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9 thoughts on “ Alton Ellis, Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Remember That Sunday / Chatty Chatty (Vinyl)

  1. 's Mr. 's Mr. Soul of Jamaica was the first album by rocksteady star Alton oladsimasuppbansecingenabillhab.coinfo one of the innovators of this genre who was given the informal title "Godfather of Rocksteady" he wrote some original reggae hits which contains a lot of soul.
  2. Artist Alton Ellis And The Flames With Tommy McCook And The Supersonics / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics / Lynn Taitt With Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Format 7 Remember That Sunday / Last Lick Side A. Side B. Artist Alton Ellis And Phyllis Dillon / Tommy McCook Format 7 Producer Duke Reid Label Blank (JA) Duke Reid TIS /
  3. Tommy McCook And The Supersonics A: Remember That Sunday B: Chatty Chatty: Treasure Isle Jamaica: 7" 1: Alton Ellis A: Dance Crasher Hugh Roy B: Wake The Nation: Treasure Isle Jamaica: 7" 1: Don Drummond A: JFK Memory Stranger Cole And Patsy B: Oh I Need You: Treasure Isle Jamaica: 7" 0: Alton Ellis A: Black Man World [no artist.
  4. Alton Ellis was a star long before rocksteady washed over Jamaica, but it took until that era for his debut album to arrive. 's Mr. Soul of Jamaica was his first, followed hot on its heels by Sings Rock and Soul. The latter came courtesy of Coxsone Dodd, it's a fine set, but pales in comparison to the former. Ellis had departed Dodd's Studio One for Duke Reid's Treasure Isle as rocksteady.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Chatty Chatty Laba Laba / Regay on Discogs. Label: Treasure Isle - none • Format: Vinyl 7 Alton Ellis / Tommy McCook - Chatty Chatty Laba Laba / Regay (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(4).
  6. Alton Ellis Backed By Tommy McCook And The Supersonics* ‎– Mr Soul Of Jamaica Remember That Sunday: B1: All My Tears Come Rolling: B2: Baby I Love You: B3: Chatty Chatty: B4: Willow Tree: B5: Alton Ellis: Greatest Hits.
  7. Credits Backing Band – Tommy McCook And The Supersonics* ; Design – Moo Young/Butler Associates Ltd.* ; Engineer – Carlton Hamil, Errol Brown ; Producer [Uncredited] – Arthur "Duke" Reid Notes This is a post-Duke Reid-era repress. Sonia Pottinger's name on the label (S.E. Pottinger) is a default miscredit.
  8. Cry Tough is a collection of Alton Ellis recordings from the rocksteady era of It was released in by Heartbeat Records, and features the pick of Ellis' work for Arthur "Duke" Reid, plus some tracks produced by Sonia Pottinger. The album contains most of Ellis' original Mr. Soul of Jamaica album, and contains the same tracks as the Greatest Hits compilation on Count.
  9. Alton Ellis ‎– Mr Soul Of Jamaica - Roots Reggae A6 Remember That Sunday. B1 All My Tears Come Rolling B2 Baby I Love You B3 Chatty Chatty Backing Band – Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Design – Moo Young/Butler Assoc. Ltd. Engineer – Carlton Hamil, Errol Brown.

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