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Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band - Why Did You Lie? / Moody Ska album download

Performer:

Dawn Penn

Title:

Why Did You Lie? / Moody Ska

Genre:

Reggae

MP3 album size:

1859 mb

Other music formats:

AIFF AC3 APE AU VOX FLAC MIDI

Rating:

4.6 ✱

Style:

Ska

Country:

Jamaica

Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band - Why Did You Lie? / Moody Ska album download

Tracklist

A Why Did You Lie?
AA Moody Ska

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DR12 / WIRL DR 1902 Dawn Penn Why Did You Lie ‎(7") Discolites Pre DR12 / WIRL DR 1902 Jamaica 1967
none Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band* Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band* - Why Did You Lie? / Moody Ska ‎(7", RE, Pur) Discolite none Jamaica 2008
none Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band* Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band* - Why Did You Lie / Moody Ska ‎(7", RE, Ora) Discolite none Jamaica 2008
none Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band* Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band* - Why Did You Lie / Moody Ska ‎(7", Single, RE, Yel) Discolite none Jamaica 2008
none Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band* Dawn Penn / Tommy McCook And The Supersonics Band* - Why Did You Lie? / Moody Ska ‎(7", RE) Discolite none Jamaica Unknown

Various - Night At The Hop (Ska And Reggae Dancehall Classics) (LP, Comp). Label:Spirit Of 69 Records Cat 69LP-002. Media Condition: Media: Mint (M) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Mint (M). unplayed mint condition! please check my other ska, rocksteady, boss reggae rarities and combined shipping rates - this LP ships world wide for . 0 € standard postage or 7 € registered priority mail! View Release Page. The Frightnrs - Nothing More To Say (LP, Album, Mono). Label:Daptone Records Cat DAP-042. Moody Ska (7", RE). Label:Discolite Cat none. Media Condition: Media: Very Good Plus (VG+) Sleeve Condition: Sleeve: Generic.

Dawn Penn - "Blue Yes Blue" (3:26). Prince Buster - "Love Each Other" (2:34). Played by: Juno Recommends Reggae Classics. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Train To Ska-thedal". Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Wall Street Shuffle". Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Sweet & Gentle". Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Moody Ska". Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "One, Two, Three, Kick". Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Jam Session". Baba Brooks & His Band - "River Bank" (part 2). The Baba Brooks Orchestra - "Musical Communion". Roland Alphonso - "Feeling Fine".

Alton Ellis & The Flames, The Techniques, The Three Tops, The Jamaicans, Tommy McCook, Lester Sterling, Justin Hinds & The Dominoes, Phyllis Dillon, Tommy McCook & The Supersonics, Tony & Dennis, The Paragons, The Moving Brothers, The Freedom Singers, The Royals, Dawn Penn, The Melodians, Dobby Dobson, Freddie McKay, Vic Taylor, John Holt. The Baba Brooks Band, The Baba Brooks Band, The Riots with the Baba Brooks Band, The Zodiacs and The Baba Brooks Band, Roland Alphonso & The Baba Brooks Band, Don Drummond & The Baba Brooks Band, Derrick Morgan & The Baba Brooks Band, Alton Ellis & The Flames, Don Drummond & The Tommy McCook Band, The Silvertones, Tommy McCook & The Supersonics.

Listen to music from Tommy McCook & The Supersonics like Soul Serenade, Out of Space & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Tommy McCook & The Supersonics. Tommy McCook described the Supersonics as being in existence from 1965 to the early 1970's. They played extensively for school graduations etc but frequently found it difficult to get general bookings due to the increase in violence at dances in 1966 associated with the Rude Boys.

Tommy McCook was the first member of the band to record, though not for commercial release: he played with Don Hitchman's Group in 1953. Archie Lindo asked Hitchman to play a few tunes for his pioneer radio station, "ZQI", on their new equipment. Though McCook was the first in the band to record, he did not participate in the recording sessions with the other nine musicians. He left Jamaica in 1954 for a jazz gig at the Zanzibar Club in Nassau, Bahamas

Tommy McCook, The Supersonics. but also somewhat educational: this is transitional music, more sprightly than reggae but not nearly as headlong and galloping as ska, and the dub mixes tend to be raw and experimental and very exciting. The backing tracks (or "rhythms") presented here were all provided by Skatalites alumnus Tommy McCook and his crack session band the Supersonics; during this period there was probably no better session ensemble anywhere in Jamaica. A couple of the CD-only bonus tracks feel like filler, but for the most part this is an utterly essential dub collection.

Monty Morris, Tommy McCook and the Supersonics. The flipside features a hot instrumental from Treasure Isle house band The Supersonics, led by tenor sax legend Tommy McCook. Organist Winston Wright, famous for his classic The Liquidator, is showcased on this one.

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