Digitally remastered and expanded edition. By the dawn of the Seventies, Leslie Kong's Beverley's Records was firmly established as Jamaica's premier record label, having secured a series of major international hits by some of the island's finest talents. Having secured rights to Kong's output the previous year, London-based reggae giant, Trojan Records, had wasted little time showcasing the Kingston-based producer's work on a series of 7" singles and albums. Among the LPs to see issue in 1970 were two 'various artist' compilations: the recently reissued Hot Shots Of Reggae and the equally sought-after King Size Reggae. Available on CD for the first time ever, the latter features some of the finest Jamaican recordings of the period, with the track-listing bolstered by no less than 19 Leslie Kong-produced bonus tracks, many of which appear on CD for the first time. A perfect companion to the Hot Shots Of Reggae CD, or simply a superb stand-alone collection in it's own right, this long overdue release is an essential purchase for fans seeking the best in classic reggae sounds.