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Based on the acclaimed 2017 7" singles box set of the same name, this hugely generous 3CD set comprises the original 20 tracks from that collection bolstered by 64 impossibly rare and unreleased bonus tracks, all recorded for Duke Reid's legendary Treasure Isle catalogue between 1964 and 1966. Of the 84 romping ska tracks, 15 are previously unreleased, 44 make their CD debut and over 20 are have been officially unavailable for over a decade. The collection is presented as a handsomely designed digipack, which also houses a 12-page booklet, packed with fascinating imagery from the Sixties and a compelling essay on the music from noted vintage Jamaican music expert, Brian Keyo.
Based on the acclaimed 2017 7" singles box set of the same name, this hugely generous 3CD set comprises the original 20 tracks from that collection bolstered by 64 impossibly rare and unreleased bonus tracks, all recorded for Duke Reid's legendary Treasure Isle catalogue between 1964 and 1966. Of the 84 romping ska tracks, 15 are previously unreleased, 44 make their CD debut and over 20 are have been officially unavailable for over a decade. The collection is presented as a handsomely designed digipack, which also houses a 12-page booklet, packed with fascinating imagery from the Sixties and a compelling essay on the music from noted vintage Jamaican music expert, Brian Keyo.
4050538528534

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Format: CD
Label: TJNR
Rel. Date: 10/04/2019
UPC: 4050538528534

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Based on the acclaimed 2017 7" singles box set of the same name, this hugely generous 3CD set comprises the original 20 tracks from that collection bolstered by 64 impossibly rare and unreleased bonus tracks, all recorded for Duke Reid's legendary Treasure Isle catalogue between 1964 and 1966. Of the 84 romping ska tracks, 15 are previously unreleased, 44 make their CD debut and over 20 are have been officially unavailable for over a decade. The collection is presented as a handsomely designed digipack, which also houses a 12-page booklet, packed with fascinating imagery from the Sixties and a compelling essay on the music from noted vintage Jamaican music expert, Brian Keyo.
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