Upsetters, The - We Are The Upsetters mp3 album
Title: We Are The Upsetters
Date of release: 1968
Size MP3: 1618 mb
Size FLAC: 1287 mb
Format: APE VOX AIFF AA MOD MP3 VOC
The Upsetters was the name given to the house band for Jamaican reggae producer Lee "Scratch" Perry. The name of the band comes from Perry's nickname of Upsetter, after his song "I Am The Upsetter", a musical dismissal of his former boss Coxsone Dodd.
I have one because the guy on the back of the album was my brother-in-law my sister and her husband lived upstairs when they were first married he owned that club and there's actually like 25 of them albums around the guy on the back of the album is Jimmy Smith. Reply See 1 reply Notify me Helpful.
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The Upsetter is a studio album of Lee "Scratch" Perry productions, released in 1969. The album largely comprises instrumentals from Perry's studio band The Upsetters, but also features vocal tracks by Busty Brown and The Muskyteers (aka the Silvertones). The album was reissued in expanded form on compact disc in 2003. All tracks composed by Lee "Scratch" Perry; except where indicated. Tidal Wave" – The Upsetters. Heat Proof" – The Upsetters. To Love Somebody" (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb) – Busty Brown.