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The Saucers  Silver Kamel Audio Presents The Swaggerts

Roots Dancehall Party
Total Time: 57:16
Cost: $12.98 +s/h*

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A showcase stylee mix of
dancehall hits.

  1. Strictly Rub A Dub -
      Anthony Johnson
     Friday Night Jamboree -
      Jah Thomas
 2. Rub A Dub Session -
      Johnny Osbourne
     Just Love And Inity -
      Early B
 3. Dancing Time -
      Phillip Fraser
     Work Is Over -
 4. Dancing Mood -
      Barrington Levy
     Two In The Family -
      Jah Thomas
 5. Say What You're Saying -
      Little John
     Make Some Noise -
      Danny English
 6. Every Time I Hear The
      Music - Anthony Johnson
     The Girl Them Sexy -
      Early B
 7. Runaround Woman -
      Triston Palmer
     Black A Fi Mi Beauty -
Jah Thomas & Ranking Toyan
 8. Dancehall We Deh -
      Sugar Minott
     Sunday Dish -
      Early B

Roots Rasta Party
Total Time: 62:22
Cost: $12.98 +s/h*

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A concious provoking collection
of roots music from some of
the greatest reggae artists.

  1. I Heart Is Clean -
      Cornell Campbell
     Zinc Fence -
 2. Bad Boys -
      Phillip Fraser
     Jah Standing Over Me -
      Peter Ranking
       & General Lucky

 3. Sit Down And Reason -
      Mighty Threes
     Tribute To The King -
      Ranking Trevor
 4. Guntalk -
      Linval Thompson
  Everyday A Shot Dem Bus -
    King Rolex
 5. Peace And Love -
      Barry Brown
     Judgment Time -
      Ranking Toyan
 6. Blood Of The Saint -
      Phillip Fraser
     Boss Man -
      Prince Alla
 7. In The Sun -
      Mighty Threes
     Let Jah Sun Shine -
      Ranking Trevor
 8. Earth, Wind, And Fire -
      Paul Blackman
     Ras Menlik Congo -
      Augustus Pablo

STYLE: Jamaican Reggae. All trax are showcase style and
include a mix of vocal, dj, and/or dub.

HOME TOWN: Stamford, CT via London, England

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Check out the Billy Boyo CD Zim Zim (also on Silver Kamel)

A brief excerpt from the history of Silver Kamel:

...<snip>... At this time, Camel teamed up with another local DJ and opened Camel Cat Records, just around the corner from the Walsall Technical College. Here you could buy an egg & bacon sandwich, cup of tea and the latest in Jamaican music!

Sources for reggae music were few and far-between, so it was on a trip to London that I discovered Daddy Kool's, hidden in a tiny shop on Hanway Street, off Oxford Street. Daddy Kool's was selling a mixture of jazz, soul and reggae. Sometime during 1975-76 Silver Camel and Daddy Kool's joined forces, changing to a reggae-only outlet to deal with the increasing demand from the international market for Jamaican music.

This partnership worked well for several years, so the business moved to a larger space on Dean Street. Silver Camel was a very active sound system, playing venues like the 100 Club on Oxford Street (Tuesdays & Thursdays), as well as blues and sound clashes at other venues on the weekends. Many reggae and punk dignitaries visited the shop to drop off their latest
releases or to pick up some music for themselves.

Around 1977-78 Daddy Kool's decided to enter the production side of business and released music from producer Phil Mathias. Those releases included: "So Many Times" by the Majestarians, "Earth, Wind and Fire" by Paul Blackman/Augustus Pablo. Followed by "Cry Tuff Dub Encounter Chapter III" by the late-great Prince Far I. After Jah Thomas' "Dance Hall Stylee" was remixed and edited in London by Silver Camel and Jah Thomas, it hit the number one spot on the (then named) Black Echoes LP charts. With added confidence, Silver Camel penned the tune "You're the One", which was recorded by the group Tropical Breeze.

By the end of 1979, Daddy Kool's and Silver Camel parted ways.

Silver Camel Music released many more productions in the early '80's. There were songs from reggae legend Alton Ellis "Daydreaming", dub LP's from Ranking Dread and Al Campbell and the showcase style series "Roots Reggae Party Vols I & II". Many great tunes from Jah Thomas and the Midnight Rock crew included: Dance Hall Stylee (re-released on the Silver Camel label), Dancehall Connection and Ghetto Man Skank. A variety of discos from Barry Brown "Peace & Love", Little John "Say What You're Saying" and Triston Palmer "Run-Around Woman" showed much promise for the fledgling label. Other fine producers were featured.

In 1983, a decision was made to move Silver Camel to the U.S.A.

Silver Camel USA was on the scene doing reggae boat trips out of Long Island Sound. As guest DJ for the Terrace Club in Stamford, CT, he opened for Ziggy Marley, Toots & the Maytals and Michael Rose. Silver Camel also helped organize a Caribbean festival starring Mickey Dread, which ran for two consecutive years.

In 2002, pressure from friends brought about the long-awaited release of Billy Boyo and the rebirth of Silver Camel as Silver Kamel Audio (SKA).

SKA's intent is to bring you a selection of music that will affect your life: whether it makes you happy and ready to dance, or awakens your inner consciousness and provokes action. Play it, feel good… for life is short. Enjoy every moment of every day and pass on your good vibes to those around you. Jah Bless.

Silver Kamel Audio Presents:

Roots Dancehall Party - reggae compilation CD
is available now for: $12.98 + s/h*

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Roots Rasta Party - reggae compilation CD
is available now for: $12.98 + s/h*

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*Shipping & Handling charges:
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                     Add $1.00 per each CD after.
Canada - $5.00 for the first CD ordered,
                          Add $2.00 per each CD after.
Everywhere else -$7.00 for the first CD ordered,
                                        Add $3.00 per each CD after.

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