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    Freddie McKayGiving You Try GirlRock A Shacka
    Two early recordings from Freddie McKay produced by Prince Buster, originally issued in the U.K. 1967 on mega rare (Blue Beat) white label 7" Limited...
    • Freddie McKay – Giving You Try Girl
    • Freddie McKay – Red Eye Girl
    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
    The JamaicansBa Ba BoomGet On Down
    "The Jamaicans first formed in 1967 as the Cool Shakes. By the time the year was over, they'd updated their line up from a trio to a quartet, changed their...
    • The Jamaicans – Ba Ba Boom
    • The Jamaicans – Twilight Zone
    B.B. SeatonI Love The Reggae / Whey She Do NowSoul Beat
    Two uptempo early reggae nuggets from former Gaylads singer BB Seaton.
    • B.B. Seaton – I Love The Reggae
    • B.B. Seaton – Whey She Do Now
    SymaripSkinhead Moon StompGet On Down
    A classic killer cut from one of the most strangely-named acts to ever record for Trojan Records – a tune aimed specifically at the growing market of...
    • Symarip – Skinhead Moon Stomp
    • Symarip – Must Catch A Train
    The MaytonesBotheration / TNTDub Store
    Early reggae vocal nugget from The Maytones with the near instrumental "TNT" by The GG's on the B-side.
    • The Maytones – Botheration
    • GG Rhythm Section – TNT
    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
      Dawn Penn / Prince BusterBlue Yes Blue / Love Each OtherRock a shacka
      Double header rock steady from Dawn Penn & Prince Buster originally released in 1967.
      • Dawn Penn – Blue Yes Blue
      • Prince Buster – Love Each Other
      Prince BusterLet's Go To The Dance / Young LoveRock A Shacka
      Prince Buster riding the "Wooden Heart" riddim from 67' with Righteous Flames "Young Love" on the flip...don't let these press.
      • Prince Buster – Let's Go To The Dance
      • Righteous Flames – Young Love
      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 Schoolboys (Jacob Miller)Guilty Of Love (Love Is A Message)Dub Store
      1968 the driving organ sound of early reggae and featuring in The Schoolboys a youthful Jacob Miller on vocals.
      • The Schoolboys (Jacob Miller) – Guilty Of Love (Love Is A Message)
      • The Schoolboys (Jacob Miller) – O Tell Me
      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
      The HarmoniansToo LateHot Shot
      Two rare Jackson Jones productions, played by the Hippy Boys. "Too Late" found a release in the UK on the Trojan label, there wrongly credited to the Pioneers.
      • The Harmonians – Too Late
      • Peter Austin – You Can Run
      Sir Collins & The Black DiamondsBlack PantherDuke
      Back in stock..Rare big Boss Sound tune from 1969 featuring Sir Collins raving about "The Black Panther"...Don't sleep. Nice pressing with the original...
      • Sir Collins & The Black Diamonds – Black Panther
      • Sir Collins & The Black Diamonds – I Want To Be Loved
      The UpsettersReturn Of Django / Dollar In The TeethUpsetter
      All time classic from 1969 with Lee Perry's Upsetters mashing up the skinhead dancefloor.
      • The Upsetters – Return Of Django
      • The Upsetters – Dollar In The Teeth
      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
          Derrick MorganHold You Jack / I Love YouHop
          The famous "Wet Dream" riddim was done by Derrick Morgan. Derrick recalls in a recent interview with Reggae Fever: "Wet Dream now, Bunny Lee, Lester Sterling...
          • Derrick Morgan – Hold You Jack
          • Derrick Morgan – i Love You
          Derrick MorganHold You JackDub Store
          Derrick Morgan's wicked Rocksteady cut from 1968 on the same rhythm as Max Romeo's rude classic "Wet Dream" also Lester Sterling & Stranger Cole's classic...
          • Derrick Morgan – Hold You Jack
          • Lester Sterling & Stranger Cole – Bangarang
          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
          The EthiopiansWoman Capture ManMusic On Vinyl
          The Ethiopians was one of Jamaica's most popular bands during the late ska, rocksteady and early reggae periods. Their third album Woman a Capture Man...
            Glen AdamsHold Down Miss Winey / I RememberDub Store
            Two rocksteady nuggets for your dancing pleasure..
            • Glen Adams – Hold Down Miss Winey
            • Glen Adams – I Remember
            Desmond Dekker & The AcesAction! & IntensifiedDoctor Bird
            ncludes three major UK hits: ‘Israelites’, ‘007’ and ‘Ah It Mek’ 50th anniversary release Most comprehensive release of the trio’s output...
              Harry J. All StarsLiquidator (Expanded Edition)Doctor Bird
              The seminal boss reggae instrumental collection is now further enhanced with a dozen bonus tracks from Harry Johnson’s eponymously named All Stars band.
                The MaytalsMonkey Man & From The RootsDoctor Bird
                2 Original LP's On One CD. Includes 3 bonus tracks Recorded at Dynamic Sounds Studio, Kingston, Jamaica, 1969 to 1970.
                • Monkey Man – Peeping Tom
                • The Maytals – Monkey Man
                • The Maytals – Pressure Drop
                • From The Roots – Pee Pee Cluck Cluck
                • The Maytals – Thy Kingdom Come
                • The Maytals – One Eye Enos
                • The Maytals – She's My Scorcher (Alt. Version)
                • The Maytals – African Doctor (Alt. Version)
                The UpsettersReturn Of Django / Eastwood Rides AgainDoctor Bird
                Two classic Trojan albums from the golden age of reggae produced by celebrated Jamaican producer, Lee 'Scratch' Perry
                  The TrojansTop HitsGaz's Rockin
                  Spanning four decades over 32 years, The Trojans have constantly evolved, re-inventing themselves through several incarnations while always remaining one...
                  • The Trojans – Ringo
                  • The Trojans – Gaelic Ska
                  • The Trojans – Lumpi
                  • The Trojans – Stack-A-Lee (featuring Prince Buster)
                  • The Trojans – Arna-Fari
                  • The Trojans – Only You (featuring Rico)
                  • The Trojans – Mixed Feelings (featuring Jennie Bellestar)
                  • The Trojans – Perfidia (featuring Zoe Syne)
                  Bob & MarciaYoung Gifted And Black / Pied PiperDoctor Bird
                  Two best-selling Trojan albums from the early 1970s, featuring reggae music's golden couple : Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths...
                    Kentone Ska From Federal RecordsSkalvouvia 1963-1965Dub Store
                    Founder of Jamaica's first recording studio. Ken Khouri produced early ska classics. 14 first-rate ska pieces including previously unreleased materials...
                    • The Sharks – You Made Me Warm (Acoustic Take)
                    • Ernest Ranglin & Selected Group – Skavouvia
                    • The Monarchs & Drumbago All Stars – Free Form
                    • Eric Monty Morris – Blackman Ska
                    • The Maytals – One Look
                    • Ernest Ranglin & The Federal Band – Like Falling In Love
                    • The Sharks – You Made Me Warm
                    • Eddie Perkins & Patsy – Take These Chains From My Heart
                    • The Maytals – My Daily Food
                    • Eddie Perkins – Baby Please Don't Go
                    • Eddie Perkins – I Am Blue
                    • Federal Singers – Don't let Me Down
                    • Federal Singers – Going Over The Mountain
                    • 1. The Sharks – You Made Me Warm (Acoustic Take)
                    • 2. Ernest Ranglin & Selected Group – Skavouvia
                    • 3. The Monarchs & Drumbago All Stars – Free Form
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                    Al & The VibratorsDevil WomanDub Store
                    Up tempo Jamaica Festival Song, "Check Up", on flipside is a groovy rare rocksteady "Devil Woman" both Al & The Vibrators' highly refined vocals.
                    • Al & The Vibrators – Devil Woman
                    • Al & The Vibrators – Check Up
                    Derrick Morgan & The Blues BlendersAin't That CrazyHop
                    Two great rocksteady tracks produced by Derrick Morgan, the a-side was probably never released as a 7" so far. Backing vocals on "Give Me That Love" are...
                    • Derrick Morgan & The Blues Blenders – Ain't That Crazy
                    • Nehemiah Reid – Give Me That Love
                    The InspirationsStand By MeUpsetter
                    The Inspirations were Jimmy London and Billy Dyce, they had recorded a few songs for Lee Perry, with "Tighten Up" as their biggest success.Their "Stand...
                    • Inspirations – Stand By Me
                    • Val Bennett & Upsetters – Serious Joke
                    Nora DeanKiss Me HoneySpade
                    Nora Dean's early reggae cover of Shirley Bassey song from 1958 "Kiss Me Honey Honey Kiss Me". Flip side shows Ranny Williams guitar skills over a fine...
                    • Nora Dean – Kiss Me Honey
                    • Ranny Williams & Hippy Boys – Running Wild
                    Prince BusterMessage To The Black Man Chapter 1 & 2Earth Sound
                    Incredibly rare rocksteady militant vocal cut from Prince Buster, two versions back to back on one sided 10”..don’t miss out, this is one step beyond!
                    • Prince Buster – Message To The Black Man Chapter 1
                    • Prince Buster – Message To The Black Man Chapter 2
                    The CrashersI've Got A PowerDub Store
                    Recorded at the same time as The Crashers "Musical Fight" and it's previously unreleased material. In early 1969 when the second press of Stranger Cole...
                    • The Crashers – I've Got A Power
                    • The Conquerors – Mr. DJ
                    Dave And Ansel CollinsDouble Barrel / Nuclear WeaponWind
                    All time classic reggae tune from Dave And Ansel Collins originally released in 1970. Huge hit at the time, A side plays at 33rpm with a version then flip...
                    • Dave And Ansel Collins – Double Barrel
                    • Dave And Ansel Collins – Version
                    • Dave And Ansel Collins – Nuclear Weapon
                    Baba Brooks1st Session (Alternative Take)Dub Store
                    Unreleased Alternative ska version of "1st Session" from Baba Brooks
                    • Baba Brooks – 1st Session (Alternative Take)
                    • Baba Brooks – 1st Session
                    Pama InternationalTrojan SessionsHappy People
                    In 2006 Pama Internati onal became the fi rst new band in 30 years to sign to the world's iconic reggae label Trojan Records. The Trojan Sessions featured...
                    • Pama International – Disobedient Children
                    • Pama International – Neither High Nor Dry
                    • Pama International – Betterment Blues
                    • Pama International – It's All About The Money
                    • Pama International – I Know It's Not Your Way
                    Prince Buster's All StarsEarthquake (Alt. Take) Aka ‘The Blues’ B/W Orange St.(Version)Earth Sound
                    Alternative rare vocal version of "Earthquake" aka "The Blues" from the great Prince Buster. Tuff 60s rocksteady direct from Jamaica with instrumental...
                    • Prince Buster's All Stars – Earthquake (Alt. Take) aka ‘The Blues’
                    • Prince Buster's All Stars – Orange St. (Version)
                    Merritone Rock Steady 3: Bang Bang Rock Steady 1966-68VariousDub Store
                    Superior rock steady from the vaults of Federal Records The third edition in this universally acclaimed series including giant of the genre, Hopeton...
                    • Tommow's Children – Bang Bang Rock Steady
                    • The Renegades – Mr. Hops
                    • Hopeton Lewis – Everybody Rocking
                    • Lynn Taitt And The Jets – Why Am I Treated Do Bad
                    • Hopeton Lewis – Cool Coolie
                    • Henry Buckley – With A Girl Like You
                    • The Paragons – You Were Meant To Be
                    • Joe Higgs – You Hurt My Soul
                    • Henry Buckley – Thank You Girl
                    • The Ethiopians – We Gonna Be Free
                    • Eddie Perkins – I'm Coming Home
                    • Lynn Taitt And The Jets – Rocking Mood
                    • The Tartans – Rockin' Chair
                    • Henry Buckley – Take Me Back
                    • Merritone Singers – Rude Boy A Wail (Take 1)
                    • The Tartans – It's Not Right
                    • Lester Sterling with Lynn Taitt And The Jets – Check Point Charlie
                    • Henry Buckley – You Never Could Be true
                    • Henry Buckley – I'd Like To Know
                    • Roland Alphonso – How Soon (Take 2)
                    • The Paragons – You Were Mean't To Be (Acapella Mix)
                    • Eddie Perkins – I'm Coming Home (Acapella Mix)