The Heptones are a Jamaican rocksteady and reggae vocal trio most active in the 1960s and early 1970s. They were one of the more significant trios of that era, and played a major role in the gradual transition between ska and rocksteady into reggae with their three-part harmonies. The Heptones were contemporaries of the Wailers and the Maytals, and every bit their equal in the mid-60's.
Jah Will Never Leave Me Lonely, 03:10. Rude Boy Put Down Yu Gun, 02:43. Talking On the Phone, 02:41. Music, Music, Music, 03:02. What Am I To Do?, 02:46. Give Me the Night, 02:56.
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Medley) What Am I To Do, Please Stop Your Lying, Joy In The Morning, Hush Darling, Tammie, Since I Fell For You, Wide Awake In A Dream, Need To Belon. Message From A Black Man. Message From a Blackman. Mi No Mix Up With Kin-Naw-Kaw. Midtown Dub. Mind Blowing Dub - Original. Mind Blowing (Version). The Magnificent Heptones: Baby/Why Must I?/Why Did You Leave.
The Heptones were formed in Kingston in 1965, with a lineup of Sibbles, Barry Llewellyn, and Earl Morgan. At first they called themselves the Hep Ones, but a one-word name seemed to make more sense to fans, and the change was made accordingly. The Heptones signed a major-label deal with Island in 1975 and released their label debut, Night Food, the following year; it was produced by Lee "Scratch" Perry and featured mostly new versions of old Studio One material. The follow-up, 1977's Party Time, followed a similar blueprint, and also included an eye-opening cover of Bob Dylan's "I Shall Be Released