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Treasure Isle Jamaica

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  1. Angel Of The Morning (3:06)
  2. Your Love Is All Over Me (2:23)
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Cat: T 035. Rel: 20 Aug 19
Classics/Ska
  1. Eric Monty Morris - "Mama No Fret" (2:46)
  2. Baba Brooks Band - "Smokey Ska" (2:53)
Review: These long treasured ska joints have long been unavailable - or at least near impossible to track down - even on the second hand market. A-side "Mama No Fret" was first released by Jamaican rocksteady singer Eric "Monty" Morris on Duke Reid's Treasure Isle label in 1964. It's a beautifully warm and upbeat track with a joyous trumpet and aloof vocals. The B-side is from Jamaican trumpet player Baba Brooks and features his fantastic lead over the top of a quickened and swaggering ska beat. Perfect sunshine music if ever we heard it.
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Joy In My Soul (limited 7")
Cat: T 041. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Classics/Ska
  1. The Paragons - "Joy In My Soul" (feat Tommy McCook & The Supersonics) (2:24)
  2. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "The World Needs Love" (instrumental) (2:11)
Review: This fabulous "45" features two more gems from the seemingly bottomless archives of Arthur 'Duke' Reid's legendary Treasure Isle studio and record label. First up on side A is "Joy In My Soul" by the Paragons, a vocal group best known for their rocksteady-era output. This particular number is a sweet slab of reggae soulfulness that was first released in 1975, though the Reid-produced cut sounds like it may have been recorded earlier. Turn to side B for Treasure Isle Tommy McCook and the Supersonics' "What The World Needs", an instrumental rocksteady cover of the Hal David/Burt Bacharach easy listening classic later made famous by Dione Warwick (and later fellow Motown stars the Supremes).
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Night Food Ska (limited 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: T 039. Rel: 17 Dec 19
Classics/Ska
  1. Duke Reid, Tommy McCook & His Skatalites - "Night Food Ska" (2:49)
  2. The Skatalites - "Latin Goes Ska" (3:02)
Review: Treasure Isle's latest seven-inch single dusts down and offers up two fuzzy, all-action gems from the label's bulging vaults. On the A-side you'll find the Duke Reid produced "Night Food Ska", a 1964 B-side from Tommy McCook and the Skatalites that layers duel male/female vocals atop a rich, life-affirming backing track full of jaunty ska grooves and mazy horn solos (trumpet, sax). Over on the flip you'll find the Skatalites' superb "Latin Ska", which featured on the same Jamaican single all those years ago ("Latin Goes Ska"). Entirely instrumental, it features a wealth of Latin-influenced horn lines and solos over another skanking ska rhythm.
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