STUDIO ONE STORY - 2X12 LP + 4HR DVD (NTSC) & BOOKLET
Soul Jazz Records / sjrlpdvd68n
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1. don drummond - man in the street
2. michigan and smiley - nice up the dance
3. the abyssinians - declaration of rights
4. tommy mccook - tunnel one
5. the skatalites - guns of navaronne
6. dub specialist - banana walk
7. dennis alcapone - run run
8. alton ellis - i m still in love with you
9. brentford all stars - throw me corn
10. larry marshall - nanny goat
11. the heptones - baby
12. sugar minott - jah jah chicken
13. theo beckford - easy snapping
14. lone ranger - love bump
15. delroy wilson - dancing mood
16. jackie mitto - freak out
Studio One Story is both a staggering slice of musical history and a definitive guide to Studio One, Jamaicas greatest ever record company, and its legendary founder, Clement Coxsone Dodd. >Studio One Story< was filmed in 2002, two years before the death of the legendary Clement Sir Coxsone Dodd, a man famously reticent of being interviewed - until the making of this film.
Includes the NTSC-DVD (America, Japan, etc.).
Described by Chris Blackwell as the Motown of Jamaica, or ‘The University of Reggae’, Studio One is where the careers of literally hundreds of reggae artists began: Bob Marley and the Wailers, Alton Ellis, The Heptones, Ken Boothe, The Skatalites, Burning Spear and Sugar Minott, to name but a few! Studio One is the ‘foundation’ label of Jamaican Reggae and Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd is seen by many as its father.
One and a half years in the making, Studio One Story is a truly unique documentary in which the late Clement Dodd gave unprecedented personal access to tell the previously untold story of how he and the many artists and musicians at Studio One literally shaped the rise of Reggae music from the 1950s onwards through to the late 1970s.
This is the true story of reggae music and its Jamaican roots told from the inside: From the rise of Kington’s sound systems in the 1940s and 1950s, through to the evolution of a Jamaican music industry (and Studio One’s dominance) in the 1960s and the worldwide success of reggae in the 1970s.
The 4 hour documentary (including over an hour of extras) was filmed on location in Kingston, Jamaica and features interviews with Horace Andy, Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe, Sugar Minott, Denis Alcapone, The Ethiopians, Sylvan Morris, Johnny Moore, Lone Ranger, King Stitt and many others. The DVD also includes rare footage of The Skatalites, Jackie Mittoo, Count Ossie, Marcia Griffiths and others.
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