Additional information about this Harry J. & The Allstars vinyl art.
Harry J. & The Allstars – The Artist
Harry Zephaniah Johnson (6 July 1945 – 3 April 2013), known by the stage name Harry J, was a Jamaican reggae record producer. He also set up his own record label Harry J and recording studios. Known as the Harry J Studio, Bob Marley & The Wailers recorded some of their albums there in the 1970s. The studio was also popular with many British and other musicians including the Rolling Stones, The Who, and Grace Jones.
Liquidator – The Song
Liquidator was written by Jamacan Harry J and performed by him and his session band, The Allstars. This instrumental single became one of the anthems of the emerging skinhead youth subculture and a popular football anthem.
The Wolverhampton Wanderers Wolf – The Shape
Liquidator is chosen as a tribute to the winners of the UEFA Champions League. It is also a popular tune to play as football teams run out: Chelsea, Wycombe Wanderers, Northampton Town, Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Bromwich Albion, Yeovil Town and St. Johnstone all have claims to have been the first club to use it.
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