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Bob Marley (Profiles)by Chris MayEvans Brothers
Nice story/study of Bob. Secondhand hardback USA book
SmokyLet My People GoBig M
Rare and obscure roots single from the mid 70s produced by Clive Chin of Randy's records fame. Repressed on original label Big M Records a product of heavy...
Bob Marley: Lyrical Geniusby Kwame DawesSanctuary Publishing Ltd
This is a comprehensive and in-depth look at the lyrics of Bob MarleySecondhand paperback
Horace MartinGive Me The VivesTop Ranking Sound
Killer rare roots vocal 1987 tune from Horace Martin, originally a b-side on the "Suzie" Music Track 12" produced by Alvin Ranglin.
The ViceroysRise In The Strength Of JahTop Ranking Sound
Heavy Linval Thompson and Roots Radics sound from 1982 with lead vocals by Norris Reid. The Viceroys are one Jamaica’s greatest exports originally forming...
Susan CadoganTake Me BackJump Up! Records
Recorded in Canada and Jamaica with the Chicago based label Jump Up! Records who stand by their motto " Jamaican music made the old fashioned way"...
VariousDoin' The Popcorn Ska: Golden Oldies Volume 1Discotheque Records
Pop goes Ska featuring Neil Sedaka, Annette, The Fleetwoods and Baby Earl & The Trini-dads, limited 7" vinyl.
VariousDoin' The Popcorn Ska: Golden Oldies Volume 2Discotheque Records
Pop goes Ska from the sixties featuring Steve Alaimo, The Angels, Hamilton King & Tracey Dey. Limited 7" on Brown vinyl.
VariousDoin' The Popcorn Ska: Golden Oldies Volume 3Discotheque Records
Pop goes Ska in the sixties on limited 7" yellow vinyl featuring Jeff Bowen, Pussycats, Marketts & The Rockin' Rebels.
Johnny ClarkeStop Them JahJackpot
Heavyweight early eighties version of "Stop Them Jah" with dub version from King Tubby's studio 
Roy Panton & Yvonne HarrisonWith FriendsLiquidator
One of the first vocal duets in the Ska and Rocksteady jamaican scene, both singing together or with their own solo careers, are going to see released,...
Joydan meets Sista AwaAfrican RootsHuba
New vocal roots on Huba Records from Portugal featuring vocalist Sista Awa with dub on flip.
The PioneersGreetings From The PioneersAmalgamated Records
The Pioneers rare first album from 1968, reissued with original repro sleeve and Amalgamated label. Killer Rocksteady tunes produced by Joe Gibbs featuring...
Shanti DJust Doing The JobBerry's Records
BERRY'S RECORDS proudly present those two brand new 7" inch vinyl produced by ROOTS RAID featuring SHANTI D and PETER YOUTHMAN. This serie based on...
Dub ArtilleryRise Up RastamanZulu Vibes
New roots instrumental featuring the Singe Verts Horn Section produced by Zulu Vibes & Prophecy Sound System.
Yabby YouI'm Just A DreadJah Fingers Music
New reissues from Jah Fingers label featuring three Yabby You tunes, "I'm Just A Dread" deep roots at it's finest, with new mixes as added bonus.
Yabby You feat. TrinityStop Your QuarrellingJah Fingers Music
Deep heavyweight roots vocal & rhythm from Yabby You with Sly & Robbie plus Dee Jay Trinity on the extended mix. Check the new dub mixes 
  • 1. Yabby You – Stop Your Quarrelling (Extended Mix)
  • 2. Jah Fingers All Stars – Dub Mix 1
  • 3. Jah Fingers All Stars – Dub Mix 2
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Yardieby Victor HeadleyThe Atlantic Monthly Press
Wicked book! 'the boo-yacka of all modern gangster novels'. Seriously, the bomb! out-of-print secondhand paperback
VibronicsCrisisPartial Records
Melodica led instrumental roots from 1999, reissued by the ever reliable Partial Records. 
DigidWe Nah GoZamZam Sounds
New limited electronic dub music from Zam Zam sounds direct from USA.
Johenson / Leroy VersionCarry On / Sweeter Than BrandyMelodycar
Wicked electronic dub experiments on Harmonious Thelonious' promising new Melodycar label - Rhythm & Sound style cuts from the Salon Des...
Reggae BloodlinesIn Search of the Music and Culture of JamaicaHeineman (1981)
Very groovy 1981 edition of this great reggae book with lots of text and WICKED photos. s/hand out of print large format paperback in ok condition...
Steelbands & ReggaeBy Pail FarmerLongman (1981/88)
Nice out of print pamphlet
Sonny OkosunFire In Soweto (1978)EMI
Funky afro-beat reggae funk Original Nigerian vinyl. Vinyl VG, sleeve G+High-end Audio Desk Systeme Pro Machine Utrasonic cleaned+
Prince JazzboWise Shepherd / Donkey Blind (1975)Action (3)
 Two killer Jazzbo sides! Mint unplayed Canadian orig. 1975 pressing. (listen actual audio)
Derrick MorganBelly WomanHop
Fast early Skinhead reggae on a-side, slower rocksteady on the flip. According to Derrick Morgan, there is no Paulette Morgan, Pauline Morgan is his sister.
ImperialsBlack Is SoulSpade
"Black Is Soul" originally released in JA on a small run blank label 7", then released in the UK on Pama's Bullet outlet. Flip side is a reggae remake...
The ClarendoniansBurning FireDrum Beat
"Burning Fire" was recorded in 1968, produced by Ernest Wilson's brother Kenneth Wilson and his aunty Evelyn Carty with the Hippy Boys riding the riddim....
KC WhiteCan't Go OnSoul Proff
Greatest Rocksteady! Lloyd Barnes recorded KC White on this Munchie Jackson riddim, so it was told by KC White, but this riddim is actually a riddim from...
The EthiopiansCut Down On Your SpeedUpsetter
Early Reggae time: the Ethiopians as a Duo (Stephen Taylor and Leonard Dillon) riding rough on the riddim. Flip side has Dave Barkers early version of...
The RulersDon't Be RudeJ.J.
Two killer rocksteady tunes on the same riddim side by side. The Rulers recorded several songs during the "rude boy area" including their biggest hit "Copasetic".
Jack Lord & The DisciplesEcononmic CrisisBlack Art
Originally released as by Jack Lord, this is Kingstonians lead singer Jackie Bernard singing about the day to day struggle and the rise of cost of living....
The Mighty DiamondsTalk About ItUpsetter
In the early years, the Mighty Diamonds were actually called the Diamonds or Tabby and the Diamonds, they were recording since 1969. "Talk About It" is...
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