Soul Jazz Records
Various - Studio One Sound (CD, Comp) - NEW
Format: CD, Compilation
 Hip Hug
 Good People
 Keep On Moving
 Trouble Maker
 Call To Me
 All I Have Is Love
 I Second That Emotion
 Run Come
 Give Give Love
 Double Minded Man
 The Lord Is With Me
 Happy Feelings
 Live Up Your Name
 I Am A Fool
 Happy Valley
 There's A Fire
 Rolando Special
 Homeward Bound
Track 18 is not mentionned on back cover, but appears in booklet and in the tracklist under the disc.
This compilation: ℗2012 by Jamaica Recording and Publishing Studio Limited, t/a Studio One under exclusive licence to Soul Jazz Records.
© Soul Jazz Records 2012
C&P Soul Jazz Records (on disc)
Track 1: 1967, also known as "Hip Hug Girl", originally released on thrare Uptown label in Jamaica and on the Coxsone label in the UK.
Track 2: 1979, only Studio One production to be released by the group
Track 3: 1970, also known as "Moving In And Out", recorded over a Jackie Mittoo instrumental titled "Totally Together", originally released on a Studio One label in Jamaica, and on the Banana label in the UK.
Track 4: c.1971, originally included on "Soul & Power" album (1983).
Track 5: 1966, originally issued in Jamaica on a Studio One blank label, in the UK on Island (with title given as "Come To Me") and Coxsone (wrongly credited to Marcia Griffiths).
Track 6: 1969
Track 7: 1968, a cover of Smokey Robinson, originally released in Jamaica on a Studio One label, and on the Coxsone label in the UK.
Track 8: 1971, originally released on a Studio One label in Jamaica, foundation rhythm for Johnny Osbourne's "Eternal Peace" (from the "Truths and Rights" LP).
Track 9: 1971, originally released on the "Freedom Line" LP (rhythm would later be used as the basis for Sugar Minott's Give A Hand")
Track 10: 1977
Track 11: 1964, originally issued on a Rolando & Powie label in Jamaica, on Ska Beat in the UK.
Track 12: c.1972, originally released on the "Ital Sounds & System Dub" LP.
Track 13: 1972, originally released in Jamaica on the Bongo Man label.
Track 14: 1966, originally issued in Jamaica on the Supreme label.
Track 15: c.1973, released in Jamaica on a Studio One label, instrument version of the "He Prayed" rhythm originally recorded by Burning Spear.
Track 16: c.1970, originally included on the "Reggaematic Sounds" LP (released on the Bamboo label in the UK in 1970) credited to the Freedom Singers.
Track 17: 1967, originally released on later pressings of the "Soul Vendors On Tour" LP wrongly listed as "Just A Bit O' Soul".
Track 18: 1979, released as a single in Jamaica on a Studio One label.