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The Lee Thompson Ska OrchestraFu Manchu ft. Bitty McLeanAxe Attack Recordings
New pressing of Lee Thompson Ska All Stars killer version of the Desmond Dekker classic "Fu Man Chu" with Bitty McLean on vocals.
Carl DawkinsBaby I Love YouJJ
"Baby I Love You" was one of Carl Dawkins greatest hits, recorded in 1967 for producer JJ Johnson, here coupled with Val Bennett's sax version over the...
Derrick Morgan & Desmond DekkerDo The Beng BengHop
This is Derricks invitation to do the new dance in 1968 called "Shing-A-Ling". The Dekker brothers, Desmond and George, doing the harmonies on "Do The...
The EthiopiansHere I ComeJJ
"Here I Come" is one of those early Reggae songs with that special Rocksteady feel,and shows Ranny Bop Williams picking his guitar in a "Lynn Taitt style"....
NativesLive It UpDeltone
Great Rocksteady double sider produced by one of the few female producers in Jamaica, Enid Barnett.
Joe HiggsDon't Come To My House No MoreDub Store
Two killer vocal rocksteady tunes from Joe Higgs and The Conquerers with "Listen To Me Baby"
Delano StewartTell Me BabyDub Store
Two rocksteady vocal classics from Delano Stewart with "Tell Me Baby" & "That's Life" produced by Sonia Pottinger in the late 60s.
Peter Austin & Hortense LewisBang Shang AlangHot Shot
"Bang Shang Alang": the riddim track was produced by Jackson Jones and Ranny Bop Williams, with the Hippy Boys at Randys Studio, then voiced by Peter Austin...
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...
SelectorsStay On The TrackSpade
The Selectors "Stay On The Track" sounds like a Treasure Isle production and in fact Ranny Williams was one of Duke Reid's main arranger in 1968/1969 until...
Derrick & Pauline MorganWill You Marry MeHop
Derrick Morgan with his sister Pauline over a raw rocksteady riddim played by Lynn Taitt and his band. Baba Brooks Band, recorded at Federal Studio on...
Les Singes VertsFellow Men / Personal JesusGreen Monkey
Wicked new limited 7" only single from French Rocksteady band Les Singes Verts, check the driving version of Depeche Mode's classic pop tune "Personal...
The GayladsOver The Rainbow's EndDub Store
Killer vocal rocksteady cut from The Gaylads with Leslie Butler's instrumental "Revival" on the flip.
The ValentinesPeace TreatyDub Store
Rare Rocksteady cut from vocal group The Valentines with a plea to the rudeboys of Jamaica, plus alternative take on the flip.
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.
Johnny & The AttractionsCall Of The DrumsGay Feet
Marvellous binghi rock steady masterpiece by Count Ossie led Johnny & The Attractions. An unreleased alternative instrumental cut on flip.
Joe HiggsSensation Of Love / Sock It To Me BabyDub Store
Previously unreleased Joe Higgs' extremely rare rock steady for Gay Feet. On flip a stunning chorus by The Valentines.
Stranger Cole & Pasty MillicentYou Took My Love / Good Thing Come To Those Who WaitGay Feet
Patsy's classic slow ska backed with Webber Sisters previously unreleased rock steady piece pushing forward til their day comes.
The VersatilesChildren Are You ReadyDeltone
Great 1968 boss reggae/rocksteady double sider by Junior Byles And The Versatiles,
The ClarendoniansComes AlongShockin' Austin
"Comes Along" is written by Peter Austin and sung by Hubert Lee and Peter Austin as the Clarendonians for the 1970 festival contest. The flip side, "Try...
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...
Israel BrothersTemptationSpade
Two more great early Reggae songs produced by Ranny Bop and the Hippy Boys.
Lloyd Robinson & Devon RussellWalking In JerusalemHot Shot
Next two early reggae songs from producer and Hippy Boys Guitarist/Bass player Kenneth Jackson Jones. "Walking in Jerusalem" was originally release in...
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...
The MelodiansLet's Join TogetherTreasure Isle
The killer rocksteady Treasure Isle version from The Melodians with the rare "Heart of a Man" by The Techniques on the b-side.
Pioneers with The BlendersBaby Don't Be LateBoss Records
A-side was credited to the Soul Mates on the jamaican Amalgamated label. Both songs originally releases in the UK on the "Greetings From The Pioneers"...
The EthiopiansI'm A KingSpade
Two killer slices of 1969 boss sounds back to back..
Headly Bennett & The Hippy BoysKing Street RockHot Shot
A-Side has a great Hippy Boys instrumental and would easily fit on one of the early Upsetters albums. It can be found on a extremely rare UK Junior Records...
Merritone Rock Steady 2This Music Got Soul 1966-1967Dub Store
This essential album showcase’s a stunning selection of well known hits, and not so well known rarities, from the vast Federal catalogue. All tracks...
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Merritone Rock Steady 1Shanty Town Curfew 1966-1967Dub Store
Ken Khouri's Federal Records gave Jamaica its musical identityThe Federal Record Manufacturing facility was the first pressing plant in Jamaica... their...
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Peter AustinA Man Needs A WomanHot Shot
Two killer early reggae tune recorded at Randy's studio in 1972
Roy PantonThis Same Old LifeMighty Ruler
The sound of 1970 Randy's studio, early reggae with version.
The ClarendoniansWalking Up A One Way StreetShockin' Austin
Killer 1972 reggae version of the Willie Tee soul tune from the mid 60s with instrumental version on the flip.
The EthiopiansWhat A Big SurpriseSpade
Great Boss Sound two sider from The Ethiopians and Winston Shan
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