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    Winston Reedy with a killer fresh take on rocksteady with instrumental on the flip. Wrong label's on the record..Ready or not!
    Montego Bay born singer songwriter Juliaisaiah teams up with The Room In The Sky label for fresh new roots album featuring 21 songs with Vin Gordon, Winston Reedy, David Jahson amongst the singers & players. check it..
    Wicked new tune from The Inn House Crew with this infectious Violin led roots instrumental.
    Killer roots dancehall tune from 1988, first of five new reissues from Common Ground International.
    From the vaults of the legendary Jamaican producer Joe Gibbs, rocksteady gems from 1968/9 period with The Pioneers, Ansel Collins, Stranger Cole, The Versatiles and many more.
    One of three new dancehall reissues from 1988, Humble Lion's "Pirates On Shore" with dub on the flip.
    1988 rare dancehall from Horace Martin with version on the flip.
    Wicked 1987 rootsy dancehall from Chris Black & The Rocks, rare tune to find now reissued by new label Common Ground International, check the first five releases..
    1982 rootsman business from Johnny Osbourne with Roots Radics in full effect. Championed and selected by Jah Shaka for the now deleted “Positive Message” collection. First time authorised release on stand-alone seven inch single.Backed by a total destruction to your mind Scientist dub. Produced by Henry ‘Junjo’ Lawes. Recorded at Channel One....
    First part of a two part edition from LEGSMAN RECORDS both feature the famous PENITENTIRAY rhythm. Originally produced at KING TUBBY’S and mixed by SCIENTIST. The rhythm was written by PAPA KOJAK and recorded at CHANNEL ONE in 1979. Here KOJAK lays down some brand new lyrics – FREEDOM FIGHTER - which was only available on dub-plate and now gets...
    1980's version of this foundation track originally written by Earl Zero and recorded for Earl China Smith who released it on Epiphany Records in the US. This is the same foundation song popularised by Johnny Clarke in 1975. At the time producer Striker Lee overlooked the originator Earl Zero's voice in favour of Johnny Clarke's. Limited Coloured Vinyl.
    Two strong roots vocals originally released in 1977 both tracks with extended dubs & produced by Winston "Niney" Holness
    Great roots two sider from former Heptones singer Naggo Morris with "Jah Guide" & "Give Her My Love" circa 1980 produced by Niney The Observer.
    Hard to find late 70s female roots vocal cut from Yvonne Sterling with full dub on the flip.
    Underground U.K. Roots classic from 1980, first issued on 12" by Greensleeves but long out of print. Comes complete with original B-Side "Well Insane"
    Superb early eighties roots track from Singer / Producer Linval Thompson, produced by Roots Radics bass player Errol 'Flabba' Holt with two separate dub versions.
    Tuff Roots Radics backing for Barry Brown on this killer 1982 discomix release with Errol Holt's update version of the Dawn Penn classic on the flip.
    Great 4XCD compilation of Dennis Brown's Deep Down, I-Roy's The Observer Book Of I-Roy, The Heptones Better Days and Page One & The Observers Observation Of Life Dub 70s Albums
    Originally released in 1982 on island records, two killer roots vocal cuts from Pablo Moses both with extended dubs.
    In the early weeks of 1970, the Melodians joined the still small and select band of Jamaican acts to achieve international success when their lilting ‘Sweet Sensation’ made the British Top 50. The vocal trio, comprising Brent Dowe, Trevor McNaughton and Tony Brevett, had been a major force on their native island’s music scene since the dawn of...
    Undefined are a duo Sahara (keys/bass/programming) and Ohkuma (drums) have deep roots in the Japanese dub and reggae scenes (Heavymanners, Soul Dimension) and operate their own experimental dub label, Newdubhall. Recent collaborations with Kazufumi Kodama (of dub elders Mute Beat), dBridge, and Kabuki are nudging the group further into a spotlight...
     
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    Back In Stock..Classic late 70s U.K. sound system roots tune produced by John Rubie with full 12" dub on the b-side. clean and loud pressings.
    13 song dub LP in 2 sided hand silk screened jacket. Three tracks previously unreleased. Thirteen track LP collecting 1970's versions and dubs from the labels of producer & singer Milton "Billy Hutch" Hutchinson, including three previously unreleased tracks. With several tracks mixed by King Tubby himself and several backed by the Wailers Band, plus...
    15 song compilation LP in 2-sided hand silkscreened jacket. Five tracks previously unreleased. Fifteen track compilation collecting rare 1970's singles and previously unreleased tracks. With this LP, continue to mine the output of producer Carl "Stereo" Fletcher and his UPRISING and STEREO BEAT labels. A nice collection of mellow roots reggae, this...
    Rare U.K. roots from the early nineties produced by Nick Manasseh & Gil (Tuff Scout) Cang with Jamaican vocalist Admiral Tibet. Limited edition of 350 worldwide..
    Wicked 1978 rare vocal roots cut from Everton Dacres produced by Barry Biggs at Dynamic.
    Rare one away roots from 1978 recorded with Family Man Barrett on bass with dub version on the flip, nice label repro of the original label.
    Classic late 70s roots vocal from The Twinkle Brothers with Ralston Grant on lead vocals with DJ. cut from Illie P. and full dub version of the flip. Now on Gold coloured vinyl.
    All aboard the eastern train with this wicked new instrumental roots 10" both tunes with dubs. Play loud!
    `Seventh Seal’ – originally released in 1988 – was the blueprint for what would become the UK Dub / Roots scene, inspiring many others make bass-heavy dub music with a lean towards Jah Shaka sound system and the likes of Augustus Pablo and King Tubby.
    Wicked roots vocal cut taken from Gregory's Mr. Isaacs LP with "Leggo Dub" on the flip first time on 7" vinyl. Record comes in neat Gregory Isaacs & Ossie Hibbert sleeve.
    Nigerian digi-dub/boogie rarity, reissued via Dig This Way Records! The album was originally released in Nigeria by Tabansi Records and recorded at Afrodisia/Decca studio in Lagos, though the LP never saw a commercial issue, and was probably pressed in low quantities for promotional purposes, making an original copy near impossible to find. Killer,...
    Big loud and proud Greensleeves 12” rounding up back to back 80’s vocal and dub Prince Jammy digi-killers. Junior Murvin’s lethal Cool Down The Heat’ complete with killer dub backed with Nitty Gritty’s original ‘Run Down The World’ vocal cut now matched with the sought after Jamaican only dub mix.
    Very rare end of the seventies disco reggae bomb from Tapper Zukie, bongo driven with killer bass & drums and synths. More affordable than the original (if you can find one) check it..
    Wicked dancehall album originally released in 1985, check "Shock We A Shock" "The Favourite". Front and back cover designed by Jamaican artist Wilfred Limonious.
    Second release on Tradition Disc featuring Vin Gordon...don't leave! Heavyweight Sounds. Solo album excursion from the legendary Jamaican trombonist. Brand new compositions by Vin on new original rhythm tracks from Nat Birchall & Al Breadwinner. All recorded old-school analogue style at the Bakery Studio in Manchester. Produced by Nat Birchall & Al...
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    ‘Sock It To Me’ collects a dozen of the rarest and most collectable tracks from the Trojan catalogue, all of which have remained unavailable on CD and vinyl for half a century. With the demand for original boss reggae sounds from the late 1960's on the rise over the past decade, this stylishly designed collection is sure to attract the growing number...
    Emotional Rescue serve up a balmy curveball cut perfect for the summer months here. Glen Ricks "I Have Been Waiting For You" was originally released back in 1983 on the highly collectible Seraf label, and it's rightly been a holy grail dig ever since. With a distinctive swinging funk in the groove and some deliciously wobbly dub chords, this is not...
    Tuff Scout return with a limited 300 only killer jump up tune from Clinton Sly, produced by Bukkha..don't sleep!
    Glasgow-based soundsystem and production unit, Mungo's Hi Fi, are pleased to announce the release of new album ‘More Fyah’, a stunning collaboration with UK singer and MC, Eva Lazarus. Released 19th July via Scotch Bonnet Records, the album follows the success of their 2017 hook-up on the extremely popular ‘Amsterdam’ EP. A genre-melding masterpiece,...
    One of two new Rocksteady 7" from Italy from members of the Santantonio Rockers Sound System.
    Two heavyweight roots classic from Linval Thompson both with equally killer dubs. The sound of 70s Jamaica!
    Classic vocal roots album originally issued in 1979 by Bertram Brown's Freedom Sounds label, recorded with The Soul Syndicate Band. 10 tracks check " Black Bird" "2000 Years" and many more.
    Two rare originally Canadian issued 12" get first time reissue from new label Rightrack Records. Paula Clarke's mid eighties rootsy lovers tune paired with deep roots tune from Tony Murray.
    Two 1997 rootsy dancehall tunes from George Nooks & Al Campbell produced by General Lee with Sly & Robbie and The Taxi Gang.
    One of the stand out tracks from his 1988 debut LP "True Love", first time on 7" Killer late 80s dancehall with version.
    By the close of the 1970s, dub was firmly established as a favourite sub-genre of the reggae canon, with every Jamaican-based producer of note releasing albums dedicated to the style. Sonia Pottinger was no exception and in Treasure Isle studios sound engineer, Errol Brown, she had one of the finest exponents in the business, his talents as a dub master...
    The rock steady era that dominated Jamaica’s musical landscape between late-1966 and mid-1968 is today widely acknowledged as the most influential period in the island’s history. Not only did the sound lay the foundations upon which reggae subsequently developed, its structure favoured small combos rather than the large ensembles that dominated...
    Double header from 1969 with The Conquerers "If You Can't Beat Them" & "I'll Follow Him"