Peter Austin about his song: "Bye,Bye,Bye was a song i wrote when i left
the Studio One Label and ..
"Darling Forever" (a 60's hit by the Marvelettes) was one of the biggest
hits by the Clarendonians..
Peter Austin recalls: "It was early in the morning, when Ernest Wilson
and myself met at Randys Re..
When Peter Austin, lead singer of the Clarendonians, left Coxone and
Ernest Wilson, he started rec..
Second cut on the riddim, after Randy's did not really promote Peter's
"Juvenile Delinquent". Pete..
Peter Austin recalls: "Walking Up A One Way Street was given to me by
Doreen Campbell, Prince Bust..
The Clarendonians medley "What A Bam Bam" was originally called "Seven
In One Medley". Drumbeat go..
Denzil Dennis and Eugene Paul as the Classics with Lee Perry's killer version of the Eric Donaldson ..
"Civilization" is a heavy early roots reggae song by the Classics.
B-side has the great Silvertone..
Arranged by Boris Gardiner, and it sounds like it. It’s got all the
sounds from this era – crashin..
Australian Soul Jazz holy grail from 1968! Limited to 300 copies w/wide.
Dinked (large hole) versi..
Outta Sight proudly presents the Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose
with their two most requested ..
Both sides produced by the first leader of the original Hippy Boys,
Ranny "Bop" Williams. Sounds v..
Curtis Baker & The Bravehearts
Side A1: Harem Girl
Side A2: Wang Dang Doodle
Side B1: Shake I..
Bra’ and ‘The Message’ are two classic funk-soul cuts from the amazing Cymande. Mastered from o..
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