Reaching back to the roots of the Jamaican sixties musical explosion, 'Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records' features some of the originators of the genre. This compilation from the golden era of reggae features Ernest Ranglin, Lennie Hibbert & Cecil Lloyd, and others playing in their element.
Reaching back to the roots of the Jamaican sixties musical explosion, 'Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records' features some of the originators of the genre. This compilation from the golden era of reggae features Ernest Ranglin, Lennie Hibbert & Cecil Lloyd, and others playing in their element.
4571179531658

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Format: CD
Label: DUBSTORE
Rel. Date: 03/29/2019
UPC: 4571179531658

Jamaica Jazz Federal Records: Carib Roots / Var
Artist: Jamaica Jazz Federal Records Carib Roots / Var
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Like Falling in Love (Ernest Ranglin ; the Federal Band)
2. Profile Cha Cha (Cecil Lloyd ; the Starline Troubadors)
3. I Love Paris (Lennie Hibbert Combo)
4. T'is Wonderful (Eric Grant Orchestra)
5. C'est Magnifique (George Moxey)
6. Go Fife Go (Count Owen ; His Calypsonians)
7. Angelima (Ernest Ranglin)
8. Estrellita (Lennie Hibbert Combo)
9. Rhumbina (Cecil Lloyd ; the Starline Troubadors) 1
10. Sly Mongoose (Ernest Ranglin) 1
11. Linstead Market (Baba Motta ; Ernest Ranglin) 1
12. Wheel and Turn Me (Bertie King) 1
13. Come Back Liza (Ernest Ranglin ; Baba Motta) 1
14. Solas Market (Baba Motta) 1
15. Brown Skin Gal (Bertie King ; Baba Motta) 1
16. Mango Walk (Bertie King ; Ernest Ranglin) 1
17. Aye Aye Aye (Count Owen ; His Calypsonians) 1
18. Razor Merengue (Eric Grant Orchestra) 1
19. Ernest's Tune (Ernest Ranglin) 2
20. String of Pearls (Audley Williams ; His Orchestra) 2
21. Monday Monday (Winston Turner Quintet)

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Reaching back to the roots of the Jamaican sixties musical explosion, 'Jamaica Jazz From Federal Records' features some of the originators of the genre. This compilation from the golden era of reggae features Ernest Ranglin, Lennie Hibbert & Cecil Lloyd, and others playing in their element.