July 2016 sees the introduction of Trojans new genre-themed vinyl album range aimed at satisfying the demands of Jamaican music fans of all persuasions from hardcore collectors to casual buyers.
The national sound of Jamaica throughout the early sixties, the driving dance-friendly sounds of ska dominated the islands music scene until the onset of rock steady late in 1966.
Although it had run its course within a few years, ska was later revived by a plethora of British based bands such as Madness, the Specials and the Selector and has since continued to remain popular around the globe.
This collection brings together 12 of the biggest ska hits from its golden age, featuring some of the greatest exponents of the style and by so doing presents the best single disc vinyl introduction to the style yet to see issue.
- Occupation - The Skatalites & Don Drummond
- Dance Crasher - Alton Ellis & The Flames
- Bonanza Ska - Carlos Malcolm & His Afro-Caribs
- Carry Go Bring Come - Justin Hinds & The Dominoes
- Storm Warning - Lyn Taitt & The Comets
- Get Up Adina - Desmond Dekker & The Four Aces
- I'm in the Mood for Love - Lord Tanamo
- Watermelon Man - Baba Brooks Orchestra
- Housewife's Choice - Patsy Todd & Derrick Morgan
- Honky Tonk Ska - Granville Williams Orchestra
- Renegade - The Zodiacs & The Baba Brooks Band
- Rough & Tough - Stranger Cole