The Clarendonians

Pressure Sounds * PSS057 * 2012

I'm Sorry

I'm Sorry

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Classic vocal rocksteady from Peter Austin and The Clarendonians on the A side. Rudeboy anthem 'Its Alright' by Honeyboy Martin on the flipside.

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The Clarendonians — I'm Sorry

Reggae Richie , Apr 22, 2012
Peter Austin and The Clarendonians I'm Sorry well been listening to this track for the last few weeks in the car playing it not stop for friends and family what a record was in Dublin city the week end in mi favorite record shop Spindizzy and my man in the shop says have you heard this and hands it to mi on 45 I said what, you have this on 45 gimme it was my response do you not want to listen to it first, he says with a smiling face, are you serious no I don't just gimme it,with a joyful smile on my face, the joys of record shopping .
Such a lovely heart breaking Rocksteady track I love it and its so nice to have it on 45 its a little piece of rare Jamaican music so glad you guys at Pressure Sounds have put this out on 45 a real gem, don't you just love Rocksteady tracks like this, a must for all Rocksteady fans hold it down people,music and production all in fine style, great to see rare records like these back on the street again nuff respect Pressure Sounds you have did it again , lovely chone .

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