Part 2 – 1967-1972

Tuff Gong 127 King Street Label

The label Tuff Gong located on 127, King Street was founded 1970. The name “Tuff Gong” has its origin in a nickname of Bob Marley, according to Lee Perry, or is a mix of ideas by Guy Coombs, the label designer, and Bob Marley, about the tuff time to come and the african instrument, the gong, used for communication.
The first two singles appear with a label with “TUFF” written above and “GonG” written vertically on the right and a graphic showing a gong.
All other singles appear with the classic label with “TUFF GONG” written above in form of an eye.
In total circa 42 different singles were released on Tuff Gong from 1970 to 1971 with reportedly no new new release in 1972.
“Black Progress” (released on a blank single understood as connected to Wail´N Soul´M label) and “Hold On To Your Feelings” were the first two recordings with Carlton Barrett on drums and Aston Barrett on bass who both became members of the Wailers since then.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1970
Hold On To That Feeling (Credit: Bob & Rita, Lester Sterling´s All Stars) (Matrix: DYNA WRLS 2148-1) /
Version (Matrix: DYNA WRLS 2117-1)
Recorded in summer 1970 and released somewhen later. I think the single was released during autumn of 1970, but it is also possible that it lasted until early 1971 until this one was pressed and released.
This 7-inch appears with the early Tuff Gong label with “TUFF” written above and “GonG” written vertically on the right side and a graphic showing a gong
with black writing on red background and
with green and black writing on yellow background. It is not known if both are originals or one is an original and the other a repressing. This single is understood as the first Tuff Gong single.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Sun Is Shining (no credit) (mistake, in fact: Hold On To That Feeling) (Matrix: DYNA WRLS 2148-1) /
Hurting Inside (no credit) (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708-2)
I saw one of those on the classic label with black writing on green background mislabeled “Sun Is Shining” on the a-side.


Tuff Gong T.G. 002 / T.G. 001, Original, 1971
Run For Cover (Matrix: DYNA Bob Morley 2208-1) /
Sun Is Shining (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 2209-1)
The a-side is recorded in November 1970. The b-side is recorded in March 1971. The single is released somewhen between March and June 1971.
This 7-inch appears with the early Tuff Gong label with “TUFF” written above and “GonG” written vertically on the right side and a graphic showing a gong
with red and green writing on white background, (Seemingly the first pressing) and
with green writing on white background and
with brown writing on white background.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, 1971
Run For Cover (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3174) /
Sun Is Shining (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3175)
This release with new matrixes appears with the classic label
with blue and orange writing on white background,
and also on orange vinyl and
with brown writing on white background and
with red writing on white background.
This appearance of this single with new matrixes shows that the original stampers of the second Tuff Gong single were destroyed soon after use. What a bad and expensive accident soon after the start of the new label!

Blank, Repressing, circa 1971
(Sun Is Shining) (no credit) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3175) /
(Nice Time) (no credit) (Matrix: DSR 8346 A)
This repressing appears with black writing on white background, half-blank without artist or song title given and half-blank with artist credit but without titles given.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Send Me That Love (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3176-1) /
Love Light (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3177-1)
Both tracks were recorded in March 1971. The single is released somewhen between March and June 1971. The matrix with “Bob Marley” shows that he was responsible for the production of the stampers. This is common for the Tuff Gong singles of the time but not for the Upsetter singles. So I like to follow that here the first pressing is on Tuff Gong and a repressing is on Upsetters. RS has the tracks as Wailers / Lee Perry productions. But Perry said it is not his sound and he do not remember this session.
This 7-inch appears with brown writing on white background and with yellow writing on white background without printed title and credits on b-side (so far say RS).
JC mentions both sides without titles and credits.
I saw another single appearing with brown and black writing on white background on both sides and both sides titled. I am not sure if all these belong to the first pressing or the one with both sides titled may belong to a second pressing.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Send Me That Love (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3176-1) /
Play Play (Matrix: WIRL BM 3709-2)
This 7-inch appears with brown writing on white background.


Blank, Original, 1971
(Sun Is Shining V/2) (no credit) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3360-1) /
(Sun Is Shining V/3) (no credit) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3359-1)
“Sun Is Shing V/2″ is the DJ track by Johnny Lover. Both tracks were recorded in March 1971. The single is released somewhen between March and June 1971.
This 7-inch appears without titles and credits on label.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
(Let The Sun Shine One Me) (no credit) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3361-1) /
I Like It Like This (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3358-1)
“Let The Sun Shine On Me” is also known as “Pour Down The Sunshine”. Both tracks were recorded in March 1971. The single is released somewhen between March and June 1971. This single appears with red writing on white background and without printed title and credits on the a-side. It seems this one and the next are both original first pressings.

Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
(Let The Sun Shine One Me) (no credit) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3361-1) /
Like It Like This (Credit: Johnny Lover) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3358-1)
This 7-inch appears with green writing on white background without printed title and credits on the a-side and brown and black writing on white background on the b-side. It seems this one and the previously mentioned single are both original first pressings.


Tuff Gong, Original, circa 1971
My Desire (Credit: The Soulettes) (Matrix: DYNA BM 3502-1) /
Bring It Up (Credit: The Soulettes) (Matrix: DYNA B Marley 3515-1)
Both tracks were recorded in summer 1970. But the classic label used for this single appeared not earlier as 1971, so this single is from 1971. The single is probably released somewhen between March and June 1971 as the stampers for this single are made at the same time as those used for the previously listed singles.
This is not a Wailers single. But this single have a writer credit for both songs to Bob Marley and a producer credit to Bo Marley and Lee Perry.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Rock My Boat (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3516-1) /
I Like It Like This (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3358-1)
Both tracks were recorded in March 1971. The b-side previously appeared as b-side to “Let The Sun Shine On Me” (“Pour Down The Sunshine”). The single is released somewhen between March and June 1971.
This 7-inch appears with red writing on white background, the b-side is titled “I Like It Like This” and is credited to Bob Marley & The Wailers and
with brown and black writing on white background.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1974
Rock My Boat (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3516-1) /
I Like It Like This (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3358-1)
This 7-inch appears with green and black writing on green background. This label was used for the single from the “Natty Dread” album in 1974.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Trenchtown Rock (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: —) /
Grooving Trenchtown 12 (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: —)
This a-side without matrix has the complete track including an extra verse.
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971. This 7-inch appears with red writing on white background and
with black writing on white background.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, 1971
Trenchtown Rock (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: —) /
Grooving Trenchtown 12 (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: —)
This a-side without matrix has the complete track including an extra verse.
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971. This repressing appears with black writing on white background.

Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Trenchtown Rock (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4410-1) /
Grooving KGN. 12 (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4411-1)
The a-side has one verse cut.
A-side runs 2,58 as the track on CD, B-side runs 2,53 as the track on CD.
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971. This 7-inch appears with red writing on white background.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Trenchtown Rock (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4410-1) /
Grooving KGN. 12 (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4411-1)
The a-side has one verse cut.
This repressing appears with brown and green writing on white background (a-side) and green writing on white background (b-side).

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1978
Trenchtown Rock (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4410-1) /
Grooving KGN. 12 (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4411-1)
The a-side has one verse cut.
This repressing appears with blue writing on white background. This pressing is sold in a picture cover (Bob Marley and Big Youth on front and Haile Selassie on back), made in the late seventies, see Bob Marley´s locks.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Harbour Shark (Credit: Pipe & The Pipers) (Matrix: DSR BM 4412-1) /
Shark (Credit: Wailers All Stars) (Matrix: DSR BM 4413-1)
These tracks recorded in June 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971. These are no Wailers tracks. “Pipe & The Pipers” were later known as “The Wailing Souls”. But the single is produced by The Wailers and is featuring Bob Marley on guitar and Aston Barrett, Carlton Barrett, Alva “Reggie” Lewis” and Tyrone Downie.
This single appears with red writing on white background.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Kingston 12 Shuffle (Credit: U. Roy & Bob Marley) (Matrix: DSR AC BM 4811-1) /
Ammunition (Credit: Wailers All Star Band) (Matrix: DSR BM 4812-1)
“Kingston 12 Shuffle” is U Roy´s DJ version of “Trench Town Rock”. “Ammunition” is the version of “Concrete Jungle”.
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971. This 7-inch appears with red writing on white background.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Screw Face (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR TG 4915-1) /
Face Man (Credit: Tommy Mc Cook) (Matrix: DSR TG 4916-1)
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971.
This 7-inch appears with green and red writing on white background. Only this one has a producer credit to A. Cole.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Screw Face (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR TG 4915-1) /
Face Man (Credit: Tommy Mc Cook) (Matrix: DSR TG 4916-1)
This repressing appears without a producer credit to A. Cole
with blue and green writing on white background and
with mauve writing on white background and
red and black writing on white background and
with mauve and black writing on white background and
with red and green writing on white background.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Lively Up Yourself (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR TG 4917-1) /
Live (Credit: Tommy Mc Cook) (Matrix: DSR TG 4918-1)
A-side runs 2,53 as the track on CD. B-side runs 2,53 as the track on CD.
Both tracks were recorded in August 1971. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971. This 7-inch appears with red and black writing on yellow background with full credits (Bob Marley & The Wailers / Tommy McCook).

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Lively Up Yourself (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR TG 4917-1) /
Live (Credit: Tommy Mc Cook) (Matrix: DSR TG 4918-1)
This pressing appears with red and black writing on white background with full credits (Bob Marley & The Wailers Tommy McCook).

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Lively Up Yourself (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR TG 4917-1) /
Live (Credit: Tommy Mc Cook) (Matrix: DSR TG 4918-1)
This repressing appears with red and black writing on white background with edited credits (Bob Marley & The Wailers).

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Lively Up Yourself (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR TG 4917-1) /
Live (Credit: Tommy Mc Cook) (Matrix: DSR TG 4918-1)
This repressing appears with blue writing on white background with an extra writer credit to Bob Marley and an extra producers credit to A. Cole.


Tuff Gong, Original, circa 1971
Hallelujah Time (Credit: Rita Marley) (Matrix: DSR TG 4919-1) /
Version (Credit: Rita Marley) (Matrix: DSR TG 4920-1)
This single seems to have the earliest recording of “Hallelujah Time” later recorded by The Wailers for 1973 album “Burnin´”. If some Wailers participating here is not known. RS don´t mention this one.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971,
Redder Than Red (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR TG 4946-11) /
Red (Credit: Wailers All Stars) (Matrix: DSR TG 4914-1)
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971.
This 7-inch appears with black writing on white background and
with red writing on white background.

Blank, Original, 1971
Redder Than Red (Matrix: DSR TG 4946-11) /
Version (Matrix: DSR TG 4914-1)
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971.
This blank is stamped on one side: “PRERELEASE” and on the other side “POWER LABEL”.
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.


Wail´N Soul´M, Repressing, 2007
Redder Than Red (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) /
Version (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers)
The label has silver writing on red background.
The b-side is the commonly known version.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Concrete Jungle (Matrix: TG 5003 A) (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) /
Sun Is Shining (Matrix: DYNA Bob Marley 3175) (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers)
First jamaican release. In fact the a-side with this matrix first appeared at the USA Tuff Gong 5003 7-inch.
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Concrete Jungle (Matrix: TG 5003 A) (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) /
Ammunition (Matrix: DSR BM 4812-1) (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers)
Although here vocal track and version first appear together on one single, it seems both tracks appeared previously on the two different singles mentioned above so that this here is a repressing.
This 7-inch appears with red writing on white background both sides without titles and credits.
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
I Do (Credit: Rita Marley) (Matrix: RM 1332) /
Version (Credit: Rita Marley) (Matrix: RM 1333)
Info by JC.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
I´ve Been Lonely (Credit: Rita Marley) (Matrix: RM 7101-1) /
I´ve Been Lonely Version (Credit: Rita Marley) (Matrix: RM 7100-1)
Info by JC.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Lick Samba (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FBM 7731-A) /
Samba (Credit: Wailers All Star) (Matrix: FBM 7731-B)
Both tracks were recorded in August 1971. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971.
This 7-inch appears with red and black writing on white background with full credits (Bob Marley & The Wailers Produced by A. Cole) and the b-side credited to “Wailers All Star” and
identical but with edited credits (Bob Marley & The Wailers) and
with yellow-golden writing on white background and credits (Bob Marley as writer, Bob Marley & The Wailers) and
identical but with edited credits (R. Marley as writer, Bob Marley & The Wailers) and the b-side credited to “Wailers All Stars”. So far I see it is not known which one is the first pressing. RS has a pic of the second one. I think it is more likely the one listed first with an extra produced credit.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Guava Jelly (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FBM 7732-A) /
Guava (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FBM 7732-B)
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971.
This 7-inch appears with red and green writing on yellow-orange background with a producer credit to A. Cole).

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Guava Jelly (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FBM 7732-A) /
Guava (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FBM 7732-B)
This repressing appears without a producer credit with red and black writing on white background and
with red and black writing on white background and artist credit here in italics.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Craven Choke Puppy (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FBM 7730-B) /
Choke (Credit: T. McCook & Wailers All Stars) (Matrix: FBM 7762-A)
Both tracks were recorded in August 1971. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971.
This 7-inch appears with blue writing on white background and
with red and black writing on white background with edited credits and
with green and black writing on white background with edited credits.
I saw it with blue writing on white background with edited credits (Bob Marley & The Wailers) and
with green and black writing on yellow background with edited credits (Bob Marley & The Wailers). So far I see it is not known which one is the first pressing. RS has a pic of the second one. I think it is more likely the one listed first with an extra produced credit.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Back Biter (Credit: Pipe & The Pipers) (Matrix: FBM 7730-A) /
Back Biter Version (Wailers All Stars) (Matrix: FBM 7762-B)
Both tracks were recorded in July 1971. The single is released somewhen between July and September 1971.
These tracks are no Wailers tracks. “Pipe ” The Pipers” are later known as “The Wailing Souls”. Featuring Bob Marley on guitar, Bunny Wailer on bass and Peter Tosh on organ.
This single appears with golden and black writing on white background and has a writer credit to B. Marley.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Craven Version Do Good (Credit: Big Youth) (Matrix: DSR RM 7103-1) /
Thank You Lord (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL BM 3086-1)
“Craven Version Do Good” was recorded in August 1971. The b-side is the 1968 recording. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971.
The matrix of the a-side looks as if the dj track was mastered a while before the voal track. Maybe a printing mistake in RS book, to be confirmed if this matrix is correct.
This 7-inch appears with red and black writing on orange background.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Craven Choke Puppy (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FBM 7730-B) /
Craven Version Do Good (Credit: Big Youth) (Matrix: DSR RM 7103-1)
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Satisfy My Soul Babe (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR RM 7163-1) /
Version (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FRM 8107-B)
Both tracks were recorded in August 1971. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971.
This single appears with red and black writing on white background.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Once Bitten (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR PT 7736-1) /
Version (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR PT 7737-1)
A-side runs 3,06 as the track on CD. B-side runs 2,53.
Both tracks were recorded in August 1971. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971.
This single appears with red and black writing on white background.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, 1971
Once Bitten (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR PT 7736-1) /
Version (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR PT 7737-1)
This single appears with yellow writing on black background.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, 1971
Once Bitten (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR PT 7736-1) /
Version (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR PT 7737-1)
This single appears with red and black writing on light-yellow background.


Tuff Gong, circa 1971
Mellow Mood (Credit: Judy Mowatt) (Matrix: Addis DSR SC 8465) /
Mellow Mood Version (Mis-labeled as “Orthodox Revelation”) (Matrix: Addis DSR SC 8466)
Appears with blue label.
I was told some singles labeled “Mellow Mood (Judy Mowatt) / Orthodox Revelation” would have in fact “Once Bitten Version (Peter Tosh)” (Matrix: DSR PT 7737-1) as b-side.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Lion (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR PT 7740-1) /
Version (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: DSR PT 7741-1)
Both tracks were recorded in August 1971. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971.
This single appears with red and black writing on white background.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Here Comes The Sun (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: FPT 7898-A) /
Version (Credit: Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: FPT 7898-B)
Both tracks were recorded in August 1971. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971.
I only saw two a blank labeled copy. So I estimate this one may be released only on blank labels. RS don´t mention this. To be confirmed.


Tuff Gong, Original, 1971
Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FRM 8107-A)/
Version (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FRM 8107-B)
Both tracks were recorded in August 1971. The single is released somewhen between August and October 1971.
This single appears with red and black writing on yellow-orange background and the title written in two lines.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Satisfy My Soul Jah Jah (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FRM 8107-A)/
Version (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FRM 8107-B)
This repressing appears with red and black writing on white background and the title written in one line.


Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Bend Down Low (estimated Matrix: CS Dodd 127-1 RM01) /
Freedom Time (WIRL BM 3408-2)

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Funeral (Matrix: WIRL BM 3672-1) /
Pound Get A Blow (Matrix: WIRL BM 3673-1)
This 7-inch appears with green and black writing on white background.
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Hurting Inside (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708-2) /
Play Play Play (Matrix: WIRL BM 3709-2)
This 7-inch appears with red and black writing on white background.
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Hurting Inside (Matrix: WIRL BM 3708-2) /
This Train (Matrix: WIRL BM 3274-2)
This 7-inch appears with red and black writing on yellow background (a-side) and red and black writing on white background (b-side).
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Play Play Play (Matrix: WIRL BM 3709-2) /
Nice Time (Matrix: DSR 8346 A)
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Play Play Play (Matrix: WIRL BM 3709-2) /
Freedom Time (WIRL BM 3408-2)
JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
(Feel Alright) (no credit) (Matrix: BY (or B1) DY NN N- 824 – 1 X) /
(I´m Hurting Inside) (no credit) (Matrix: W.I.R.L. B.M. 3708)
The a-side is a alternate mix without the disturbing percussion.
This 7-inch appears with red writing on white background and no titles or credits given on the label, some describe such as a half-blank 7-inch.

Tuff Gong, Repressing, circa 1971
Kaya (Matrix: GPW+7) /
Kaya Version (Matrix: GPW+8)
The tracks were recorded in January 1971. The single is released a little later first on Upsetter and probably later during 1971 on Tuff Gong. I think it is sure that the release on Tuff Gong is made after the Upsetter pressing, so it is a repressing. If not, it would be the second Tuff Gong single and would have the early label, but in fact it has the classic label. It seems Lee Perry gave the stampers to the Wailers after use for his pressing.
This 7-inch appears with green and red writing on white background without titles and credits on label and with green and black writing on white background without titles but with credits on label.
RS and JC don´t mention this single. I saw it at ebay. Lee Perry productions on Tuff Gong. The b-side is not the instrumental version but the so called “Kaya Version 2 (Scat Mix)”.


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