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ANDY, HORACE - NATTY DREAD A WEH SHE WANT

ANDY, HORACE - NATTY DREAD A WEH SHE WANT

'Natty Dread A Weh She Want' brings together two legends of reggae music. The stylish and unmistakable falsetto voice of singer Horace Andy and the production/DJ singing skills of Tapper Zukie make for a wonderful release. The album was originally released in 1978, now ... read more »

 

CAMPBELL, CORNELL - BOXING

CAMPBELL, CORNELL - BOXING

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

 

CARLOS, DON - WIPE THE WICKED CLEAN

He began his musical career in 1973, when alongside Garth Dennis and Derrick Ducky Simpson he formed one of Reggae's foremost groups' Black Uhuru. He then joined Wailing Souls before going solo under his shorter name Don Carlos. This compilation-CD is hard to beat as it ... 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 CD collects the duo's finest ... read more »

 

LEE, BUNNY 'STRIKER' - STRIKES BACK: THE SOUND OF STUDIO ONE

LEE, BUNNY 'STRIKER' - STRIKES BACK: THE SOUND OF STUDIO ONE

A great collection of Bunny 'Striker' Lee's Studio 1 recordings from the early '70s. Featured artists include Dennis Brown, John Holt, Delroy Wilson, Horace Andy, Ken Boothe, Jackie Edwards, Johnny Clarke and others.

 

LEE, BUNNY/VARIOUS - JAMAICAN ROCKERS 1975-1979

LEE, BUNNY/VARIOUS - JAMAICAN ROCKERS 1975-1979

Some of producer Bunny Lee's best cuts from the second half of the '70s, collected on one shiny compact disc. TRACKS: 01. CONTROL YOUR DAUGHTERS - CORNELL CAMPBELL 02. CHILDREN OF ISRAEL - DENNIS BROWN 03. ROCKERS TIME NOW - JOHNNY CLARKE 04. DEVILS THRONE - JUNIOR DELGADO ... read more »

 

MIGHTY DIAMONDS - LEADERS OF BLACK COUNTRIES

MIGHTY DIAMONDS - LEADERS OF BLACK COUNTRIES

Presented on CD, this is a sweet selection of rootsy reggae from one of Jamaica's most famous vocal groups. The immaculate vocal harmonies of Donald 'Tappy' Shaw (lead), Fitzroy 'Bunny' Simpson and Lloyd 'Judge' Ferguson grace productions from Joe Gibbs, Gussie Clarke and ... read more »

 

MORGAN, DERRICK - THIS IS DERRICK MORGAN

A sweet CD- reissue of this 1974 reggae album by DERRICK MORGAN, who's also worked with Desmond Dekker, Bob Marley and Jimmy Cliff. The album was officially known as 'In The Mood...' while 'This Is Derrick Morgan' was the original work title.

 

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

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 »

 

SMITH, SLIM - KEEP THE LIGHT SHINING

Slim Smith's name is high on the list of great singers that came out of Jamaica. This compilation, of course, includes the '69 single 'Keep That Light Shining On Me' and many more of his reggae and rocksteady gems.

 

VARIOUS - BUNNY LEE'S AGRO SOUNDS 101 ORANGE STREET

To say BUNNY LEE (a.k.a. Striker) and his music dominated the world of reggae during the '70s would be a complete understatement. Striker was everywhere, travelling between his Kingston-based record store (Agro Sounds at 101 Orange Street) and London, where he set up his ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - I AM THE GORGON O.S.T.

Bunny Lee is known by many aliases, including Striker and Gorgon. It was Cornell Campbell's 'Gorgon', produced by Bunny in 1975, that proved to be one of the defining records of the mid '70s when cut after cut after cut of this flying cymbals extravaganza dominated the ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - KINGSTON ALLSTARS MEET DOWNTOWN AT KING TUBBY

A collection of classic dub/reggae from the years 1973-1976, including tracks by Freddie McKay, Horace Andy, Ronnie Davis, Yabby U, Cornell Campbell, Linval Thompson, Johnny Clarke, Jimmy Riley and others.

 

VARIOUS - KINGSTON ALLSTARS MEET DOWNTOWN AT KING TUBBY

BACK IN PRINT! A collection of classic dub/reggae from the years 1973-1976, including tracks by Freddie McKay, Horace Andy, Ronnie Davis, Yabby U, Cornell Campbell, Linval Thompson, Johnny Clarke, Jimmy Riley and others.

 

VARIOUS - MIDNIGHT TO SIX... FIRST TIME FROM JAMAICA

VARIOUS - MIDNIGHT TO SIX... FIRST TIME FROM JAMAICA

Live reggae recordings from a legendary night at London's Hammersmith Palais venue, featuring Dillinger, Leroy Smart, Delroy Wilson (all the first time from Jamaica) and Ken Boothe. This was the 1977 show that inspired Clash-member Joe Strummer to write the song 'White Man ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - MIDNIGHT TO SIX... FIRST TIME FROM JAMAICA

VARIOUS - MIDNIGHT TO SIX... FIRST TIME FROM JAMAICA

Live reggae recordings from a legendary night at London's Hammersmith Palais venue, featuring Dillinger, Leroy Smart, Delroy Wilson (all the first time from Jamaica) and Ken Boothe. This was the 1977 show that inspired Clash-member Joe Strummer to write the song 'White Man ... read more »

 

VARIOUS - ROCKSTEADY FEVER

Here Kingston Sounds have compiled some of the biggest hits from the Rocksteady era alongside some lesser known cuts that deserve to be re-evaluated.

 

VARIOUS - SKA FROM THE VAULTS OF WIRL RECORDS

Ska was the name given to the music that came out of Jamaica between 1961-'66. The style was largely based on the American R&B and Doo Wop records that the Sound Systems in Kingston Town used to play. This disc collects some of the best SCORCHING SKA SOUNDS that came ... read more »

 

ZUKIE, TAPPER - TAPPER ROOTS

The second full-length that Jamaican artist Tapper Zukie released on Virgin Records' reggae subsidiary Front Line in the late '70s. This is a CD-reissue with two bonus tracks.

 

 


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