Part 1 – 1962-1966

1966

Probably three singles were released circa January 1966.

Studio One (Early Label)
Hairy Mango (Credit: Jackie Opel) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1045-1) /
My Girl (Credit: Jackie Opel) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1046-1)

Tabernacle 413 / 412
I Left My Sins (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1069-1) /
Just In Time (Credit: Bob Marley & The Spiritual Sisters) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1066-2)
Appears with silver writing on blue background.
Reissued on Tabernacle in the seventies, a-side with black writing on red background and b-side with black writing on white background.

Coxsone? or Taberacle?
I Left My Sins (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1069-1) /
What Am I Supposed To Do (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1748-1)
I was told that there is a second different pressing of “I Left My Sins” backed by “What Am I Supposed To Do”, maybe in fact a second pressing or the later reissue of “What Am I Supposed To Do” on Coxsone made in the seventies.

Coxsone 511 / 512
I´m Gonna Put It On (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1118-1)) /
Love Won´t Be Mine This Way (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL 1119-1)
Appears with silver writing on red background and
with silver writing on black background and
with black writing on yellow background and
with pink writing on white background.
Reissued on Coxsone with black on red writing with note “Jamrec Music” on label.

Probably four singles were released circa February / March 1966.

Studio One (Early Label) ST 8 / ST 9
Don´t Care What The People Say (Credit: The Soulettes) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1143-1) (3,13) /
Tighten Up (Credit: The Soulettes) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1144-1)
This 7-inch has silver writing on black background and the early Studio One label.

Coxsone 509 / 510
Good Good Rudie (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1176-1) /
Ocean 11 (The City Slickers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1122-1)
Appears with silver writing on blue background and
with silver writing on black background.
“Good Good Rudie” was reissued as “Jailhouse” on Studio One, as “Rudie Rudie” on Studio One and as “Rudie” on Coxsone (Matrix: CN 3207).

Studio One (Later Label)
Jerk All Night (Credit: Delroy Wilson) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1088-1) /
Here Comes The Heartaches (Credit: Delroy Wilson) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1210-1)
Released on white, red and black label.

Two singles were released not earlier as Dec 65 but more probably ca March 1966

Coxsone
Cry To Me (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1175) /
Wages Of Love (Credit: Bob Marley & The Wailers) (Matrix: FC 7042)
Appears with silver writing on red background.
“Cry To Me” was reissued on Coxsone with silver writing on red background, b-side is “My Time” (Hugh Godfrey), again in the seventies with black writing on red background and again with blue writing on white background with b-side “Ska La Parisienne”.
“Wages Of Love” was reissued as b-side of “Lonesome Track” on Coxsone with silver writing on red background.

Studio One
Guajara Ska (Credit: Soul Brothers) (Matrix: CS 1253) /
Forsaken Friend (Credit: Gaylads)
Appears with silver writing on red background.
“Guajara Ska” was reissued on Coxsone (Matrix: CS 1253-1) and on Money Disc (Matrix: WIRL CS 1253-A).

Probably two singles were released circa June 1966.

Coxsone
Lonesome Track (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1221-2) /
Sinner Man (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1208-2)
Info by JC.
“Lonesome Track” was reissued on Studio One with silver writing on red background and b-side “Wages Of Love” .

Coxsone
Let Him Go (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1499-1) /
Sinner Man (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1208-2)
Appears with black writing on red background.
“Let Him Go” was reissued in the seventies on Studio One with black writing on red background and paired with Bob Andy´s “Unchained” with black writing on white background.

Probably two singles were released circa July 1966.

Blank (Musik City stamp)
Rasta Shook Them Up (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1317-1) /
Ringo´s Ska (Credit: Soul Brother´s) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1264-1)
The different matrix of the a-side (not mentioned by RS) and the whole info about this single is taken from an auction at ebay.

Coxsone 52
Rasta Shook Them Up (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1317-2) /
Ringo´s Ska (Credit: Soul Brother´s) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1264-1)
Appears with silver writing on red background.

Studio One 7 (red “trumpet” on white background label)
The Toughest (Credit: Peter Tosh) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1793-1) /
No Faith (Credit: Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: CSD 149)

Probably three singles were released circa September 1966.

Coxsone
Sunday Morning (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1438-1) /
He Who Feels It Knows It (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1423-2)
“Sunday Morning” was reissued in the seventies on Coxsone with black writing on white background as b-side of “Simmer Down”.

Coxsone
I´ve Got To Go Back Home (Credit: Bob Andy) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: CSD 161) /
Lay It On (Credit: Melodians) (Matrix: CC Dodd 49)
I saw a blank of this single at ebay.
“I´ve Got To Go Back Home” was reissued with new matrix: CN 3602 (and / or CN 3608-1) with “Climb The Ladder” (Matrix: CN 6159-1) by The Wailers as b-side once in the seventies and again in 2000.

Studio One
Bless You (Credit: Rita & Bunny) (Matrix: CSD 192) /
Beard Man Ska (Roland Alphonso) (Matrix: CS 73)
Blanks of this single also appear on green and red wax.
“Bless You” was reissued with “Ificially Scorcher” (Credit: Dennis Lovelock) (Matrix: FCD 7805-A) as b-side. Info by JC.
Also released in UK.

Probably eight singles were released in October 1966.

Coxsone 4 / 3
Rock Sweet Rock (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1534-1) /
Jerking Time (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1533-1)
Appears with red writing on white background.
“Rock Sweet Rock” was reissued on Coxsone with b-side “Killer Diller” by The Skatalites.
“Rock Sweet Rock” was reissued 1994 on blank label as “Sweetest Rocker In Town”.
“Jerking Time” was reissued in the seventies on Coxsone with purple writing on white background.

Coxsone 5
Dancing Shoes (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: CS DODD 101) /
Don´t Look Back (Credit: Peter Touch & The Chorus) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1535-1)
Appears with pink or red writing on white background.

Coxsone 7
Making Love (Credit: Peter Touch & The Chorus) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1591-1) /
Voo Doo Moon (Credit: Soul Bros) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1532-1)
Appears with black writing on pink or white background.

Blank
Lemon Tree (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: DIR CS 2002 B IH) /
Feel Like Jumping (Credit: Marcia Griffiths) (Matrix: FCD 7340) or Hot Rod (Credit: Soul Brothers) (Matrix: CS 0600)
Info for the b-side by JC.

Coxsone
Treat Me Good (Credit: Bop & The Beltones, actually Peter Tosh & The Wailers) (Matrix: Studio 1 DIR CS 2005 A 1H) /
Dancing Time (Credit: Peter Tosh, in fact: Bop & The Beltones) (Matrix: CS 900)

Coxsone
I Stand Predomiate (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: DIR CS 2005B IH) /
Come By Here (Credit: Norma Frazer) (Matrix: WIRL CS 3145-1)
This single was reissued on Studio One SO-3026 with red writing on white background.

Muzik City
Oh My Darling (Credit: Souletes, mistake: in fact The Soulettes) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: DIR CD 2007-B 1H) /
Trying To Keep Me Good Man Down (Credit: Hamlins) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1010)
This single was released on the red and white label.
Note: The corresponding UK single shares the same matrixes. Maybe this stamper was made in UK and used for the UK single release first, and then for this Jamaican release.
Note: Recorded 1964. The matrixes seems to indicate a release in 1966.

Studio One 57 (Early label)
Friends And Lovers (Rita Marley) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: C.S. DODD 73-009) /
I´m Sorry For You Baby (Credit: Rita Marley) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: CD DODD 76-007)
Appears with silver writing on black background.
Reissued with white and red writing on red and white background.
Note: RS lists both tracks as songs by The Wailers. JC tells, the b-side would be no Wailers song.

Studio One
A Deh Pon Dem (Credit: Rita Marley & The Soulettes) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: CS DODD 75-006) /
Time To Cry (Credit: Jackie Opel) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: CS Dodd 138)
“A Deh Pon Dem” was reissued with “Don´t Laugh At Me” (Credit: Jackie Opel) (Matrix: CS DODD 138) as b-side. Info by JC.

Probably four or five singles were released in November 1966.

Supreme
Can´t You See (Credit: Peter Touch & The Chorus) (Matrix: C DODD 64) /
Time To Turn (Credit: Rita Marley) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1477-1)
Appears with white and red writing on red and white background.

Supreme
The Train Is Coming (Credit: Ken Boothe) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: C Dodd 88) /
Feel It (Ken Boothe)
“The Train Is Coming” was reissued in 004 on Studio One with black writing on white background again with the b-side “Feel It” (Ken Boothe).

Studio One
The Train Is Coming (Credit: Ken Boothe) (With The Wailers) (Matrix: SC 126A) /
Train Is Coming Pt. 2 (Credit: Ken Boothe) (Matrix: SC 123B)
Info from the sleeve of “Version Dread” by Dub Specialist.
JC has this single as a reissue.
RS don´t mention the b-side as a song of The Wailers, although some harmony vocals are included at “Train Is Coming Pt. 2″.

Coxsone
What Am I Supposed To Do (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1748-1) /
Do The Boogaloo (Credit: Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers) (Matrix: WIRL CS 1596-1)
Appears with red or pink writing on white background.
This single was reissued in the seventies on Coxsone with black writing on white background.

Studio One 7 (Red “trumpet” Label)
I Need You (Credit: The Wailers) (Matrix: CS DODD 122) /
Don´t Want To See You Cry (Credit: Ken Boothe) (Matrix: CS DODD 146)
The A-side has the track, titled as “I Need You So” on the Heartbeat CD.
Label has red writing and a red trumpet on white background.
Reissued on Studio One with black writing and a black trumpet on white background.

Songs originally released on Jamaican or USA albums:

JA ND, 1964, This Is Jamaica Ska, LP (Various Artists Compilation):
Go Jimmy Go
A little later or at the same time a blank labeled 7-inch was released: Go Jimmy Go (Matrix: CS 1964-A) / Do You Remember (Matrix: CS 1964-B)
“Go Jimmy Go” was reissued in 2004 on Studio One with black writing on white background as b-side of “How Many Times / Do You Remember”).

JA ND, 1965, Ska-Au-Go-Go, LP (Various Artists Compilation):
Wings Of A Dove

JA Studio 1, 1966, Presenting Jamaica All Stars Vol. 1, LP (Various Artists Compilation):
Rolling Stone
Also released on a blank labeled 7-inch SO 116.

JA Studio One, 1966, Wailing Wailers, LP:
I Need You (The 1964 recording with Bob on lead)
When The Well Runs Dry
Ten Commandments Of Love

JA Studio One, 1981, Marley Tosh Livingstone & Associates, LP
Dance With Me

USA Heartbeat HB 111 / 112, 1991, One Love, 2-CD
This Train (Acoustic)
It Hurts To Be Alone (Alternate Take)
True Confession
Playboy (Alternate Take)
And I Love Her (Alternate Take)
Wages Of Love (Rehearsal)
I´m Gonna Put It On (Alternate Take)
Sinner Man (Alterhate Take)
Rocking Steady (Alternate Take)

USA Heartbeat HB 191, 1999, Destiny, LP and CD
Wages Of Love (Alternate Take)
Don´t Ever Leave Me (Alternate, Take 1)
Don´t Ever Leave Me (Alternate, Take 2)
Where Is My Mother (Acoustic)
Where Is My Mother (Original, Band Take)

USA Heartbeat HB 201, 1999, Wailers & Friends, LP and CD
That Ain´t Right
Don´t Cry Over Me

USA Heartbeat HB 251, 2000, Climb The Ladder, LP and CD
Nobody Knows (Original)
Wings Of A Dove (Original)
Dreamland (Original)

USA Heartbeat HB 257, 2003, Greatest Hits At Studio One, LP and CD
I´m Still Waiting (Alternate 2)

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