Rudie / Rudie Part Two – Bob Marley & The Wailers

Brentford Road, year 1966, the studio gets experimental, dub pioneer Mr. Dodd. The Birth of a Legend ever singing Suffera tunes!

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Forward March – Please Don’t Talk About Me Derrick Morgan

UK press from 1962 on the Island label, produced by Leslie Kong in Jamaica. SKA TIME!!

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Please dont

Gather together, be brothers and sisters
We’re independent, we’re independent
Join hands to hands, children started to dance
We’re independent, we’re independent

Don’t be sad and blue, the Lord is still with you
Because the time has come when you can have your fun
So make a run, we’re independent

Brothers and sisters give joy and praises
While it’s under, yeah, yeah
Brothers and sisters give joy and praise
To His commandments, yeah, yeah

Don’t be sad and blue, the Lord is still with you
Because the time has come when you can have your fun
So make a run, yeah, yeah

Woah, ooh, woah, oh, we’re independent
Yeah, yeah, yeah, we’re independent
Sing a song, sing a song
Sing it well, sing a song, sing a song, we’re independent

Brothers and sisters give joy and praises
While it’s under, yeah, yeah
Brothers and sisters give joy and praise
To His commandments, yeah, yeah

Don’t be sad and blue, the Lord is still with you
Because the time has come when you can have your fun
So make a run, we’re independent
Because the time has come when you can have your fun
So make a run, we’re independent

Derrick Morgan (1962)

Let Him Try / So Much Love – Alton Ellis

Alton Ellis at Studio 1. Two tunes from the Rocksteady classic album from 1967.

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Rock and soul

Darling how I love you
Gave all I had
They tried to take you
And now I’m so mad

But that’s no way to love
That’s how I feel in my heart.
I’ve got to say

Oh how I suffered
Oh how I cried
Gave up my pride
Just to be by her side
And whosoever tried
To take a love that’s really mine
I’ll never say no other word
No other word

Oh how I suffered
Oh how I cried
Gave up my pride
Just to be by her side
And whosoever tried…

Let him try, Let him try
Let him try, Let him try
Let him try, Let him try
Let him try, Let him try

Alton Nehemiah Ellis (1967)