Type 'with' into the search engine and 113 pages come up! Pretty big slip up then.Comment by Charlie Chalk:
That slipped through and has now been changed. We don't normally include backing bands as part of the artist name, unless they are an intrinsic part of the act's name - e.g. Bob Marley And The Wailers, Justin Hinds And The Dominoes, Cliff Richard And The Shadows, etc.
You wouldn't go into a shop and ask for the latest record by "Justin Hinds And The Dominoes With Tommy McCook And The Supersonics".
Details of the backing bands can be included in the notes.Comment by rufftuff:
One rule for moderators, one rule for the rest re writing up what is on the label? See your postings on Unity UN 002 / 004.
Great rock steady double-sider from Slim Smith accompanied with vocal backing probably by the Freedom Singers. Both sides enjoyed a revival in the 1980s due to its enduring backing tracks. The Rougher Yet rythum was used for DJ Lone Ranger's Love Bump on Studio One. London DJ Smiley Culture adopted the Never Let Go rythum for his pop hit, Police Officer among many covers of the rythum that's graced many a dancehall session.