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Don Letts Pts - The Mighty Trojan Sound

CD £7.99

Release Date: 05/05/2003

Discs: 2

Reissue of this 2003 compilation. 

A DJ at the seminal punk hangout The Roxy in London’s West End at the end of the 1970s, Don Letts was a pivotal force in bringing Jamaican reggae into the punk circle. 

Here Letts mines the famed Trojan vaults for a two disc collection that essentially reproduces a night at The Roxy.

It's A Jam In The Street - John Holt
Foreman VsFrazier - Big Youth
Queen Of The World - Lloyd and Claudette
Buck And The Preacher - I-Roy
Here I Am Baby (Come And Take Me) - Al Brown, Skin Flesh & Bones
Boom Shacka Lacka - Hopeton Lewis, The Chosen Few
Man Next Door - Dennis Brown
54-46 Was My Number - The Maytals
None Shall Escape The Judgement - Johnny Clarke
President Mash Up The Resident - Shorty the President
Stealing Stealing - John Holt
Clean Race - Scotty
Mistry Babylon - The Heptones
Rockers (No Crackers) - Glen Washington
Hurt So Good - Susan Cadogan
Burn Babylon - Sylford Walker
Stick By Me - John Holt
Fever - Junior Byles
Cuss Cuss - Lloyd Robinson
Wear You To The Ball - U-Roy, John Holt, The Paragons
Mr Know It All - Gregory Isaacs
Just Say Who - Horace Andy
The Time Has Come - Slim Smith
Man From Carolina - The G.GAll Stars
Doctor No Go - The Hippy Boys
Spanish Harlem - Val Bennett
Soul Scorcher - Carl Bryan
The Liquidator - Winston Wright, Harry J Allstars
Theme From Shaft - The Chosen Few
Fire Corner - Clancy Eccles, King Stitt
Channel One Is A Joker - The Aggrovators
Elizabethan Reggay - Boris Gardiner, The Love People
Collie - Sly & The Revolutionaries, Jah Thomas
Psychedelic Train - Derrick Harriott, The Chosen Few
Return Of Django - The Upsetters
Find A Dub - The Aggrovators
Freedom Dub - The Revolutionaries
I Trim The Barber - King Tubby, The Aggrovators
Phantom - The Dynamites
Double Barrel - Dave Collins, Ansell Collins
Stalag 17 - Scientist
Jamaica Callie (Version) - Linval Thompson
Out Of Order - Ken Boothe