Love Me Forever 
Beautiful, clean and loud pressing of Carlton and the Shoes' "Love Me Forever" found on the Full Up: More Hits From Studio One comp out on Heartbeat records (the label known for choice re-issues of the Studio One catalogue).
From the liner notes: '"Love Me Forever", like "Party Time" by the Heptones and "Baby Why" by the Cables, was one of the great hits of the Rock Steady era. This 1968 recording by Carlton Manning, the lead voice, is distinguished because it (like his other songs "This Feeling" and "Happy Land") served as a model for the vocal trio style of The Abyssinians - which included Carlton's two brothers Donald and Linford. Carlton's association with Coxsone led to The Abyssinians' recording "Satta Massa Gana" and "Declaration of Rights", both considered Reggae classics. Carlton sometimes played guitar and bass on Studio One recordings of the period.' - Chris Wilson