Phil Pratt

George Phillips

Also known as A. Philpratt, George Phillpratt, P. Prat, P. Pratt, Phil (Guitar) Pratt, Phil Prat, Phill, Phill Prat, Phill Pratt, Philpratt, Pratt
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Discography of Phil Pratt:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Safe Travel With Phil Pratt & Friends 1966 - 1968 23 Audio 2005
2 The War Is On Dub Style 8 Audio Phill Pratt
3 Star Wars Dub 9 Audio 1978 Burning Sounds
4 Winey Winey / There Is A Place 2 Audio 1971 Punch
5 Reach Out / Dirty Dozen 2 Audio 1968 Caltone
6 No One To Give Me Love / Safe Travel 2 Audio 1968 Caltone
7 Little Things / Dirty Dozens 2 Audio 2006-12-05 Sunshot
8 The Best Dub Album In The World 9 Audio 1976 Student
9 Star Wars Volume 2 11 Audio 1996 Not On Label
10 Dial ·M· For Murder - In Dub Style 10 Audio 2011 Pressure Sounds
11 Don't Believe 2 Audio Sounds United (2)
12 Reach Out / Tag A Long 2 Audio 2006 Sunshot
13 Sweet Song For My Baby / What Kind Of Man 2 Audio 2011
14 No One To Give Me Love / Safe Travel 2 Audio Caltone
15 Reach Out / Tag A Long 2 Audio 2006 Sunshot
16 Little Things / Dirty Dozens 2 Audio Sunshot
17 Sweet Song For My Baby / I Am Restless 4 Audio 1968 Jolly (2)


Born 1950 in Kingston/Jamaica, Phil Pratt is one of the most crucial reggae producers. He started to work at Studio One during the rocksteady era, and then moved on to [l=Caltone], where, as a sublabel, he launched [l=Sunshot]. Pratt was the one to push forward the young [a=Horace Andy], and during the 1970s he worked with other key artists of that era - singers like [a=Al Campbell] and [a=Dennis Brown] as well as deejays like [a=Dennis Alcapone] and [a=Jah Woosh].

In the early 1980s Phil Pratt moved to London, and when the digital dancehall era set in, he quit music business and opened a restaurant. Many of Phil Pratt's productions have been reissued through the French [l=Jet Set Records].


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