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Dr. AlimantadoBest Dressed Chicken In Town

Label:Greensleeves Records – GREL 1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Lyntone Pressing
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Reggae
Style:Reggae, Dub

Tracklist

A1Best Dressed Chicken In Town
EngineerUpsetter*
A2Just The Other Day
EngineerKing Tubby
VocalsDroppy*
A3Poison Flour
EngineerPhillip Smart*
VocalsHorace Andy
A4Gimmie Mi Gun
EngineerMaxie*
VocalsGregory Isaacs
A5I Killed The Barber
EngineerPhillip Smart*
VocalsJackie Edwards
B1Unitone Skank
EngineerPat Kelly
VocalsGregory Isaacs
B2Can't Conquer Natty Dreadlocks
EngineerUpsetter*
B3Ride On
EngineerUpsetter*
B4Plead I Cause
EngineerKing Tubby
B5I Shall Fear No Evil
EngineerPhillip Smart*
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Credits

Notes

An I.S.D.A Production.
Published by D. Aliman. Tado
℗ & ©1978 Greensleeves Records
Distributed by EMI Records Ltd.
Printed in England by Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd. Bedford.
Some copies have an inlay picture with Dr Alimantado & Greensleeves phone number.

The following vocal studios were used:
A1, B2, B3: Black Ark
A2, A3, A5, B4, B5: King Tubby's
A4: Channel One
B1: Randy's

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A run-out): GREL 1A-1W 2 E.G. LYN 7207 KEV LYN 7207
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B run-out): GREL 1B-1W E.G. LYN 7208

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Best Dressed Chicken In Town (LP, Album)Greensleeves Records940811France1978
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Best Dressed Chicken In Town (LP, Album, Lyntone Pressing)Greensleeves RecordsGREL 1UK1978
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Best Dressed Chicken In Town (LP, Album, Lyntone Pressing)Greensleeves RecordsGREL 1UK1978
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Best Dressed Chicken In Town (LP, Album)Greensleeves Records940811France1978

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Reviews

  • emprich's avatar
    emprich
    SOUTH AFRICAN PRESS BY UMKHONTO RECORDS HAS ALL THE SONGS
    JUST AS THE CD,A RARITY
    • Toppatopsounds's avatar
      A top five Deejay-compi, hail the man Winston Thompson for his musical & toasting genius.
      • Bradx's avatar
        Bradx
        This album took me and my friends by storm when we first heard it way back in 1978. Can't remember where we first heard it, John Peel probably. Everyone I knew bought a copy and whenever I went round to someone's house this was the album they always put on, side one being particularly strong. Each of the five tracks has a different sound.... down to the differing producers, studios and engineers employed. The choice of riddims is very strong with classic tunes like Man Next Door and Ali Baba reworked in heavyweight style.
        There was something about this record that appealed to everybody at the time. It must have sold tens of thousands in the UK.

        Side two possibly a notch down but still a very strong set.

        I also have a CD version. Normally I much prefer vinyl ... but in this instance the bass seems a lot louder and heavier on the CD. Plus - you get four extra tracks - and they are all good too.

        All in all the highwater mark of 70s roots dubwize toasting, no doubt about it.

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