Various Artists - Coxsone's Music Vol. 1 Pt. B - 2x LP Vinyl

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Coxsone's Music Vol. 1 Pt. B
Various Artists
12" Vinyl


Coxsone's Music is a stunning new double 2x LP (+ free download) collection featuring over two and half hours of early Jamaican proto-ska, rhythm and blues, jazz, rastafari and gospel music - charting the earliest recordings produced by Clement Dodd, in the years before he launched the mighty Studio One Records, brought together here for the first time ever.

Clement Dodd's Sir Coxsone The Downbeat Soundsystem ruled Kingston's dancehalls during this era and these recordings strongly reflect the influences of American rhythm and blues and jump jazz on Jamaican music fans. By the time the new record company formed in Brentford Road, Kingston in 1963, the young Clement 'Sir Coxsone' Dodd had already managed to release an incredible wealth of recordings by the talented musicians and artists on the island of Jamaica and this collection reflects just that.

Featuring Don Drummond, Roland Alphonso, Derrick Harriott, Owen Gray, Clancy Eccles, Count Ossie, Monty Alexander, The Blues Busters, Ernest Ranglin, Rico Rodriguez and many, many more all captured here in their formative early years. Before Studio One, Clement Dodd released this music on a variety of his early record labels such as Worldisc, All Stars, Coxsone, D Darling (named after Coxsone's mother, who received a production credit on the label), Muzik City (named after Dodd's record store on East Queen's Street), Port O Jam, Supreme and Sensational. Sleevenotes to this collection are by Studio One authority Rob Chapman, author of the Never Grow Old and Downbeat Special books cataloguing the many recordings of the label.

25. The Blues Busters — You Had It All Wrong
26. Clue J and his Blues Blasters — Salt Lane Shuffle
27. Lascelles Perkins — Real Gone Clown
28. Don Drummond — Reload
29. Clancy Eccles — Freedom
30. Clue J and his Blues Blasters — Pine Juice
31. The Jiving Juniors — Over The River
32. Don Drummond — Schooling The Duke
33. The Mellow Cats & Count Ossie — Rock A Man Soul
34. Monty & The Cyclones — Summertime
35. The Mellowlarks — No More Wedding
36. Roland Alphonso & Carol McLaughlin — Just Cool
37. Owen & Millie — Sugar Plum
38. Clue J and his Blues Blasters — Silky
39. Basil Gabbidon — Independent Blues
40. Don Drummond and The City Slickers — That Man Is Back
41. Simms & Robinson — Searching
42. The Shinners — Romantic Shuffle
43. Cecil Lloyd Quintet — Grooving With The Beat
44. Neville Esson — I Do
45. Workshop Musicians — Burnie's Tune
46. Owen & Millie — Sit and Cry