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    Two killer vocal cuts from The Wailers with one each from Peter & Bob..don't leave..
    Mid sixties rocksteady from Winston & George Dekker with the killer "Keep The Pressure On" on the flip.
    Double 69 action from The Maytals...Dynamite!
    Storming ska two sider from 1965 with Desmond Dekker & The Aces
    Bob Marley's first ever single, released on Island records in 1962. Produced by Leslie Kong for his Jamaica label Beverley's.
    Two killer mid to late sixties recordings from Toots & The Maytals with Leslie Kong's label Beverley's.
    Absolute killer tune from The Pioneers with "Drive Back" on the flip as the original..
    PULL UP! We got a brand-new-second-hand burner from the baddest rocksteady combo in the land...THE FRIGHTNRS! Originally released in the winter of 2012 as part of a self-released E.P., "Never Answer" b/w "Questions" has been remastered and lovingly pressed onto a 45rpm, 7" record - the way it should be! One of the first songs that found bassist Preet...
    Back in stock..for now Although Under Dubwood might seem an incongruous mix - the words of Dylan Thomas, the voice of Richard Burton and the studio sounds of King Tubby – the resulting single actually makes perfect sense – a gloriously woozy psychedelic skank that places Llareggub somewhere just outside downtown Kingston, JA. . The identity of...
    Limited run, blood red vinyl. Exclusive. Gregory Morris dub mix of Protoje's awesome 'Blood Money' single.
    Legendary Jamaican singer Pat Kelly with a new take on his late 70s tune "It's A Good Day"
    Digitaldubs present a reworked version of the classic Gilberto Gil tune form his 1977 LP of the same name. With Gil's original vocal, coupled with Jeru Banto on the mic.Established in 2001, Digitaldubs was the first reggae sound system in Rio de Janeiro, creating a new chapter in Brazilian reggae culture. Their productions fuse the mood of UK dub, Jamaican...
    Fresh new roots instrumental cut from Ital Horns and Partial crew, check it!
    Great new roots steppers from The Inn House Crew featuring Japanese saxophonist Megumi Mesaku, with full dub on the flip.
    First time on 7", KC White's "Can't Get Nowhere", recorded in 1983 with the Wailing Souls doing the harmonies. Flip side is a DJ track on the same riddim, by Junior Demus aka Papa Keeble.
    his is KC White's first early 70's version of Johnny Adams song "I Won't Cry", recorded at Randys Studio. KC re-recorded this song later on for Jah Life and his LP "Try A Little Happiness".
    Great rocksteady double sider produced by Derrick Morgan. The A-side is credited to the Groovers on the original jamaican copy. The B-side features the instrumental cut to Frank Brown's vocal never issued on a 7" so far but can be found as "Extra" or Invisible Mood" on Lee Perry's LP "Many Moods Of The Upsetters".
    Great rocksteady 7" with Derrick Morgan with sister Pauline Morgan, flip side has the instrumental version of the Pioneers hit "Long Shot"
    Lee Perry toasting or scatting over an early reggae beat, Perry already started using loads of sound effects here. Flip side has Eric Monty Morris singing over a fast reggae beat, check the punchy bass line!
    Pound Get A Blow", credited in the UK to the vocal group "The Bleechers" to get better sales, was in fact done by the Soul Twins, Jimmy Nelson and Derrick "Watty" Burnett. Flip side has a sax instrumental on the same riddim.
    Two Max Romeo songs that have never been released on 7" so far. "Sexy Natty" was first released 1977 on a Upsetters 12" in Jamaica. "Stealing In The Name Of The Lord" came on his album "War Ina Babylon"
    "Someone" credited on the UK Island label as by Derrick Morgan, this fine rocksteady song is actually by Derrick Morgan and Sister Pauline Morgan. B-side is by Derrick Morgan and the Blues Blenders (Kenneth (Froggie) aka Ken Parker, Bill and Jill)
    Two great early reggae songs by the Pioneers, both fine examples of the early reggae, that came out of the rocksteady, played by the Hippy Boys, on the original jamaican 7" credited to the Gibson's All Stars. On the flip side the Pioneers cover Don Gibson's country ballad "Sweet Dreams".
    A great selection of spacy dubs from producer & singer Enos McLeod using mainly 70s roots rhythms, check "Dirty Dubbing" & "Dub House"
    Boston‐based music journalists/historians Noah Schaffer and Uchenna Ikonne have teamed up with Cultures of Soul to compile an overview of some of the most crucial cuts to emerge from Boston during the height of the reggae boom in the 1980s. Formatted on CD or 2LP set both configurations come with a 28‐page book documenting the rich history...
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    On the A Side, King Tubby works his magic on The Aggrovators “A Noisy Place”, the instrumental version of John Holt & Horace Andy’s classic cut “A Quiet Place.” Rather than drop “A Quite Place” into the mix, a second and more rare Tubby dub of the cut known as “A Ruffer Version” rounds out the single. The argument can be made that...
    'Stop That Train', first issued in 1965 during the height of the original Ska movement by the The Spanishtonians. By the time Keith & Tex got ahold of the song with producer Derrick Harriott, the music coming out of Jamaican was shifting towards the Rocksteady sound. The result, their 1967 version of the song becoming the biggest hit Keith & Tex ever...
    A single Lee Perry first issued right after his fabled Black Ark Studio was first up and running. On the A-Side you know you’ve got something special when a cut kicks off with Lee Perry growling like a lion, borrowing heavily from Al Green’s “Love And Happiness” for “Jungle Lion.” On the B-Side Perry lets The Upsetters do the roaring with...
    Released the year of his death in March 1980 featuring killer roots tunes " Just A Dread" "Backyard Movement" "I Am A Natty" "Keep On Knocking" and many more. Produced by The Mighty Two - Errol Thompson & Joe Gibbs.
    Great early 90s roots track from Robert Mystick, originally released on a rare J.A. 7" (Joewella) repressed with full dubwise on the flip.
    Great new roots single from Alborosie & Chronixx with dub version on the flip, comes in picture sleeve.
    Reggae crooner, Tarrus Riley, also known as “Singy Singy” is back with his new single “Guess Who” featuring Mykal Rose of the Reggae group Black Uhuru. They originally released their hit “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” in 1979 titled after the famous 1967 movie with Sidney Pottier. The re-imagined version by Tarrus Riley brings a fresh...
    Killer jump up Violin version of Junior Reid's dancehall classic "One Blood" originally released in 1989, save yourself £120 get one quick for £11.99...
    The Basque Dub Foundation wicked tribute to late 70/80s reggae band Tradition with deep new roots versions.
    Positivity flows this single from Errol ‘Bagga’ Walker. Born and raised in Kingston’s Trench town area Errol Walker cut a few tunes as vocalist but is better known as a bass player. In particular he was one of the session musicians that played bass on a ton of classics at Studio One. Up-tempo roots of the best kind this single skips along full...
    All the hallmarks of the best period mid 70s Black Ark studio on this single. Singer Leo Graham had sung with the Bleechers so his relationship with Perry was long and he cut a variety of material for the Producer. None better than this. Comes in a hand stamped bag.
    A screaming howling beast of a tune! Lloyd and Devon board the Upsetter flight to immortality on this Black Ark classic. Killer dub on the flip side with Shepard rod. Comes in a hand stamped bag. Ooooowww!!
    New soundboy dancehall killer from Jstar & Max Rubadub featuring Crosby, limited to 200 only..
    Originally released in 1976 on Birmingham based label Black Wax, aka Ital Corner. Killer heavyweight DJ Roots album recorded at The Black Ark by Lee Perry. Now reissued with a repo of the original sleeve.
    Bobby Sarkie from The Tartans and The Immortals (not to mention his solo roots killer Better World). His singing here is expertly reined in by desolation, numbness and regret, over a hollowed-out, mesmeric rhythm, with some nasty synth-work and casually brilliant effects on the drums. The vocal cut is more than a minute longer than the version which...
    Rare Black Ark recordings from 1977 with production from Lee Perry and killer dub version on the flip. All come in company (Roots Vibration) sleeves.
    In 1978 Lord Creator returned to the Black Ark to re-record his 1968 Randy's recorded song, "Such Is Life". One of the highlights of the '70s Black Ark era now finally available again on 12". With full dub on the flip and comes in company sleeve. Limited Edition of 500.
    Volume 2 in the Joe Gibbs DJ Session series, originally released in 1981 and featuring cream of the early 80s DJ's Jah Thomas, Dillinger, Trinity, Clint Eastwood, U Brown and many more.
    Two rare African Reggae Roots tracks from 1984, hard to find original copies, now getting a limited edition release from Hornin' Sounds..don't sleep. Comes in excellent repro of original sleeve with lyrics printed in French and English on the back cover. Recommended!
    Excellent new roots 7" from Dhoko with "Cosmic Love" (War No More) with full dub on the flip. Limited edition of 500..
     Two killer Jazzbo sides! Mint unplayed Canadian orig. 1975 pressing. (listen actual audio)
    Superb new steppers roots offering from Tony Benjamin and I & I Band with a Melodica led instrumental cut with two dub mixes.
    Killer heavyweight roots dubplate mixes taken from original mastertapes around 1980 from Tony Benjamin & Reggae Regular members, check versions for soundsystem mash up! Highly recommended. Don't delay..
    Early eighties heavy roots tune from Cornell Campbell with The High Times Players, full dub version on the flip.
    Brownswood's hugely talented vocalist, Zara McFarlane returns with the help of legendary producer, Dennis Bovell to deliver four different reinterpretations of the title cut from Augustus Pablo’s 1977 classic album, ‘East of the River Nile’. Wild dub style!