BLACK SOUL * PRINCE BUSTER AND THE ALL STARS * FAB 102 * UK
Fast Early Reggae rhythm on a familiar tune, with a heavy and prominent brass input on this late 1960s Prince Buster instrumental. In 1966, during the demise of Blue Beat label - partly due to the name Blue Beat being no longer relevant to the music - Melodisc launched the first series of the Fab label - although except for radio Dee Jays and other media types the word Fab had no cultural cache by then, if it ever had outside of a few hip 'swingers' in Liverpool in the early 1960', anyway certainly not with Reggae fans - none the less despite the naff name the label was successful enough to run for something like three hundred issues lasting up until 1972.
|127 Orange Street|
|The Tickler||7 Wonders Of The World||Haunted Room||Blues Market|
|Call Me Master||Down Beat Burial||Jet 707||Gun The Man Down|
|Captain Burke||One Step Beyond||Vera Cruz||Picket Line|
|Prince Of Peace||The Fugitive||The Hunter||We’re In Love|
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