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Ken Boothe / The Skatalites - Moving Away / Street Of Gold FLAC album

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Ken Boothe Moving Away
Skatalites* Street Of Gold

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Ken Boothe / The Skatalites Ken Boothe / The Skatalites - Moving Away / Street Of Gold ‎(7", RP) Studio One none Jamaica Unknown
CS 1080-1 Ken Boothe / The Skatalites Ken Boothe / The Skatalites - Moving Away / Street Of Gold ‎(7", Single, RE) Studio One CS 1080-1 Jamaica Unknown
none Ken Boothe Moving Away ‎(7", RE) Studio One none US Unknown


Ken Boothe / The Skatalites - Moving Away / Street Of Gold FLAC album

Musician performer: Ken Boothe

Title: Moving Away / Street Of Gold

Country: Jamaica

Style: Reggae, Ska

Genre: Reggae

Size FLAC: 1676 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 407

Other Formats: FLAC AU MMF MPC XM WMA VOX

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Cildorais
A major rock steady classic from the great man. One of the best rhythms out of Studio One, the Soul Vendors on top form.
Cildorais
A major rock steady classic from the great man. One of the best rhythms out of Studio One, the Soul Vendors on top form.
Lilegha
some of these 7"s are definitely mislabeled on the B-side as "Moving Away" (Version) by Ken & The Soul Vendors - something to watch for if you want the "Moving Away" version that was re-released in the mid-70's, and not "Streets Of Gold". i have a mislabeled copy like that, it's not uncommon with later Studio One represses that have the NYC address. verify if you can before you buy - no matter how the record is labeled, B side matrix for "Streets Of Gold" will be WIRL CS-1080i, this is likely an old stamper from the days when WIRL was still in existence (became Dynamic Studios in 1969). the "Moving Away" version will be some other matrix #.like so many Studio One classics, "Moving Away" has been re-pressed many times in the 70's, 80's, 90's and beyond.... probably on different sub-labels too. quality of certain batches of re-presses over the years can be highly variable due to using old worn stampers, quality of vinyl for pressing, etc. on the original 1968 release, the B side is Ken Boothe's "Tomorrow". the 70's press and later 70's and 80's re-presses had a "version" on the B side, and the "Streets Of Gold" B-side is the most recent iteration of the single.
Lilegha
some of these 7"s are definitely mislabeled on the B-side as "Moving Away" (Version) by Ken & The Soul Vendors - something to watch for if you want the "Moving Away" version that was re-released in the mid-70's, and not "Streets Of Gold". i have a mislabeled copy like that, it's not uncommon with later Studio One represses that have the NYC address. verify if you can before you buy - no matter how the record is labeled, B side matrix for "Streets Of Gold" will be WIRL CS-1080i, this is likely an old stamper from the days when WIRL was still in existence (became Dynamic Studios in 1969). the "Moving Away" version will be some other matrix #.like so many Studio One classics, "Moving Away" has been re-pressed many times in the 70's, 80's, 90's and beyond.... probably on different sub-labels too. quality of certain batches of re-presses over the years can be highly variable due to using old worn stampers, quality of vinyl for pressing, etc. on the original 1968 release, the B side is Ken Boothe's "Tomorrow". the 70's press and later 70's and 80's re-presses had a "version" on the B side, and the "Streets Of Gold" B-side is the most recent iteration of the single.
Kakashkaliandiia
i have one but not sure which pressing.. SOL 01929 A any idea?
Kakashkaliandiia
i have one but not sure which pressing.. SOL 01929 A any idea?
Dawncrusher
This is the repress version. Same as the other one listed.
Dawncrusher
This is the repress version. Same as the other one listed.