Various ‎– U Roy And Friends - With A Flick Of My Musical Wrist (Jamaican Deejay Music 1970-1973)

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Trojan Records ‎– TRLS 268
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A1 U. Roy* And Delroy* You Keep On Running
Written-By – Wilson*, Beckford*
A2 King Sporty For Our Desire
Written-By – Sporty*
A3 Charlie Ace Ontarious Version
Written-By – Unknown Artist
A4 U. Roy* Love I Tender
Written-By – Beckford*
A5 Ramon (3) and The Crystalites Golden Chickens
Written-By – D. Harriott*
A6 Cat Campbell & Nicky Thomas Hammering
Written-By – Unknown Artist
A7 Big Youth Moving Version
Written-By – L. Perry*
A8 U. Roy* Festival Wise
Written-By – E. Donaldson*
B1 U. Roy* & Ken Boothe Medley Train
Written-By – Beckford*, Booth*
B2 I. Roy* Space Flight
Written-By – L. Perry*
B3 U. Roy* On Top Of The Peak
Written-By – Ranglin*, Beckford*
B4 Big Youth Opportunity Rock
Arranged By – Brown*, Miller*Written-By – Trad.*
B5 King Tony Speak No Evil
Written-By – Fud Christian
B6 U. Roy* Hard Feeling
Written-By – Alvin Ranglin
B7 I. Roy* Musical Drum Sound
Written-By – Lloyd Daley
B8 Prince Jazzbo Free From Chains
Written-By – Carter*, Robinson*

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℗ 1988 Trojan Records
© 1988 Trojan Records
Compiled and annotated by Steve Barrow

Side One: New Town Sound Ltd., except 2,3,7: Copyright Control, 1: Bamboo Music
Side Two: New Town Sound Ltd., except 1,3: copyright Control

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 014438 126817
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A): TRLS-268-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B): TRLS-268-B-1

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jvaahtera

jvaahtera

July 6, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Interesting trivia for the track B4: It's marked as a traditional and it's actually a version of an old Russian song called: Подмосковные вечера, also known as Midnight In Moscow. It's hard to recognize the song in as heavily stripped down/dubbed up reggae version but you if you listen to the bass player's chords it's recognizible as the bassline of the jazz adaptation of the Russian song, so maybe someone recorded this tune as a Jamaican instrumental too. At least jazz versions of this song were very popular.