Easy Snapping The Jamaican Chart Hits of 1960

Sunrise Records
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  • 1. Laurel Aitken & The Caribs – Little Sheila
  • 2. Wilfred Jackie Edwards & The Caribs – We're Gonna Love
  • 3. Laurel Aitken & The Caribs – Boogie In My Bones
  • 4. Owen Gray & the Caribs – Please Let Me Go
  • 5. Wilfred Jackie Edwards & The Caribs – Your Eyes Are Dreaming
  • 6. Owen Gray & The Caribs – Far Love
  • 7. Higgs & Wilson with Ken Richards & His Comets – Manny On
  • 8. Laurel Aitken & The Caribs – Honey Girl
  • 9. Byron Lee & The Dragonaires – Dumplin's
  • 10. Wilfred Jackie Edwards & The Caribs – Tell Me Darling
  • 11. Lauren Aitken – Jeannie Is Back
  • 12. Jackie Estick & Clue J & His Blues Blasters – My Baby
  • 13. The Blues Blasters with Luther "Wee Willie" Williams & His Orchestra – Little Vilma
  • 14. Byron Lee & The Dragonnaires – Dragon's Paradise
  • 15. Bonnie & Skitter with Clue J & His Blues Blasters – Cherry
  • 16. The Jiving Juniors with Duke Reid & His Group – Lollipop Girl
  • 17. Higgs & Wilsonwith Ken Richards & His Comets – It Is A Day
  • 18. CLue J & His Blues Busters with Vocal By Theo Beckford – Easy Snapping
  • 19. The Jiving Juniors wih Duke Reid & His Group – My Heart's Desire
  • 20. Clue J & The Blues Busters – Shufflin' Jug (aka Little Brown Jug)
  • 21. Wilfred Jackie Edwards & The Caribs – Heaven Just Knows
  • 22. Owen Grey – Jenny Lee
  • 23. Monty & The Cyclones – Dog It
  • 24. Keith & Enid with Trenton Spence & His Group – Worried Over You
  • 25. Derrick Morgan – Fat Man
  • 26. The Bubbles – The Wasp
  • 27. The Mellow Larks with Clue J & His Blues Blasters – Time To Pray (Allelujah)
  • 28. Keith & Enid with Trenton Spence & His Group – Send Me
  • 29. Byron Lee & The Dragonaires – Joy Ride
  • 30. Alton & Eddy with Clue J & His Blues Blasters – Muriel

Sunrise Records continue to delve into Jamaica's musical heritage. Presenting the roots of the modern Jamaican music industry, featuring the hits that established the likes of Coxson Dodd, Duke Reid and Chris Blackwell as major record producers - and launched the careers of some of its most influential acts.