• Lloyd & Glen – That Girl
    • Lloyd & Glen – You Got Me Going
    • 1. That Girl
    • 2. You Got Me Going

    This essential DOUBLE sider was first released in 1967 on Crystal Records, the Jamaican record label owned by the famed producer Derrick Harriott. Derrick produced both of these great songs.

    The single was also released on the 'BLUE' Coxsone label in the U.K. the same year. This single has never been repressed since. It is impossible to find in listenable condition and is very much in demand.

    The A side That Girl is an instant Reggay scorcher with a cracking rhythm and fun lyrics. As ever with Lloyd and Glen, it showcases outstanding vocals from the duo along with a spotless production from Derrick Harriott. On the B side, a gorgeous love song from Lloyd and Glen. Poignant vocals from the duo are perfectly complemented by a big horns section. It is in fact as good as the A side.


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    Jamaican Soul Double Header!!

    Minni Skirt was initially published in 1967 on the Jamaican Comet label and on the American BRA label and has never been released on vinyl in Europe, until now. Brilliantly produced, this mythic party dancer combines heavy frantic Rhythm and Soul, flamboyant horns, wild screaming vocals with some of the most concise lyrics ever written: Today, this ultrarare track is heavily sought after by many collectors, from early “Reggay” fans, Rude Boys, Skin-heads to Mods, Soulies and 60s collectors.

    What You’ve Got was released in 1967 on the WIRL label in Jamaica and on the Doctor Bird label in the U.K as the B side for Feel Good Now, another great track by Lloyd and Glen. It has never been repressed on 7” vinyl since. Complete with a prominent beat and superb horns, the much in demand What You’ve Got is the perfect choice for completing this Jamaican Soul crossover single. Equally rare, a mint copy would be over 300 quid if one can find any!

    • – Mini Skirt And Go Go Boots
    • – What You've Got

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    Lloyd & GlenMini Skirt And Go Go BootsHarlem Shuffle

    Jamaican Soul Double Header!!

    Minni Skirt was initially published in 1967 on the Jamaican Comet label and on the American BRA label and has never been released on vinyl in Europe, until now. Brilliantly produced, this mythic party dancer combines heavy frantic Rhythm and Soul, flamboyant horns, wild screaming vocals with some of the most concise lyrics ever written: Today, this ultrarare track is heavily sought after by many collectors, from early “Reggay” fans, Rude Boys, Skin-heads to Mods, Soulies and 60s collectors.

    What You’ve Got was released in 1967 on the WIRL label in Jamaica and on the Doctor Bird label in the U.K as the B side for Feel Good Now, another great track by Lloyd and Glen. It has never been repressed on 7” vinyl since. Complete with a prominent beat and superb horns, the much in demand What You’ve Got is the perfect choice for completing this Jamaican Soul crossover single. Equally rare, a mint copy would be over 300 quid if one can find any!

    • – Mini Skirt And Go Go Boots
    • – What You've Got
    Rudy MillsJohn Jones / BombshellHarlem Shuffle

    "Produced and apparently co-written by Derrick Harriott, 'John Jones' was released in 1968 on the Big shot label. With its unstoppable rhythm and its aggressive lyrics 'John Jones' was a major hit among the Skinhead subculture in the UK, its release on the popular Tighten Up series certainly helped the song becoming a cult track then and now. The Crystalites were Harriott's studio band and included very famous 60s Jamaican musicians e.g. Bongo Herman, Bongo Les, Boris Gardiner, Gladstone Anderson, Karl Bryan, Winston Wright among others. They were extremely productive between 1968 and 1974 recording four albums and countless singles. More specifically, they recorded many wild and awesome 'versions' of hit songs of that time e.g. 'John Jones', making 'Bombshell' easily the best choice for the B Side as it is indeed a special instrumental and an awesome cover." Hard too find a clean copy on 7" single, now's your limited chance..A Stone Cold Classic!!

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    Alton EllisPumping InHarlem Shuffle

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    This cracking up-tempo track from 1970 has a heavy guitar work, a killer organ and some real gutsy vocals to boot.The sound and rhythm are quite different from Ellis previous songs and, sign of time, have a distinctive Boss Reggae feel and it really rocks! “Pumping In” is an absolute gem that has been badly overlooked up to now. 1972 "Knock on wood", the Eddie Floyd mega hit, has been covered several times by Alton previously, in a brilliant but rather conservative way. This version though was produced by Joe Gibbs and is totally different. It featured on 2 compilations LPs in 1969 and 1973 but was never issued on a 7" vinyl previously. In the same vein as "Pumping In" but slower, this killer track is a rough, tough reggae cover of the Soul anthem featuring unbelievable vocals from Alton, and a distinctly Boss Sound production from Joe Gibbs. A Must Have..

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