|1.||"Bring Back The Good Old Days" (4:02)|
|1.||"Bring Back The Good Old Days" (version) (4:14)|
Freddy McKay's "Bring Back The Good Old Days" is one of roots reggae's rarer singles. It was recorded and pressed up on a white label "45" sometime in the 1970s, though quite how many copies exist remains a mystery - hence any copy that does come up for sale online tends to go for serious money. Helpfully Typhoon has decided to finally give it a release. Produced by McKay's regular collaborator Alvin Ranglin (AKA soundsystem operator GG), the track sees the singer soulfully but wearily plea for the good times of old over a deep but jaunty roots-reggae riddim. Ranglin's flipside dub mix is superb, too, and sounds every bit as good as anything produced by contemporaries such as Lee 'Scratch' Perry and King Tubby.
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