This show features the sounds of the Wailing Souls, the group that Winston "Pipe" Matthews formed the core of for many years. In the early days, he got his start with a group called the Schoolboys and they did some work for Prince Buster. Later the group became the Renegades, and included Lloyd "Bread" McDonald and George "Buddy" Hayes. They recorded a number of tunes for Studio One. Eventually Buddy Hayes left and Oswald Downer and Norman Davis joined the group and they produced singles for Studio One under such names as the Wailing Souls, The Classics, Pipe & the Pipers, etc.
Eventually, the line up was back to Winston "Pipe" Matthews, Lloyd "Bread" McDonald and future Black Uhuru member Rudolph "Garth" Dennis. This line up recorded around the late 70s and early 80s. During this time period the group recorded for Joseph Hookim at Channel One and later went on to work with Henry Junjo Lawes.