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Soul Jazz Records’ new 18th anniversary one-off limited-edition heavyweight special-edition red and cyan-coloured vinyl pressing) exclusively for Record Store Day 2024 of their long out of print classic release Studio One Rude Boy. This album is fully remastered and relicensed for RSD 24!
From the early days of Bob Marley and The Wailers (whose striking sharp-suited Rude Boy style appears on the front cover) through to the classic 1970s Jamaican films The Harder They Come and Rockers, Rude Boys have been synonymous with Jamaican Reggae culture.
This Jamaican Rude Boy anti-establishment attitude and stylish attire was later adopted by bands such as The Clash (in the film Rude Boy) as well as The Specials, Madness, Selector and others in the Two-Tone era that swept across the UK at the end of the 1970s.
The album features classic tracks from Studio One featuring Jamaica’s finest singers and groups such as The Wailers, John Holt, the Wailing Souls and Dennis Brown alongside super-rare hard-to-find tracks from artists such as Mr Foundation, Dudley Sibley and Jim Brown.
Driving Ska and Rocksteady rhythms, classic singers, killer horn lines, great Rude Boy themed-songs, all recorded under Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s supervision at the legendary Studio One.
With musical backing comes from the legendary in-house bands – The Skatalites, The Sound Dimension, Soul Vendors and Soul Defenders – this is rightly one of the most in-demand Studio One releases that Soul Jazz Records have ever released.

Tracklist
A1. Jackie Opel – You're Too Bad
A2. Johnny Osbourne – Murderer
A3. John Holt – Hooligan
A4. Keith McCarthy – Everybody Rude Now
B1. Owen Gray – Ballistic Affair
B2. Roy Richards – Get Smart
B3. Dillinger – Stop The War
B4. Jim Brown – Love In The Dance
C1. Desmond Baker And The Clarendonians – Rude Boy Gone A Jail
C2. The Wailers – Good Good Rudie
C3. Dennis Brown – Make It Easy On Yourself
C4. Wailing Souls – Don't Fight It
C5. Dub Specialist – Peace Theme
D1. Mr Foundation – See Them A Come
D2. Dudley Sibley – Run Boy Run
D3. Dennis Brown – Johnny Too Bad
D4. Bob Andy – Crime Don't Pay
D5. Soul Brothers – Mr Kiss A Bang Bang

Soul Jazz Records’ new 18th anniversary one-off limited-edition heavyweight special-edition red and cyan-coloured vinyl pressing) exclusively for Record Store Day 2024 of their long out of print classic release Studio One Rude Boy. This album is fully remastered and relicensed for RSD 24!
From the early days of Bob Marley and The Wailers (whose striking sharp-suited Rude Boy style appears on the front cover) through to the classic 1970s Jamaican films The Harder They Come and Rockers, Rude Boys have been synonymous with Jamaican Reggae culture.
This Jamaican Rude Boy anti-establishment attitude and stylish attire was later adopted by bands such as The Clash (in the film Rude Boy) as well as The Specials, Madness, Selector and others in the Two-Tone era that swept across the UK at the end of the 1970s.
The album features classic tracks from Studio One featuring Jamaica’s finest singers and groups such as The Wailers, John Holt, the Wailing Souls and Dennis Brown alongside super-rare hard-to-find tracks from artists such as Mr Foundation, Dudley Sibley and Jim Brown.
Driving Ska and Rocksteady rhythms, classic singers, killer horn lines, great Rude Boy themed-songs, all recorded under Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s supervision at the legendary Studio One.
With musical backing comes from the legendary in-house bands – The Skatalites, The Sound Dimension, Soul Vendors and Soul Defenders – this is rightly one of the most in-demand Studio One releases that Soul Jazz Records have ever released.

Tracklist
A1. Jackie Opel – You're Too Bad
A2. Johnny Osbourne – Murderer
A3. John Holt – Hooligan
A4. Keith McCarthy – Everybody Rude Now
B1. Owen Gray – Ballistic Affair
B2. Roy Richards – Get Smart
B3. Dillinger – Stop The War
B4. Jim Brown – Love In The Dance
C1. Desmond Baker And The Clarendonians – Rude Boy Gone A Jail
C2. The Wailers – Good Good Rudie
C3. Dennis Brown – Make It Easy On Yourself
C4. Wailing Souls – Don't Fight It
C5. Dub Specialist – Peace Theme
D1. Mr Foundation – See Them A Come
D2. Dudley Sibley – Run Boy Run
D3. Dennis Brown – Johnny Too Bad
D4. Bob Andy – Crime Don't Pay
D5. Soul Brothers – Mr Kiss A Bang Bang

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Soul Jazz Records Presents - Studio One Rude Boy [Colored Vinyl] (Cyn) (Red) [Record Store Day]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SOUL JAZZ
Rel. Date: 04/20/2024
UPC: 5026328701486

Studio One Rude Boy [Colored Vinyl] (Cyn) (Red) [Record Store Day]
Artist: Soul Jazz Records Presents
Format: Vinyl
New: All items ship directly from our warehouse. To buy in-person, please call the store at (603) 644-0199 for availability. $44.98
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Soul Jazz Records’ new 18th anniversary one-off limited-edition heavyweight special-edition red and cyan-coloured vinyl pressing) exclusively for Record Store Day 2024 of their long out of print classic release Studio One Rude Boy. This album is fully remastered and relicensed for RSD 24!
From the early days of Bob Marley and The Wailers (whose striking sharp-suited Rude Boy style appears on the front cover) through to the classic 1970s Jamaican films The Harder They Come and Rockers, Rude Boys have been synonymous with Jamaican Reggae culture.
This Jamaican Rude Boy anti-establishment attitude and stylish attire was later adopted by bands such as The Clash (in the film Rude Boy) as well as The Specials, Madness, Selector and others in the Two-Tone era that swept across the UK at the end of the 1970s.
The album features classic tracks from Studio One featuring Jamaica’s finest singers and groups such as The Wailers, John Holt, the Wailing Souls and Dennis Brown alongside super-rare hard-to-find tracks from artists such as Mr Foundation, Dudley Sibley and Jim Brown.
Driving Ska and Rocksteady rhythms, classic singers, killer horn lines, great Rude Boy themed-songs, all recorded under Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s supervision at the legendary Studio One.
With musical backing comes from the legendary in-house bands – The Skatalites, The Sound Dimension, Soul Vendors and Soul Defenders – this is rightly one of the most in-demand Studio One releases that Soul Jazz Records have ever released.

Tracklist
A1. Jackie Opel – You're Too Bad
A2. Johnny Osbourne – Murderer
A3. John Holt – Hooligan
A4. Keith McCarthy – Everybody Rude Now
B1. Owen Gray – Ballistic Affair
B2. Roy Richards – Get Smart
B3. Dillinger – Stop The War
B4. Jim Brown – Love In The Dance
C1. Desmond Baker And The Clarendonians – Rude Boy Gone A Jail
C2. The Wailers – Good Good Rudie
C3. Dennis Brown – Make It Easy On Yourself
C4. Wailing Souls – Don't Fight It
C5. Dub Specialist – Peace Theme
D1. Mr Foundation – See Them A Come
D2. Dudley Sibley – Run Boy Run
D3. Dennis Brown – Johnny Too Bad
D4. Bob Andy – Crime Don't Pay
D5. Soul Brothers – Mr Kiss A Bang Bang

        
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