From Nassau to Kingston: FUNKY NASSAU became FUNKY JAMAICA in its Jamaican cover version.

Funk
Original Artist Composer Jamaican Artist / Title / Producer
James Brown "Papa´s Got A Brand New Bag" (King 1966) James Brown Soul Brothers "Brand New Ska" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1966)
James Brown "Make It Funky" (Polydor 1971) James Brown, Charles Bobbitt Ernest Wilson & the Basement Heaters "Make It Reggae" (Harry Mudie, Moodisc 1971)
Byron Lee & the Dragonaires "Make It Reggae" (Byron Lee, Dynamic 1972)
Isley Brothers "It's Your Thing" (t Neck 1969) R. Isley, O. Isley, R. Isley Alton Ellis "It's Your Thing" (Winston Riley, Techniques 1970)
Anonymously Yours "It's Your Thing" (Ted Powder, blank 1969)
Beginning Of The End "Funky Nassau" (Alston 1971) R. Munnings, F. Fitzgerald Prince Buster "Funky Jamaica" (Prince Buster, Prince Buster 1971)
Hopeton Lewis "Funky Kingston" (Winston Blake, Dynamic LP 1971)
Betty Wright "Clean Up Woman" (Alston 1971) Clarence Reid, Willie Clarke Cynthia Richards "Clean Up Woman" (Reid 1972)
Chakachas "Jungle Fever" (Polydor 1972) Bill Ador Cynthia Richards "Jungle Fever" (Duke Reid, Duke Reid Greatest Hits 1972)
Meters "Look-Ka-Py-Py" (Josie 1969) Ziggy Modeliste, Art Neville, Leo Nocentelli, George Porter, Jr. Winston Wright "Moon Invader" (Duke Reid, blank 1969)
Lloyd Charmers "Look-Ea-Py-Py" (Lloyd Charmers, Explosion UK 1970)
Winstons "Amen Brother" (Metromedia 1969)
using the melody of the traditional gospel song "Amen", also recorded by the Impressions, Otis Redding and others
trad. Hot Rod All Stars "Skinhead Speaks His Mind" (Lambert Briscoe, Hot Rod 1970)
Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band "Express Yourself" (Warner Bros 1970) Charles Wright Leroy Sibbles "Express Yourself" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1971)
Byron Lee "Express Yourself" (Byron Lee, Dynamic LP 1971)
Hopeton Lewis "Express Yourself" (Winston Blake, Dynamic LP 1971)
Bernard "Pretty" Purdie "Funky Donkey" (Date 1968) Bernard Purdie Alton Ellis & Ed Nangle "Whipping the Prince" (Clement Dodd, Coxsone 1967)
The Rhine Oaks "Tampin" (Atco 1969) Allen Toussaint The Boss "Great Muga Ruga" (Clement Dodd, Studio One 1967)
Manu Dibango "Soul Makossa" (Atlantic 1972) Manu Dibango Brent Dowe "Reggae Makossa" (Sonia Pottinger, Gay Feet 1973)
King Floyd "Groove Me" (Malaco 1970) King Floyd Owen Gray "Groove Me" (Sidney Crooks, Camel UK 1971)
Maytones "Groove Me" (Alvin Ranglin, Typhoon 1971)
Keelyn Beckford "Groove Me" (Alvin Ranglin, Typhoon 1971)
Dave Barker "Groove Me" (Lee Perry, Upsetter 1971)
Jean Knight "Mr. Big Stuff" (Stax 1971) Broussard Danny Ray "Sister Big Stuff" (Dandy Livingstone, Big Shot UK 1971)
John Holt "Sister Big Stuff" (Duke Reid, Treasure Isle 1971)
Prince Buster "Sister Big Stuff" (Prince Buster, Prince Buster1972)
70's Soul
Original Artist Composer Jamaican Artist / Title / Producer
Chi-Lites "I Forgot to Say I Love You Till I'm Gone" (Brunswick LP 'Chi-Lites' 1973) Eugene Record, Stan McKenney John Holt "Till I'm Gone" (Bunny Lee, Weed Beat LP 1977)
Chi-Lites "Yes I'm Ready (If I Don't Get To Go)" (Brunswick 1971) Eugene Record, Reve' Gipson Eric Morris "Ready To Go" (Bonny Frankson, Ackee 1973)
Lou Rawls "You Will Never Find Another Love Like Mine" (Philadelphia International 1976) Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff John Holt "You Will Never Find Another Love Like Mine" (Bunny Lee, Weed Beat LP 1977)
Spinners "It's A Shame" (V.I.P. 1970) Stevie Wonder, Lee Garrett, Syreeta Wright Delroy Wilson "It's A Shame" (Joseph Hoo Kim, Well Charge 1974)
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