VITAL DUB STRICTLY ROCKERS (1976, Well Charge)
This lp is never credited to the Diamonds, and has very little in the way of vocal bits. However, this excellent album features dubs of great early Diamonds Channel One songs. Top notch mix by Ernest Hookim and Ossie Hibbert.
CHILDREN OF BABYLON (1979, Rainbow/Kbanda) 'Various artists' soundtrack featuring the likes of Harold Butler, Pam Hall and Beres Hammond. The Diamonds contribute a long version of 'Children Of Babylon'.
30 YEARS OF JAMAICAN MUSIC ON THE GO VOL. 2 (1996, Rhino Records) Double CD that includes Bunny Lee's early production of 'Jah Jah Bless The Dreadlocks'.
SOUNDS & PRESSURE VOL. 2 (1996, Pressure Sounds/On U) Includes Pat Francis (Jah Lloyd) production of 'Shame And Pride'. Also includes Well Charge 7" mix of 'Poor Marcus'.
SPOTLIGHT ON REGGAE VOL 11 (1990, Rocky One) Compilation of Joe Gibbs/Errol Thompson productions. Includes 'Just Like A River' by Diamonds.
THE MIGHTY TWO: JOE GIBBS AND ERROL THOMPSON (1992, Heartbeat) Contains 'Ghetto Living' recorded at Gibbs' studio.
OPEN THE GATE (1989, Trojan) Double CD of Lee Perry/Black Ark productions. The Mighty Diamonds have a track (12" style with Scratch's children on the extended mix) titled 'Talk About It'.
CALLING RASTAFARI (1982, Nighthawk) Wonderful compilation of various 'roots' groups. The Diamonds rerecorded '4000 Years' for the lp.
REGGAE SUNSPLASH '81 (1982, Elektra) features a live version of 'Right Time'.
FIRE ON THE MOUNTAIN - REGGAE CELEBRATES THE GRATEFUL DEAD (1996, Pow Wow Records) Diamonds perform 'Touch Of Grey'.