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    The MelodiansA Little Nut TreeDub Store
    Classic 1968 rocksteady cut from The Melodians with the rare "You Are My Only One" on the B-Side.
    • The Melodians – Little Nut Tree
    • The Melodians – You Are My Only One
    AfrotonesAll For OneDub Store
    Two 1968 recordings from Afrotones with "All For One" and a killer B-side from The Valentines "Broken Hearts"
    • Afrotones – All For One
    • The Valentines – Broken Hearts
    Sock It To Me!Boss Reggae Rarities - In The Spirit Of 69Trojan
    ‘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...
      Pietra MontecorvinoSi Comme' Si'Aloevera Records
      One of two new Rocksteady 7" from Italy from members of the Santantonio Rockers Sound System.
      • Pietra Montecorvino – Si Comme Si'
      • The Officinalis – Strumentale
      Derrick Morgan And His FriendsExpanded EditionDoctor Bird
      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...
      • Derrick Morgan – Bad Luck On Me
      • Derrick Morgan – Lagga Head
      • Derrick Morgan & The Viceroys – Stumbling Block
      • The Black Brothers – You've Been Saying Things
      • Derrick Morgan & Pauline – Someone
      • DISC TWO - Derrick Morgan – Gimme Back
      • The Viceroys – Give It To Him
      • Lloyd & Devon – Red Rum Ball
      The ConquerersIf You Can't Beat ThemDub Store
      Double header from 1969 with The Conquerers "If You Can't Beat Them" & "I'll Follow Him"
      • The Conquerers – If You Can't Beat Them
      • The Conquerers – I'll Follow Him
      The ParagonsMemories By The ScoreDub Store
      Two 1968 recordings from John Holt and The Paragons with "Memories By The Score" & "My Number One"
      • The Paragons – Memories By The Score
      • The Paragons – My Number One
      The MelodiansSwing & DineDub Store
      All time classic from The Melodians with "Swing & Dine" and hard to find "I Could Be King" on the flip. 12th July Friday release.
      • The Melodians – Swing & Dine
      • The Melodians – I Could Be A King
      Patsy Millicent ToddWe Were LoversDub Store
      Two quality upbeat soulful rocksteady numbers from Pasty with Stranger Cole on "Give Me A Chance" on the flip.
      • Patsy Millicent Todd – We Were Lovers
      • Patsy Millicent Todd – Give Me A Chance
      The GayladsFire And RainDoctor Bird
      Leslie Kong’s Beverley’s Records dominated the Jamaican music scene throughout the years that immediately followed the arrival of reggae music in the...
        Put On Your Best DressSonia Pottinger Ska & Rock Steady 1966-1967Doctor Bird
        Between the summers of 1966 and ’68, the sound of rock steady dominated Jamaica’s musical landscape, and throughout this time few producers proved...
        • The Conquerors – What A Agony
        • The Valentines – Gun Fever
        • Al & The Vibrators – Move Up
        • Patsy Todd – Pata Pata Rock Steady
        • Leslie Butler – Gay Drums
        • Count Ossie – Nyah Bongo
        • Al & The Vibrators – Musical Pressure
        • Jo Jo Bennett – Living Soul
        • Stranger & Gladdy – We Shall Overcome
        The PioneersYuh No Bad ManBoss
        Two early reggae nuggets from The Pioneers with the killer "Trouble Deh A Bush" on the flip.
        • The Pioneers – Yuh No Bad Man
        • The Pioneers – Trouble Deh A Bush
        Johnny & The AttractionsI'm Moving OnDub Store
        Rare rocksteady two sider with "I'm Moving On" and The Conquerers "Blabba Mouth" on the flip. Japanese issues of Sonia Pottinger's Gayfeet label.
        • Johnny & The Attractions – I'm Moving On
        • The Conquerors – Blabba Mouth
        The ParagonsMan Next DoorDub Store
        Stone cold early reggae classic from The Paragons with John Holt on lead vocals, now paired with the equally sublime "Left With A Broken Heart" on the...
        • The Paragons – Man Next Door
        • The Paragons – Left With A Broken Heart
        The EmotionsYou Can't Stop MeDub Store
        69' reggae time with The Emotions, two rare cuts "You Can't Stop Me & The Storm" back to back.
        • The Emotions – You Can't Stop Me
        • The Emotions – The Storm
        Stranger And PatsyYour PhotographDub Store
        Rocksteady goodness from Stranger Cole & Patsy Millicent Todd with "Tell It To Me" on the B-Side.
        • Stranger And Patsy – Your Photograph
        • Stranger And Patsy – Tell It To Me
        Prince BusterDance Cleopatra DanceBlue Elephant
        Classic skinhead reggae from 1972 - never reissued ever since. Import from Holland on the Blue Elephant label. Includes Madness, Take It Easy, Cincinatti...
          Maurice JohnsonGot To Be At The PartyStar
          Infectious rocksteady skanker from Maurice Johnson, clean and loud pressing don't delay...
          • Maurice Johnson – Got To Be At The Party
          • Maurice Johnson – Yield Not To Temptation
          The ConquerorsOn That Day / Here I StandDub Store
          1968 rocksteady double header from The Conquerors
          • The Conquerors – On That Day
          • The Conquerors – Here I Stand
          Freddie McKayWatch Your StepKismet
          Not the Studio 1 version... rocksteady even rarer check the sound clip won't be around long.....
          • Freddie McKay – Watch Your Step
          • Freddie McKay – So Long Farewell
          The Paragons / Tommy McCookI Wanna Be With You / Sweet And GentleTreasure Isle
          Classic Treasure Isle recordings with John Holt on lead vocals with The Paragons, with Tommy McCook instrumental cut on the flip. Limited stock..
          • The Paragons – I Wanna Be With You
          • Tommy McCook & The Supersonics – Sweet And Gentle
          Bobby BlackbirdThe Master BlendaEquiknoxx Music
          This first instrumental project from Equiknoxx Music’s Nick “Bobby Blackbird” Deane, this ska tune was recorded after recovering from a near-fatal...
          • Bobby Blackbird – The Master Blenda
          • Bobby Blackbird – The Master Blenda (Timecow featuring Exile the Brave)
          The UpsettersClint Eastwood / Many Moods Of "The Upsetters"Doctor Bird
          By the close of the Sixties, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry was firmly established as one of Jamaica’s most popular and innovative producers. His frequently...
          • The Upsetters – Return Of The Ugly
          • The Upsetters – For A Few Dollars More
          • The Upsetters – Clint Eastwood
          • The Inspirations – Down In The Park
          Greatest Jamaican BeatDoctor Bird
          Throughout the brief, yet spectacularly creative rock steady era of the mid-to-late Sixties, the productions of Arthur ‘Duke’ Reid dominated Jamaica’s...
          • The Jamaicans – Baba Boom (Festival 1967)
          • The Techniques – Queen Majesty
          • Justin Hinds & The Dominoes – Fight Too Much
          • The Melodians – You Have Caught Me (Alternate Version)
          • Tommy McCook & The Supersonics – Saboo
          • Tommy McCook & The Supersonics – Our Man Flint
          Derrick MorganMoon HopDoctor Bird
          Among the first major recording stars to emerge in Jamaica, Derrick Seymour Morgan first made his mark in the studio in the late 1950s, becoming the island’s...
          • Derrick Morgan – A Night At The Top
          • Derrick Morgan – Man Pon Moon
          • Derrick Morgan – Moon Hop
          • Derrick Morgan – Return Of Jack Slade
          Jamaica Jazz From Federal RecordsCarib Roots, Jazz, Mento, Latin, Merengue & Rhumba 1960-1968Dub Store
          Federal Records is generally considered to be responsible for birthing Rocksteady in the 1960’s, but Jamaica’s first recording studio also had a nice...
          • Ernest Ranglin – Like Falling In Love
          • Cecil Lloyd – Profile Cha Cha
          • The Lennie Hibbert Combo – I Love Paris
          • The Eric Grant Orchestra – T'is Wonderful
          • George Moxey – C'est Magnifique
          • Count Owen And His Calypsonians – Go Fife Go
          Bob MarleyJodg Not (Judge Not)Beverley's
          Bob Marley's first ever single, released on Island records in 1962. Produced by Leslie Kong for his Jamaica label Beverley's.
          • Bob Marley – Jodg Not (Judge Not)
          • Bob Marley – Do You Still Love Me
          Golden RockersBlue Moon Productions
          Wicked 70s roots and early reggae productions from Bunny Lee featuring Delroy Wilson, Horace Andy, Dennis Brown, The Wailers, Cornell Campbell, Alton Ellis...
            Winston JarrettRise Up ! - Resurrection Classics From The 60'sBlackstar
            Great compilation of 60s & 70s tracks from Winston Jarrett & The Righteous Flames recorded at Treasure Isle, Black Ark, Prince Buster's
              Macka BNever Played A 45 / GrapevinePeckings Records
              Mint copies just found...Don't delay! Macka B killer revival tune from a few years ago. LIMITED STOCK!
              • Macka B – Never Played A 45
              • Leanna – Grapevine
              Larry MarshallSuspicionRock A Shacka
              Double helping of early Larry Marshall rocksteady vocal cuts produced by Prince Buster, originally issued on Blue Beat Records in 1967 Limited one off...
              • Larry Marshall – Suspicion
              • Larry Marshall – Broken Heart
              Ken BootheThe Happy Song / What You Gonna DoDub Store
              Wicked Soul to Reggae cut from Ken Boothe of Otis Redding tune "The Happy Song" plus The Reggae Boys kickin up a storm with "What You Gonna Do" on the...
              • Ken Boothe – The Happy Song
              • The Reggae Boys – What You Gonna Do
              Desmond DekkerDouble DekkerDoctor Bird
              Making his mark on the international recording scene with a series of global hits in the late Sixties and early Seventies, Desmond Dekker enjoyed success...
              • Desmond Dekker – It Miek
              • Desmond Dekker – Look What They're Doing To Me
              • Desmond Dekker – Please Don't Bend
              • Desmond Dekker – My Reward
              • Desmond Dekker – Little Darling
              King Size ReggaeExpanded EditionDoctor Bird
              By the dawn of the Seventies, Leslie Kong’s Beverley’s Records was firmly established as Jamaica’s premier record label, having secured a series...
              • The Gaylads – Soul Sister
              • Ken Boothe – It's Gonna Take A Miracle
              • Delroy Wilson – Gave You My Love
              • Ken Boothe – Now I Know
              John HoltLike A BoltDoctor Bird
              First issued in 1973, “Like A Bolt” is today widely regarded as one of the finest albums to showcase the inestimable talents of Jamaican singing legend,...
                Greater JamaicaMoonwalk Reggae & Reggay At It's BestDoctor Bird
                These two essential albums now form the basis of this set, which is further bolstered by an incredible 38 bonus tracks, many of which make their CD debut,...
                • John Holt – Stealing Stealing
                • Dave Barker – Lock Jaw
                • Winston Wright – Moonlight Groover
                • The Ethiopians – Quando Mi Amor
                First Class Rock Steady17 North Parade
                Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Rocksteady music genre, 17 North Parade presents "First Class Rocksteady". The collection captures...
                  The EthiopiansReggae Power & Woman Capture ManDoctor Bird
                  Comprises two of the most sought-after LPs from the boss reggae era. After being formed by Leonard Dillon, Stephen Taylor and Aston ‘Charlie’ Morrison...
                    The MaytonesDig Away Di MoneyDub Store
                    Two Alvin Ranglin produced tracks from The Maytones orginially relaesed in the late 60s.
                    • The Maytones – Dig Away di Money
                    • The Maytones – Mi Nah Tek You Lick
                    The MaytonesLoving ReggaeDub Store
                    Great 1968 Rocksteady vocal cut from The Maytones with an instrumental of a different tune on the flip.
                    • The Maytones – Loving Reggae
                    • G.G. Rhythm Section – Rough Neck (Musical Beat)
                    Derrick MorganStand By MeDub Store
                    Wicked 1969 cover the Ben E. King classic with saxophone player Headly Bennett instrumental of a different tune on the flip.
                    • Derrick Morgan – Stand By Me
                    • Headly Bennett – For The Time Being
                    The ClarendoniansBound In ChainsStud
                    Early roots produced by Dennis Brown in 1972 with version on the flip.
                    • The Clarendonians – Bound In Chains
                    • Stud Allstars – Chains Version
                    Cornell CampbellI've Never Found A Girl (Ain't No Love)Hop
                    Great early reggae cover over Eddie Floyds "Never Found A Girl". First time released here on 7" as far as we know.
                    • Cornel Campbell – I've Never Found A Girl (Ain't No Love)
                    • The Viceroys – Colour Race
                    The ItalsDon't Throw It AwayGiant
                    Two killer 1967 rocksteady bullets on limited repress 7" ..Get em while you can...
                    • The Itals – Don't Throw It Away
                    • The Itals – New Loving
                    Max RomeoA DreamRadiation
                    Maxie Livingston Smith became Max Romeo through his concerted courtship of a local beauty. After a difficult childhood that saw him run away from home...
                      VariousThe Treasure Isle Story - The Soul Of JamaicaTrojan Records
                      The first comprehensive anthology of one of Jamaican music’s greatest record labels, the 4CD set comprises 115 tracks, including numerous major ska,...
                        Alton EllisBlack Man's PridePioneer
                        Alton Ellis recorded "Black Man's Pride" for several producers, here is Sidney "Luddy" Pioneers production from 1971. B side's little known but great "Heart...
                        • Alton Ellis – Black Man's Pride
                        • Pioneers – Heart Desire
                        Alva LewisRevelationDub Store
                        Great Rocksteady vocal cut from Alva Lewis with backing from Bobby Aitken & The Caribbeats with Lester Sterling's instrumental "Soul Voyage" on the flip.
                        • Alva Lewis – Revelation
                        • Lester Sterling – Soul Voyage
                        The InspirationsIt Nice You / Brother MosesSpade
                        Jamaican 7" copies of the Inspirations - "It Nice You" credit the singers as the Hot Spurs. The song was planned to appear on Uk Punch label but at the...
                        • The Inspirations – It Nice You
                        • The Inspirations – Brother Moses
                        Derrick MorganSmall Island Gal / Family WarHop Records
                        We have only ever seen ONE copy of Derrick Morgans "Small Island Girl", so the original Jamaican 7" must be rare like hell. B-side "Family War" is a great...
                        • Derrick Morgan – Small Island Gal
                        • Derrick Morgan – Family War