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    Hot Sauce Vol. 1Rocksteady, Boss Reggae, Early Dub & Early Reggae 1965-1975Harlem Shuffle
    This is the first volume of the Hot sauce compilation LPs dedicated to the Trojan related UK labels between 1965 and 1975. It features Rocksteady, Boss...
    • Stranger & Patsy – Tell It To Me (Doctor Bird 1967)
    • Glen Miller – Rocksteady Party (Doctor Bird 1967)
    • Des All Stars – Walk With Des (Grape 1970)
    • Andersons All Stars – Intensified Girls (Blue Cat 1968)
    • The Cobbs – Space Doctor (Amalgamated 1969)
    • Clancy Collins – Brother Moses (Duke 1969)
    • The Gaylads – I Love The Reggae (Randy's 1969)
    • Johnny & The Attractions – Coming On The Scene (Doctor Bird 1968)
    • The Itals – Dawn Patrol (Black Swan 1971)
    • Willie Lindo & Charmers Band – Drum Song (Trojan 1974)
    • The Hardy Boys – Black Out (Attack 1975)
    • Dave Collins – Smooth & Sorts (Trojan 1972)
    • Hippy Boys – Nigeria (High Note 1969)
    • Audrey – You'll Loose A Good Thing (Downtown 1969)
    • 1. Stranger & Patsy – Tell It To Me (Doctor Bird 1967)
    • 2. Glen Miller – Rocksteady Party (Doctor Bird 1967)
    • 3. Des All Stars – Walk With Des (Grape 1970)
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    Alton EllisPumping InHarlem Shuffle
    Never released before on 7” This cracking up-tempo track from 1970 has a heavy guitar work, a killer organ and some real gutsy vocals to boot.The sound...
    • Alton Ellis – Pumping In
    • Alton Ellis – Knock On Wood
    Roy RedmondAin't That Terrible / A Change Is Gonna ComeHarlem Shuffle
    Very little is known about Roy Redmond besides the fact IN 1967 he recorded 4 songs and 2 singles for Loma Records, a Warner Bros subsidiary that is well...
      The KingstoniansHold DownHarlem Shuffle
      Just in..don't delay limited stock.The Kingstonians were a relatively short-lived Jamaican band whose greatest work was produced by Derek Harriott between...
      • The Kingstonians – Hold Down
      • The Kingstonians – Nice Nice
      The UpsettersPopcorn / Tight SpotHarlem Shuffle
      Two great slabs of Jamaican funk from Lee Perry's Upsetters, recorded in 1970..can your speakers handle it? won't be around long...
      • The Upsetters – Popcorn
      • Dave Barker – Tight Spot