The Bleechers / The Upsetters - The Upsetter / The Vampire mp3 album
Title: The Upsetter / The Vampire
Date of release: 1969
Size MP3: 1682 mb
Size FLAC: 1745 mb
Format: MMF AUD MP3 MOD DTS VQF 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.
Label: Upsetter (2) – US-317. Format: Vinyl, Single, 7", 45 RPM, 4 Prong Knock-out Centre.
Trojan Upsetter Box Set - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. Вышел 22 апреля 2002г. В альбом вошло 50 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 03:26:06. Trojan Upsetter Box Set. dub. reggae. Check Him Out. 02:26.
Explore releases from the Upsetter (2) label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Upsetter (2) releases. Upsetter (2). Профиль: Subsidiary Of Trojan Records, B&C Music that issued Lee Perry Productions from 1969 to 1973 in the UK. Most of these bear label matrix numbers that are sequential to Trojan Records catalogue numbers, these should not be added as cat.Jamaican releases are on Upsetter or Upsetters.
The Upsetter Collection. The years represented by The Upsetter Collection (1969-1973) saw Lee "Scratch" Perry emerging as the Upsetter: one of a handful of talented, "small axe" producers attempting to establish themselves among the high rollers of the Jamaican record business. Bursting with creativity, Perry was willing to indulge in all manner of aural trickery in a perpetual quest for new sounds and rhythms. While the results were not always stunning, Scratch fortunately seemed to have both an inherent sense of quality and a natural musicality guiding him along his singular path
GUESE WHOS FUCKIN BACK Anyways ive already heard about jacks side project the bleechers actually i cant wait for their first album i wanna hear their music so bad h ck i'd download it immediately when it comes out . Watching The Bleechers perform at the Wedgwood Rooms last night .
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.
|A||–The Bleechers||The Upsetter|
|B||–The Upsetters||The Vampire|
- Published By – B&C Music
- Producer – Lee Perry
- Written-By – L. Perry*
Notesrare variation with 'The Upsetter' as the song title of side A. (It is the same tune as 'Check Him Out' though)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): TMX.330
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): TMX.373
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Runout Groove): TMX+330
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Runout Groove): TMX+373
|US-317||The Bleechers / The Upsetters||The Bleechers / The Upsetters - Check Him Out / The Vampire (7", Single, 4 P)||Upsetter||US-317||UK||1969|
|US-317||The Upsetters / The Bleechers||The Upsetters / The Bleechers - The Vampire / Check Him Out (7", Single)||Upsetter||US-317||UK||1969|
|US-317||The Upsetters, The Bleechers||The Upsetters, The Bleechers - The Vampire (7", Single, Promo)||Upsetter||US-317||UK||1969|
|US-317||The Upsetters / The Bleechers||The Upsetters / The Bleechers - The Vampire / Check Him Out (7", Single, Sol)||Upsetter||US-317||UK||1969|
|none||The Bleechers / The Upsetters||The Bleechers / The Upsetters - Check Him Out / The Vampire (7", W/Lbl)||Upsetter||none||Jamaica||1969|