The Rojac Singles Box is presented in a collector's 45 rpm record carrying case with an alligator-textured finish featuring a three color embossed metal Rojac logo. The set includes seven classic Rojac and Tay-Ster singles with faithful reproductions of the original labels. Each box also includes a pair of unique 7" slipmats emblazoned with the Rojac logo. Founded in 1963 Rojac Records was Jack Taylor's attempt to capture the musical pulse of Harlem. Through out the 60s (and into the 80s) the imprint released a steady stream of releases. Whether they were hits or near hits they're all exceptional in quality. This deluxe collector's set highlights some of the best singles from the Rojac catalog including Big Maybelle's 1967 offering, "I Can't Wait Any Longer", Chico and Buddy's frenetic funk on 1971's "A Thing Called The Jones", and many more including Little Jewel's "I Want To", the first single issued on the Tay-Ster imprint and Tolbert's "I've Got It" released in 1982 as the last 7" issued on the Rojac imprint. The story of Jack Taylor's storied imprint has a new chapter with this deluxe collectors edition. Each set also includes a bonus eighth 7": an all new Kenny Dope edit of The Third Guitar's "Baby Don't Cry". Both the vocal and instrumental edit are included on a special red vinyl pressing
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.