Saturday, May 5, 2012

Rocking Soul w/ Undercover

The sweet, sweet sounds of Jamaica of the late 60's had a mix of Soul and Rocksteady gently drifting from the Jukeboxes and Sound Systems. I love this era - highly influenced by the Motown sound with soulful ballads from The Techniques, The Uniques, Slim Smith, Ken Parker and Alton Ellis all over a Rocksteady beat from key house bands such as The Comets, The Techniques, Tommy McCook and The Supersonics and The Brentford All Stars. NEW LINK!

The Uniques - Little Girl
The Techniques - Traveling Man
Lloyd & The Groovers with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Listen To The Music
Dobby Dobson - Loving Pauper
Techniques - I'm In The Mood For Love
Ken Parker - How Could I
The Three Tops - Its Raining
Phyllis Dillon - Perfidia
Sensations - Long Time Me No See You Girl
Johnny Clarke & Derrick Morgan - Behold
Keith Blake - Musically
Prince Buster - Lets Go To The Dance
Freddie Mckay - Love Is A Treasure
Sound Dimension - Mo Joe Rocksteady
Honey Boy Martin & The Voices with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Dreader Than Dread
The Jamaicans - Baba Boom
The Melodians - I Will Get Along Without You
Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Heatwave
Slim Smith - Love And Devotion
Brentford All Stars - Race Track
C Marshall - La-La 69
The Techniques - You Dont Care
Nora Dean - Barbwire
Joya Landis - Kansas City
Alton Ellis - La La Means I Love You
The Pioneers - Love Love Everyday
The Abbyssinians - Poor Jason White
Danny Simpson - Mary Poppins
The Gladiators - Sweet Soul Music
Jeff Barnes - Give And Take
Glen Adams - Run Come Dance
The Hippy Boys - Cloud Burst


  1. that last track ''Jo Jo Bennett & The Rhythm Rulers - Leaving Rome'' is labelled wrong mi lion .. I don't know what it is but I know what it ain't ;-)

  2. The last track's title is "Cloud Burst" by The Hippy Boys

  3. Link is dead, thx for reload it