** First ever release on 7” 45 single. AAA Transfers from analogue mastertapes. Audiophile-grade vinyl – single one-off batch limited-edition pressing. New artwork authentically recreated on heavyweight gloss sleeves. Cut at Abbey Road Studios by Grammy award winning engineer, Sean Magee. Manufactured at Pallas Group GmbH, Germany. Metallic hype sticker ** For his MPS album ‘Rass’, Monty Alexander returned to Jamaica to turn out a jazz-funk groover. Recorded in Kingston in 1974, the date assembled some of the island’s most in-demand sessions musicians, including Ernest Ranglin and Jackie Jackson. Sort after for Alexander’s heavily sampled Al Greene cover, ‘Love and Happiness’, forming the backdrop to productions by Pete Rock, Large Professor, Q-Tip and The Beatnuts. The session has remained unissued on vinyl since the 70s and is presented here on 45 for the first time, cut directly from the master tape. On side B we find ‘Yellow Bird’, a traditional Caribbean melody played with funky calypso-reggae-ska inflections.