Sunday, January 21, 2007

Greensleeves 12" Collection Continued - Discs 7 & 8

There have been all too few downloads of these (check the archives, folks) and I will be posting the updates at the top of the page from now on so no one will miss them. This is the best of roots reggae for all you kids to enjoy. If DaddyRich says it's good, it must be true.... would I lie to you? Right.


Eventide Fire A Disaster - Barrington Levy & General Echo
Noah’s Ark - Eek-A-Mouse
Wa-Do-Dem - Eek-A-Mouse
Wild Inna Eighty-One Style - Errol Shorter
Trials & Crosses - Earl Sixteen
Love Is What The World Want - Barry Brown
Fattie Boom - Ranking Dread
Entertainment - Triston Palmer Jah Thomas & Toyan
Jah Guide I - Little John & Toyan
Up Front - Wailing Souls


To The Edge Of The Rump - Papa Tullo
Give Another Israel A Try - Barry Brown
Im Not Crazy - Don Carlos & Captain Sinbad
Gone Away - Sammy Dread
Dance Hall Style - Little John
Bone Connection - Nicodemus
Outside Right - The Taxi Gang
Life In The Ghetto - Simple Simon
Warn Them Teach Them - Peter Metro & Squiddly Ranking
Caribbean Connection - Peter Metro

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DaddyRich said...

Disc 7 -

Disc 8 -

Rob said...


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much; got most of them on vinyl but I haven't been able to listen to these plates for a long long time. Cheers. A.

Anonymous said...

This is what a good musicblog is all about, not only the well known records but also promoting the unknown pieces like these 12 inches! Keep up the good work.

Can't wait to see the other parts.

ghostdog1000 said...

Now that's what I call a wonderful post... These tracks are now impossible to find on cd... I have a few of them on 12 inches but they now cost a lot (take a look on ebay and prepare your money...)

Thanks man...
Keep grooving...

Anonymous said...

Thank you thank you thank you. First heard some of these tracks on the John Peel show as kid nearly 30 years ago. I have a few on 12" vinyl but they're in storage at the out-laws, having been overseas for more than a decade. Couldn't bear to part with a part of my musical heritage on eBay, even at those prices...

It sounds as though you've posted other volumes in the series in the post before. Any chance of a repost. Please. Pretty please...


Harry - Macau

Anonymous said...

Excuse my slackness. If you're even lazier than I am, take a visit to December 28...

H - M

Anonymous said...

I not a specialist and I only kwew Wa-Do-Dem by Eek-A-Mouse (saw it on TV a long time ago, Reggae Sunsplash 198???). All the tracks are great. Thank you

Anonymous said...

More wonderful tracks. As I said previously, I played a lot of these tracks on Local radio in the 1980s. They still sound great today. Back then, I also had the pleasure of interviewing Yellowman, Frankie Paul & the mighty Eek-a-Mouse (not all at the same time).

Thanks for the reminder of good times & keep up the good work.

Tonyoneill said...

I just found your site, so I know this is a bit late in the game, but.... fucking FANTASTIC collections of tunes you have here