• Errol Dunkley – Running Child
    • 1. Errol Dunkley – Running Child
    • 2. Tropical Shadows – Anniversary

    Wicked early 70s roots tune produced by Phil Pratt with anniversary on the b-side by tropical shadows.

    Other Releases by Errol Dunkley

    Errol DunkleyDarling Ooh!Doctor Bird
    Released in 1972 on Trojan Records’ Attack subsidiary label and, in Jamaica, on Sonia Pottinger’s Gay Feet label, Errol Dunkley’s debut album “Darling...
    • DISC 1: Errol Dunkley – You'll Never Know
    • Errol Dunkley – Movie Star
    • Errol Dunkley – Created By The Father
    • Errol Dunkley – A Little Way Different
    • Errol Dunkley – Like To Be Boozed Up
    • The Gaytones – Jamaican Hi-Lite Part 1
    • Errol Dunkley – Darling Ooh
    • Errol Dunkley – Baby I Love You
    • Errol Dunkley – Your Gonna Need Me
    • Errol Dunkley – I'm Not The Man For You
    Errol DunkleyDown LowStudio 1
    Very limited MASSIVE Studio One roots tune! Super-rare - NONE on Discogs, one sold on Popsike 8 years ago! (£200+)! Boom tune + KILLER dub!
    • – Down Low
    • – Version
    Errol DunkleyBlack CinderellaFe-Me-Time
    1972 cut from Errol Dunkley on a monster heavy rhythm , recorded for Ivan 'Jimmy' Radway's label Fe-Me-Time with version on the flip.
    • – Black Cinderella
    • – Black Cinderella (Version)

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    The HeptonesParty TimeSunshot
    Phill Pratt produced version of a classic Heptones tune with melodica version on the flip.
    • – Party Time
    Ken BootheGive It To MeSunshot
    Wicked 2 sider with lovers tune from Ken Boothe and I Roy doing the musical air raid!!
    • Ken Boothe – Give It To Me
    • I Roy – Musical Air Raid
    Al CampbellHide 'N' SeekSunshot
    Two strong Phil Pratt productions from 1975 with the killer version "Soul Sister" on the flip'
    • – Hide 'N' Seek
    • – Soul Sister

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