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ALCAPONE, DENNIS - YEAH YEAH YEAH: MASH UP THE DANCE

ALCAPONE, DENNIS - YEAH YEAH YEAH: MASH UP THE DANCE

On vinyl, here's a wonderful compilation featuring many highlights from the reggae DJ and producer's rich catalogue. SIDE 1: 1. Go Deh 2. Wise Man From The East 3. It Must Come 4. Guns Don't Argue 5. Steve Austin 6. No Place Like Home 7. Blessed Are The Meek SIDE 2: 1. ... read more »

 

CAMPBELL, CORNELL - BOXING

CAMPBELL, CORNELL - BOXING

Cornell Campbell's classic 1982 dancehall album, reissued on vinyl!

 

CLARKE, JOHNNY - DON'T STAY OUT LATE

CLARKE, JOHNNY - DON'T STAY OUT LATE

Johnny Clarke stands tall as one of the great vocalists that ruled the Jamaican reggae scene from the mid 1970s to the early 1980s dancehall period. This is a reissue of his 1977 album'Don't Stay Out Late'.

 

CLARKE, JOHNNY - JAH JAH WE PRAY

CLARKE, JOHNNY - JAH JAH WE PRAY

This 2009 compilation album sees a welcome reissue on vinyl. Johnny Clarke ruled the dancehall in the mid '70s, using the clever 'flyers rhythms' that gave some of his tunes an edge with the sound systems. But his voice was always bigger than this and his versatility to ... read more »

 

COLLINS, DAVE & ANSEL - DOUBLE UP!!

The Jamaican reggae/ska duo of Dave and Ansel Collins hit the big time in 1970 when they topped the UK Charts with one of the all time classic reggae singles, 'Double Barrel'. That tune also became one of the first reggae hits in the USA. This LP collects the duo's finest ... read more »

 

CONGOS - FEAST

CONGOS - FEAST

BACK IN PRINT! Old recordings with newly sung vocals from the excellent Jamaican vocal reggae band. The Congos were formed in the second half of the 1970s by Cedric Myton (previously in The Tartans) and Congo Ashanti Roy (Roydel Johnson).

 

ELLIS, ALTON - TREASURE ISLE 1966-1968

ELLIS, ALTON - TREASURE ISLE 1966-1968

BACK IN PRINT! On vinyl, this is a collection of essential early ska recordings from the acclaimed Jamaican artist. Alton Ellis, previously one half of the duo Alton And Eddy, basically invented the term rocksteady when he gave one of his songs the title 'Get Ready (Do The ... read more »

 

HOLT, JOHN - 3000 VOLTS OF HOLT

HOLT, JOHN - 3000 VOLTS OF HOLT

The '3000 Volts Of Holt' album was the third in a series of records that launched John Holt into the UK charts in the 1970's. To say that every home had a copy of '1000 Volts' and '2000 Volts Of Holt' might be an overstatement but it certainly felt that way, as all good ... read more »

 

HOLT, JOHN - BEFORE THE NEXT TEARDROP

HOLT, JOHN - BEFORE THE NEXT TEARDROP

This release was created during his extremely productive period working with Bunny'Striker'Lee. This reissue of John Holt's classic 1976 album is filled with classic after classic sung by Mr. Holt effortlessly.

 

KELLY, PAT - BETTER GET READY

KELLY, PAT - BETTER GET READY

Pat Kelly out of all the Jamaican singers was influenced most by the voice of American soul singer Sam Cooke. As were indeed many of the singers from that time, few however could carry out this daunting task as well as Pat Kelly. His delivery was perfect and so was his ... read more »

 

KELLY, PAT - JAMAICAN SOUL

KELLY, PAT - JAMAICAN SOUL

Jamaican reggae artist Pat Kelly was strongly influenced by soul singers James Carr, Sam Cooke and Curtis Mayfield. After having fronted The Techniques for about two years, he went solo in 1969. This compilation includes some of his finest solo recordings from the late '60s ... read more »

 

KENRICK, DIGGORY/BUNNY 'STRIKER' LEE - I AM THE GORGON

KENRICK, DIGGORY/BUNNY 'STRIKER' LEE - I AM THE GORGON

'Bunny Striker Lee & The Roots Of Reggae - I Am The Gorgon' is a DVD directed by Diggory Kenrick. It offers a larger than life close-up look at the incredible career of legendary Jamaican record producer Bunny 'Striker' Lee and the real roots of reggae music by the ... read more »

 

KNOWLEDGE - HAIL DREAD

KNOWLEDGE - HAIL DREAD

The group Knowledge and producer/DJ/artist Tapper Zukie's stories are intertwined through their location in the Rema area of Kingston. Tapper Zukie took the band under his wing and got this classic album 'Hail Dread' a worldwide release back in 1979 when it first hit the ... read more »

 

PERKINS, LASCELLES - SING STUDIO ONE AND MORE

PERKINS, LASCELLES - SING STUDIO ONE AND MORE

Lascelles Perkins was one of the first stars of the Jamaican music scene. In the early '60s he was Studio One's leading balladeer and one of the most underrated singers from that time. Lascelles Perkins sang sentimental ballads and scored some massive local hits for Coxsone ... read more »

 

PERRY, LEE - AT WIRL RECORDS

PERRY, LEE - AT WIRL RECORDS

Lee Perry's time at WIRL Records, later to be renamed Dynamic Sounds Studios, was a very productive time in his career. A run of great singles and the shaping of a new sound, the beginning of what we know today as reggae. This LP is both a collection of Perry's work at WIRL ... read more »

 

ROSS, JUNIOR -& THE SPEARS- - BABYLON FALL

ROSS, JUNIOR -& THE SPEARS- - BABYLON FALL

A well known 1992 roots reggae album from Jamaica gets reissued on CD, with additional dub versions!

 

ROSS, JUNIOR -& THE SPEARS- - BABYLON FALL

ROSS, JUNIOR -& THE SPEARS- - BABYLON FALL

A well known 1992 roots reggae album from Jamaica gets reissued on vinyl!

 

SKATALITES - TREASURE ISLE TIME

SKATALITES - TREASURE ISLE TIME

BACK IN PRINT! This excellent compilation from the legendary ska outfit was originally released in 2011. SIDE 1: 1. Alley Cat 2. Cool Smoker 3. Street Corner 4. Mesopotamia 5. Magnificent Ska 6. Storm Warning 7. Nuclear Weapon SIDE 2: 1. Stampede 2. Ali Pang 3. Burning ... read more »

 

SMITH, SLIM - KEEP THE LIGHT SHINING

SMITH, SLIM - KEEP THE LIGHT SHINING

Slim Smith is high on the list of great singers that came out of Jamaica. Although Jamaica was bursting with musical talent, few could match his soulful and heartfelt style. Sadly he had a very short career, but he produced a catalogue of music that still stands the test of ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - BORN TO LOVE YOU: JAMAICAN LOVE SONGS

VARIOUS - BORN TO LOVE YOU: JAMAICAN LOVE SONGS

This fantastic collection of reggae love songs, all of which date back to the late '60s and early '70s, features bands/artists such as Max Romeo, Danvan Carlos, John Holt, The Sensations, Cornell Campbell, Monty Morris, Derrick Morgan, Ken Boothe, The Melodians, Keith Blake ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - BORN TO LOVE YOU: JAMAICAN LOVE SONGS

VARIOUS - BORN TO LOVE YOU: JAMAICAN LOVE SONGS

This fantastic collection of reggae love songs, all of which date back to the late '60s and early '70s, features bands/artists s.a. Max Romeo, Danvan Carlos, John Holt, The Sensations, Cornell Campbell, Monty Morris, Derrick Morgan, Ken Boothe, The Melodians, Keith Blake ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - JUMPING WITH MR LEE

VARIOUS - JUMPING WITH MR LEE

Many of Jamaica's great ska tunes from the period 1967-1968 came out of the stable of Bunny "Striker" Lee, who had just become a producer in his own right and at the same time started his imprint label Lees. This collection features recordings of The Sensations, ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ROCKSTEADY HITS THE TOWN

VARIOUS - ROCKSTEADY HITS THE TOWN

Originally dating back to 2010, this compilation features big hits and lesser known cuts from the mighty history of rocksteady. Included are tracks by a.o. Roy Shirly, The Uniques, Ann Reid, The Caribeans, Max Romeo, Glen Adams and others. All the material was recorded ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - SKINHEAD REGGAE 1969

VARIOUS - SKINHEAD REGGAE 1969

BACK IN PRINT! Here's a great vinyl compilation of original rudeboy sounds, dating back to the years 1969-'70. TRACKS: 1. WARFARE - BUNNY LEE ALL STARS 2. THE CONQUERER - DERRICK MORGAN 3. BOSSA MOON - SS BINNS 4. THE RETURN OF JACK SLADE - DERRICK MORGAN 5. ANNIE PAMA - ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - SOME-A-HOLLA SOME-A-BAWL

VARIOUS - SOME-A-HOLLA SOME-A-BAWL

'SOUNDS FROM KINGSTON TOWN JAMAICA' - orange Street, Kingston, Jamaica was the epicentre of the reggae world, where all the record shops, studios and pressing plants were based. The new cut 45's would be taken to the shops after a testing on various sound systems around the ... read more »

 

 


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