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Play Dynamite Ska With The Jamaican All-Stars

  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Fat Back
    2. Oil In My Lamp
    3. If You Act This Way
    4. Watermelon Man Ska
    5. You're The ONe I Need
    6. Ska-Dee-Wah
    7. Rough And Tough
    8. Dumplins
    9. Beatles Got To Go, The
    10. Wings Of A Dove
    11. Frankenstein Ska
    12. You Make Me Feel The Way I Do
    13. No One
    14. I Won't Love You Anymore
    15. Beautiful Garden
    16. I Won't Let You Go
    17. Donna
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Jamaica Ska
    2. Try Me One More Time
    3. Last Night Ska
    4. Susie
    5. Too Late
    6. Joyride
    7. Soon You Will Be Gone
    8. Night Train From Jamaica
    9. Run Man Run
    10. Most Of All
    11. Behold
    12. What A Day
    13. Keep Running Away
    14. Blessed Be
    15. Tell Me The Reason
    16. Walk Like A Dragon
    17. Guns Of Navarone - (live)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 276

  • Credits
    ProducerRonnie Nasralla; Byron Lee; Aad Van Der Hoek (Compilation)
    EngineerGraham Goodhall; Tom Dowd; Carlton Lee

    Personnel includes: Byron Lee, Monty Morris, The Maytals, Jimmy Cliff.
    Personnel: Byron Lee (bass guitar); Junior Gray (vocals, bongos, percussion); Lloyd Tyrell, Eric "Monty" Morris, Philip James, Nathaniel "Jerry" McCarthy, The Blues Busters, Roy Panton, Yvonne Sterling, Wilburn Cole, Jimmy Cliff, Keith Lyn, The Maytals (vocals); Rupert Bent, Jr. (acoustic guitar); Sammy Ismay, Ossie Scott (saxophone); Chester Powers, Frank Anderson , Lester Sterling, Baba Brooks (trumpet); Vernon Muller (trombone); Joe Johnson , Leslie Butler (piano, organ); Barry Lloyd (drums); Carl Brady, Victor Chung (bongos, percussion).
    Liner Note Author: Dr. Buster Dynamite.
    Recording information: Atlantic Studios (1963-1966); Federal Studios (1963-1966); W.I.R.L. Studios (1963-1966).
    Photographers: Sheila Lee; Aad Van Der Hoek; Ronnie Nasralla.
    Unknown Contributor Role: Sylvan Morris.

  • Critic Reviews
    The Beat (V.15 #4 1996, p.21) - "Although the Dragonaires attempted to smooth out ska's rough edges--exactly the aspect that made it so monumentally great--Lee remains an important figure in Jamaica's musical history during and beyond the era of ska."
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