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    Prince AllaLot's WifeFreedom Sounds/Iroko
    Roots vocal classic from Keith Blake aka Prince Alla originally released in 1979 on producer Bertram Brown's Freedom Sounds label complete...
    • Prince Alla – Lot's Wife
    • Prince Alla – Lot's Wife (Version)
    ScottyHoly Father From The RootsTobin
    Killer DJ version of Dennis Brown's "Foot Of The Mountain" from the mid 70s with version on the flip. don't delay...won't be around for long!
    • Scotty – Holy Father From The Roots
    • Scotty – Holy Father From The Roots (Version)
    The EthiopiansWell RedJ.J.
    Superb uptempo 1969 cut from The Ethiopians with instrumental on the flip, both JJ records nice presses.
    • The Ethiopians – Well Red
    • JJ Allstars – Mango Tree
    King Jammy's Dancehall Vol. 3: Hard Dancehall Murderer 1985-1989Dub Store
    Murder in the dancehall tonight! Jammy's leading artists boost up the sound system. The Heart and soul of dancehall - singing about the sound over crucial...
    • Gregory Isaacs – The Ruler
    • Nitty Gritty – Butter Bread
    • Nitty Gritty – Rub A Dub Kill You
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    King Jammy's Dancehall Vol. 4: Hard Dancehall Lover 1985-1989Dub Store
    Digital goes romantic. Lover's rock meets dancehall in King Jammy's studio. Love and romance inna digital style, King Jammy presents songs of devotion...
    • Gregory Isaacs – Steal A Little Love
    • Conroy Smith – Sugar Me
    • Tonto Irie – General A General
    RodiganMy Life In Reggae
    This is the unlikely story of David Rodigan: an Army sergeant's son from the English countryside who has become the man who taught the world about Reggae....
    Ronnie DavisGod Bless MeBrooks
    From the last session Ronnie Davis sang before his untimely death, fitting tribute to a great vocalist with help from musicians such as Horsemouth, Flabba...
    • Ronnie Davis – God Bless Me
    • Horsemouth, Flabba, Kenrick & Matic – Tribute Dub
    Derrick MorganPeople DecisionRadiation Roots
    People Decision, voiced at King Tubby's studio for Lee and released by Third World in 1977, sees Morgan in politicised roots reggae mode on songs like...
      The Techniques & FriendsWinston Riley's Rock Steady & Early Reggae 1968-1969Dub Store
      The late Winston Riley formed the Techniques in 1962 and remained a member of the group throughout their career.  Regarded as one of the finest harmony...
      • Dave Barker – Your Love Is A Game
      • The Mad Lads – So Afraid
      • The Techniques – I Feel Alive Again
      • The Techniques – Heart Of A Man
      • The Techniques – What Am I To Do
      • The Techniques – Where Were You
      • The Techniques – The Reason Why
      • The Shades – Never Gonna Give You Up
      • The Techniques – Just One Smile
      • The Techniques – Man Of My Word
      • The Mad Lads – Mother Nature
      • The Mad Lads – I Never Know
      • The Techniques – You Are My Everything
      • The Techniques – Time Has Come
      • The Shades – She's Gonna Marry Me
      !00% Dynamite first night at Electrowerkz!PosterSoul Jazz Records
      What a night! This was the first night that our club moved to the new venue - there was a queue 500-long of people waiting to get in! Oh yes! 50 x 70cm...
      Clive HyltonFrom CreationBlack Art
      Recorded on the Upsetters instrumental "Underground Roots", this is the first time that Clive Hylton's "From Creation" is available on 7" format.
      • Clive Hylton – From Creation
      • Clive Hylton – Version
      Faithful BrothersIniquity WorkersUpsetters
      Slow and powerful song by the Faithful Brothers, produced by the master Lee Perry himself, on one of those early reggae riddims that he could have also...
      • Faithful Brothers – Iniquity Workers
      • Faithful Brothers – Version
      Pad AnthonyLet Me GoJammy's
      Previously unreleased cut from Pad Anthony produced by the then Prince Jammy soon to be King..
      • Pad Anthony – Let Me Go
      • Pad Anthony – Leggo Dub
      Earl ZeroNever Get WearyJammy's
      Previously unreleased roots dubplate vocal cut voiced for Jammy's in the late 70s with dub version on the flip.
      • Earl Zero – Never Get Weary
      • Earl Zero – Weary Dub
      Mike BrooksTale BearerTuff Scout
      Mike Brooks on fine form on this new limited edition 7" only release from Tuff Scout, late 80s sounding rootsy dancehall vibes 
      • Mike Brooks – Tale Bearer
      • Mike Brooks – Speak No Evil Version
      Little Roman (Roman Stewart)Together NowBlank
      Rare early roots recording from Roman Stewart originally released in 1973 on a Jamaican blank only, with version on the flip. Nice clean pressing.
      • Little Roman (Roman Stewart) – Together Now
      • Little Roman (Roman Stewart) – Version
      King Jammy's Dancehall Vol. 2: Digital Roots & Hard Dancehall 1984-1991Various ArtistsDub Store Records
      Killer 20 track gatefold vinyl double album and CD from various artists released by the mighty Dub Store Records! Featuring Dennis Brown,Wailing Souls,...
      • Dennis Brown – History
      • Cornell Campbell – Nothing Don't Come Easy
      • Admiral Tibet – Victim of Babylon
      • Wailing Souls – Move On
      • Tinga Stewart – No Drugs
      • Pad Anthony – Dangerous System
      • Wackad – Cry for the Youths
      • Dennis Brown – Tracks of Life
      • Al Campbell – Don't Take Your Gun to Town
      • Pad Anthony – Gotta Be Strong
      • Junior Delgado – Run Come
      • Junior Murvin – Cool Down the Heat
      • Prince Junior – Crucial Boy
      • Horace Andy – Love Light of Mine
      • Half Pint – One Big Ghetto
      • King Jammy – Nothing Don't Come Easy (Dub Version)
      • King Jammy – Victim of Babylon (Dub Version)
      • King Jammy – Don't Take Your Gun to Town (Dub Version)
      • King Jammy – Gotta Be Strong (Dub Version)
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      100% Dynamite (New Edition)Ska, Soul, Rocksteady & Funk in JamaicaSoul Jazz Records
      This is the new digitally remastered expanded edition of Soul Jazz Records’ biggest ever selling reggae release, 100% Dynamite: Ska, Soul, Rocksteady...
      • Willie Williams – Armageddon Time
      • The Maytals – Night and Day
      • The Marvels – Rock Steady
      • The Upsetters – Popcorn
      • Bunny Clarke – Be Thankful
      • Tommy McCook – Green Mango
      • Brentford All Stars – Greedy G
      • Lennie Hibbert – Real Hot
      • Horace Andy – My Soul
      • Johnny Osbourne – We Need Love
      • Bunny Clarke – I Love The Way You Love
      • Jackie Mittoo – Stereo Freeze
      • Phyllis Dillon – Woman Of The Ghetto
      • Cecric Im Brooks – Give Rasta Glory
      • Alton Ellis – Son Of Man
      • Sound Dimension – Granny Scratch Scratch
      • Lloyd Robinson – Cuss Cuss
      • Sound Dimension – Drum Song
      • Ken Boothe – Is It Because I'm Black
      BB Seaton & SkycruBless Me FatherRoom In The Sky
      New reggae one rhythm roots 10" vinyl single only featuring the mighty vocal talents of former The Gaylads singer BB Seaton, Winston Reedy,...
      • BB Seaton & Skycru – Bless Me Father
      • AJ Franklin & Skycru – Get Them Out
      • Skycru – West Indian Takeaway Dub
      • Joseph Cotton & Skycru – Hurry Up
      • Winston Reedy & Skycru – Mix Up
      • Winston Francis & Skycru – Who Dat
      Hustle! Reggae Disco (Expanded 2017 Edition)Kingston-London-New YorkSoul Jazz Records
      Soul Jazz Records’ are releasing their long-out-of-print album ‘Hustle! Reggae Disco’ in a new expanded 2017 edition which now features five extra...
      • Blood Sisters – Ring My Bell
      • Derrick Laro and Trinity – Don't Stop Til You Get Enough
      • Chariot Riders – Do It Nice & Easy
      • Black Harmony – Don't Let It Go To Your Head
      • Latisha – I'm Every Woman
      • Ernest Ranglin – In The Rain
      • Family Choice – Reggae Beat Goes On
      • Risco Connection – Ain't No Stopping Us Now
      • Xanadu and Sweet Lady – Rappers Delight
      • Sharon Forrester – Love Don't Live Here Any More
      • Carol Cool – Upside Down
      • One Blood – Be Thankful For What You've Got
      • Charmaine Burnett – Am I The Same Girl
      • 1. Blood Sisters – Ring My Bell
      • 2. Derrick Laro and Trinity – Don't Stop Til You Get Enough
      • 3. Chariot Riders – Do It Nice & Easy
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      500% DynamitePosterSoul Jazz Records
      Oh yes! 50 x 70cm KILLER poster!! Choose "Poster Freepost" if you want this poster sent with any other item at NO extra postage charge (poster will be...
      Mikey MelodyRagamuffin SoundTop Ranking Sound
      Mikey Melody’s tribute to all sound systems with ‘Ragamuffin Sound’ with extra respect to the resident heavyweight Black Scorpio. Produced by...
      • Mikey Melody – Ragamuffin Sound
      • Mikey Melody – Ragamuffin Sound (Version)
      The SilvertonesThe Strong Will SurviveTop Ranking Sound
      The Silvertones are one the hardest working harmony groups originally formed in 1964, best known for their recordings at Studio One. This time sees them...
      • The Silvertones – The Strong Will Survive
      • The Silvertones – The Strong Will Survive (Version)
      Sugar MinottVictim Of SocietyTop Ranking Sound
      Lincoln Barrington “Sugar” Minott needs little introduction. Few artists had the impact on Jamaica’s dancehall scene as Sugar Minott. His releases...
      • Sugar Minott – VictIm Of Society
      • Sugar Minott – Victim Of Society (Version)
      Barry BrownWe Can't Live Like This / From Creation I Man TherePressure Sounds
      Two brooding roots epiphany’s from the Barry Brown Striker Lee cannon. Cranked up musically by the Aggrovators with both sides stretched out over a re-mastered...
      • Barry Brown – We Can't Live Like This
      • Barry Brown – From Creation I Man There
      Ska'd for LifeA Personal Journey with The SpecialsPan
      Import USA Paperback edition book As bass player with the Specials, in his second-hand suit and pork pie hat, Horace Panter was a member of one of the...
      Joe HiggsThere's A Reward For MePressure Sounds
      Reward for me is one of Joe Higgs finest songs. Evocative of the Trenchtown ghetto where evenings were spent rehearsing and song writing in Joe’s informal...
      • Joe Higgs – There's A Reward
      • Joe Higgs – Reward For Me (Version)
      VariousRootikal In The Vaults At Midnight RockRoots
      For the past 5 years David Hill has been mixing, editing and selecting the best of Jah Thomas’ Midnight Rock label for a series of 7”s & 10”s on...
      • Tristan Palmer – Joker Smoker
      • King Tubby With The Roots Radics – North Circular Dub
      • Singie Singie – Leave Badness Alone
      • Junior Keating – African Queen
      • Matic Horns – African Horns
      • Earl Cunningham – Cool Profile
      • King Tubby With The Roots Radics – 95 South Dub
      • Johnny Osbourne – Let Him Go
      • Matic Horns – Let Him Blow
      • 1. Tristan Palmer – Joker Smoker
      • 2. King Tubby With The Roots Radics – North Circular Dub
      • 3. Singie Singie – Leave Badness Alone
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      Paula Clarke / Singie SingieI Want To Go Home / If I Am WrongTasha Records
      The Tasha reissue program returns with two ten inches featuring all 5 cuts on this massive rhythm, laid at Channel 1 with the Gladiators band. Paula Clarke's...
      • Paula Clarke – I Want To Go Home
      • Singie Singie – If I Am Wrong
      The ClassicsCivilzationUpsetter
      "Civilization" is a heavy early roots reggae song by the Classics. B-side has the great Silvertones covering one of Sam Cooke's classics in a early 70s...
      • The Classics – Civilization
      • The Silvertones – Bring It On Home
      Derrick Morgan & Blues BlendersDinner For TwoHop
      Two out of maybe 10 songs Derrick Morgan recorded at Studio One. "Dinner For Two" and the lesser known "Love Has Joined Us Together" with the Blues Blenders...
      • Derrick Morgan & Blues Blenders – Dinner For Two
      • Derrick Morgan & Blues Blenders – Love Has Joined Us Together
      Watty BurnettWhat A WarBlack Art
      Watty Burnett, singer with the Congos, here with "What A War", another great vocal on the same riddim as his song "Babylon A Fall", followed by a cool...
      • Watty Burnett – What A War
      • Watty Burnett – Version
      Colonel Elliott & The LunaticsInterstellar Reggae DriveOlympo
      First ever re-issue of this Moog / electronic reggae holy grail album from 1973 - classic... Trojan riddims with legendary prog/psych keyboardist KEN ELLIOT...
      • Colonel Elliott & The Lunatics – Interstella Heavy Mob
      • Colonel Elliott & The Lunatics – Cosmic Bust
      • Colonel Elliott & The Lunatics – (Planet Of Love) Venus
      • Colonel Elliott & The Lunatics – Earth
      Lament For Rastafari and Other Playsby Edgar WhiteMarion Boyars
      Lament for Rastafari is part-ritual, part-panoramic vision of black/white relations within the confines of Rastafarian consciousness. It begins in the...
      Senator GaryThey Are DangerousJamwax
      'They Are Dangerous' is the second song released by Senator Gary. The riddim was build by the late great keyboard player Winston Wright (1944-1993) and...
      • Senator Gary – They Are Dangerous
      • Senator Gary – They Are Dangerous (Version)
      Lord StupidLa La Festival / La La Festival - Pt. 2Far Records
      Rare reggae/Calypso tune singing the delights of carnival - sounds like Horace Andy!
      • Lord Stupid – La La Festival
      • Lord Stupid – La La Festival - Pt. 2
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      Studio One Rocksteady Volume 2 : Rocksteady, Soul and Early Reggae at Studio OneThe Soul of Young JamaicaSoul Jazz Records
      Soul Jazz Records’ new journey into the mighty vaults of Clement Dodd’s Studio One steps once more into the fertile musical environment of Jamaican...
      • Hortense Ellis – Sitting In The Park
      • The Termites – Rub Up Push Up
      • Carlton and The Shoes – Never Let Go
      • Alton Ellis – I'm Still In Love With You
      • Owen Gray – Give Me A Little Sign
      • The Bassies – Big Mistake
      • Hortense and Alton Ellis – Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
      • Slim Smith – Born To Love
      • Cannon and The Soul Vendors – Bad Treatment
      • John Holt – Strange Things
      • The Actions – Giddy Up
      • Larry Marshall – It Makes Me Feel
      • The Paragons – Change Your Style
      • Jerry Jones – Trying Times
      • The Heptones – I Shall Be Released
      • The Gaylads – The Soul Beat
      • Delroy Wilson – Run Run
      • The Soul Two – Puppy Love
      • Delroy Wilson – Riding For A Fall
      RastafariThe Dreads Enter Babylon 1955 - 1983Soul Jazz Records
      Soul Jazz Records new album Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83 charts the many links between reggae music and the Rastafarian religion. Spanning...
      • Count Ossie & The Rasta Family – Africa We Want Fe Go
      • Johnny Clarke – None Shall Escape The Judgement
      • Laurel Aitken – Haile Selassie
      • Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari – Tales of Mozambique
      • Ras Michael – Booma Yeah
      • Mutabaruka – Say
      • Bongo Herman & Jah Lloyd – African Drums
      • Ashanti Roy – Hail The Words Of Jah
      • Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari – Sam's Intro
      • Bongo Herman, Les and Bunny – Salaam
      • Winston and Ansell – Zion I
      • Techniques All Stars – Zion I Version
      • Lord Lebby & The Jamaican Calypsonians – Ethiopia
      • Count Ossie and Leslie Butler – Soul Drums
      • The Heaven Singers – Rasta Dreadlocks
      • Rod Taylor – His imperial Majesty
      • QQ – Betta Must Come
      • Earth and Stone – Jah Will Cut You Down
      • Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari – Narration
      • Ronald Downer & Count Ossie – A Ju Ju Wa
      • 1. Count Ossie & The Rasta Family – Africa We Want Fe Go
      • 2. Johnny Clarke – None Shall Escape The Judgement
      • 3. Laurel Aitken – Haile Selassie
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      Sylford WalkerLamb's BreadGreensleeves Records
      Sylford Walker's killer debut album, recorded in 1978 but not fully released till 10 years later! Produced by Glen Brown and mixed by King Tubby....
      • Sylford Walker – Lamb's Bread
      • Sylford Walker – Chant Down Babylon
      • Sylford Walker – Deuteronomy
      • Sylford Walker – Give Thanks And Praise To Jah
      • Sylford Walker – Cleanliness Is Godliness
      • Sylford Walker – Babylonians
      • Sylford Walker – Eternal Days
      • Sylford Walker – Africa Homeland
      Keety RootsWhy / Why DubPartial Records
      Rare roots tune from Keety Roots originally released in 1994 on his "Dungeons Of Babylon" E.P.
      • Keety Roots – Why
      • Keety Roots – Why Dub
      Roland Downer & Count Ossie, Lennie HibbertA Ju Ju WaDub Store
      A sublime piece of late 60s early roots music from Roland Downer with Count Ossie & Lennie Hibbert with a unreleased second cut on the flip. 
      • Roland Downer & Count Ossie, Lennie Hibbert – A Ju Ju Wa
      • Roland Downer & Count Ossie, Lennie Hibbert – A Ju Ju Wa (Alternative Take)
      The Special AKAIn The StudioTwo-Tone Records
      Third album from The Specials, released in 1984, long after the breakup of the original Specials and released under the name The Special AKA.
        Earl ZeroPlease OfficerOpa Muzik
        New heavyweight roots version of his 1976 tune "Please Officer" with version on the flip.
        • Earl Zero – Please Officer
        • Vibronics – Please Officer Version
        Lloyd ParksMoney For JamPressure Sounds
        One of two new reissue 7" releases from Pressure Sounds. Tuff 70s roots reggae from singer & bass player Lloyd Parks.
        • Lloyd Parks –  Money For Jam
        • Lloyd Parks – Money For Jam (Version)
        Lloyd ParksShake Up Yu DreadPressure Sounds
        Rare 70s roots tune from Lloyd Parks, 2nd of two new represses from Pressure Sounds.
        • Lloyd Parks –  Shake Up Yu Dread
        • Lloyd Parks – Shake Up Dubwise
        The DisciplesThe Disciples 30th Anniversary 1986-2016Digital Traders Records
        U.K. Roots at it's finest from Russ Bell-Brown's Disciples starting with the killer "Addis Ababa" from 1986 through to 2016, a fine collection of digital...
        • The Disciples – Addis Ababa
        • The Disciples – Paradoxical Dub
        • The Disciples – Abyssinia
        • The Disciples – Humble Lion
        • The Disciples – Eastern Fire
        • The Disciples – Inner Spirit
        • The Disciples – Flying High
        • The Disciples – Chant Of Freedom
        • The Disciples – The Message
        • The Disciples – ​Merciful Dub
        Black UhuruGeneral Penitentiary / Shine Eye GalTaxi
        Two Classic Black Uhuru tracks back to back with extended mixes. Comes with "Taxi" company sleeve.
          Lee Perry & The SensationsSomeone You've GotUpsetter
          Lee "King" Perry and the Sensations, with Lynn Taitt and his Band, originally released in Jamaica on the WIRL label and on the Doctor Bird label in...
          • Lee Perry & The Sensations – Someone You've Got
          • Lee Perry & The Sensations – Version
          Roland AlphonsoABC RocksteadyDub Store Records
          Rare and seriously sought after instrumental album of Gay Feet (label) Rocksteady hits of 1968. Featuring the tenor sax artistry of Roland Alphonso with...
          • Roland Alphonso – A.B.C. Rocksteady
          • Roland Alphonso – That's Life
          • Roland Alphonso – Say You
          • Roland Alphonso – Sad Song
          • Roland Alphonso – Easy Rock
          • Roland Alphonso – Hip Hug Her
          • Roland Alphonso – Wild And Free
          • Roland Alphonso – Top Line
          • Roland Alphonso – Pure Soul
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