COLOUR: Orange EXTRAS: Limited to 1000 copies
First ever compilation of J.J. Johnson's productions. Compilation featuring legendary Jamaican hits from 1968 to 1972 including the Ethiopians, Roy Shirley and the J.J. All Stars.
By the close of the Sixties, record retailer and jukebox businessman Karl 'J.J.' Johnson was firmly established as one of Jamaica's leading record producers, having released a string of best-selling rock steady and proto-reggae 45s by such noted local acts as Lee 'Scratch' Perry, the Rulers, Carl Dawkins, the Kingstonians and the Ethiopians.
Early in 1969, Trojan Records released an album containing a dozen of Johnson's latest recordings in the new reggae style. Entitled Reggae Power, the LP was dominated by regular hit-makers the Ethiopians.