|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Lover Boy / Oh My!||2||Audio||1960||Blue Beat|
|2||Rough & Tough / The Mood I Am In||2||Audio||1963||Blue Beat|
|3||Cool School / Joker||2||Audio||1960||Blue Beat|
|4||Till The End Of Time / What Makes Honey||2||Audio||1960||Blue Beat|
|5||On The Beach / Don't Try Me (Version)||2||Audio||Treasure Isle|
|6||Dukes Cookies / I Wanna Love||2||Audio||1960||Blue Beat|
|7||Dukes Cookies / I Wanna Love||2||Audio||Duke Reid's|
|8||Till The End Of Time / What Makes Honey||2||Audio||1960||Duke Reid's|
|9||Penny Reel / Darling When||2||Audio||1964||Treasure Isle|
|10||Pink Lane Shuffle / Low Down Dirty Girl||2||Audio||1960||Duke (2)|
Group formed by [a=Arthur "Duke" Reid] as his own backing band who backed young singers like [a=Derrick Morgan] and [a=Jiving Juniors, The].
Those 'groups', as it goes, were often drawn from the same nucleus of musicians, who would simply change their name according to which sound system man (or producer, as they were becoming known) they were working for that day. Trojan? Fine, we're Duke Reid's group. [a=Clement "Coxsone" Dodd]? Yeah, now we're [a=Blues Blasters, The]. And so on. On dozens of those early records from Jamaican R&B's 1958 - 62 heyday, the band included permutations of sax men [a=Roland Alphonso], [a=Val Bennett] and Stanley 'Ribs' Notice, trumpeter's Ray Harper and Oswald [a=Baba Brooks], trombonists [a=Rico Rodriguez] and [a=Don Drummond], double-bassists [a=Cluett Johnson] and [a=Lloyd Brevett], pianists [a=Theophilus Beckford] and [a=Owen Gray], guitarists [a=Ernest Ranglin] and [a=Dennis Sindrey] (remarkably, an Australian), and drummers Arkland '[a=Drumbago]' Parks and [a=Lloyd Knibbs].