Independent Reggae label: Rapp Records was a DIY label. It was owned by Roy 'G' Hemmings.  The only record so far traced on it is the one shown, 'Children Of The Revolution' by the same Roy Gee, issued in 1975.  Sadly it's not a cover of the T. Rex track: it's a plea for peace and universal brotherhood, and it's spiced with plenty of those synthesizer 'peeeowww' noises that popped up on records from time to time in that era.  The label design is eye-catching. Distributed By Rapp Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

75 Roy Gee Children Of The Revolution RAPP RGP 001

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