• Suedehead: Reggae Classics 1971-1973 - Various Artists

The term "suedehead" came into use as the sixties gave way to the seventies to describe the fashionable look that emerged out of the skinhead style previously sported by the largely white, working class youths who's musical tastes leaned towards soul and reggae rather than the heavy rock of Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull and Deep Purple that the hairy's preferred.  Kingston Sounds present fourteen - seventeen on the CD - tracks - all produced by Striker Lee, that purport to represent the sounds the suedeheads grooved to back then.

Track Listing:

Side One:

1. Twinkle Brothers - The Best Is Yet To Come
2. Delroy Wilson - Here Come The Heartaches
3. Cornell Campbell - Stars
4. Clarendonians - Day Will Come
5. Horace Andy - Don't Try To Use Me
6. Cornell Campbell - My Confession
7. Alton Ellis - Play It Cool

Side Two:

8. Pat Kelly - Daddy's Home
9. Delroy Wilson - Who Cares
10. John Holt - It's A Jam In The Street
11. Delroy Wilson - Cool Operator
12. Max Romeo - Let The Power Fall On I
13. Cornell Campbell - Girl Of My Dreams
14. Delroy Wilson - Cheer Up

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Suedehead: Reggae Classics 1971-1973 - Various Artists

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