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Riddim Yard: Friday, 8 June 2018

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

*All tracks performed or produced by Chinese Jamaicans*

The Wailers - Soul Shakedown Party (Leslie Kong)

Bob Marley - Judge Not (Leslie Kong)

John Holt - I Cried A Tear (Leslie Kong)

Desmond Dekker - Fu Man Chu (Leslie Kong)

Melodians - Rivers of Babylon (Leslie Kong)

Toots & The Maytals - 54-46 Was My Number (Leslie Kong)

Max Romeo - If Them Ever (Clive Chin)

Errol Dunkley - Created By The Father (Clive Chin)

The Gladiators - The Race (Clive Chin)

Dennis Brown - Cheater (Clive Chin)

Tommy McCook - Harvest in the East (Clive Chin)

Augustus Pablo - Marabi (Clive Chin)

Carl Malcolm - No Jestering (Vincent ‘Randy’ Chin)

Big Youth - Knotty No Jester (Vincent ‘Randy’ Chin)

The Skatalites - Malcom X (Vincent ‘Randy’ Chin)

Don Drummond - Machine Shop (Vincent ‘Randy’ Chin)

Lord Creator - Independent Jamaica (Vincent ‘Randy’ Chin)

Stephen Chang - Always Together

Dennis Brown - At the Foot of the Mountain (Eddie Wong)

Jahtari ft Chacha - Media Control

Ernest Wilson - I know Myself (Joseph Hookim)

The Wailing Souls - Jah Give Us Life (Joseph Hookim)

The Mighty Diamonds - One brother short (Joseph Hookim)

The Jays - Queen Majesty + DJ Cut Ranking Trevor (Joseph Hookim)

Junior Byles - Fade Away (Joseph Hookim)

Blues Busters Byron Lee and the Dragonaires - Soon You'll Be Gone

Byron Lee and the Dragonaires - Musical Pressure

Byron Lee and the Dragonairs - Frankenstein

Toots and the Maytals - Louie Louie (Warwick Lyn)

Dennis Brown - The Songs my Mother Used To Sing (Herman Chin-Loy)

East Of The River Nile - Herman Augustus Pablo (Herman Chin-Loy)

Hortense Ellis - Woman Of The Ghetto (Clive Chin 1972)

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