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VariousTighten Up Volume 2

Label:Trojan Records – TTL7, Trojan Records – TTL-7
Series:Tighten Up – 2
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Reggae
Style:Reggae

Tracklist

A1Pioneers*Long Shot Kick The Bucket
Written-ByGordon (23), Robinson*, Cook*
A2Rudy MillsJohn Jones
Written-ByD. Harriott*
A3Clancy EcclesFire Corner
Written-ByC. Eccles*
A4Soul Sisters*Wreck A Buddy
Written-ByJ. Gibson*
A5Dandy*Reggae In Your Jeggae
Written-ByR. Thompson*
A6Clancy EcclesFattie Fattie
Written-ByC. Eccles*
B1Upsetters*Return Of Django
Written-ByL. Perry*
B2Kingstonians*Sufferer
Written-ByD. Harriott*
B3Joya LandisMoonlight Lover
Written-ByD. Reid*
B4Bleechers*Come Into My Parlour
Written-ByL. Perry*
B5The SoulmatesThem A Laugh And A Ki Ki
Written-ByJ. Gibson*
B6Upsetters*Live Injection
Written-ByL. Perry*
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Credits

Notes

Track A3 - "Fire Corner" is incorrectly credited to Clancy Eccles, the songs producer.
Performer is actually King Stitt.
The photographer Tim Fulford-Brown is miscredited as Tim Fulford-Smith.

All tracks published by B & C except A1, A2 & B3 by Island.

This edition with title as "Tighten Up" appearing in the orange part of the label below the spindle hole.
Catalog # on spine and back cover: TTL7
Catalog# on labels: TTL-7

℗ 1969

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): TTL+7+A3 14
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): TTL+7+B2 16 9 01

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  • Funkenskankenland's avatar
    Just playing this now, I have to just state my opinion that, in its' original form, this is the best reggae compilation ever released, bar none. Every track is a shining example of the genre current at the time of issue.

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