On July 28th 1967, British-based Jamaican music company, Island Records launched a label to showcase the output of one of the most popular and successful producers of the ska and rock steady eras – Arthur ‘Duke’ Reid.
Surprisingly the label failed to fulfill its potential and folded after a matter of months. And this may well have been the end of the Trojan story had it not been for the creation of a new Jamaican music company, launched in the summer of ’68, which then took over the the name of Trojan.
Tonight on Its A Way Of Life in conjunction with www.liquidatormusic.com we say Happy Birthday to the original Trojan Records with over two hours of great Ska Music.
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