Sugar Simone: King without a throne/Suddenly


Released as Sue WI 4029. Keith “Sugar” Simone was born in Jamaica but emigrated to the UK in 1961. He became a recording engineer for a music publishing company who were among the backers of a pirate radio station called Radio Atlanta. Their Carnival Records released some singles by “Sugar and Dandy”. Wikipedia beleives these were Dandy Livingstone double tracked, but we suggest that Sugar Simone might be “Sugar” in “Sugar and Dandy”‘s “What a life” which was released on Carnival Records in 1964.

Sugar Simone’s recording “King Without a Throne” was recorded by Island Records in 1967 and released on the Sue label; it remains Sugar Simone’s best known record. Simone also recorded under the name Tito Simon and had recordings issued on the Trojan label.

Did not chart.


Collectors Frenzy | 14555

WTTM Radio | 14556

Updated 4 September 2016



Tony Washington and the DCs, Show me how/Boof ska


Sue WI 327, issued in September 1964. “Show me how you milk the cow”, the old Louis Jordan song, was a British recording which was a hit in Sweden. The recording was re-released as a track in a Trojan label boxed CD collection.

Chart position data not available.


Data record Updated 26 July 2016