Studio One Lovers
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Format: 2 LP
Date de parution: 2005
Date de la réedition: 2024


A1 Delroy Wilson– I Don't Know Why

A2 Basil Daley– Hold Me Baby

A3 Myrna Hague– Touch Me Baby

A4 John Holt & The Paragons– Darling, I Need Your Loving

B1 The Sharks (2)– How Could I Live

B2 Mad Lads*– Ten To One

B3 Jackie Mittoo– Reggae Magic

B4 Larry & Alvin– Your Love

B5 Freddy & Jenny– Too Long Will Be Too Late

C1 Alton Ellis– Let Him Try

C2 Albert Tomlinson– Don't Wait For Me

C3 Horace Andy– Got To Be Sure

C4 Carlton And His Shoes*– Never Give Your Heart Away

C5 The Heptones– Ready To Learn

D1 Bob & Marcia– Really Together

D2 Ernest Wilson– Undying Love

D3 Bob Marley & The Wailers– I'm Still Waiting

D4 Doreen Shaffer– We're All Alone


Lovingly compiled, this album features only the finest Lovers from Jamaica’s finest label. From Blues parties in London, Birmingham, Bristol etc Lovers Rock quickly became one of the UK’s finest-ever musical movements. 

Sweet harmonies, soulful reggae, love songs – the key ingredients of Lovers Rock - were all based on the revival of many of the classic Rocksteady harmony groups of the late 60s and early 70s, such as The Heptones, Carlton and The Shoes, Larry & Alvin, The Paragons, that Clement "Sir Coxsone" Dodd’s Studio One and rival Duke Reid’s Treasure Isle label produced hit after hit with as they fought for dominance in the dancehalls of Kingston.

As well as these classic harmony groups, this album also features fine contributions from many of the reggae greats – Horace Andy, Alton Ellis, Bob Marley and The Wailers, Delroy Wilson – All artists who became stars at the legendary Studio One Records which Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records, describes as "The University of Reggae".