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Freddie McKay Going
02 :25
02
Cornell Campbell Hear Me Now Star
03 :25
03
Horace Andy The Children
03 :15
04
Johnny Clarke No Lick No Cup
03 :10
05
Linval Thompson Trouble
03 :38
06 03 :29
07
Johnny Clarke Leggo Violence
03 :24
08
Jimmy Riley Living In Fear
03 :50
09
Cornell Campbell Your Company
03 :37
10
Locksley Castell Some Good
02 :58
11
Wayne Jarrett Judgement Time
04 :09
12
Linval Thompson Di Wicked Dem
02 :48
13
Ronnie Davis Tonight
02 :41
14
Cornell Campbell Give Sweet Loving
03 :35
ARTIST
TITLE
Kingston Allstars Meet Downtown at King Tubbys
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
KSCD 002CD KSCD 002CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
9/2/2016

2016 repress. Kingston Sounds follow up with another great compilation in the shape of Kingston Allstars. 1973 to 1976 was a period in reggae's history when the music coming from Kingston Jamaica was at its peak. So many talented singers, who sang soulful/righteous songs, found their way onto tape. Maybe it was the competition between the studios like Randys Channel 1 and Harry J and the quality of the singers available to sing these tunes. Bunny Lee productions are once again under the spotlight, with rare tracks from Freddie McKay, Horace Andy, Jimmy Riley, Cornel Campbell, Wayne Jarrett, Johnny Clarke, Ronnie Davis and curiously a handful of tracks not usually associated with Striker Lee, like Locksley (sometimes Lacksley) Castell's "Some Good" (on the same rhythm that Augustus Pablo used for Hugh Mundell's "Revolution a Come"), Linval Thompsons's "Wicked Dem" (on Pablo's own "Rockers Dub" rhythm) and Yabby U's "Stand Up and Fight". But whatever caused the explosion the mighty voices. The tracks were culled together from sessions recorded at the fore mentioned legendary studios. Then taken to King Tubby's home style studio at 18 Drummlie Avenue in the Waterhouse district of Kingston. This is where the great dub-master himself would record the vocal tracks, a method in which he preferred to work and then mix the tracks Tubby style. Kingston Sound have travelled to Jamaica and listened to hours of master tapes to develop Kingston Allstars. So sit back and enjoy a wicked set by Kingston's finest.