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Over 30 tracks new to CD. Two albums on CD for the first time. Includes many of the biggest DJ hits of the late 70s. By the close of the 70s, the DJ sound that had revolutionised the Jamaican music industry at the start of the decade was firmly established as one of the dominant sub-genres of reggae music. Few producers championed the style more vigorously than Joe Gibbs, who along with Errol Thompson, regularly provided a platform for the cream of the island's toasters. In 1977, some of their finest DJ productions were gathered on the album, 'Top Ranking DJ Session Volume 1', the popularity of which spurred a second volume two years later. Now, at long last, both collections feature on CD for the first time, with their track listings stripped of a few much earlier tracks and bolstered by the very best of the Mighty Two's DJ output from the late 70s.
Over 30 tracks new to CD. Two albums on CD for the first time. Includes many of the biggest DJ hits of the late 70s. By the close of the 70s, the DJ sound that had revolutionised the Jamaican music industry at the start of the decade was firmly established as one of the dominant sub-genres of reggae music. Few producers championed the style more vigorously than Joe Gibbs, who along with Errol Thompson, regularly provided a platform for the cream of the island's toasters. In 1977, some of their finest DJ productions were gathered on the album, 'Top Ranking DJ Session Volume 1', the popularity of which spurred a second volume two years later. Now, at long last, both collections feature on CD for the first time, with their track listings stripped of a few much earlier tracks and bolstered by the very best of the Mighty Two's DJ output from the late 70s.
5013929281042

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Format: CD
Label: DOCTOR BIRD
Rel. Date: 09/16/2022
UPC: 5013929281042

Top Ranking Dj Session Volumes 1 & 2 / Various
Artist: Top Ranking Dj Session Volumes 1 & 2 / Various
Format: CD
New: Available $24.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Top Ranking - Trinity
2. Trust No Shadow After Dark - I Roy
3. Commercial Business - Trinity
4. Equal Rights Style - Big Youth
5. Natty Pass His G.C.E. - Shorty the President
6. Big Fast Car - Big Youth
7. Badder Than You - Clint Eastwood
8. Jah Joy - Mr. Bojangles
9. Too Much Gal Out a Street - Shorty the President
10. Ask Me No Question - Ranking Joe
11. Dread Locks Thing - Prince Hammer
12. Production Plan - Clint Eastwood
13. Prophesy Reveal - Mr. Bojangles
14. Bellevue Patient - Dillinger
15. Dread Locks Party - Ranking Joe
16. The Selassie I Cup - Mr. Bojangles
17. Informer - Prince Mohammed
18. Natty on Top - Prince Hammer
19. Jamaican Dollar - Trinity
20. Producer's Trophy - Mr. Bojangles
21. Ten Years Late - Prince Mohammed
22. Different Style - Kojak ; Liza
23. Come Fi Si Yu Daughter - Jah Thomas
24. Gau'wn a School - U Brown
25. 3 One Fi the Money - Clint Eastwood
26. Kublicon - Dillinger
27. My Wife - Lui Lepke
28. Beverley How You Love Me - Lee Van Cleef
29. Girls of Today - Weedy Dread
30. Bad Card - Trinity
31. Set Me Free - I Roy
32. Forty Leg Dread - Prince Mohammed
33. Out the Light - Dillinger
34. Starsky and Hutch - Trinity
35. Orthodox Rock - Prince Hammer
36. Friend and Money - Mikey Dread
37. Bubbling Love - Prince Mohammed
38. War Is Over - Dillinger
39. Naw Go a Them Burial - Prince Allah
40. I Pray Thee - I Roy
41. Hog and Goat - Trinity
42. Shaolin Disciples - Jah Grundy
43. Racing Pool - Dillinger
44. Christmas Style - Kojak ; Liza

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Over 30 tracks new to CD. Two albums on CD for the first time. Includes many of the biggest DJ hits of the late 70s. By the close of the 70s, the DJ sound that had revolutionised the Jamaican music industry at the start of the decade was firmly established as one of the dominant sub-genres of reggae music. Few producers championed the style more vigorously than Joe Gibbs, who along with Errol Thompson, regularly provided a platform for the cream of the island's toasters. In 1977, some of their finest DJ productions were gathered on the album, 'Top Ranking DJ Session Volume 1', the popularity of which spurred a second volume two years later. Now, at long last, both collections feature on CD for the first time, with their track listings stripped of a few much earlier tracks and bolstered by the very best of the Mighty Two's DJ output from the late 70s.
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