The Jamaican reggae record producer Harry Zephaniah Johnson, better known under his stage-name Harry J, started working as a producer at the end of the 60s. He combined some of his recordings on the 1970 album What Am I To Do?. The title track by Tony Scott is the most famous song that can be found on this album. It's one of those exciting tracks in which you can hear the true Jamaican skills in the dub and reggae sounds. Another great track is the instrumental and horn-driven "Wha Pen".
This mono recording is available as a limited edition of 750 copies on orange colored vinyl.
SIDE A1. WHAT AM I TO DO? — TONY SCOTT
2. SINCE YOU'VE BEEN GONE — ERIC FATTER
3. RICH IN LOVE — GLEN ADAMS
4. EARLY IN THE MORNING — JAMAICANS
5. COOL DOWN — WINSTON HINES
6. WHA PEN — KING PEN
SIDE B1. HOLD THE PUSSY — KID GUNGO
2. DARLING IF YOU LOVE ME — TONY SCOTT
3. SATURDAY NIGHT — TONY SCOTT
4. ZUMBELLY — THE WOODPECKERS
5. BRING BACK THAT SMILE — TONY SCOTT
6. MR. LONELY — JAMAICANS