With jazz 'Reggae In Jazz' has little to do, because in fact this is just an instrumental reggae album Tommy McCook recorded in 1976 for producer Stanley 'Buster' Riley (brother of Winston 'Techniques' Riley). Catchy opener 'Grass Roots' sets the tone for the rest of the album. 'Reggae In Jazz' has its corny moments though, because songs like 'Collin' 1' or 'Sin' (that organ sound!) rather reminded yours truly of a ballroom for old pensioners. For some unclear reason Pressure Sounds found it necessary to add 'Beirut', a 1976 version of the Hot Milk riddim by the Mercenaries, Winston Riley's regular session band, to the original track list of 'Reggae In Jazz'.