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Glen Brown - Boat To Progress! (The Original Pantomine Vocal Collection 1970-74) Mp3
Performer: Glen Brown
Title: Boat To Progress! (The Original Pantomine Vocal Collection 1970-74)
Style: Roots Reggae
Year Jan 2016
Country UK
Label Greensleeves Records
Catalog Number VPGSRL 602
Genre: Reggae
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 488
MP3 size: 1539 mb
FLAC size: 1867 mb
WMA size: 2956 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue

Glen Brown - Boat To Progress! (The Original Pantomine Vocal Collection 1970-74) Mp3


1Keith PoppinGet Together
Written-By – G. Brown
2Richard McDonald & Glen BrownRealize
Written-By – G. Brown
3Tinga StewartA Brand New Me
Written-By – J. Butler, K. Gamble, T. Bell
4Gregory IsaacsOne One Coco
Written-By – G. Brown
5Johnny ClarkeYou Really Gotta Hold On Me
Written-By – W. Robinson
6Glen Brown & Lloyd ParksI'm Your Puppet
Written-By – D. Penn, L. Oldham
7Roman StewartNever Too Young To Learn
Written-By – G. Brown
8Ewan 'Ian' GardinerFather's Call
Written-By – G. Brown
9Richard McDonald & Glen BrownBoat To Progress
Written-By – G. Brown
10Richard McDonaldDo Your Thing
Written-By – I. Hayes
11Glen BrownAway With The Bad Forward The Good
Written-By – G. Brown
12Glen Brown & Glenroy RichardsSave Our Nation
Written-By – G. Brown
13Glen BrownTake A Step
Written-By – G. Brown
14Glen BrownTell It Like It Is
Written-By – G. Davis, L. Diamond


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
GRELCD 602, Shanachie 47006Glen Brown Boat To Progress! (The Original Pantomine Vocal Collection 1970-74) ‎(CD, Comp)Greensleeves Records, ShanachieGRELCD 602, Shanachie 47006US1990
VPGSCD602Glen Brown Boat To Progress! (The Original Pantomine Vocal Collection 1970-74) ‎(CD, Comp, RE)Greensleeves Records, VP RecordsVPGSCD602UK2016
GREL 602Glen Brown Boat To Progress! The Original Pantomine Vocal Collection 1970-74 ‎(LP, Comp)Greensleeves RecordsGREL 602UK1989


  • Alto SaxophoneLennox Brown
  • BassAston 'Family Man' Barrett, Jackie Jackson , Lloyd Parks, Robbie Shakespeare, Val Douglas
  • Bass, GuitarJeffrey Chung
  • Compiled ByChris Lane
  • DesignTony McDermott
  • DrumsCarlton 'Santa' Davis, Carlton Barrett, Lloyd Adams, Lloyd Knibbs, Mikey Boo, Winston Grennan
  • GuitarRanchie, Eric Frater, Hux Brown, Lloyd Willis, Mikey Chung, Ranny Bop
  • KeyboardsAnsel Collins, B.B. Seaton, Earl Lindo, Gladstone Anderson, Winston Wright
  • Keyboards, MelodicaJoe White
  • Keyboards, Melodica, Guitar, PercussionGlen Brown
  • Mixed ByKing Tubby
  • PercussionBongo Herman, Denzil Laing, Skully, Uzziah 'Sticky' Thompson
  • ProducerGlenmore Brown
  • Tenor SaxophoneKarl Bryan, Richard 'Dirty Harry' Hall
  • Tenor Saxophone, FluteTommy McCook
  • TromboneCarl Masters, Ron Wilson, Vin Gordon
  • TrumpetBobby Ellis


℗ 1969-74 Pantomine Records

Published By:
Tracks A1, A2, A3, A5, A7, B1, B2, B6, B7 published by Pantomine Music
Track A4 published by Irving Music
Track A6 published by Olrap Publishers
Track B3 published by Jobette Music [Sic]
Track B4 published by Sony/ATV Harmony
Track B5 published by Fame Publishing


  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out area side A [hand-etched]): MPO VPGSRL 602 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out area side B [hand-etched]): MPO VPGSRL 602 B
  • Barcode ((Text)): 054645060219
  • Label Code: LC 05923


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – VP Music Group, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – VP Music Group, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Randy's Studio
  • Recorded At – Dynamic Sounds Studios
  • Recorded At – Federal Records Studio
  • Recorded At – Harry J's Recording Studio
  • Recorded At – Joe Gibbs Studio
  • Mixed At – King Tubby's Studio
  • Mixed At – Randy's Studio
  • Mixed At – Dynamic Sounds Studios
  • Published By – Pantomine Music
  • Published By – Irving Music
  • Published By – Olrap Publishers
  • Published By – Jobete Music
  • Published By – Sony/ATV Harmony
  • Published By – Fame Publishing


Great LP, but badly manufactured. First copy I got had scuffs all over the record.
Second copy -> Even more worse.
Decided to keep the first I got because it plays somewhat better then the other. It's 2016, why do they still use these shitty paper sleeves?