Alton Ellis – Sunday Coming (1970)

Alton Ellis - Sunday coming 2 (1971) cd
“Alton Ellis is one of the best Jamaican vocalists to have emerged during the ska and rocksteady periods in the ’60s. His singing prowess remained intact through the reggae, dancehall, and ragga years as well, proving that his uniquely soulful delivery and impeccable phrasing could transcend reggae’s many changes. Recording with his preferred producer Clement Dodd, Ellis cut Sunday Coming around 1969-1970 at Dodd’s legendary Brentford Road studio. Most likely backed by the producer’s Sound Dimension band (featuring the great Jackie Mittoo as arranger and organist), Ellis offers up a typical set of originals and choice covers from the day’s charts. …”
allmusic

Sunday Coming is an 1970 album by Jamaican rocksteady singer Alton Ellis. It was produced by Clement ‘Coxsone’ Dodd and recorded at his Brentford Road studio. The album was originally released on Dodd’s Coxsone label and subsequently reissued on CD in 1995 on Heartbeat Records.”
Wikipedia

YouTube: Sunday Coming, It’s True, These Eyes

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