Tagged: Slim Smith

Slim Smith (born Keith Smith, 1948, Kingston, Jamaica, died 1973) was a ska, rocksteady and reggae singer. In their book Reggae: The Rough Guide (1997), Steve Barrow and Peter Dalton described Smith as “the greatest vocalist to emerge in the rocksteady era”.

Rocksteady

Rocksteady Train Vol.3

the Mellotones – Feel Good
the Gladiators – Sweet Soul Music
the Slickers – Mother Matty
the Viceroys – Let Him Go (Wrap Up)
the Ethiopians – Cool It Amigo
Slim Smith & the Uniques – Trying Hard to Find A Home
the Pioneers – Give Me A Little Loving…

Reggae Rocksteady

Rocksteady Train Vol.2

Alton Ellis & Phyllis Dillon – Remember that Sunday
the Viceroys – Walkie Talkie
the Ethiopians – Stay Loose Mama
the Untouchables – Mackie Mackie
Derrick Morgan – I’m the Ruler
Lee Perry – I am the Upsetter
the Techniques – Love is Not a Gamble…

Rocksteady Podcast

Rocksteady Train Vol.1

the Techniques – You Don’t Care
the Zodiacs – Walk on By
the Heptones – Baby
Slim Smith & the Uniques – My Conversation
Desmond Dekker & the Aces – You’ve Got your Troubles
the Jamaicans – Ba Ba Boom
the Ethiopians – Train to Glory