Midnight Groovers burst onto the musical scene in the early 1970s led by...
Arranged by Cedric Brooks - 1977
Produced & Mixed In Early 80's in canada
Midnight Groovers burst onto the musical scene in the early 1970s led by Phillip Mark aka "Chubby" and his brother "Coe".This compilation put together for the very first time all the best reggae tracks of the famous Dominican band.Their music spreads a strong and deep message, a message of resistance. >
Limited edition hand-made (lino-cut) printed sleeves 100 numeroted copies. The sleeves are available individually if you already purchased the record with the standart sleeve.
LP 1 : GLADSTONE ANDERSON - SINGS SONGS FOR TODAY & TOMORROW LP 2 : THE ROOTS RADICS - RADICAL DUB SESSION GATEFOLD COVER LABEL : ONLYROOTS / DIGIKILLER
Originally released in 1977. The misleadingly titled "The Best Of Freddy McKay" is the fourth album of the artist and not a compilation. The fruit of collaboration with the producer Alvin "GG's" Ranglin. Recorded at Channel One & Harry J studios and backed by The Revolutionaries it marks the entrance of McKay in the Roots Reggae era. LABEL : Hit GG's...
The 10-tracks that forms the core of this album, were originally released on the Impact! label in 1975. Less than 200 copies were pressed, even fewer than "Java Java Java Dub". Produced by Clive Chin Label : Impact