• The Heptones – School Girls
    • The Heptones – Journey
    • 1. School Girls
    • 2. Journey

    Two pre Studio 1 rocksteady gems from the legendary J.A. vocal group The Heptones, originally released on Ken Lack's label Caltone.

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    • – Decievers
    • – Decievers Dub
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          The HeptonesAfrican ChildrenTRS
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          • – African Dub
          The HeptonesRepatriationHit Bound
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          • – Repatriation
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          • – Party Time
          The HeptonesMr. TRight On
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          • – Mr. T
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          • – Mount Zion
          • – Part 2

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          Killer rocksteady two sider featuring Larry Marshall & Johnny Moore's awesome "Sound & Soul" on the flip..Don't leave!
          • Larry Marshall – No One To Give Me Love
          • Johnny Moore – Sound And Soul
          Chuck JacquesNow That You Are Gone / You Will Be MineCaltone
          Two very rare ska tunes on the cusp of rocksteady from vocalist Chuck Jacpues originally released on Blondel Calnek's Caltone label in 1967.
          • – Now That You Are Gone
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          The Cool CatsWhat Kind Of Man / Riverton CityCaltone
          Great rocksteady cut from The Cool Cats released in 1966 on Jolly in the U.K. with Tommy McCook's storming "Riverton City" on the flip.
          • The Cool Cats – What Kind Of Man
          • Tommy McCook – Riverton City
          Phil PrattSafe TravelCaltone
          Superb rocksteady business from Phil Pratt with unreleased instrumental cut on the flip.
          • Phil Pratt – Safe Travel
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