Hopeton lewis rock a shacka i dont want trouble


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Alton Ellis is sometimes said to be the father of rocksteady for his hit "Girl I've Got a Date", but other candidates for the first rocksteady single include "Take It Easy" by Hopeton Lewis , "Tougher Than Tough" by Derrick Morgan and "Hold Them" by Roy Shirley . In a Jamaican radio interview, pianist Gladstone Anderson said that guitarist and bandleader Lynn Taitt was the man who slowed down the ska beat in 1964 [ clarification needed ] during a "Take It Easy" recording session. [3] Taitt backed this up in a 2002 interview, stating: "I told 'Gladdy to slow the tempo and that's how Take It Easy and rocksteady came about. Rocksteady is really slow ska." [4] The record producer Duke Reid released Alton Ellis' "Girl I've Got a Date" on his Treasure Isle label, as well as recordings by The Techniques , The Silvertones , The Jamaicans and The Paragons . Reid's work with these groups helped establish the vocal sound of rocksteady. Notable solo artists include Delroy Wilson , Ken Boothe and Phyllis Dillon (known as the "Queen of Rocksteady"). Other musicians who were crucial in creating rocksteady included keyboard player Jackie Mittoo , drummer Winston Grennan, bassist Jackie Jackson and saxophonist Tommy McCook .

In 2008, Gregg Gillis, better known to the public as Girl Talk , sampled the song for the track entitled "Set It Off" from his fourth album, Feed the Animals .


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