The Techniques With Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Queen Majesty mp3 album
Queen Majesty, Bad Minded People (7"). I have the same one but the label it is yellow instead of green and on the side of queen majesty shows DR 1391 AB and the "A" it is like scratch like if was a little mistake so I'm not sure if it's the same version. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 0 1 For Sale from €2. 0.
Queen Majesty (7", 3-P). One of NATTY Combination's all time favourites.
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The Techniques - Queen Majesty 03:31. Album: Treasure Isle Presents: Rock Steady. The Supersonics, Tommy McCook, Tommy McCook & The Supersonics: best 2 tracks. Don Drummond, Don Drummond, Tommy McCook & The Skatalites, The Skatalites, Tommy McCook - Occupation Treasure Isle Presents: Ska, 2012 03:00. Tommy McCook - Inez Dub the Dancehall: Jamaican Ska, Vol. 2, 2015 03:15. Artist: Tommy McCook Tommy McCook & The Supersonics The Supersonics.
The Techniques - Queen Majesty 2. Tommy McCook And The Supersonics - Soul Serenade 3. The Paragons - Mercy Mercy 4. Phyllis Dillon - Dont Touch Me Tomato 5. The Melodians - You Don’t Need Me 6. Tommy McCook And The Supersonics - Down Bond Street. The Treasure Isle Recording Studio, which is now acknowledged as the leader in producing the hits of Jamaica-and where Rock Steady all happened. Backing all the tracks on this LP is Tommy McCook and the Supersonics, the original Rock Steady Band.
Tommy McCook & The Supersonics has been played on NTS over 20 times, featured on 27 episodes and was first played on 4 May 2013. George Tucker - Guitar Hugh Malcolm - Drums Tommy McCook - Tenor Sax Lester Sterling - Alto Sax Lyn Taitt - Lead Guitar Winston Wright - Organ Ranny "Bop" Williams - Rhythm Guitar Danny Simpson - Trombone. Tommy McCook described the Supersonics as being in existence from 1965 to the early 1970's . The Techniques, Tommy McCook & The Supersonics,Treasure Isle,1967. The Jamaicans, Tommy McCook & The Supersonics Treasure Isle,0.
Tommy McCook (3 March 1927 – 5 May 1998) was a Jamaican saxophonist. A founding member of The Skatalites, he also directed The Supersonics for Duke Reid, and backed many sessions for Bunny Lee or with The Revolutionaries at Channel One Studios in the 1970s. McCook was born in Havana, Cuba, and moved to Jamaica in 1933. He took up the tenor saxophone at the age of eleven, when he was a pupil at the Alpha School, and eventually joined Eric Dean’s Orchestra.
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Written-By – Curtis Mayfield
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- Recorded At – Treasure Isle Recording Studio
- Producer [uncredited] – Arthur "Duke" Reid
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): TIS E - 123
- Matrix / Runout (B): DR - 200 - II
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