Various - Skinhead Hits The Town 1968-1969 LP

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The Skinhead sound grew from the music that was coming out of Jamaica around 1968 to 1971 and was adopted by the British Youth. The music seemed tailor made for their sharp look and natty dress style, a style that was also heavily influenced by the Jamaican Rude Boy look.
The skinhead movement started around 1968 and by the following year of 1969 became the style and fashion of the British teenagers. The uniform of the skinheads consisted of boots, braces and jeans and the upbeat reggae sounds seemed to match the style perfectly. The tempo of the music was picking up after the 1966-1968 Rocksteady period, which saw the earlier Ska sound slowed down. The sound system dances needed a slower beat to swing the night away to, some say to cater for the extreme heatwave that hit Jamaica around that time. But that period had passed and the evolution of the Reggae beat had again found a new pulse to hang its songs by. A more up tempo beat that all Jamaicans, British youths and various pockets of people around the world could groove the nights away to.
Format & package: LP
Record label: Kingston Sounds
Year of release: 2018 (compilation)
A1 Derrick Morgan & Owen Gray - Copy Cats
A2 The Versatiles - Children Get Ready
A3 Derrick And Patsy - Hey Boy - Hey Girl
A4 Bunny Lee Allstars - Scarface
A5 Stranger Cole & Lester Sterling - Bangarang
A6 Ronald Russell - Rhythm Hips
A7 Derrick Morgan - River To The Bank
B1 Lloyd Robinson - The Worm
B2 Freddie McGregor - Drink And Gamble
B3 Stranger Cole & Tommy McCook - Last Flight To Reggae City
B4 The Hi-Tones - Push Push
B5 Eric Barnet - The Horse
B6 Devon Russel & The Tartans - Lets Have Some Fun
B7 Max Romeo - Buy Me A Rainbow

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Weight 0,4 Kg
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