Hot Sauce Volume 4

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BIS => 2024 05 24
1LP - HARLEM SHUFFLE RECORDS
2023

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Statut: BACK IN STOCK
Label: HARLEM SHUFFLE RECORDS
Genre: REGGAE / SKA / DUB
Format: 1 LP
Date de parution: 2023

TRACKLIST


A1. The Charmers - I Did It 


A2. Herman - Love Brother 


A3. The Ethiopians - Rim Bim Bam 


A4. Tony & His Group & Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Fire Fire (Take 3) 


A5. Winston Groovy & Pat Rhoden & Brother Dan All Stars - Pony Ride 


A6. Ansel Collins - Night Of Love 


A7. Lynn Taitt & The Jets - Dee's Special


B1. The Rulers & The Carib Beats - Let My People Go 


B2. Loyds Charmers & Dave Barker - Black Power


B3. The Hippy Boys - Wondering 


B4. Charmers All Stars - Going In Circles


B5. Chosen Few - It's Too Late 


B6. Dennis Alcapone - Shades Of Hudson 


B7. G.G. All Stars - Old Time (Dub)




DESCRIPTION


Here is the much anticipated Volume 4 of HOT SAUCE dedicated to the Trojan related UK labels between 1965 and 1975. HOT SAUCE Volume 4 features outstanding original Rocksteady, Boss Reggae and early Reggae tracks including rare songs, overlooked gems, hidden treasures and a couple of hits.


The record labels showcased on this volume are Amalgamated, Big Shot, Duke, Explosion, Grape, High Note , JJ Records, Treasure Isle and Trojan. The tracks here have been selected according to their musical interest, their rarity, and how they complement other selections on the release. These tracks are all out- standing - all killer, no filler. Particular attention has been paid to the way the songs are sequenced so that the album builds up nicely and gradually, starting with the Rocksteady songs on the A Side


and the 70s songs on the B Side.


The HOT SAUCE series is a musical journey across Trojan and its labels highlighting early Jamaican Reggae’s many diverse sub-genres and outstanding artists.


Since the early 70s Tighten Up series, no compilations have really explored these labels in depth on vinyl.