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Supersonics - Red Ash / Blue Bird - Treasure Isle 2417

Supersonics

Red Ash / Blue Bird

Treasure Isle : 2417 (45s)

Different press to Treasure Isle matrix TT 0010 deadwax. This oddity has the 2417 matrix carrying "Blue Bird" on the flipside instead of "Hash"

Lead side is a strong "Skinhead" dance groove, blending potent percussion and wailing horns, peppered with ring the wailing before a wild keyboard break, cemented by a a skilled Trumpet intervention. A standout instrumental, full of all the right ingredients. Sultry Saxophone whines,

Flipside goes "vocal" but retains the urgent dance rhythms, wailing horns, whilst the sparse lyrics "Blue Birds Over" make an occasional appearance. A killer Tommy McCork keyboard break, again cemented by a skilled Trumpet intervention.

Two strong sides, the rare alternative #2417 matrix press

Condition Report

clean vinyl with just a few light hairlines revealed under direct light, light visual "misting" to the surface. Flipside vinyl is similar. label has light writing correcting the titles. (see scans)

clean vinyl with just a few light hairlines revealed under direct light, light visual "misting" to the surface. Flipside vinyl is similar. label has light writing correcting the titles. (see scans)

Jackie Mittoo c/w Trevor Clarke - Hi Jack / Sufferation - Studio 1 SO 3085

Jackie Mittoo c/w Trevor Clarke

Hi Jack / Sufferation

Studio 1 : SO 3085 (45s)

Hear former "Skatalite"Jackie Mitto backed by his reliable Sound Dimensions, giving up a demonstration of his fluid keyboard abilities, with a strong dance instrumental, peppered with the occasional well-timed chants of "HI-JACK!" Pure Skinhead Reggae dancer, perfect for the golden-year of 1969.

Flip it over, for a 100% Trevor Clarke session , as he writes and arranges a vocal session with some background assistance from an uncredited group. For the year 1969 this is quite a lengthy session, fully 3.22 seconds of smooth vocals resounding off each other; as they ride the rhythms of dance, horn breaks, pulsating keyboard work become the perfect base for all this vocal activity. Good tune!

Two strong sides, one elusive disc.





Condition Report

Multiple light surface marks on botrh sides. A-side "Hi Jack" plays much better than the flip. Listen to the double soundfile lifted from this disc. Both labels have a red tinge on the white, but no writing, tears, stickers or h20 flake. See scans

Multiple light surface marks on botrh sides. A-side "Hi Jack" plays much better than the flip. Listen to the double soundfile lifted from this disc. Both labels have a red tinge on the white, but no writing, tears, stickers or h20 flake. See scans

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