Hugely collectable album from 1970  Includes five tracks new to CD  Most tracks unavailable on CD for decades Originally released in Jamaica and the UK in 1970, 'Reggae Fever' primarily served as a showcase for the talents of singing duo, The Inspira, ons (Trevor Shaw AKA Jimmy London and Billy Dyce) and the album's producer, Joel Gibson AKA Joe Gibbs. Although the album only sold modestly at the Pme of it's issue, it has since become one of the most collectable long-players from the boss reggae era. Now expanded to include almost the enPrety of Joe Gibbs's recorded output from 1969, the collecPon features an array of best-sellers alongside rariPes performed by some of Jamaica's finest musical talents of the period. And with five tracks new to CD, this is another must-have compilation for fans of vintage reggae sounds
Hugely collectable album from 1970  Includes five tracks new to CD  Most tracks unavailable on CD for decades Originally released in Jamaica and the UK in 1970, 'Reggae Fever' primarily served as a showcase for the talents of singing duo, The Inspira, ons (Trevor Shaw AKA Jimmy London and Billy Dyce) and the album's producer, Joel Gibson AKA Joe Gibbs. Although the album only sold modestly at the Pme of it's issue, it has since become one of the most collectable long-players from the boss reggae era. Now expanded to include almost the enPrety of Joe Gibbs's recorded output from 1969, the collecPon features an array of best-sellers alongside rariPes performed by some of Jamaica's finest musical talents of the period. And with five tracks new to CD, this is another must-have compilation for fans of vintage reggae sounds
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Format: CD
Label: DOCTOR BIRD
Rel. Date: 09/17/2021
UPC: 5013929278738

Reggae Fever (Uk)
Artist: Inspirations
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. 1 Lloyd Willis ; the Destroyers - Mad Rooster
2. The Inspirations - Ease Up
3. The Inspirations - Wet Dreams
4. The Inspirations - Why Do You Laugh at My Calamities
5. The Inspirations - Samfie Man
6. Ken Parker - Only Yesterday
7. Lloyd Willis ; the Destroyers - Reggae Fever
8. The Inspirations - Bongo Nyah
9. The Inspirations - Who You Gonna Run to
10. The Inspirations - Sweet Sensation
11. The Inspirations - Fattie Fattie
12. Lloyd Willis ; the Destroyers - Liquidator Bonus Tracks
13. The Inspirations - the Train Is Coming
14. The Inspirations - a Message to My Girl
15. The Inspirations - la la (Na Na Hey Hey)
16. The Inspirations - Take Back Your Duck
17. The Inspirations - Man Oh Man
18. The Inspirations - Nothing for Nothing
19. Niney ; the Destroyers - Danger Zone
20. Ken Parker - It's Alright
21. Stranger Cole - What Mama Na Want She Get
22. The Versatiles - Lu Lu Bell
23. The Hippy Boys - the Hippys Are Here
24. Ken Parker - Sugar Dumplin'
25. Stranger Cole - We Two
26. The Versatiles - Long Long Time
27. Lord Comic ; the Destroyers - Franco Nero
28. The Destroyers - Franco Nero (Version 2)
29. The Reggae Boys - the Wicked Must Survive
30. The Soul Sisters - Wreck a Buddy
31. Johnny Moore ; the Cobbs - Reflections on Don D
32. The Soul Mates - Them a Laugh and Ki Ki
33. Ansel Collins ; the Scientists * - Professor in Action
34. The Reggae Boys - Mama Look Deh
35. The Destroyers - on the Move
36. The Young Souls - Man a Wail
37. Ansel Collins ; the Cobbs * - Hot Buttered Corn
38. The Reggae Boys - Me No Born Ya
39. Count Matchuki ; the Destroyers - It Is I (Matchuki's Cooking)
40. The Immortals - Bongo Jah
41. The Moon (Hippy) Boys - Apollo 11 (Who Done It)
42. The Reggae Boys - the Reggae Train
43. Johnny Moore ; the Cobbs - One Love
44. The Slickers - Man Beware
45. Ansel Collins ; the Cobbs * - Space Doctor
46. The Reggae Boys - Walk By Day Fly By Night
47. Count Matchuki ; the Destroyers * - Pressure Tonic Aka the Spoke
48. Ernest Wilson - Private Number
49. Ansel Collins ; the Hippy Boys - Joe Gibb's Mood
50. The Reggae Boys - Dolly House on Fire
51. Lloyd Willis ; Destroyers * - Unknown Tongue
52. The Slickers - Mother Matty
53. The Young Souls - Why Did You Leave
54. Ansel Collins ; the Hippy Boys - My Last Walk

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Hugely collectable album from 1970  Includes five tracks new to CD  Most tracks unavailable on CD for decades Originally released in Jamaica and the UK in 1970, 'Reggae Fever' primarily served as a showcase for the talents of singing duo, The Inspira, ons (Trevor Shaw AKA Jimmy London and Billy Dyce) and the album's producer, Joel Gibson AKA Joe Gibbs. Although the album only sold modestly at the Pme of it's issue, it has since become one of the most collectable long-players from the boss reggae era. Now expanded to include almost the enPrety of Joe Gibbs's recorded output from 1969, the collecPon features an array of best-sellers alongside rariPes performed by some of Jamaica's finest musical talents of the period. And with five tracks new to CD, this is another must-have compilation for fans of vintage reggae sounds