In the early sixties, they, George 'Clive' Murphy and Maurice 'Prof.' Johnson, were first known as the Tennor Twins, then after being joined by Norman Davis they were henceforth known as the Tennors. There first record Pressure And Slide was for Coxsone and became the biggest hit in Jamaica for the year 1967. They had a massive hit in the UK on the all orange Trojan label with Ride Yu Donkey released in Jamaica on their own Tennors label. The hits kept coming in Jamaica like in 1969 Another Scorcher written an produced by Clive Murphy, who wrote and produced much of their material.
The stamp on this record reads 'The West Indian Students Center Collingham Gardens SW5', the more common stamps found on Reggae records are the name of a retailer, a Sound System, or in the case of an import 'blank' it would be the producer.
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