Lee "Scratch" Perry & The Upsetters* ‎– The Quest

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Clocktower Records ‎– CTCD:999, Abraham ‎– CTCD:999
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Release date unknown, recording dates likely between 1973 and 1976

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CTLP 999 Lee "Scratch" Perry & The Upsetters* The Quest(LP, Album) Clocktower Records CTLP 999 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
CTLP 999, LPCT 999 Lee "Scratch" Perry And The Upsetters* The Quest(LP, Album) Abraham, Abraham CTLP 999, LPCT 999 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
CTLP:999 Lee "Scratch" Perry & The Upsetters* The Quest(LP, M/Print) Clocktower Records, Abraham CTLP:999 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
CTLP 999, CTLP 900 Lee "Scratch" Perry & The Upsetters* The Quest(LP, Album, RE, Col) Clocktower Records, Abraham CTLP 999, CTLP 900 Canada 2013 Sell This Version
CTLP 999, LPCT 999 Lee "Scratch" Perry And The Upsetters* The Quest(LP, Album) Abraham, Abraham CTLP 999, LPCT 999 Canada Unknown Sell This Version

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EdgarUm

EdgarUm

January 18, 2018
there is also a version of this LP on Clocktower with white labels printed with black ink including a black clocktower image. this version has CTLP 900 A and CTLP 900 B etched in the runouts. LPCT 999 on printed on the labels. "905-470-9798" phone number on the labels.
cardamonT

cardamonT

August 4, 2012
edited over 3 years ago
Roots Archives notes this as being a "Bogus Release." It consists of tracks that have clearly been recorded from vinyl records with ticks and all. Be careful of CDs on this label which, at first glance seem to have all the right "markings" but turn out to be big let-downs.
The Lee Perry website, Eternal Thunder classifies this as "semi-bogus" noting this hodge-podge of tracks do have Lee Perry's fingerprints on them. They've just been lifted and compiled apparently without proper authorization. There are tracks that are mislabeled and even duplicated. All the tracks are available on authentic collections of much better quality.
Pre-internet days, these questionable CDs were peddled by a guy who drove around in his van sold them directly to music shops. I will always remember how I felt the first time I got burnt by one of these seemingly homemade "productions." I felt the same way after buying this one.