Independent Reggae label: Solid Sound Records was owned by Count Shelly and handled by Third World.  Solid Sound managed at least a couple of seven-inch singles, both of them in 1977; numbering was in an SS-000 series.  First out of the blocks was 'Love' by The Main Attractions (SS-001); second - and last, was Frankie J. & The Aggrovators' 'Ghetto Feelings' (SS-002).  SS-003, 'Don't Walk Away' by TMT came out in 1979 and appears to have been twelve-inch only, as does Hopeton Junior's 'Whip Down Wicked Man' (SSD-001).  The last two had black labels with the company's name in a different type of font. Distributed By Third World Records. Solid Sound Records Former address: Third World Recording Co. Ltd.113A Stoke Newington Road, London N16 and 261 High Road Park, Tottenham, London N15 4 RR. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

77 Pablo Augustus & Main Atractions  Doug's Love SOLID SOUND  SS 001
77 Frankie & The Agrovators  Ghetto Feelings  SOLID SOUND  SS 002
79 TMT  Don't Walk Away (12") SOLID SOUND  SS 003

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