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Harry J. All Stars / Glen And Dave - Liquidator / La La Always Stay album flac

Harry J. All Stars / Glen And Dave - Liquidator / La La Always Stay album flac Performer: Harry J. All Stars
Title: Liquidator / La La Always Stay
Style: Reggae
Released: 1969
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1306 mb
FLAC album: 1841 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Reggae

Companies, etc. Published By – B&C Music. Pressed By – Orlake Records. Composed By – H. Johnson. Producer – Harry J. Notes. Issued on a textured green Harry J label with silver text and four-pronged centre. I have two copies, different versions. The first matches exactly with the version described as (7", 4P), Harry J Records, release code r3507096. The stamped matrix number is TMX+134, as per release profile. It has a green label as per the accompanying image. The song is an instrumental solo featuring an organ melody with rhythm accompaniment. On this copy, the organ tone is significantly distorted by severe intermittency.

La La Always Stay - Glen and Dave". The track is played by Chelsea before home games, whilst fans clap the players on to the pitch. It was stopped at Wolves and West Brom at the request of West Midlands Police as it promoted hooliganism, although it was played by West Bromwich Albion in their match against Cardiff City towards the end of the 2013–14 season, at the start References.

Companies, etc. Published By – B&C Music Pressed By – Phonodisc Ltd. Lacquer Cut At – Phonodisc Ltd.

Liquidator" arrived in 1969 on a bass line borrowed from the Staple Singers, sharp-edged reggae guitar, a compulsive rhythm that quickened one's blood, and a circling organ herded the crowds onto the dancefloor. A huge hit in Jamaica, it also soared into the British Top 10. Invariably, producer Harry Johnson bundled it and another 11 recent instrumentals onto a full-length album, titled after "Liquidator" of course

Glen and Dave - Wake Up To Reality, Jo Jo Bennett - Musical Pressure. These glorious rocksteady crackers from Glen & Dave and Jo Jo Bennett will cheer up anyone and that, folks, is a money back guarantee right there. Brass, guitar and organ drive both Wake Up To Reality and Bennett’s instrumental, Musical Pressure. A little slice of Jamaica, essential.

Tracklist

A Harry J. All Stars Liquidator
B Glen And Dave La La Always Stay

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – B&C Music
  • Pressed By – Orlake Records

Credits

  • Composed By – H. Johnson*
  • Producer – Harry J.*

Notes

Issued on a textured green Harry J label with silver text and four-pronged centre.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): TMX-314
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): TMX-336
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A, stamped): TMX+314
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B, stamped): TMX+336

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TR 675 Harry J. All Stars Liquidator ‎(7", Single, 3 P) Harry J Records TR 675 UK 1969
TR 675 Harry J. All Stars / Glen And Dave Harry J. All Stars / Glen And Dave - Liquidator / La La Always Stay ‎(7", 3-P) Harry J Records TR 675 UK 1969
TJG7001 Harry J. All Stars / Glen And Dave Harry J. All Stars / Glen And Dave - Liquidator / La La Always Stay ‎(7", RE, RP) Trojan Records TJG7001 UK 2002
TR 675 Harry J. All Stars / Glen And Dave Harry J. All Stars / Glen And Dave - Liquidator / La La Always Stay ‎(7", Single, W/Lbl, 3 P) Not On Label TR 675 UK 1969
TR 675 Harry J. All Stars Liquidator ‎(7", Single, 3 P) Harry J Records TR 675 UK 1969


Comments: (1)
Invissibale
This comment applies only to the A side of "Liquidator" by Harry J. All Stars.I have two copies, different versions. The first matches exactly with the version described as (7", 4P), Harry J Records, release code r3507096. The stamped matrix number is TMX+134, as per release profile. It has a green label as per the accompanying image. The song is an instrumental solo featuring an organ melody with rhythm accompaniment. On this copy, the organ tone is significantly distorted by severe intermittency. On initial examination with a simple magnifier, distinctive circular patterning bands can be seen. Closer examination shows that these are caused by the inner/outer groove touching, suggesting that the signal to the cutting stylus was excessive. I propose that this is the source of the distortion.My second copy most closely aligns with the version described as (7", 45 RPM, Single, Large Centre), Harry J. Records, release code R536523. It has a white label as per the profile and image. The stamped matrix number is TR 675 A//1 4, which differs from that cited in the profile (TR675 A// 1115). On this copy the organ tone is clear throughout. On examination, there are no patterning bands, and the inner/outer groove is clearly separated across the whole record.From these observations I suggest that:(1) On my first copy, version r3507096, the bass rhythm in the cutting mix is of excessive volume, causing adjacent grooves to interfere and distort the organ tone.(2) On my second copy, version resembling r536523, the signal of the cutting mix has been reduced in volume, thus eliminating the distortion.(3) Possibly, then, there are two generic versions, distinguished by the use of matrix stamps TMX+314 and TR675 (etc). This would require further information to confirm.