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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dr. Sploom wrote:
Spied this beauty, at the same CD shoppe, I grabbed "More Monkey Business"(and paid, about the same, too):

https://www.discogs.com/Roland-Alphonso-Something-Special-Ska-Hot-Shots/master/164003

The music is sublime, from pillar to post. The styles ranging, from JA R&B, on through, to the late, Rocksteady sounds, favoured, at Brentford Road, in/around 1968. Particularly, early 1968. Smile

Throughout the liners, one is treated to a plethora of information, about some of the "adventures", Roland took part in. Along with, the wonderful information, you are also treated to some outstanding photos, of Roland, playing with the various groups/bands, he was at times, associated with. My favourite, has to be the photo of him, with the newly formed Soul Bros., who are playing one of their first gigs, immediately following, the Skatalites, break up. The photo, was published on the 27th August, 1965, in: The Star. So, this could in fact, be a photo of the Soul Bros. playing, just before the Skatalites broke up, as the notes state, they were already gigging, at the time, of the Skatalites demise.

Also, the photos with Clue J in them, make me wish, I had an album of his material, as the Blues Blasters, were a top JA group, in the early days. Smile

Starting the festivities off, the late Clement Dodd, wrote a wonderful piece(18 years to the day! ), commemorating the life of his childhood friend, Rolando Alphonso. Sir D, tells us, of his growing up with Roland, as their mothers were both friends. In time, they grew apart, but eventually, got back together, to make some music together.

Following Dodd's lovely words, the liner notes, take on, a wonderful format, breaking things up, by various decades, and then, pointing out, this or that, pertaining to those years. The saddest part, comes at the end of the booklet, when Roland's death, is described. I can still remember hearing about his falling, on the 2nd November, 1998. It was a huge shock, to the people, I'd fallen in with, at the time. The day of his death, was a massive blow to our morale, as for most of us, The Skatalites, were at the least, a favourite band. Sad

Getting back, to the booklet, the end product, is a akin to what JG, were flogging, with their releases around this time. As most will already know, I am a BIG proponent of CD releases, coming with a fat booklet, filled with information, photos, and the like. It's nice to see Cherry Red's Dr.Bird, is following suit. Wink

Overall, I give this set 5/5 stars, and declare it needs to be in the library, of anyone who considers themselves, a fan of music. The sounds on this disc, give a brief glimpse of: how, why, and when JA pop music, started to move past the barriers, the traditional musics of JA, had set up, decades prior. It shows an island race, at the forefront, of making some of the heppest sounds, the world has ever known. And, for those late to the show, better late, than never. Wink

One to most definitely, give a punt, as you get some different mixes, and a few tunes, "new to CD", or never released before. Which, in some cases, still holds true, nearly two decades, later. Smile
Some crackers on there - managed to land a copy about 6 years ago.

FOUR CORNERS:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du7qft_cfXI&list=PL2F76D977366618F4

JACK RUBY (the R&B single I have it one titles it SUDDEN DESTRUCTION, if I remember rightly)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6XerN1AUl8&index=4&list=PL2F76D977366618F4

DO IT GOOD:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7E9xfABWX8&index=7&list=PL2F76D977366618F4

SOMETHING SPECIAL:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18LLxW1jnCA&index=17&list=PL2F76D977366618F4

...and absolutely ROLANDO SPECIAL:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_LdgoP9Ojo&list=PL2F76D977366618F4&index=18

...but every track wins - a track-by-track via this link (4 CORNERS again):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du7qft_cfXI&list=PL2F76D977366618F4&index=1
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Zapatoo_the_Tiger wrote:
Dr. Sploom wrote:
Spied this beauty, at the same CD shoppe, I grabbed "More Monkey Business"(and paid, about the same, too):

https://www.discogs.com/Roland-Alphonso-Something-Special-Ska-Hot-Shots/master/164003

The music is sublime, from pillar to post. The styles ranging, from JA R&B, on through, to the late, Rocksteady sounds, favoured, at Brentford Road, in/around 1968. Particularly, early 1968. Smile

Throughout the liners, one is treated to a plethora of information, about some of the "adventures", Roland took part in. Along with, the wonderful information, you are also treated to some outstanding photos, of Roland, playing with the various groups/bands, he was at times, associated with. My favourite, has to be the photo of him, with the newly formed Soul Bros., who are playing one of their first gigs, immediately following, the Skatalites, break up. The photo, was published on the 27th August, 1965, in: The Star. So, this could in fact, be a photo of the Soul Bros. playing, just before the Skatalites broke up, as the notes state, they were already gigging, at the time, of the Skatalites demise.

Also, the photos with Clue J in them, make me wish, I had an album of his material, as the Blues Blasters, were a top JA group, in the early days. Smile

Starting the festivities off, the late Clement Dodd, wrote a wonderful piece(18 years to the day! ), commemorating the life of his childhood friend, Rolando Alphonso. Sir D, tells us, of his growing up with Roland, as their mothers were both friends. In time, they grew apart, but eventually, got back together, to make some music together.

Following Dodd's lovely words, the liner notes, take on, a wonderful format, breaking things up, by various decades, and then, pointing out, this or that, pertaining to those years. The saddest part, comes at the end of the booklet, when Roland's death, is described. I can still remember hearing about his falling, on the 2nd November, 1998. It was a huge shock, to the people, I'd fallen in with, at the time. The day of his death, was a massive blow to our morale, as for most of us, The Skatalites, were at the least, a favourite band. Sad

Getting back, to the booklet, the end product, is a akin to what JG, were flogging, with their releases around this time. As most will already know, I am a BIG proponent of CD releases, coming with a fat booklet, filled with information, photos, and the like. It's nice to see Cherry Red's Dr.Bird, is following suit. Wink

Overall, I give this set 5/5 stars, and declare it needs to be in the library, of anyone who considers themselves, a fan of music. The sounds on this disc, give a brief glimpse of: how, why, and when JA pop music, started to move past the barriers, the traditional musics of JA, had set up, decades prior. It shows an island race, at the forefront, of making some of the heppest sounds, the world has ever known. And, for those late to the show, better late, than never. Wink

One to most definitely, give a punt, as you get some different mixes, and a few tunes, "new to CD", or never released before. Which, in some cases, still holds true, nearly two decades, later. Smile
Some crackers on there - managed to land a copy about 6 years ago.

FOUR CORNERS:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du7qft_cfXI&list=PL2F76D977366618F4

JACK RUBY (the R&B single I have it one titles it SUDDEN DESTRUCTION, if I remember rightly)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6XerN1AUl8&index=4&list=PL2F76D977366618F4

DO IT GOOD:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7E9xfABWX8&index=7&list=PL2F76D977366618F4

SOMETHING SPECIAL:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18LLxW1jnCA&index=17&list=PL2F76D977366618F4

...and absolutely ROLANDO SPECIAL:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_LdgoP9Ojo&list=PL2F76D977366618F4&index=18

...but every track wins - a track-by-track via this link (4 CORNERS again):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du7qft_cfXI&list=PL2F76D977366618F4&index=1
Every one of those links, was to a boss sound. Which, gets me to wondering: Did Roland ever play, on a duffer? I can't think of anything, less than 3 stars! Everything being 3 stars, on up, to 5!
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 12:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

an excellent compilation in deed Doc.
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j j wrote:
an excellent compilation in deed Doc.
Aye. And, re-reading the liners, I am wondering, what were on those reels, that Coxson sent off to Bell Sound Studios, in NYC, which never made the return trip, to JA?

Further pondering, I am also wondering, why did the reels, get lost? Was it a simple clerical error, via the USPS? Or Bell? Or were there, other motives involved, with those entities?

One must remember, how mixed up, segregated, and/or corrupt, the NYC music business, was at that time. Which, is where I'll stop, cuz it starts getting, too political. Damned politics. Rolling Eyes

And, thanks for letting me use your comment, as a catalyst, for my soap-box moment.

Which, BTW, is brought to you by: Pot Noodle.



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'Round about now, I like to have, a Pot Noodle. Yes. It's a tasty, mmm. Yes. Doesn't that look good? It's a tasty, delicious, little snack. Mmm. Let's try some, shall we? Ohhhh. Doesn't that look, absolutely yumptious?


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Spied this gem, at a used CD outlet:

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Youths-Boogie-Jamaican-RB-And-The-Birth-Of-Ska/master/840069

Oh my. One top shelf song, after another. And, probably the most informative liner notes, I've read, this year, along with those for "No More Heartaches/What Am I To Do?"

Who knew, that Laurel Aitken was known as something else, on his passport? And, no, it weren't Lorenzo, but a very, very, British, name. And, that's not the only thing, "interesting", you'll learn about. Wink

Musically speaking, as I said, it's one top notch effort, after another. Most are from the Treasure Isle, others from the British Isle(s). And, all are stonkers. But then, I have a hankering, for music, released during the late 1950's-early 1960's. And, that's precisely the era, these R&B shuffles, were released.

The earliest, being 1959, the latest, being 1962. Unbridled mirth, flows through my veins, when I hear sounds like these, so much so, that I make like Rupie Edwards, and get "so high.....so high.....Skanga. Skanga. Skanga. Skanga." Razz

Highlights abound, with some being familiar, thanks to a few Trojan comps, from the last 20 years. Others, are new to CD, which is why I love this set so much.

We were just talking about Planetone Records on the forum, a few weeks ago, and would you believe, some of those tasty, rare, Sonny Roberts platters, were wisely included on this here, set? Is it any wonder, he now flogs seasonings, for food? Mr. Green

Then, you have offerings from: Caribou, R&B(no, not Rita & Benny's, but Chris's), Limbo, Smith's(quality over quantity), Regal, Starline, Dragon's Breath, Crystal, Blue Beat, Duke Reid's(featuring productions, prior to his famed studio, being built), Island, E&R, Hi Lite, Blues, Starlite, Randy's, The Wasp, & Faith.

And, that's not all! Listed, are what labels issued, what tune. For instance, a tune, released on Blue Beat, in Blighty, would also get released on Faith, over in the Colonies, that sort of thing.

So, while this 2-CD affair, can be enjoyed, by a wide array of punter, or enthusiast, it will be a boon, to those of us anoraks, really into this sort of thing, as credits are also given as to who wrote what, sang back up, produced the tune, etc, etc. Very Happy

The label that Mike Atherton utilised, to release these 50 cuts, couldn't be more aptly named: Fantastic Voyage. Because, that's what this set is. A fantastic voyage, which reveals(and for some of us, offers a new perspective/back story) how American pop music, was used as a springboard, for Jamaicans to create its greatest creation, next to stew peas, rice, and chicken: Ska. Which, btw, was spelled how, on a 1963 Del Morgan LP? Very Happy Very Happy

For most, the name, Mike Atherton, will mean, something to us, in some capacity. And, most likely, it will be a good thing.

His liners are expertly done. Serious, when they need to be, comical, to offer us a bit of relief, from being bombarded, by all of this wonderful information.

And, Mike, parapinto, is indeed, a dice game. IIRC, it's Latin in origin. And, AFAIK, was almost always played, during the Jamaican Christmas season, when Kingston, would be most festive, with lots of horse races, taking place, for the entire 12-days. A shame, Christmas isn't like that now, in Virginia. Rolling Eyes

Finally(well, almost), Mike takes the time, to thank some of his closest associates, such as: John Haworth, aka "Magnificent Mayo", Tony Rounce, LC-H, & the Pama Forum for all they have contributed, over the years. Not forgetting Rob Bell, as well. All of these folks, have done tremendous things, to ensure the legacies, of these artists, remain available, for future generations, to enjoy. And, don't forget, some of these same people, on Pama, are also on this forum, as well. IIRC. Mr. Green

I for one, applaud their efforts, and hope they continue, as long as they can....I love learning new things, about something, I've been a fanatic of, for over 25 years now. Wink

You can guess, I'm giving this 5/5 stars. And, for anyone that professes, to be a lover, of Jamaican music -either laid down, in JA, or the UK- should have this, and it's companion sets, in their library. These sounds, are what get Ska, surrected, and on it's way, to immortality. Jah be blessed! Cool Cool

And, as for those "companion sets", they are, all, on Fantastic Voyage, as well:

"Jumping-The Shuffle Blues", & "Jamaica Selects-Jump Blues Strictly For You".

Both, delve even farther back in time, to the 1940's, that highlight, how this whole mess, now known as Reggae, got created, in the first place! At some point, I'll plump for those offerings, too....In the meantime, I'm chuffed to bits, at having spied this "Youths Boogie", set.

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Just remembered, "Mash It! More Jamaican R&B & The Birth of Ska", would be another "companion", to get a copy of! Wink
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't have the "Youth's Boogie" set, but looking at the tracks one by one, I stopped after having each of the first 12 on other CDs - some corkers on there!
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Zapatoo_the_Tiger wrote:
I don't have the "Youth's Boogie" set, but looking at the tracks one by one, I stopped after having each of the first 12 on other CDs - some corkers on there!
Aye. There's definitely, some overlap, with a few Trojan sets, and those recent "Blue Beat" offerings, from Ace & Not Now/One Day Music. However, it's the stuff, that's never been issued on CD before, that makes this, a winner, for us, 'dyed in the wool', or 'veteran' types. Wink
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https://www.discogs.com/The-Meditations-Deeper-Roots-The-Best-Of-The-Meditations/release/777974

Got this, as a birthday pressie, for I, on Friday. The price was too good, to pass up. Or the harmonies, on the disc, to boot. Wink

From pillar to post, this a most enjoyable experience. Some of the choicest cuts, from: "Message From The Meditations", "Wake Up", & "Guidance", plus a few tracks, taken from: Lee Perry reels, certain session tapes, various 7 inches, or various 12 inches. "Bongo Man", itself, was taken from Chris Wilson's personal collection! And, IINM, at the time of this sets, release, I don't think you could get that killer Linkers ditty, anywhere else, except on record!

Not only, is the music, a real treat, but so are the liners. They feature an interview, Chris Wilson held, with Ansel Cridland. Ansel reveals much, throughout the interview, even if, it's only six pages worth. In this instance, it's quality, over quantity.

Along with the interview, the good folks, at Heartbeat, took the time, to list where the tracks come from, who played on them, where they were recorded, who the producer was, that sort of thing. Very helpful, for folks like me. Smile

When "Deeper Roots" was first released, Heartbeat makes it clear, why they did so. The Meditations, were one of the few vocal groups, that the Reggae concert crowds, of that time-frame, would not throw bottles at. Even poor Bunny Wailer, was getting bottles, thrown at him, when he'd take to the stage! Mad

So, this set, was put together, to show you, why. And, after listening to it, one doesn't have to figure out, why, they have been so revered, for so long. Though, the Bunny Wailer part, still confuses me. Rolling Eyes

I can't imagine anyone, who has the three LP's, most of this compilation was gleened from, wanting to splash out, for a copy of this. Even the Linkers tune, has been issued, on more recent offerings. But, for those new to Reggae, or those wanting a set, that Ansel Cridland himself, has chosen as "the best of The Meditations", then, this should be something, you look into.

5/5 stars from me. The music, the harmony, the lyrics, all meld together, so wonderfully, I couldn't bring myself, to giving it, anything less, than 5 stars! Also, there is a nice photo, of: Ansel, Danny, & Winston, & a photo, of an advert, for GG Records, included.

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Nice set (I don't know all of the tracks, but a good few).

You did do well, young Sethereens!
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Zapatoo_the_Tiger wrote:
Nice set (I don't know all of the tracks, but a good few).

You did do well, young Sethereens!
One for you, to look for, then. The styles range -be it vocally, or musically- from simplistic, to utterly sophisticated. And, all involved, do their part, to make it work. Flawlessly, at times.

IIRC, this is the same CD, my uncle's pal, Mike(who -I think- was Jamaican) used to play to death, 24 years ago. That wah guitar lick, from "Man Find It", keeps ringing a very dusty bell, at the back of my mind. And, I think that memory, is why.

I'll be posting, quite a bit, from this set, over the next few weeks. It's really struck a chord, within me. Wink
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Dr. Sploom wrote:
I'll be posting, quite a bit, from this set, over the next few weeks. It's really struck a chord, within me. Wink
...I await with interest Wink
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Zapatoo_the_Tiger wrote:
Dr. Sploom wrote:
I'll be posting, quite a bit, from this set, over the next few weeks. It's really struck a chord, within me. Wink
...I await with interest Wink
Hopefully, they'll be the ones, you aren't familiar with. Wink
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Time will tell Wink
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