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    Cosmic Shuffling strikes again with two superb instrumental ska tracks taken from the "Magic Rocket Ship" studio sessions. These two cuts will not be on the upcoming album, 7" single exclusive!
    Black Uhuru's roots classic from 1977, now complete with three extra dub plate mixes from King Jammy.
    Straight outta Brooklyn, JonnyGo Figure's new 7" offering inna dancehall style, limited numbered copies. only 500 pressed.
    Classic Skinhead reggae from the growler King Horror 1969/70 produced by Laurel Aitken. One of two new limited 7' only represses.
    Hard to find Freedom Singers tune from 1969, originally released on Nu Beat in the U.K. One of two new Skinhead reggae represses. Produced by Laurel Aitken.
    From the acclaimed Alpha Steppa album ‘Raise The Ark’ – due to popular demand Steppas Records have finally unleashed the until now much sought after dubplate ‘Dear Friend’ featuring one of the most innovative and loved modern reggae, hip-hop and bass music artists of our time; Pupajim of Stand High Patrol. Alpha Steppa’s unique heavyweight...
    A roots reggae vibe, a nonchalant melody…We’re kicking back, Jamaican style, with a glass of warm beer poured from the latest collaboration between O.B.F. & Nazamba. Drinking a cold beer in a hot country isn’t necessarily the best idea. Your body starts to think that it’s cold, and slows the perspiration that helps you to control your temperature....
    The Gyrators come forward with two Studio 1 re-licks of Sound Dimension's all time classic "Real Rock" and instrumental version of Carlton & The Shoes "Happy Land"
    Tuff late 80s/early 90s vocal roots cut from Stallion, original Virgo Stomach 12” stock just found..limited quantities housed in new company sleeve from Freedom Sounds..check it, don’t miss it..
    Great selection of Johnny Clarke’s work with J.A. producer Blackbeard from the 80s (A-Side) & 70s (B-Side). Featuring “Ride On Girl” “African Girl” “Everyday Wondering”
    Limited repress of rare 80s roots dancehall album from one of the most underrated singers Horace Martin, featuring updated classic rhythms as "Real Rock" "Stalag" "Danger In Your Eyes"
    Two killer new ska jazz instrumentals from Spainish group Don Cosmic only 500 pressed with full colour picture sleeve..check it.
    Eight Unreleased Digital Roots tracks made in Nigeria in the late 80s, never released or pressed, if not on a couple of test presses made on recycled plastic. Surely it includes some of the most interesting Reggae Music made in the Roots Land call Nigeria!
    Prince BusterAfrica - Islam - RevolutionA Rock Steady & Reggae Manifesto 1966-72Earth Sound
    Its a MONSTER!!! Just back in stock... CD only compilation from Earth Sound Records of Prince Buster's late 60s early 70s militant early roots recordings. 12 tracks featuring "Earthquake" "Message To The Black Man" "Sata Masa Gana" "Seven Wonders Of The World" and many more. Superb sleeve notes on fold out digipak case. Prince of peace not a prince...
    The 5th release on Italian label Dig This Way, featuring singer Keithus I and roots band The Royal Horses. Dub version mixed by Roberto Sanchez. Issued in drawn paper picture sleeve.
    1984 tuff roots single from Michael Palmer and producer Jah Thomas with Sly & Robbie version on the flip.
    This music project grew up with the idea to build a selection of some of the best tracks of the great Eugene 'Yonachak' Cline, genius producer, multi-instrumentist and singer from St Lucia.A side opening track Too Much Confusion is a Deep & Obscure Roots Suffering track recorded back in the mid-70's. It receive now, for the first time, an instrumental...
    RemarksThis tune was Recorded at Harry J. The Africans - were a duo - Keith Simms and Winston Palmer. Over the years another singer joined the group, Patrick Green, but the foundation was Keith and Winston. 'Cock Mouth, Kill Cock' is a slow heavy skank featuring it seems Now Gen on rhythm. The title and the lyrics concern themselves with braggers and...
    More shots from RAS Records! Handpicked and licensed selections from the RAS Records catalogue (with some songs even receiving the vinyl treatment for the first time). Dancehall dons Frankie Paul "Don't Pressure Me" with Pinchers "Grammy" on the flip.
    Welcome return of Jamaican 80s dancehall singer Half Pint, produced by Linval Thompson & Roberto Sanchez.
    Keith Rowe is the Keith of Keith And Tex. They had a massive hit with 'Stop That Train' produced by Derrick Harriott. That was the Rock Steady era. By the mid-seventies Keith was solo and did a nice recut of 'Tonight' recorded in America and produced by himself.A move back to Jamaica - connected him up with Lee Perry. Old Scratch was making a name for...
    Another serious heavy duty roots tune from KC. If he had made more tunes like this he would have been a major reggae star. This one as got the lot - militant reality lyrics. A great Wailers style rhythm. And some great vocals from KC sung with great passion. What people must remember about this era - is that the amount of music coming out was so much...
    For lovers of the Roots era in Jamaican music 1971-1975. The 'No No No' song will be forever linked to Big Youth's massive hit for Gussie Clarke - 'Screaming Target'. Much later most of us discovered the original vocal cut was by KC White. Most of us also assumed it was produced by the man. But then it turns out that Gussie was into serioustrading of...
    New roots vocal cut from Luciano on the "Dreader Than dread" riddim produced by Linval Thompson and mixed by Roberto Sanchez.
    Great new vocal cut on the "Mr Bassie" riddim produced by Roberto Sanchez and Linval Thompson.
    More shots from RAS Records! Handpicked and licensed selections from the RAS Records catalogue (with some songs even receiving the vinyl treatment for the first time). Frankie Paul "Rock You" with Yellowman's "No Touch Yah So" on the reverse side with version rhythm cut.
    More shots from RAS Records! Handpicked and licensed selections from the RAS Records catalogue (with some songs even receiving the vinyl treatment for the first time). 80s Dancehall dons Frankie Paul "Tickle Me" & Yellowman's "Gaze" on the flip with version rhythm.
    Recorded at Federal and released in 1973. And featuring Inner Circle on rhythm . They provide a sound that comes very close to the Now Gen sound. Which was the main band at Federal studios during this time. Stare McCallum is the producer on this tune. This is another great song from The Africans. For lovers of the Country style - it is actually a must....
    New roots vocal cut on the "Dreader Than Dread" riddim produced by Linval Thompson and mixed by Roberto Sanchez.
    Coming by the way of Lloyd Norris' supreme 'Magnum Force' label is the killer roots revive by the late Edi Fitzroy named 'Bad Boy'. Originally voiced in 1981 at King Tubby's studio over the recognisable 'Money Money' version with the backing weight of The Aggrovators. Friend and mentor in the business Striker Lee gave the riddim to Norris who was had...
    Black Ark In Dub is another piece of Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’s limitless musical puzzle. "Featuring a bedrock of deep and heavy rhythms recorded at the Black Ark just before its demise, Black Ark In Dub features bass heavy spooky dub deconstructions of ‘Jah Love Is Sweeter’, ‘Ethiopia’, ‘Lion A De Winner’, ‘Open The Gate’, ‘Guideline,’...
    Black Ark In Dub is another piece of Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’s limitless musical puzzle. "Featuring a bedrock of deep and heavy rhythms recorded at the Black Ark just before its demise, Black Ark In Dub features bass heavy spooky dub deconstructions of ‘Jah Love Is Sweeter’, ‘Ethiopia’, ‘Lion A De Winner’, ‘Open The Gate’, ‘Guideline,’...
    Black Ark Vol. 2 is another piece of Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’s limitless musical puzzle. "It’s a bedrock of deep and heavy rhythms recorded around Jamaica =just before the demise of Perry’s famed Black Ark Studio. Black Ark Vol. 2 is the follow up album to the acclaimed Black Ark In Dub that unsurprisingly for an Upsetter release, took a different...
    Walyn (Wallen or affectionally known as 'Pacey") hails from Clarendon, Jamaica. Growing up with Everton Blender they founded their his first youth band called "Everton & The Blenders" and for years played and sang on the northcoast circuit of Jamaica in hotels of the tourist strongholds. Back in 1978 a young "Pacey" recorded 'Jah Is My Light' at Channel...
    80's Digital madness featuring Dignitary Stylish with 'Tek You Eye Off Me' recorded for Black Scorpio in 1987. Popular for his cultural lyrics during the digital Dancehall era when slackness and gun tunes was the order of the day
    Collected together here as Ancient Harmonies on a 2CD, 6-panel digipack with 12-page book are the four LPs, Rising Sun, Rockers Comes East, One Step Dub, and Blowing With The Wind. Recorded at Channel One, Tuff Gong, Dynamic, HC&F and Creative Sound with engineers including Scientist, Soldgie, Phillip Smart and Steven Stanley, the hardcore steppers...
    • FIRST OFFICIAL RE-ISSUE OF THE ICONIC ALBUM ON CD• MOST TRACKS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE DIGITALLY• SLEEVE NOTES BY LEE PERRY BIOGRAPHER, DAVID KATZ Released in 1972, the Junior Byles single ‘Beat Down Babylon’ provided one of the clearest indications to dateof the impending roots sound that would soon dominate reggae. The immense popularity...
    The release of  Rising Son in 1986 on Greensleeves began a new era for Augustus Pablo edging his Rockers revolution into the digital age. In his own words  Rising uon “mix-up the vibes a little more” from  steppers like ‘Pipers of Zion’, revival reggae ‘African Frontline’ and the deep and heavy ‘The Day Before The Riot’....
    • 13 TRACKS PREVIOUSLY UNAVAILABLE ON CD• INCLUDES 6 PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED RECORDINGS• THE ALBUM’S FIRST GLOBAL REISSUE ON CD Originally released by Creole Records in 1978, “Roots, Rock Reggae” primarily served as a showcase vehicle for the most recent productions of Phil Mathias and his Big Phil label. Comprising 14 tracks of the highest...
    Lovely mellow vibes instrumental of the timeless Conquering Lion rhythm. Diggory’s playing empathizes with the original and is reminiscent of some of Pablo’s similar xylophone outings. Nice dub on the flipside and comes in a hand stamped bag.
    Run Come Rally aka ‘Jah Speak with Lighntning and Thunder’ is a stone-cold classic of the early roots movement. Recorded by Lee Perry at Black Ark Studios in 1974, the tune is haunting and stirring in equal measures. Paired with its atmospheric dub, this is music to uplift and inspire. Comes in a hand stamped bag.