You'd think that every good, great or terrible Bob Marley recording ever cut had already been digitally remastered and issued numerous times by now, but evidently not. So many Marley singles were being pressed up by different parties in Jamaica during the mid- to late 60s that some amazing overlooked sides are still popping up.
Another Dance collects 18 tracks the Wailers recorded for Coxsone Dodd, all of them alternate takes or radically different mixes from the well-known versions that appeared on Jamaican 7s, and they're great.
This material dates from Marley's pre-prophet days, when the Wailers were still very much an Impressions-inspired harmony group that liked to get down with some ska party grooves. It nevertheless offers an intriguing view of their early development from a slightly different angle, highlighted by a rare gospel track, I Left My Sins, issued in tiny numbers on Dodd's obscure Tabernacle imprint. Who knew?