Slim Smith / Peter Austin & Hortense Ellis - Hip Hug / I Want Money mp3 album
Hip Hug. B. –Freedom Singers. Producer – Coxson Dodd. Slim Smith, Peter Austin & Hortense Lewis. Slim Smith, Peter Austin & Hortense Lewis - Hip Hug, I Want Money (7", W/Lbl).
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Slim Smith (born Keith Smith; 1948 in Kingston, Jamaica – 1973) was a ska, rocksteady and reggae singer. In their book Reggae: The Rough Guide (1997), Steve Barrow and Peter Dalton described Smith as "the greatest vocalist to emerge in the rocksteady era". Smith first came to prominence as a member of the Victors Youth Band, who were highly praised at the 1964 Jamaican Festival. His hits from this period include "The New Boss", "Hip Hug" and "Rougher Yet", many of which were later compiled for the album Born To Love. In 1967 he formed a new version of The Uniques, and commenced his association with producer Bunny Lee. They topped the Jamaican hit parade with "Let Me Go Girl", but after recording one album, Absolutely The Uniques, Smith left the group, staying with Lee to concentrate on a solo career.
Both tracks are included on their album Hip Hug-Her, released in the same year. In the spring of 1967, they joined a group of Stax artists billed as the "Stax/Volt Revue" on a European tour, in which they performed in their own right and backed the other acts. Part of the album was recorded at The Record Plant in New York City, not the Stax Studio, because Jones did not want to record there and instead opted for a different sound, hence the change of studios and cities between MG's gigs. Like Jones, Cropper had also become unhappy with business affairs at Stax and soon left to open his own studio in Memphis. However, the rhythm section of Dunn and Jackson remained on at Stax and did session and production work.
|A||–Slim Smith||Hip Hug|
|B||–Peter Austin & Hortense Ellis||I Want Money|
- Manufactured By – Jamaica Recording Studio
- Producer [Uncredited] – Coxson Dodd*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Hand Etched): WIRL CS 3078-1
- Matrix / Runout (Hand Etched): DIR CS 2002-A 1H
|CS 7016||Slim Smith / Freedom Singers*||Slim Smith / Freedom Singers* - Hip Hug / I Want Money (7")||Coxsone Records||CS 7016||UK||1967|
|CS 7016||Slim Smith / Freedom Singers*||Slim Smith / Freedom Singers* - Hip Hug / I Want Money (7", 4 P)||Coxsone Records||CS 7016||UK||1967|