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Roland Alphonso / Tommy McCook & The New Establishment - Drums Of Fue Man Tru / Blues For I album flac

  • Performer: Roland Alphonso
  • Album: Drums Of Fue Man Tru / Blues For I
  • FLAC: 1987 mb | MP3: 1260 mb
  • Released: 2016
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Roland Alphonso / Tommy McCook & The New Establishment - Drums Of Fue Man Tru / Blues For I album flac

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A Roland Alphonso Drums Of Fue Man Tru
Written-By – Roland Alphonso
B Tommy McCook & The New Establishment Blues For I
Written-By – Clement Dodd*

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded By – Jamaica Recording Studio
  • Published By – Jamrec Music

Credits

  • Producer – C.S. Dodd*


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Drums Of Fue Man Tru. Written-By – Roland Alphonso. B. –Tommy McCook & The New Establishment.

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It certainly sounds good, though, in respect to both McCook's playing and the infectious ska groove of his band, which included luminaries in their own right like saxophonist Roland Alphonso, pianist Jackie Mittoo, and trombonist Don Drummond

Tommy McCook, the Jamaican tenor saxophone player, was one of the founder members of the Skatalites. In rhythm 'n' blues, it was the same drop but ska was a little faster, with the guitar playing a different thing and the piano keeping the music lively. It was a good vibe and the singers used to show their appreciation of the beat, so we used to fire hard on that beat. The Skatalites never recovered from that blow and broke up. Tommy McCook formed the Supersonics and carried on a busy session schedule with the legendary guitarist Ernest Ranglin. They backed up Alton Ellis, the Paragons (whose "Tide is High" was later revived by Blondie) and released many instrumental versions of the tracks they appeared on.

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Tommy McCook - Scatterlight Rock One of the rarest, and greatest, horn instrumental dub albums of the seventies featuring the soaring saxophone of Tommy McCook in combination with Glen Brown, ‘The Rhythm Master’, is finally given a legitimate release. The original title for this long playing release was initially advertised on the label of the seven inch release of ‘Determination Skank’ as ‘The Sannic Sounds Tommy McCook’, however the album was released in Kingston in 1974 in very limited quantities on a white label in a plain recycled cover rubber-stamped ‘Tommy McCook Dub’. Three years later the set was released through Grounation in London, once again on a white label and without a cover, where it was known as ‘Horny Dub’.

Roland Alphonso OD or Rolando Alphonso . The Chief Musician" (12 January 1931 – 20 November 1998) was a Jamaican tenor saxophonist, and one of the founding members of the Skatalites.

The leader of the legendary Skatalites, tenor saxophonist Tommy McCook was among the most innovative and influential Jamaican musicians of his generation, a prime catalyst behind the evolution and international popularity of ska and reggae. Born in 1932, McCook learned to play sax while attending K. .The leader of the legendary Skatalites, tenor saxophonist Tommy McCook was among the most innovative and influential Jamaican musicians of his generation, a prime catalyst behind the evolution and international popularity of ska and reggae. Born in 1932, McCook learned to play sax while attending Kingston's Alpha Cottage School, an institution for wayward boys; upon exiting the school at the age of 14, he toured with the dance bands of Eric Deans and Roy Coburn, emerging as a highly skilled jazz player.

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