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Various - Reggae Jeggae 1968/69 mp3 download

Various - Reggae Jeggae 1968/69 mp3 download
Singer: Various
Title: Reggae Jeggae 1968/69
Released: 2006
Country: France
Style: Reggae
Genre: Reggae
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 450
MP3 size: 1197 mb

Various - Reggae Jeggae 1968/69 mp3 download


A1 Drumbago & The Blunders Reggae Jeggae
A2 The Versatiles Lulu Bell
A3 Hugh Malcolm Mortgage
A4 The Slickers Mother Matty
A5 Errol Dunkley Love Brother
A6 The Reggae Boys The Wicked Must Survive
A7 The Destroyers Rock The Clock
A8 The Immortals* Bongo Jah
B1 Ken Parker It's Allright
B2 Jackie Robinson Let The Little Girl Dance
B3 Tyrone Taylor Delilah
B4 The Soul Sisters Wreck A Buddy
B5 The Pioneers Who The Cap Fits
B6 The Creations Get On Up
B7 The Immortals* Jane Anne
B8 The Royals Never See Come See

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Dynamic Sounds Studios
  • Recorded At – Federal Records Studio


  • Bass – Aston Berrett*, Bryan Atkinson, George 'Fully' Fullwood*, Clifton 'Jackie' Jackson*
  • Drums – Ben Bow*, Carlton Barrett, Ark 'Drumbago' Arkland*, Hugh Malcolm, Joe Isaacs
  • Engineer – Lynford Anderson
  • Guitar – Earl "Chinna" Smith, Hux Brown, Lloyd Willis*, Lyn Taitt*, Tony Chin
  • Horns – Felix Bennett*, Bobby Ellis, Johnny Moore, Carl Bryan*, Tommy McCook, Vin Gordon
  • Keyboards – Ansell Collins*, Aubrey Adams, Gladstone Anderson, Leslie Butler
  • Mastered By – Hervé de Kéroullas
  • Producer – Joe Gibbs


Recorded at Dynamic & Federal Studio

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3760121530165
  • Distribution Code: JG200

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
JGECD009 Various Reggae Jeggae 1968/69 ‎(CD, Comp) Crazy Joe Records JGECD009 France 2006

Various - Reggae Jeggae 1968/69 mp3 album free

My copy plays Pioneers 'Love, Love Everyday' instead of Errol Dunkley, Love Brother... Bongo Jah is significantly shorter than the 7" version... Wicked Must Survive is different (but better) than the 7" AMG... Great album though which draws together a decent selection of Amalgamated offerings..
Dodgy cover art aside, this is a pretty great and great sounding comp of Joe Gibbs produced sides from the very early Reggae period (1968-1972). Standout tracks include the likes of Errol Dunkley, The Royals and The Slickers - all of whom had greater things in store for them down the line.
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