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Tommy McCook & The Skatalites 'Latin Goes Ska' (Jet Set Records) / 44430

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Producer: Duke Reid
Project co-ordinator – Patrick Ungur
Packaging Yves Loffredo (Hot Shot Club)

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Tommy McCook & The Skatalites 'Latin Goes Ska' (Jet Set Records) / 44430

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A1. The Skatalites - The Latin Goes Ska
A2. Clive & Naomi - Open The Door
A3. Justin Hinds / Baba Brooks & Drumbago - Jordan River
A4. The Dreamlets / The Skatalites - Really Now
A6. Roland Alphonso - Yard Broom
A7. The Skatalites - Street Corner
A8. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - King Samuel
A9. Clive & Naomi - You Are Mine
A10. Roland Alphonso - You Can Depend On Me
A11. Duke Reid / Baba Brooks & Drumbago - Night Food
A12. Dotty & Bunny / The Skatalites - Foul Play
A13. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Carry Go Bring Come
A14. Baba Brooks - River Bank
A15. Baba Brooks - Musical Communion
A16. Roland Alphonso - Feeling Fine
A17. Eric Monty Morris* / Baba Brooks - Strong Man Sampson
A18. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Over The River
A19. Owen & Leon Silvera - Next Door Neighbour
A20. Stranger & Patsy - When I Call Your Name
A21. Stranger & Patsy - Hey Hey Baby
A22. Joe White - Hog In A Cocoa
A23. The Skatalites - Musical Store Room
A24. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Corner Stone

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Phonographic Copyright (p) – Culture Press Copyright (c) – Culture Press Distributed By – Mélodie Distribution Recorded At – Treasure Isle Recording Studio Alto Saxophone – Lester Sterling Backing Band – Skatalites, The Coordinator [Project Co-ordinator] – Patrick Ungur Design [Packaging] – Yves Loffredo (Hot Shot Club)* Double Bass – Lloyd Brevett Drums – Lloyd Knibb* Guitar – Harold McKenzie, Jerome Haines* Leader, Tenor Saxophone – Tommy McCook Liner Notes – Mike Atherton Piano, Organ – Jackie Mittoo Producer – Duke Reid* Tenor Saxophone – Roland Alphonso Trombone – Don Drummond Trumpet – Johnny Moore, Rupert Dillon*

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