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|1.||The Jamaicans - "Ba-Ba-Boom Time" (3:32)|
|2.||Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Tommy's Rock Steady" (3:01)|
|3.||The Techniques - "Drink Wine" (2:57)|
|4.||Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Hot Rock" (3:39)|
|5.||Miller, Williams, Yount - "Release Me" (4:11)|
|6.||Sam Jones/Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Hey Leroy" (3:03)|
|1.||The Techniques - "Queen Majesty" (3:35)|
|2.||Tommy McCook & The Supersonics/King Kurtis - "Soul Serenade" (3:13)|
|3.||The Paragons - "Mercy Mercy" (2:59)|
|4.||Phyllis Dillon - "Don't Touch Me Tomato" (3:04)|
|5.||The Melodians - "You Don't Need Me" (3:08)|
|6.||Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Down Bond Street" (3:15)|
The Treasure Isle Recording Studio is unparalleled when it comes to some of the biggest rocksteady hits to come out of Jamaica. On this essential reissue, some of its greatest output is explored on tenor sax by Tommy McCook - an original pioneer of the sound and one of Jamaica's most celebrated musicians - and produced by the legendary Duke Reid of the Trojan Sound System. This is music from a golden era, when rocksteady outshone the more upbeat ska, and focus was shifted to song based material, with elements of r&b and blues all reimagined through a decidedly Jamaican lens.
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