• Jamaica Jazz from Federal Records - Various Artists

Federal Records is generally considered to be responsible for birthing Rocksteady in the 1960’s, but Jamaica’s first recording studio also had a nice little side-thing going for jazz records at the same time. New Dub Store compilation Jamaica Jazz from Federal Records: Carib Roots, Jazz, Mento, Latin, Merengue & Rhumba 1960-1968 collates some crucial cuts from the period. Features Ernest Ranglin, Count Owen & His Calypsonians, Cecil Lloyd and many more. 2 x LP.

Track listing:

Side One:

1. Like Falling In Love - Ernest Ranglin & The Federal Band
2. Profiel Cha Cha - Cecil Lloyd & The Starline Troubadors
3. I Love Paris - The Lennie Hibbert Combo
4. T'is Wonderful - The Eric Grant Orchestra
5. C'est Magnifique - George Moxey
6. Go Fife Go - Count Owen & His Calypsonians

Side Two:

1. Angelima - Ernest Ranglin
2. Estrellita - The Lennis Hibbert Group
3. Rhumbina - Cecil Lloyd & The Starline Troubadours
4. Sly Mongoose - Ernest Ranglin
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Side Three:

1. Linstead Market - Baba Motta & Ernest Ranglin
​​​​​​​2. Wheel & Turn Me - Bertie King
3. Come Back Liza - Ernest Ranglin
​​​​​​​4. Solas Market - Baba Motta
​​​​​​​5. Brown Skin Gal - Bertie King & Baba Motta
​​​​​​​6. Mango Walk - Bertie King & Ernest Ranglin
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Side Four:

1. Aye Aye Aye - Count Owen & His Calypsonians
​​​​​​​2. Razor Meringue - The Eric Grant Orchestra
3. Ernest's Tune - Ernest Ranglin
​​​​​​​4. String Of Pearls - Audley Williams & His Orchestra
5. Monday Monday - Winston Turner Quintet

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Jamaica Jazz from Federal Records - Various Artists

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