lester Sterling - Wiser than Solomon

LP1

LP2  

5 comments:

Z j A k said...

WHAT A MASTERPIECE ! 1000 thanks Moos, can't believe my ears...
One love

Anonymous said...

amazing blog, great job !
thanks so much
abrazo

david said...

Thanks for both collections.

They are a good representation of the period before Reggae took hold. One can see the similarities.

Thanks again for this retropective.

Julie said...

Thank you! Hard to find this collection now...

reed said...

these albums look amazing! can you repost links, as these ones to mediafire look dead .... also, do you have any of the full albums of the soul vendors?