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Title Reggae golden jubilee [sound recording] : 50th anniversary : origins of Jamaican music.

Edition Fiftieth anniversary.
Publication Info. Jamaica, NY : VP Records, [2012]
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 95th Street Adult Compact Discs  REGGAE REGGAE G    AVAILABLE
 Naper Blvd. Adult Compact Discs  REGGAE REGGAE G    AVAILABLE
 Nichols Adult Compact Discs  REGGAE REGGAE G    AVAILABLE
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Description 4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details Compact discs.
Performer Various performers.
Note Reissues: 1959-2009.
Contents Easy snapping (original version) (Theophilus Beckford) -- Dumplins (Byron Lee & the Dragonaires) -- Manny oh (Higgs & Wilson) -- Oh Carolina (the Folkes Brothers) -- They got to go (Prince Buster) -- Independent Jamaica (Lord Creator) -- Black head Chinaman (Prince Buster) -- Blazing fire (Derrick Morgan) -- Wash wash (Prince Buster) -- Sammy dead (Eric "Monty" Morris) -- My boy Lollipop (Millie Small) -- Carry go bring come (Justin Hinds & the Dominoes) -- Occupation (Don Drummond and the Skatalites) -- Little did you know (the Techniques) -- Dancing mood (Delroy Wilson) -- Rough and tough (Stranger Cole) -- Take it easy (Hopeton Lewis) -- Every night (Chuck & Joe White) -- Rock steady (Alton Ellis) -- Tougher than tough (Rudie in court) (Derrick Morgan & the Aces) -- No more heartaches (the Beltones) -- The tide is high (the Paragons) -- Trench town rock (Bob Marley & the Wailers) -- Israelites (a.k.a. Poor me Israelites) (Desmond Dekker & the Aces) -- Sweet and dandy (the Maytals) -- Everything crash (the Ethiopians) -- Satta massa gana (the Abyssinians) -- Fire corner (King Stitt) -- Java dub (Impact All Stars) -- Hypocrite (the Heptones) --
Disc two. Wear you to the ball (U-Roy & the Paragons) -- Cherry oh baby (Eric Donaldson) -- 54-46 was my number (Stick it up mister) (Toots and the Maytals) -- Them a fi get a beatin' (Peter Tosh) -- Many rivers to cross (Jimmy Cliff) -- The sun shines for me (Bob Andy) -- Marcus Garvey (Burning Spear) -- Fade away (Junior Byles) -- Lady with the star light (Ken Boothe) -- Right time (Mighty Diamonds) -- Police and thieves (Junior Murvin) -- Ram goat liver (Pluto Shervington) -- We de people/The power and the glory (Ernie Smith) -- Two sevens clash (Culture) -- It's alright (Bob Marley & the Wailers) -- Forward ever (Jacob Miller) -- My number one (Gregory Isaacs) -- Money in my pocket (Dennis Brown) -- Kaya (Bob Marley & the Wailers) -- Rub-a-dub style (Michigan and Smiley) -- Uptown top ranking (Althea and Donna) -- Land of my birth (Eric Donaldson) -- Silly games (Janet Kay) -- Someone loves you honey (June "J.C." Lodge) -- Guess who's coming to dinner (Black Uhuru) -- Arlene (General Echo) --
Disc three. Over me (Yellowman) -- One two (Sister Nancy) -- Pass the dutchie (Musical Youth) -- I'm getting married in the morning (Yellowman) -- Try jah love (Third World) -- Push comes to shove (Freddie McGregor) -- Love has found its way (Dennis Brown) -- Cottage in Negril (Tyrone Taylor) -- Every time a ear de soun' (Mutabaruka) -- Electric boogie (Marcia Griffiths) -- Under me sleng teng (Wayne Smith) -- Greetings (Half Pint) -- No way no better than yard (Admiral Bailey) -- Wild world (Maxi Priest) -- Cover me (Tinga Stewart & Ninjaman) -- Wild Gilbert (Lovindeer) -- Pocomania day (Lovindeer & Chalice) -- Good thing going (Sugar Minott) -- One blood (Junior Reid) -- Twice my age (Shabba Ranks & Krystal) -- Hello Africa (Garnett Silk) -- Murder she wrote (Chaka Demus & Pliers) --
Disc four. Putting up resistance (Beres Hammond) -- You don't love me (no, no, no) (Dawn Penn) -- Murderer (Buju Banton) -- Tour (Capleton) -- Lord give me strength (Luciano) -- Untold stories (Buju Banton) -- Fed up (Bounty Killer) -- Sycamore tree (Lady Saw) -- Black woman and child (Sizzla) -- Who am I (Sim simma) (Beenie Man) -- Down by the river (Morgan Heritage) -- Virtuous woman (Warrior King) -- Gimme the light (Sean Paul) -- Pon de river pon de bank (Elephant Man) -- Welcome to Jamrock (Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley) -- She's royal (Tarrus Riley) -- True reflections (Jah Cure) -- Roots (Etana) -- Boombastic (Shaggy) -- Lioness on the rise (Queen Ifrica) -- I'm on the rock (Mavado) -- The harder they come (Jimmy Cliff).
Subject Reggae music -- Jamaica -- Sound recordings.
Reggae music -- History and criticism -- Sound recordings.
Reggae music -- Sound recordings.
Popular music -- Sound recordings.
Added Author Beckford, Theophilus.
Small, Millie.
Drummond, Don.
Marley, Bob.
Marley, Damian.
Cliff, Jimmy.
Beenie Man.
Wailers (Reggae group)
Folkes Brothers.
Toots and the Maytals.
VP Records.
Note Subtitle on container spine: Origins of Jamaican music
Standard No. 054645196321
Music No. VP1963 VP Records
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