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Customer Review

on 16 February 2014
Wow, amazing collection of tracks. But as rightly stated above 11 of them are pure reggae that I was buying from Bamboo Records in 1969/70 and later. Fancy Make Up still the best tune and the Wailing Souls tracks amazing, particularly Pack Up. Seems most of the best Rocksteady actually out on Rock a Shaka's release. Great that they extended the Dennis Brown track by adding the Version to the vocal, play very loud.
Noticed a couple of Rocksteady numbers on the Ska Fever CD as well.
Amazing that they really do not know the difference.
About time they put out a pure 1969/70 Reggae album as Bamboo (C S Dodd's UK outlet run by Junior Lincoln) was awash with as many great Club Reggae tunes as Fab or Pama but more gritty and ethnic.
Waiting.
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