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Various - Battle Of The D.J.s - Dance Hall Style album flac

Various - Battle Of The D.J.s - Dance Hall Style album flac Performer: Various
Title: Battle Of The D.J.s - Dance Hall Style
Style: Roots Reggae, Dancehall
Released: 1982
Country: Jamaica
MP3 album: 1612 mb
FLAC album: 1307 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: MOD WAV MP1 AUD AIFF DXD DMF
Genre: Reggae

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jim Brown Jam It Up Tight
A2 Jim Brown On Mi Mind
A3 Lone Ranger Dance A Fi Cork
A4 Prince Jazzbo Imperial I
A5 Jah Jesco & Jucey Bravo West Gone Black
B1 King Stitt Inna It
Vocals [Uncredited] – Jim Brown , Prince Jazzbo
B2 Dillinger Jamaica Collie
B3 Prince Jazzbo & Jim Brown Kechi Shubi
B4 King Stitt Play It Cool
B5 Prince Garthe* Moody Groove

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Jamaica Recording Mfg. Co. Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Jamaica Recording Studio

Credits

  • Artwork – Jamaal Pete
  • Engineer – C.S. Dodd*
  • Producer – C.S. Dodd*

Notes

Simulation of a live dance hall session done at studio.
The album features voices and interjections by several reggae artists, but track B1 has two uncredited main performers.
Mislabeled both sides this shows the center-labels of The Wailing Wailers* - The Wailing Wailers.
Category on spine is SO LP-1001.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SOLP 1001 A
  • Matrix / Runout: SOLP 1001 B-RE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SO LP 1001 Various Battle Of The D.J.s, Dance Hall Style ‎(LP, Album, MP, 1st) Coxsone Records SO LP 1001 Jamaica 1982
SOLP 1001 Various Dance Hall Style ‎(LP, Comp) Coxsone Records SOLP 1001 Jamaica Unknown
SO LP 1001 Various Battle Of The D.J.s, Dance Hall Style ‎(LP, Album, 2nd) Coxsone Records SO LP 1001 Jamaica 1982


Comments: (1)
Golden Lama
Listening to it for years and years and years ... this is still one of my fav albums ... full of great riddims ... great performances by top artists ... and it offers a special feel ... no matter that this is a "fake live session" ... it's authentic ... Beautiful vintage reggae from Studio First ... firs is firs an' secon is nuttin.