Missorts Volume II: discography

Joan Armatrading, Whatever’s for Us, (Remastered edition with bonus tracks), Metro Records, 2001.

Junior Byles, ‘A Place Called Africa,’ on Various Artists, Creation Rockers Volume 3, Trojan Records, 1979.

Elvis Costello, ‘Oliver’s Army,’ from Armed Forces, Radar, 1979.

Jimmy Cliff, ‘You Can Get it if You Really Want,’ from The Harder They Come (Remastered Soundtrack), Universal/Island, 2001.

William DeVaughn, ‘Be Thankful for What You’ve Got,’ from Be Thankful for What You’ve Got, Collectables/Gotham Golden Classics Edition, 1993.

Alan Ginsberg, ‘Father Death Blues,’ on Holy Soul Jelly Roll – Vol. 4: Ashes & Blues, Rhino World Beat, 1994.

The Gladiators, ‘Write to Me,’ from Naturality, Virgin Frontline, 1979.

Morrissey, ‘The Father Who Must Be Killed,’ from Ringleader of the Tormentors, Sanctuary, 2006.

Pam Nestor, ‘Hiding and Seeking,’ 12-inch single, Chrysalis Records, 1979.

Slim Smith, ‘Just a Dream,’ from Just a Dream, Trojan Records, 1972.

The Smiths, ‘Cemetery Gates,’ from The Queen is Dead, Rough Trade, 1986.

U-Roy, ‘Natty Rebel,’ from Natty Rebel: Extra Version, Frontline, 2004.

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Missorts Volume II, by Tony White (Situations, £0.00)

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