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Paris DJs Soundsystem presents The Silvertones 1965-1979



Paris DJs Soundsystem presents The Silvertones

Paris DJs is celebrating the imminent release of The Silvertones' new album 'Keep On Rolling', with a 27mn mix of their hits and past recordings, from the Ska years in the 60s (with Duke Reid at Treasure Isle), to the Roots Reggae tunes from the 70s (with Lee Perry at Black Art, or Coxsone Dodd at Studio One). After albums for rubadub deejay The Lone Ranger, or sweet & soulful reggae singer Carlton Livingston, French multi-instrumentalist/sound engineer Grant Phabao keeps on bringing back legends of Jamaican music into the spotlight, so stay connected for this upcoming 15th release on the Paris DJs label! Meanwhile, enjoy this half hour history class of classic Jamaican vibes, extracted from old vinyl 45s, mixed and mastered for your optimized audio pleasure.
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Paris DJs Soundsystem presents The Silvertones
Paris DJs Soundsystem presents The Silvertones 1965-1979
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) 2013-01-24


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Tracklisting :
01. The Silvertones with Lynn Tait & The Boys - It's Real
(from 'Storm Warning' 7 inch, 1966 / Treasure Isle/Doctor Bird) produced by Duke Reid
02. The Silvertones - Rejoice Jah Jah Children
(from 'Rejoice Jah Jah Children' 7 inch, 1976 / Black Ark) produced by Lee Perry
03. Duke Reid & The Silvertones - True Confession
(from 'True Confession' 7 inch, 1965 / Treasure Isle) produced by Duke Reid
04. Muskyteers - Kiddyo
(from 'Kiddy-O' 7 inch, 1969 / Upsetter) produced by Lee Perry
05. The Silvertones - What a Situation
(from 'What A Situation' 7 inch, 1977 / Trojan) produced by Jerry Maytals
06. Muskyteers - Endlessly
(from 'Kiddy-O' 7 inch, 1969 / Upsetter) produced by Lee Perry
07. The Silvertones with Tommy McCook - In The Midnight Hour
(from 'In The Midnight Hour' 7 inch, 1968 / Treasure Isle) produced by Duke Reid
08. The Silvertones - Smile
(from 'Smile' 7 inch, 1979 / Studio One) produced by Coxsone S. Dodd
09. The Silvertones - Financial Crisis
(from 'Financial Crisis' 7 inch, 1974 / Orchid) produced by Lee Perry
10. The Silvertones - He Don't Love You
(from 'He Don't Love You' 7 inch, 1968 / Upset) produced by Lee Perry
Total time : 27mn 05s

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Credits :
Selection by Djouls from the Paris DJs Soundsystem (parisdjs.com)
Mix and audio mastering by Grant Phabao (grantphabao.com)
Artwork inspired from The Silvertones' album 'Silver Bullet' (Trojan, 1973)

Links :
The Silvertones : discogs | facebook | juno | myspace | wikipedia
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