Listen To The Music: Caltone's Jamaican 45's 1966-1969

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Listen To The Music: Caltone's Jamaican 45's 1966-1969 - Vinyl Record

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Pressure Sounds
Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
The second set of Caltone productions on Pressure Sounds covers the late period ska years through to early reggae, from 1966 to 1969. These 21 tracks, many produced by Phill Pratt and Bunny Lee, include some very rare 45s that have never been re-issued since the original Jamaican pressings.
1. The Peter Austin & Clarendonians With The Ernie Ranglin All Stars – I'm Sorry
2. The Lloyd & Groovers With Tommy McCook & The Supersonics – Listen To The Music
3. The Tommy McCook & Supersonics – Killer Joe
4. Devon & The Tartans – Making Love
5. Alva Lewis With Lynn Taitt – Return Home
6. Chuck Jacques With Lynn Taitt & The Comets – Dial 609
7. The Uniques With Tommy McCook & The Supersonics – The Journey
8. TheKingstonians – Why Wipe The Smile From Your Face
9. The Clarendonians – I’ll Never Try
10. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics – Smooth Sailing

1. The Kingstonians – Love Is The Greatest Science
2. Clarendonians, The With The Aubrey Adams All Stars – Lonely Heartaches
3. The Cool Cats – Hold Your Love
4. The Uniques With Caltone Studio Orchestra, The – Do Me Good
5. The Diplomats With Tommy McCook & The Supersonics – Going Along
6. The Lloyd & Groovers With Lynn Taitt Band – My Heart And Soul
7. The Chuck Jacques & Supersonics – Now That You’ve Gone
8. Eric "Monty" Morris – Hear Them Say
9. The Honey Boy Martin & Voices With Tommy McCook & Supersonics – Dreader Than Dread
10. The King Rocky & Willows – You Are The One
11. The Emotions With Lynn Taitt Band – Gypsy

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