JA Harmony Groups




Ska, Rocksteady, Jamaican R’n’B- There was a huge amount of top quality music coming out of Jamaica through the 60’s, an early 70’s- This week we’re gonna focus on how the sounds from the U.S- R’n’B, an especially the Doowop/Vocal Harmony groups of the 50’s (like the Moonglows/ the Orielles etc…) an later through the 60’s (the Impressions/ the Temptations etc…) influenced the music scene in Jamaica-


1/Derrick Harriott-Been So Long

2/David Anthony-Out Of My Mind

3/Keith & Enid-Worried Over You

4/The Royals-We Are In The Mood

5/The Heptones-Pretty Looks

6/The Jamaicans-Chain Gang

7/Diane Lawrence-Hound Dog

8/The Sensations-Right On Time

9/The Termites-Love Up, Kiss Up

10/Slim Smith & The Uniques-My Conversation

11/Blues Blenders-Girl Next Door

12/Stranger & Patsy-Down The Train Line

13/Laurel Aitkin-Heavenly Angel

14/The Techniques-Queen Majesty

15/The Prodigals-Choo Choo

16/Alton Ellis-Duke Of Earl

17/The Royals-Pick Up The Pieces

18/The Three Tops-Do It Right

19/The Gaylads-Hard To Confess

20/Jackie & Millie-Pledging My Love

21/Rita Marley Anderson & The Wailers-A De Pon Dem

22/The Originators-Hot Iron

23/The Eternals-Queen Of The Minstrels

24/The Silvertones-Whoo Baby

25/Ewan & Jerry & The Carribbeats-The Rock Steady Train

26/The Heptones-Equal Rights

27/The Hi-Tones & The Coxonaires Orch-Going Steady

28/Bob Marley & The Wailers-I’m Still Waiting


runnin’ time 1.18ish.

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