Rita Marley - SKA
How about these...
A De Pon Dem (1965 - Studio One) - A loose cover of a Smokey Robinson song - Choosey Beggar, I think
Pied Piper (1966 - Studio One) - the Crispian St. Peter tune
A DE PON DEM - "Ska Bonanza" - Heartbeat CD CDHB86/87 (1991)
PIED PIPER I only have on a re-released Trojan LP - "Club Ska Vol. 1" TTL48 (re-issued in 1970)
...a little help, perhaps...?
Three tracks by Rita Marley & The Soulettes appear on "The Wailers & Friends":
"That Ain't Right"
"One More Chance"
"Friends & Lovers"
You can also find the above mentioned "Pied Piper" on 'Club Ska '67'
I don't know if they feature Rita, but there are a number of songs by The Soulettes availible:
There are three tracks with the Soulettes on the Heartbeat Lee Perry ska collection 'Chicken Scratch':
"Please Don't Go"
"By Saint Peter"
"Puss In A Bag"
Two Trojan albums also have tracks credited to Lee Perry & The Soulettes: "Rub & Squeeze" on 'Guns Of Navarone' and "Doctor Dick" on 'Dance Crasher'
The Soulettes have 'Hey Senorita' on the Studio One album 'Ska Au Go Go' and 'King Street' on SoulJazz's 'Studio One Women'.
Definitly post-ska, but you can find the Soulettes' "Let It Be" for Lee Perry on 'The Complete UK Upsetter Singles Collection #2', "Why Should I?" on the 'Trojan Sisters Box Set', and 'You're My Desire' on Jet Star's 'Bunny Lee Story' box set.
some nice people on another forum found out for me that the song I
mentioned is miscredited to Rita Marley (come to me) and is sung by Marcia Griffiths (Call to me).
It's a song that appaers on the "Rock-A-Shacka vol.5 " compil (Japan).
When you want to hear, here's a link :
KILLER KILLER ORGAN !!!!!!!!
It's a very nice song Bart - and obviously Marcia Griffiths, but only obvious becasue you told us 😯 - otherwise doubts...:? 🙂
I guess it's Jackie Mtttoo on organ duties 8)