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Part of a series of newly created Trojan Records compilations celebrating the re-launch of Trojan Records Shortly before the advent of Ska, Jamaica rocked to a sound variously known as Jamaican Blues, Shuffle Blues, or Blues Beat Influenced by U.S. musicians such as Rosco Gordon and Fats Domino, the style emphasized the off-beat and laid the foundation for the Ska sound of the early sixties Features 12 classic tracks from Desmond Dekker, Roland Alphonso, Derrick Morgan, Roy & Millie, and more
Part of a series of newly created Trojan Records compilations celebrating the re-launch of Trojan Records Shortly before the advent of Ska, Jamaica rocked to a sound variously known as Jamaican Blues, Shuffle Blues, or Blues Beat Influenced by U.S. musicians such as Rosco Gordon and Fats Domino, the style emphasized the off-beat and laid the foundation for the Ska sound of the early sixties Features 12 classic tracks from Desmond Dekker, Roland Alphonso, Derrick Morgan, Roy & Millie, and more
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The Best of Jamaican R&B/Jamaican Blues Beat Vol. 1 [Vinyl]
Artist: Trojan Records
Format: Vinyl
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1. Boogie In My Bones (Laurel Aitken & The Caribs)
2. Forward March (Derrick Morgan)
3. We ll Meet (Roy & Millie)
4. Sugar Dandy (The Jiving Juniors)
5. Jenny Lee (Owen Gray & The Caribs)
6. Back Beat (Roland Alphonso)
7. Honour Your Mother And Father (Desmond Dekker)
8. Let The Good Times Roll (Derrick & Patsy)
9. Duck Soup (Drumbago & His Band)
10. Oh Ma, Oh Pa (The Melody Enchanters)
11. Darling Patricia (Owen Gray)
12. Worried Over You (Keith & Enid)

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Part of a series of newly created Trojan Records compilations celebrating the re-launch of Trojan Records Shortly before the advent of Ska, Jamaica rocked to a sound variously known as Jamaican Blues, Shuffle Blues, or Blues Beat Influenced by U.S. musicians such as Rosco Gordon and Fats Domino, the style emphasized the off-beat and laid the foundation for the Ska sound of the early sixties Features 12 classic tracks from Desmond Dekker, Roland Alphonso, Derrick Morgan, Roy & Millie, and more
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