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Feel Like Jumping: The Best of Studio One Women


  • 1. Don't Worry About Me - Nana McLean
    2. Sleeping Trees - Nina Soul
    3. Feel Like Jumping - Marcia Griffiths (original version)
    4. No No No - Dawn Penn (original version)
    5. Whisper to Me - Cecile Campbell
    6. Feel So Good - Denise Darlington
    7. Try a Little Smile - Doreen Schaffer (extended mix)
    8. Leave Me in Misery - Cecile Campbell
    9. Come on Home - Webber Sisters
    10. Sea Puss and Bammie - Little Audrey
    11. Buck Town Corner - Jay Tee
    12. Consider Me - Jennifer Lara
    13. What About Me - Myrna Hague (previously unreleased)
    14. First Cut Is the Deepest, The - Norma Fraser (previously unreleased)
    15. Compared to What - Jerry Jones
    16. Secretly - Hortense Ellis
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 617722

  • Credits
    ProducerClement "Coxsone" Dodd (Compilation)
    EngineerClement "Coxsone" Dodd; Sylvan Morris

    Full title: Feel Like Jumping: The Best Of Studio One Women.
    Personnel: Andy Bassford (guitar).
    Audio Mixer: Randy Phipps.
    Recording information: Jamaica Publishing Studio, Kingston, Jamaica (11/1999-12/1999); Jamaica Recording Studio, Kingston, Jamaica (11/1999-12/1999); Music City, Brooklyn, NY (11/1999-12/1999).
    Photographers: Doreen Schaffer; Chris Wilson.
    FEEL LIKE JUMPING is a fine collection of tracks by female vocalists recording for Jamaica's legendary Studio One label in the late '60s and early to mid-'70s. The most well known name here is Marcia Griffiths, whose madly catchy title song is a gem of R&B-drenched rock steady. Other highlights include Dawn Penn's eerie, bluesy "No No No," which sounds like a Nina Simone recording of a lounge tune broadcast from Mars, Cecile Campbell's sweetly forlorn "Leave Me in Misery," and the dub-wise proto-dancehall of the Jay Tees' "Buck Town Corner."
    One thing almost all the vocalists here have in common is their affinity for American soul icons such as Aretha Franklin, The Marvelettes, and Betty Everett. The production styles vary from track to track--smoother, more lush '60s pop/R&B-style sounds alternate with rawer, less polished, roots-ier efforts. For those seeking classic melodic reggae, this collection is a treasure chest waiting to be opened and a party waiting to happen.

  • Critic Reviews
    CMJ (5/22/00, p.36) - "...Turns the long-overdue spotlight onto the many female singers who recorded for the Studio One label. Savvy listeners will note the distinct kinship this music shares with such American counterparts as the R&B and soul music divas from the '60s."
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