Bob Andy Lots Of Love And I

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    • Bob Andy – Lots Of Love & I *
    • Bob Andy – Feel The Feeling *
    • Bob Andy – You Lied *
    • Bob Andy – Troubled Woman *
    • Bob Andy – My Time (I Deserve) *
    • Bob Andy – Unchain Me *
    • Bob Andy – Stepping Free
    • Bob Andy – Mash It Up *
    • Bob Andy – Ghetto Stays In The Mind
    • Bob Andy – Revelation *
    • Bob Andy – Bonus Tracks : Slow Down 12" Mix +
    • Bob Andy – Unchain Me aka Set Me Free 12" Mix *
    • Bob Andy – Movements Instrumental 12" *
    • Bob Andy – The Ghetto Stays In The Mind 12" *
    • 1. Lots Of Love & I *
    • 2. Feel The Feeling *
    • 3. You Lied *
    • 4. Troubled Woman *
    • 5. My Time (I Deserve) *
    • 6. Unchain Me *
    • 7. Stepping Free
    • 8. Mash It Up *
    • 9. Ghetto Stays In The Mind
    • 10. Revelation *
    • 11. Bonus Tracks : Slow Down 12" Mix +
    • 12. Unchain Me aka Set Me Free 12" Mix *
    • 13. Movements Instrumental 12" *
    • 14. The Ghetto Stays In The Mind 12" *

    Having become firmly established as one of Jamaica’s premier singer-songwriters in the ‘60s and early ’70s, Bob Andy cemented his place in the pantheon of musical greats with his seminal album, ‘Lot Of Love And I’.

    Originally released in 1977 on Sonia Pottinger’s High Note label, the LP has since become widely acclaimed as one of the most musically accomplished collections of the roots era, as Andy, backed by some of Kingston’s finest musicians, demonstrates the range of his talents with ten sublime original compositions, including the popular title track, ‘Revelation’, ‘Unchain Me’ and the celebrated ‘Ghetto Stays In The Mind’.

    Now, 44 years after its original release, ‘Lots Of Love And I’ is finally issued on CD, with its track-listing augmented by four bonus cuts, two of which have remained unreleased until now. If you only ever buy one roots reggae release in your life, this should be it.

    + Previously unreleased * New to CD

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    The InspirationsReggae Fever (Expanded)Doctor Bird

    Originally released in Jamaica and the UK in 1970, ‘Reggae Fever’ primarily served as a showcase for the talents of singing duo, The Inspirations (Trevor Shaw AKA Jimmy London and Billy Dyce) and the album’s producer, Joel Gibson AKA Joe Gibbs.

    Although the album only sold modestly at the time of its issue, it has since become one of the most collectable long-players from the boss reggae era.

    Now expanded to include almost the entirety of Joe Gibbs’s recorded output from 1969, the collection features an array of best-sellers alongside rarities performed by some of Jamaica’s finest musical talents of the period.

    And with five tracks new to CD, this is another must-have compilation for fans of vintage reggae sounds.

    • – Lloyd Willis & The Destroyers - Mad Rooster
    • – The Inspirations - Ease Up
    • – The Inspirations - Wet Dreams
    • – The Inspirations - Why Do You Laugh At My Calamities
    • – The Inspirations - Samfie Man
    • – Ken Parker - Only Yesterday
    • – Lloyd Willis & The Destroyers - Reggae Fever
    • – The Inspirations - Bongo Nyah
    • – The Inspirations - Who You Gonna Run To
    • – The Inspirations - Sweet Sensation
    The PioneersGreetings From The Pioneers (Expanded)Doctor Bird

    First official CD reissue of seminal 1968 rock steady album

    • Includes numerous Jamaican hits and elusive rarities

    • Features tracks new to CD

    Although the Sydney Crooks-led Pioneers were already veterans of Jamaican music scene when, in 1967, they came to join the small roster of the then rookie producer Joe Gibbs, the vocal trio had as yet failed to achieve any significant success.

    Within a year, however, they were regulars in the national charts, with significant hits including ‘Long Shot’, ‘Jackpot’, ‘Catch The Beat’ and ‘No Dope Me Pony’.

    In recognition of their popularity both at home and in the UK, London-based Trojan Records released an entire collection showcasing the best of their work to date: ‘Greetings From The Pioneers’.

    Issued on the Amalgamated subsidiary label that had been created as a vehicle for Gibbs’s works, the set became an essential purchase for many both in the UK’s growing Afro-Caribbean community and among a rapidly expanding young, white working class fanbase.

    Now, over half a century since his historic release, the collection finally sees release on CD, with its original 12 tracks augmented by an astounding 48 Joe Gibbs-produced recordings from the period.

    Included are numerous major Jamaican chart hits and equally obscure recordings from the archives.

    • – DISC 1: ME NAW GO A BELIEVE – The Pioneers
    • – YOU’LL NEVER GET AWAY – The Pioneers
    • – BABY DON’T BE LATE – The Righteous Flames
    • – SHAKE IT UP – The Pioneers
    • – NO DOPE ME PONY – The Pioneers
    • – WHIP THEM – The Pioneers
    • – GIMME GIMME GIRL – The Righteous Flames
    • – THINGS JUST GOT TO CHANGE – The Pioneers
    • – SWEET DREAMS – The Pioneers
    • – TICKLE ME FOR DAYS – The Pioneers
    • – JACKPOT – The Pioneers
    • – GIVE ME A LITTLE LOVING – The Pioneers
    • – BONUS TRACKS: LONG SHOT – The Pioneers
    • – GIVE IT TO ME – The Pioneers
    • – GOODIES ARE THE GREATEST – The Pioneers
    • – DIP AND FALL BACK – The Pioneers
    • – HAVING A BALL – The Pioneers
    • – PAN YA MACHETE – The Pioneers
    • – MISS EVA – The Pioneers
    • – (RUN COME) WALLA WALLA – The Pioneers
    • – REGGAE BEAT – The Pioneers
    • – ALLI BUTTON – The Pioneers
    • – WHO THE CAP FITS – The Pioneers
    • – DON’T YOU KNOW – The Pioneers
    • – CATCH THE BEAT – The Pioneers
    • – SECRET WEAPON – Ansell Collins
    • 1. – DISC 1: ME NAW GO A BELIEVE – The Pioneers
    • 2. – YOU’LL NEVER GET AWAY – The Pioneers
    • 3. – BABY DON’T BE LATE – The Righteous Flames
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    Errol Brown and The RevolutionariesTip Top DubDoctor Bird

    Featuring 25 tracks new to CD

    • Includes dubs of some of the biggest reggae hits of the late ‘70s

    • Showcases Jamaica’s premier dub crew and one of its most celebrated mixers

    By the latter half the ‘70s, the Revolutionaries were firmly established as Jamaica’s premier instrumental group, with its membership including some of the true giants of the island’s music scene; their number including famed riddim twins, Sly Dunbar on drums and Robbie Shakespeare on bass.

    Of almost equal note during this period of time was Treasure Isle studio’s in-house sound engineer- come-producer, Errol Brown, who oversaw the creation of some of the most powerful reggae works from the time, performed by the likes of Marcia Griffiths, Mikey Dread, Delroy Wilson and Justin Hinds.

    The dub versions of many of these hits feature on this essential collection that comprises tracks recorded for Sonia Pottinger’s celebrated High Note label between 1977 and 1978.

    With an incredible 25 of the 42 recordings unavailable on any format since the date of their original release, ‘Tip Top Dub’ is arguably the finest new compilation of deep and heavy sounds for decades!

    * Tracks new to CD

    • – DISC ONE: Love Dub *
    • – Tip Top Dub *
    • – Radical’s Dub *
    • – Ital Dub
    • – Rig-Ma-Roe Game Dubwise *
    • – Revelation Chapter One
    • – Ballistic Version
    • – More Version *
    • – Winning Version
    • – Chapter 15 *
    • – Dub Walla
    • – Peace And Inity
    • – Babylon A Dub *
    • – This Yah Dub
    • – How Do You Dub *
    • – Dub And Harmony
    • – Reggae Version *
    • – Phase One
    • – Limbo Version
    • – Peaceful Woman Version *
    • – Know Your Friend Version *
    Errol DunkleyDarling Ooh!Doctor Bird

    Released in 1972 on Trojan Records’ Attack subsidiary label and, in Jamaica, on Sonia Pottinger’s Gay Feet label, Errol Dunkley’s debut album “Darling Ooh” provided the first opportunity for an international audience to discover the noted singer-songwriter’s talents.

    Unavailable on CD for 30 years, this classic collection is finally made available once more; its original track-listing bolstered by 35 bonus tracks from Pottinger’s esteemed High Note/Gay Feet catalogue. Among these are numerous major Jamaican hits and obscurities, of which 19 recordings make their CD debut.

    And as an added bonus, the second disc features the long-lost Trojan album, “Joy To The World”, which after almost half a century makes its very long overdue debut release!

    * Previously unavailable on CD

    • DISC 1: Errol Dunkley – You'll Never Know
    • Errol Dunkley – Movie Star
    • Errol Dunkley – Created By The Father
    • Errol Dunkley – A Little Way Different
    • Errol Dunkley – Like To Be Boozed Up
    • The Gaytones – Jamaican Hi-Lite Part 1
    • Errol Dunkley – Darling Ooh
    • Errol Dunkley – Baby I Love You
    • Errol Dunkley – Your Gonna Need Me
    • Errol Dunkley – I'm Not The Man For You
    The Best Of ReggaeDoctor Bird

    Expanded version of the best-selling TV advertised album from 1973, comprising 55 of the biggest reggae hits of the late Sixties and early Seventies.

    The double disc collection includes numerous chart-busting hits and dancefloor-fillers, performed by some of the greatest Jamaican performers of the era, including such legendary artists as Desmond Dekker, the Maytals, Dave & Ansel Collins, the Pioneers, John Holt, Greyhound and Bob & Marcia.

    Guaranteed to bring a touch of warm Jamaican sunshine to even the coldest of days, “The Best Of Reggae” is sure to brighten up any occasion, 365 days of the year!

      Derrick HarriottPresents Earthly SoundsDoctor Bird

      By the early Seventies, Derrick Harriott was firmly established as one of the leading lights on the Jamaican music scene, writing, performing and producing for his Crystal and Move & Groove labels, while also operating the hugely popular Music Chariot disco and managing his shop in Kings Street, Kingston.

      The high standard of his work is reflected in the quality of his productions from this period, with the likes of the Ethiopians, Augustus Pablo, I Roy, Junior Murvin, the Mighty Diamonds, Big Youth and Horace Andy all benefitting from his considerable talents in the recording studio.

      “Earthly Sounds” demonstrates the immensity of Harriott’s production skills, drawing together the very best of his output from 1971 to 1973. Featuring numerous Jamaican classics from the era, including along 20 tracks new to CD, this double disc set is an essential acquisition for all self-respecting fans of high-quality reggae sounds.

      • DISC 1: Winston Wright – Cotton Comes To Harlem
      • The Ethiopians – What A Pain
      • The Crystalites – Short Cut
      • Keith & Tex – Keith & Tex Medley pt. 1&2
      • Bongo Herman & Les – Home Sweet Home
      • The Ethiopians – Lot Wife
      • Denzil Laing – Medicine Stick
      • Bongo Herman & Bunny – Know Far I
      • Bongo Herman, Les & Bunny – Salaam (Peace)
      • The Ethiopians – Throne Of Justice
      • The Crystalites – Earthly Sounds
      • The Diamonds – Mash Up
      • Bongo Herman & Les – Hail I
      • The Ethiopians – Best Of Five Part One
      • The Ethiopians – Best Of Five Part Two
      • Bongo Herman & Les – Freedom Fighters
      • Joe White – Call Me Trinity
      • The Crystalites – Trinity Version
      • The Crystal Generation – Hell Below
      • Bongo Herman & Bunny – We Are Praying
      • The Crystalites – We Are Praying Version
      • The Ralph Brothers – I'm Going Home
      • The Now Generation – Shaft (Inst.)
      • The Preacher – Black Moses
      • The Crystalites – Black Moses Version
      • DISC 2: Big Youth – Cool Breeze
      • The Crystalites – Wild Storm
      • Roman Stewart & Dave – Changing Times
      • Glen Brown – Smokey Eyes
      • The Crystalites – Smokey Version
      • Junior Murvin – Big Boy
      • The Crystalites – Big Boy Version
      • I Roy – Tougher Than Tough
      • Augustus Pablo – Tougher Than Tough Version
      • Big Youth – Dock Of The Bay
      • Augustus Pablo – Bass And Drums Version
      • Junior Murvin – One Wife
      • The Crystalites – One Wife Version
      • Horace Andy – Lonely Woman
      • The Crystalites – Lonely Woman Dub
      • Augustus Pablo – Bells Of Death
      • Bongo Herman – Bells Of Death Version
      • The Crystalites – Blacula
      • The Crystalites – Sixth Sense
      • I Roy – Frankie J & Melinda
      • The Crystalites – Frankie J & Melinda Version
      • Augustus Pablo & Fay – Bedroom Mazurka
      • Augustus Pablo – Bedroom Mazurka Version 2
      ScottySchool DaysDoctor Bird

      Now, at long last, Scotty’s ‘School-Days’ album is finally reissued in its original artwork on CD, with its track-listing bolstered by the remainder of Scotty’s singles for Harriott, plus the B-sides of each of his 7” singles, all of which make their CD debut.

      “School-Days” is a welcome reminder of this hugely popular artist’s talent as a DJ and should be an essential purchase for fans of vintage reggae, cool rock steady and classic Jamaican toasting sounds.

      • – Draw Your Brakes
      • – Children Children
      • – Penny For Your Song
      • – Jam Rock Style
      • – I Worry
      • – Musical Chariot
      • – Sing Along
      • – Rosemarie
      • – Sesame Street
      • – Lonely Man
      • – Riddle I This
      • Bonus Tracks – Monkey Drop
      • – Clean Race
      • The Crystalites – Draw Your Brakes Version
      • – Children Version
      • – Penny For Your Song Version
      • – Version Rock Style
      • – Rosemarie Version
      • – Sesame Version
      • – Monkey Drop Version
      • – Clean Race Version
      Duke Reid International Disco SeriesThe Complete CollectionDoctor Bird

      The first ever comprehensive collection of Treasure Isle discomixes, comprising virtually every 12” single issued, plus 4 previously unissued recordings from the vaults.

      The dancehall phenomenon of the late Seventies resulted in renewed interest in the sounds and rhythms of rock steady and early reggae; a development that prompted noted producer Sonia Pottinger to revisit many of the classic recordings in Duke Reid’s legendary Treasure Isle catalogue that she now owned.

      The Duke had been a dominant force on the Jamaican music scene during the Sixties and early Seventies, when he had produced an array of hugely popular sides from his famed Treasure Isle studio on Bond Street, Kingston. Upon his premature demise in 1976, Pottinger inherited the business, although it was not until the close of the decade that that the true value of Reid’s work began to be appreciated once more.

      Aside from re-releasing numerous classic Treasure Isle sides on 7” and a trio of “Hottest Hits” long players, Pottinger also had Treasure Isle sound engineer, Errol Brown, remix many of Reid’s most significant sides, updating the sound to fit the new dancehall style. The result was a series of 12” singles that saw issue in Jamaica on either the Treasure Isle or her own High Note label.

      Virtually all of these recordings, along with four previously unreleased sides, feature on this essential collection. And with all but a few of the tracks making their CD debut, this 3CD set is a must for all fans of rock steady, dub and dancehall, as well as admirers of Duke Reid’s inimitable Treasure Isle sound.

      * Tracks New To CD

      + Previously Unreleased Tracks

      • DISC 1: Alton Ellis – If I Could Rule The World
      • The Techniques & Ranking Trevor – You Don't Care *
      • The Paragons & Jah Stone – My Best Girl *
      • Phyllis Dillon – Get On The Right Track *
      • Alton Ellis – I Can't Stop Now
      • The Techniques & Jah Walton – Queen Majesty *
      • Joya Landis – Kansas City *
      • Alton Ellis – Ooo Wee Baby
      • Ken Parker – True True *
      • The Paragons & Jah Stone – Riding High / GT.195 *
      • John Holt – Ali Baba +
      • DISC 2: The Techniques & Ranking Trevor – Love Is Not A Gamble *
      • Alton Ellis – I Can't Stand It
      • The Sensations – Those Guys *
      • The Techniques – Travelling Man *
      • The Jamaicans – Peace And Love *
      • The Paragons & Jah Stone – Mercy, Mercy, Mercy *
      • Joya Landis – Moonlight Lover *
      • Alton Ellis & Ranking Trevor – You Make Me Very Happy
      • The Techniques – It's You I Love *
      • Phyllis Dillon – Don't Touch My Tomato *
      • Nora Dean – Barbwire +
      • Alton Ellis & Papa Ritchie – Breaking Up / Phantom In The Jungle
      • The Supersonics – Breaking Up Dub
      • DISC 3: The Sensations & Jah Stone – Baby Love / Westmoreland Flood *
      • The Techniques – You Don't Care (2nd Mix) *
      • Alton Ellis – Chatty Chatty People *
      • The Paragons – The Same Song *
      • Ken Parker – I Should Have Known *
      • Alton Ellis – Cry Tough
      • The Techniques & Jah Walton – I Wish It Would Rain *
      • The Melodians – You Have Caught Me *
      • John Holt – Stealing +
      • Alton Ellis – Remember That Sunday
      • Carl Bryan & The Supersonics – Red Ash +
      • The Jamaicans – Baba Boom Boom *
      • Jah Thomas & The Supersonics – Musical Best *
      • 2. DISC 1: Alton Ellis – If I Could Rule The World
      • 3. The Techniques & Ranking Trevor – You Don't Care *
      • 4. The Paragons & Jah Stone – My Best Girl *
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      Different FashionDoctor Bird

      By the time the strident sound of original dancehall came to dominate the Jamaican music scene at the close of the Seventies, Sonia Pottinger had long been established as one of the island’s most influential figures. Since first making her mark as a producer of note in the mid-Sixties, she had remained at the forefront of the fiercely competitive industry, effortlessly adapting to changing musical styles.

      Her ability to keep her finger firmly on the musical pulse is impressively reflected with this set, which gathers the very best of her output during the golden age of dancehall. Included on this essential collection are popular works by some of Jamaica’s finest talents of the era, with the island’s top sessions crews, the Revolutionaries and the Roots Radics the chief musical accompanists.

      Yet despite the high quality of all of the recordings, every recording on this compilation appears on CD for the very first time, with 11 of the 33 tracks previously unreleased!

      * Previously Unreleased

      • DISC 1: Bobby Ellis & The Revolutionaries * – Stormy Weather (12" Mix)
      • Archie Lyn – Rat In The Centre
      • Errol Scorcher – Tan Tudy
      • Jah Thomas – Come Nurse
      • Carl & Gibby – Road Block
      • Papa Ritchie – Phantom In The Jungle
      • Ranchie McLean – Tommy
      • Errol Scorcher – Roach In The Corner (12" Mix)
      • Ansel Collins – Bim
      • Ernest Wilson – Give The People What They Want
      • Michael Palmer – Mr Landlord (12" Mix)
      • Jah Thomas * – Road Code
      • Tony Tuff * – Round The World (12" Mix)
      • Papa Ritchie * – Annie Palmer (12" Mix)
      • Errol Scorcher – Water Bumpee
      • Sonya Spence * – Talk Love (12" Alt. Mix)
      • DISC 2: Bobby Ellis& Ranking Joe * – Shank I Sheck / Shine Eye Gal (12" Mix)
      • Errol Scorcher – Sounds Of Hon. Marley
      • Lee Van Cleef – Different Fashion
      • Zara – Financial Problem
      • Tony Tuff – Oppresser
      • The Enchanters – Whole Lot Of Loving
      • Jah Thomas – A Little Bit Of Love
      • Errol Scorcher * – Rucumbine Girl (12" Mix)
      • Marcia Griffiths * – Don't Ever Leave
      • Gladstone Anderson & The Star Band – Free Base
      • Papa Ritchie – Westmoreland Flood
      • Delroy Wilson * – Let's Unite (12" Mix)
      • Errol Scorcher – Peace Truce
      • Tony Tuff * – Little Miss Mary (12" Mix)
      • Ranking Joe – General
      • Lorna Bennett – It's My House (12" Mix)
      • Jah Thomas * – Tell Me The Truth (12" Mix)
      • 1. DISC 1: Bobby Ellis & The Revolutionaries * – Stormy Weather (12" Mix)
      • 2. Archie Lyn – Rat In The Centre
      • 3. Errol Scorcher – Tan Tudy
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      Reggae Strings And Reggae Strings Volume 2Doctor Bird

      Almost five decades since their original release, these two popular albums finally see reissue with this collection, which as a special bonus, collects the original vocal and instrumental versions on disc two.

      An unexpected best-seller for the Trojan Records following its release in 1972, “Reggae Strings” demonstrated the-then widespread appeal of ‘commercial reggae’, primarily among more mature record buyers whose musical tastes veered towards the relaxing and romantic.

      Featuring orchestrated instrumental versions of major hits alongside equally appealing cuts of lesser known tracks from the Trojan catalogue, the prolonged popularity of the set prompted a second volume two years later, which sold almost as strongly, despite the prevailing sound of roots reggae.

      Although uncredited, both volumes showcased the talents of leading British-based arrangers Johnny Arthey and Tony King, whose work graced numerous best-selling British recordings from the period, including many tracks now widely regarded as reggae classics.

      Now, almost five decades since their original release, these two popular albums finally see reissue with this collection, which as a special bonus, collects the original vocal and instrumental versions on disc two.

      • Reggae Strings – One Woman
      • – Moon River
      • – Let The Man Go
      • – World Without Love
      • – Roll Muddy River
      • Bob Andy – One Woman
      • Greyhound – Moon River
      • The Dynamites – Sweet Musille
      • Del Davis – World Without Love
      • The Uniques – Lonely For Your Love
      Roots Rock ReggaeDoctor Bird

      • 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 quality, the album featured some of Jamaica’s leading talent, notably the In Crowd, Cornel Campbell, Sugar Minott, Delroy Wilson and Leroy Smart.

      Released in a number of countries around the globe, the LP proved a best-seller, but despite its popularity and rich musical content, it subsequently remained unavailable until the early 1990s when it was re-issued in Germany in limited numbers.

      Now, at long last, this superb collection of high quality roots reggae is made available once more, with its original track-listing augmented by the best of Mathias’s remaining productions from the period.

        Prince Far IThe Trojan Albums CollectionDoctor Bird

        Three of the original albums make their CD debut. One of the most iconic and influential Jamaican artists of all time. Comprises four of the finest Jamaican DJ LPs of the roots era

        By the time Michael Williams aka Prince Far I became established as a recording artist in the mid-Seventies, he was in fact already a veteran of the Jamaican music scene, having begun deejaying early the previous decade.

        His deep, slow and deliberate delivery, allied to his consistently hard-hitting commentaries proved popular with reggae fans around the world, most notably in the UK, where his work strongly resonated with the punk generation

        In 1979, Far I signed with Trojan Records, cutting a quartet of vocal albums for the company over a four-year period, but in September 1983, soon after the release of his “Musical History” LP, he was senselessly murdered while visiting a friend in Portmore, Jamaica.

        This 2CD set brings together the entirety of the influential DJ’s vocal recordings for Trojan, which is today widely regarded to be his finest work.

          All Aboard THE C.N. EXPRESSRock Steady And Boss Reggae Sounds 1967-1968Doctor Bird

          Clancy Eccles influential rock steady and proto-reggae recordings provide the focus for this brand new collection.

          Recorded between mid-1967 and late 1968, the tracks range from major Jamaican hits to painfully rare obscurities, performed by an equally diverse assortment of performers that include virtual unknowns alongside such eminent artists as Alton Ellis, Eric ‘Monty’ Morris, Ernest Ranglin and Eccles’s long-standing friend and associate, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.

          With 17 tracks unavailable on any format for decades, this fascinating compilation is a must for fans of rock steady and boss reggae, with the set superbly demonstrating the ever-developing sound of Jamaican music over a period now widely regarded as the most compelling in its history.

            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, John Holt.

            Comprising a dozen of the performer’s most popular solo recordings for Duke Reid’s Treasure Isle label from the previous five years, the LP first saw issue in limited numbers on the small UK independent, Magnet.

            Over the years since, it has become one of the most sought-after long players from the early 1970s, yet has remained unavailable on CD for almost 20 years.

            Now, the album is finally available once more, with the original track-listing augmented by the remainder of Holt’s solo work for the Duke, so bringing together numerous major reggae hits alongside long-lost obscurities, which include a 12” mix of ‘Ali Baba’, that makes its CD debut.

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              Foolish Fool & Herbsman ReggaeDoctor Bird

              First official reissue of two classic 1970 Trojan albums Six tracks previously unreleased 25 tracks unavailable digitally.

              By the close of the Sixties, Ecliston Adolph Elanza ‘Clancy’ Eccles was at the vanguard of the Jamaican music scene, having produced many of the island’s most popular and influential recordings since launching his New Beat and Clandisc labels in 1967.

              Reflecting his standing in Jamaica, London-based reggae giant Trojan not only launched their own version of his Clandisc label, but also issued a pair of collections entirely comprising the singer-songwriter-producer’s work, both of which were collected on the recently released 2CD set, “Freedom & Fire Corner”.

              The popularity of these albums spurred the company to swiftly put together the two best-selling Clancy Eccles-produced albums that provide the focus of this follow-up compilation: “Foolish Fool” and “Herbsman”.

              Including a mix of major Jamaican hits and rarities performed by an equally eclectic mix of artists, the track-listings from this pair of boss reggae long-players have now been augmented by an impressive 34 bonus recordings, which include six previously unissued tracks and a further 19 currently unavailable digitally.

                Clancy Eccles & The DynamitesFreedom / Fire CornerDoctor Bird

                The dawning of the rock steady sound, late in 1966, eliminated the need for record producers to employ horn sections, a consequence of which was to significantly reduce studio costs. The development enabled a new generation of young, dynamic music makers to make a mark upon Jamaica’s recording industry and of these, few proved more successful or influential than Clancy Eccles. By the late Sixties, Eccles had become firmly established as one of the island’s premiere producers, having been a pivotal figure in the development of reggae during the latter half of 1968. The following year he scored his biggest hit, the rambunctious ‘Fattie Fattie’, which sold in huge amounts both at home and the UK, where a chart placing for the disc was only denied by the lack of recognition of sales from Jamaican music retailers. The single’s popularity prompted Trojan Records to issue Eccles’s debut long-player, “Freedom”, which gathered the best of his self-produced recordings as a singer. The album’s release coincided with a second LP of his work that showcased his most recent instrumental productions with top session crew, the Dynamites, along with a trio of tracks featuring pioneering DJ toaster, King Stitt, whose ground-breaking hit, ‘Fire Corner’, provided the collection’s title. Both of these seminal boss reggae sets feature on this essential 2CD compilation, which is further enhanced by 13 additional vocal sides from the late Sixties along with the remaining recorded works of both King Stitt and the Dynamites, from 1969: the year reggae went outernational.

                  Sonya SpenceIn The Dark / Sings LoveDoctor Bird

                  For any female to make their mark in the male dominated music industry, prolonged success has always been a struggle, and back in the Sixties and Seventies, the challenge was even greater. Yet in this harsh environment, Sonia Pottinger proved time and again that talent and determination could overcome almost any obstacle, remaining one of Jamaica’s leading record producers for two glorious decades.

                  Unsurprisingly, Pottinger’s High Note Records became a magnet for aspiring female talent during the golden age of reggae, with almost every female artiste of note looking to record for her esteemed label.

                  Of these performers, Sonya Spence achieved significant success from the mid-Seventies through to the dawn of the 1980s, securing a series of hit singles and two best-selling albums. Since then, both “In The Dark” and “Sings Love” have become sought-after collectors’ items among a wide spectrum of music fans, with her ‘Let Love Flow On’ 45 proving a particular favourite among soul connoisseurs.

                  At last, both of these superb LPs have been brought together for this long overdue collection, which is further enhanced by 21 sublime Sonia Pottinger-produced female-led tracks from the period, 13 of which make their CD debut!

                  • DISC 1: Sonya Spence – In The Dark
                  • – Jet Plane
                  • – It Hurts To Be Alone
                  • – I Love You So
                  • – Damn Him
                  • – Peace & Unity
                  • – Where Is The Love
                  • – Now I Know What Love Is
                  • – Come With Me
                  • – Don't Want To Leave Now
                  • – Let Love Flow On
                  • Marcia Griffiths – Sweet Brown Sugar
                  • Lorna Bennett – Good Woman
                  • Daughter Cherry – Babylon You Guilty
                  • Novelette Barnett – Fire De A Town
                  • Karen Mark – World Wide Love
                  Linval ThompsonThe Trojan Dancehall Albums CollectionDoctor Bird

                  At the close of the 1970s, a new, strident style of reggae developed that by the close of the year had supplanted the roots sound, continuing to dominate Jamaica’s musical landscape through to the mid-Eighties: dancehall.

                  Few producers embraced the genre with more skill than Linval Thompson, who between 1982 and 1983 delivered four superb dancehall collections to Trojan Records, with each showcasing a major talent of the era. All but one of this quartet of LPs appear on CD for the first time in the UK, with Tristan Palma’s “Settle Down Girl” making its full digital debut.

                  The 2CD set is further bolstered by four Linval Thompson-produced bonus tracks, ensuring a musical feast for fans of the original dancehall sound.

                  • DISC 1: Barrington Levy – Poor Man Style
                  • – Don't Give Up
                  • – Sensimelea
                  • – I Can't Wait Too Long
                  • Scientist & Prince Jammy – Strike Back!
                  • – Storming The Death Star
                  • – Mission Impossible
                  • – The Alien Aborts
                  • – Settle Down 12" mix
                  • DISC 2: The Viceroys – We Must Unite
                  • – Come Closer My Love
                  • – Show Me Your Company
                  • – We Must Unite
                  • – Settle Down Girl
                  • – My Love
                  • – You're Too Young
                  • – Don't Make Me Cry
                  Linval Thompson & The RevolutionariesNegrea Love Dub & Outlaw DubDoctor Bird

                  Today, almost half a century since its emergence in Jamaica, dub still continues to exert a profound influence upon popular music globally, although it was the golden era of mid-to-late Seventies that undoubtedly produced its finest examples.

                  During this time a host of sublime collections in the style saw issue in Jamaica and the UK, and of these, few have been more sought-after than the two LPs showcased on this CD.

                  First released by Trojan Records in 1978 and 1979, respectively, both of these Linval Thompson-produced albums were cut at Jo Jo Hoo Kim’s famed Channel One studio, with musical backing supplied by celebrated session crew, the Revolutionaries, which featured within its ranks Jamaica’s illustrious riddim twins, Sly & Robbie.

                  Given the array of talent that contributed to the 20 recordings presented here, it is hardly surprising that the musicianship, riddims and hard and heavy mixes are all of the highest order. And with neither of these essential long-players previously issued on CD, this 2-on-1 set is a dub-lovers dream come true.

                  Dub has rarely sounded this good!

                  • Negrea Love Dub – Rock Me In Dub
                  • – Channel One In Dub
                  • – Thompson In Dub
                  • Outlaw Dub – 79 Rock
                  • – Danger Rockers
                  • – African Free Up
                  Lord Tanamo & FriendsFestival Jump-Up (Expanded Edition)Doctor Bird

                  By the mid-1960s, ska was in full swing, but while the driving, energetic sound dominated Jamaica’s musical landscape, other genres, such as rhythm & blues, calypso and thLordfe home-grown style of mento were also widely popularised by local acts. And of these performers, few proved more popular and versatile than Joseph Gordon, a singer-songwriter who, as Lord Tanamo, had been at the forefront of the island’s music scene since the Fifties.

                  Yet despite his popularity, it was not until mid-Sixties that a long-player dedicated to his output finally saw issue. Released by leading Kingston-based producer Lindon Pottinger, the musically varied “Festival Jump-Up” provides the focus for disc one of this collection, with its original 12 tracks augmented by Tanamo’s best-loved ska recordings from the period, including his oft-imitated rendering of the standard, ‘I’m In The Mood For Love’

                  Disc 2 collects 28 of the most popular ska and r&b sides issued between 1963 and 1964 on Pottinger’s revered Gaydisc and SEP labels, their number including numerous significant Jamaican hits by the likes of Jimmy James, Roy Panton & Millie Small, Winston Samuels and Dobby Dobson.

                  The result is a musical cornucopia of rare, high quality authentic early-Sixties Jamaican sounds, many of which have remained widely unavailable on any format until now.

                    Linval ThompsonTrojan Roots Albums CollectionDoctor Bird

                    By the late Seventies, increasing numbers of Jamaican performers were turning their hand to studio production work, and of these few made the transition more effectively than Linval Thompson.

                    Having already made his mark as one of the island’s premier roots performers, the singer-songwriter launched his Thompson Sound label in 1977, finding immediate success with a series of best-selling recordings, all produced at Kingston’s revered Channel One studio, where he enlisted the services of celebrated in-house band, the Revolutionaries.

                    Among the first artistes to benefit from Thompson’s talents as a producer were leading dee-jays, Big Joe and Trinity, whose work spawned two popular long- players, African Princess and Rock In The Ghetto.

                    Released by Trojan Records in 1978 and 1979, respectively, both of these lauded collections finally see their official reissue with this 2CD set, which also includes Thompson’s own best-selling album, I Love Marijuana, and ten bonus tracks, first issued by the famed London-based reggae company on its Attack subsidiary.

                      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 in the island’s history. Not only did the sound lay the foundations upon which reggae subsequently developed, its structure favoured small combos rather than the large ensembles that dominated the ska years, resulting in significantly reduced recording costs. The development provided cash-strapped music makers with the opportunity to make records and one who took full advantage was enterprising local singing sensation, Derrick Morgan.

                      A major recording star throughout Jamaica since the late Fifties, Morgan established his Hop Records label around the summer of 67, thereafter releasing a series of popular 7” singles, including the immensely popular ‘Red Rum Ball’ by vocal duo, Lloyd & Devon, and his own best sellers, ‘Conquering Ruler’ and ‘Gimme Back’.

                      Distributed in the UK by Island Records, the popularity of these works ultimately led to the company releasing the now impossibly rare long-player, “Derrick Morgan And His Friends”, a 12-track collection largely comprising previously unissued material. Now, at long last, this hugely desirable album is available once more, with its contents supplemented by the remainder of Derrick Morgan’s rock steady productions.

                      Recorded at Jamaica’s premiere recording studio, WIRL, and featuring the musicianship of leading session crews, the Carib Beats and Lyn Taitt & the Jets, the quality of the tracks remains consistently high, and with a handful of these enjoyable sides making their CD debut, this stunning 2 disc set is a dream come true for any self-respecting rock steady fan!

                      • 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 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 quirky approach to music-making resulted in him becoming a firm favourite among British skinheads, with demand for his output satisfied by both of the UK’s two leading reggae companies, Trojan and Pama Records.

                      In 1969, the latter issued “Clint Eastwood”, a 12 track LP comprising a dozen sides from the producer’s recent catalogue, the majority of which had seen issue in the UK over the previous months as 7” singles on the company’s Camel and Punch subsidiary labels.

                      An instant best-seller, Pama needed little incentive to release a second collection of Perry’s work and the following year issued “The Many Moods Of the Upsetters”, a similarly styled collection, featuring a mix of instrumental and vocal material.

                      Both of these best-selling albums feature on this must-have double disc set that also includes all of the producer’s work released in the UK by Pama and Doctor Bird Records between 1969 and early 1970 – their number including a handful of tracks previously unavailable on CD.

                      This is an essential purchase for all fans of the musical genius that is Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and followers of the immensely popular boss reggae sound!

                      • The Upsetters – Return Of The Ugly
                      • The Upsetters – For A Few Dollars More
                      • The Upsetters – Clint Eastwood
                      • The Inspirations – Down In The Park
                      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 premier performer soon after. By 1969 he had secured an unprecedented number of ska, rock steady and early reggae hits, with his success prompting an approach from London-based Afro- Caribbean music-company, Pama Records.

                      The relationship that ensued spawned dozens of popular 45s, many of which were produced by Morgan in the UK, notably the rousing ‘Moon Hop’, written in celebration of the Apollo 11 moon landing in July ’69. After becoming a firm favourite on the London club scene, the single cracked the British pop charts early the following year, with Pama releasing the suitably titled “Moon Hop” LP soon after.

                      This immensely popular album makes its CD debut on disc 1 of this set, with the LP’s original track-listing bolstered by the remainder of the singer’s UK- produced output for Pama from 1969 to 1970. The second disc on this 2CD collection comprises Morgan’s other Pama long-player from the period, “In London”, the contents of which are supplemented by the remainder of his Jamaican-produced recordings from the late Sixties.

                      • – A Night At The Top
                      • – Man Pon Moon
                      • – Moon Hop
                      • – Return Of Jack Slade
                      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 of major international hits by some of the island’s finest talents.

                      Having secured rights to Kong’s output the previous year, London-based reggae giant, Trojan Records, had wasted little time showcasing the Kingston-based producer’s work on a series of 7” singles and albums.

                      Among the LPs to see issue in 1970 were two ‘various artist’ compilations: the recently reissued “Hot Shots Of Reggae” and the equally sought-after “King Size Reggae”.

                      Available on CD for the first time ever, the latter features some of the finest Jamaican recordings of the period, with the track-listing bolstered by no less than 19 Leslie Kong-produced bonus tracks, many of which appear on CD for the first time.

                      A perfect companion to the “Hot Shots Of Reggae” CD, or simply a superb stand-alone collection in its own right, this long overdue release is an essential purchase for fans seeking the best in classic reggae sounds.

                      • The Gaylads – Soul Sister
                      • Ken Boothe – It's Gonna Take A Miracle
                      • Delroy Wilson – Gave You My Love
                      • Ken Boothe – Now I Know

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                      The InspirationsReggae Fever (Expanded)Doctor Bird

                      Originally released in Jamaica and the UK in 1970, ‘Reggae Fever’ primarily served as a showcase for the talents of singing duo, The Inspirations (Trevor Shaw AKA Jimmy London and Billy Dyce) and the album’s producer, Joel Gibson AKA Joe Gibbs.

                      Although the album only sold modestly at the time of its issue, it has since become one of the most collectable long-players from the boss reggae era.

                      Now expanded to include almost the entirety of Joe Gibbs’s recorded output from 1969, the collection features an array of best-sellers alongside rarities performed by some of Jamaica’s finest musical talents of the period.

                      And with five tracks new to CD, this is another must-have compilation for fans of vintage reggae sounds.

                      • – Lloyd Willis & The Destroyers - Mad Rooster
                      • – The Inspirations - Ease Up
                      • – The Inspirations - Wet Dreams
                      • – The Inspirations - Why Do You Laugh At My Calamities
                      • – The Inspirations - Samfie Man
                      • – Ken Parker - Only Yesterday
                      • – Lloyd Willis & The Destroyers - Reggae Fever
                      • – The Inspirations - Bongo Nyah
                      • – The Inspirations - Who You Gonna Run To
                      • – The Inspirations - Sweet Sensation
                      Keith HudsonFlesh Of My Skin, Blood of My Blood (Definitive Edition)VP Records

                      The original 1974 release of Keith Hudson's Flesh Of My Skin showcased the enduring strength and pivotal importance of the development of reggae music, Keith Hudson's complete mastery of the genre and the unqualified praise that followed its release was fully justified.

                      This definitive, re-mastered edition features the original mix available or the first time since the 1974 Mamba pressing and comes with the addition of the 45 only 'Darkest Night Version' and the restoration of the lost 'My Nocturne' omitted from the 1988 and 2004 remix versions. Also includes the previously unreleased 'Hunting Version'!

                      • – Hunting
                      • – Stabaliser
                      Delton ScreechieSuffering In The GhettoPapa Kojak

                      Hard to find early 80s roots vocal album from Delton Screechie, voiced over tuff militant roots rhythms at Harry J's then voiced and mixed at King Tubby's studio. First time repress with dub counterpart, don't delay..

                      • – Suffering In The Ghetto
                      • – Let Love In
                      • – Mankind Is So Unjust
                      • – Heart Breaker
                      • – Living In The Ghetto + Ringo Dj Cut
                      Delton ScreechieIn Dub At King Tubby's StudioPapa Kojak

                      Killer dub counterpart to Delton Screechie's debut album "Suffering In The Ghetto" from 1982 mixed by King Tubby's apprentice's Scientist & Professor at the controls.

                      • – Love Dub
                      • – Mankind Dub
                      • – Heart Dub
                      • – Jah Light Dub
                      • – Cool Dub
                      Chalwa BandLiberationPlay It Loud

                      Debut roots reggae album from the Spanish Chalwa Band, wicked soulful roots cuts with four dubs produced by Roberto Sanchez. Comes with inner printed lyric sleeve.

                      • – Get Burned
                      • – Your Eyes
                      • – Express Yourself
                      • – Liberation
                      • – Burn Down Babylon (ft. Uncle Robert)
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                      Ras TeoBush A BackZion Trod

                      Awesome new roots rockers tune from Ras Teo with "Back A Bush" on first release on Zion Trod label with dub from Lone Ark Riddim Force. Check it..

                      • Ras Teo – Back A Bush
                      • Lone Ark Riddim Force – Back A Dub
                      Outlaw PosseProphecy (Remix) / Prophecy (Original)Origu

                      One of Britain's finest Hip Hop groups is back at it! 30 years after their debut album "My Afro's On Fire" Outlaw Posse aka Bello B and K-Gee return with an instant anthem featured on this limited edition 45 (300 copies) as the K-Gee Remix and the Bello-B Original. The Prophecy is real!

                      • – Prophecy (Remix)
                      • – Prophecy (Original)
                      Main SourceFakin’ The FunkMr Bongo

                      Mr Bongo reissue another hip hop classic from Main Source's legendary 'Breakin' Atoms' album from 1992.

                      Never released before on an official 45, it’s a track that has lost none of its appeal, and the remix is the definitive version of this classic.

                      • – Fakin’ The Funk (Remix)
                      • – Fakin’ The Funk (Instrumental)
                      • 7" (Coloured vinyl)£15.00
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                      Cuba: Music and Revolution Vol.2 Compiled by Gilles Peterson and Stuart BakerSoul Jazz Records

                      Cuba: Music and Revolution: Culture Clash in Havana: Experiments in Latin Music 1975-85 Vol. 2 is the new album compiled by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records) that takes off in exactly the same vein as the much-acclaimed Vol. 1 - exploring the many styles that came out of Cuba in the 1970s as Latin and Salsa mixed with heavy doses of Jazz, Funk, and Disco to create some of the most dancefloor-friendly music every made!

                      The album comes as a heavyweight 3xLP and deluxe 2xCD set, complete with extensive sleeve notes, and is jam-packed with heavy bass lines, synth and Wah-Wah guitar funk combined with the heavyweight percussion, powerful brass lines and the all-encompassing Latin rhythms of Cuban music known throughout the world.

                      Much of the music on this album is featured in the deluxe large format book ‘Cuba: Music and Revolution: Original Cover Art of Cuban Music: Record Sleeve Designs of Revolutionary Cuba 1959-90’, released by Soul Jazz Books and also compiled by Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records), featuring the music and record designs of Cuba, made in the 30-year period following the Cuban Revolution.

                      The music on this new album features a host of rarities from legendary Cuban artists such as Los Van Van, alongside Grupo De Experimentación, Farah Maria, Ricardo Eddy Martinez, Juan Pablo Torres, Grupo Sintesis and Orquesta Riverside, most of whose names remain largely unknown outside of Cuba but have long been favourite club tracks and secret-weapons in Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker's record boxes!

                      The music on this album reflects the most cutting-edge of Cuban groups that were recording in Cuba in the 1970s and 1980s – all searching for a new Cuban identity and new musical forms reflecting both the Afro-Cuban cultural heritage of a nation that gave birth to Latin music - and its new position as a socialist state. Most of the music featured on this album have never been heard outside of Cuba.

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                      Both Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker have been involved in Cuban music for more than two decades – Gilles Peterson with his many Havana Cultura projects for his Brownswood label and Stuart Baker with a number of Soul Jazz Records albums recorded in Cuba. This Soul Jazz Records album is released in conjunction with Egrem, the Cuban state record company, and has been put together after the many crate-digging trips that both compilers have made on the streets of Havana and beyond in Cuba stretching over a 20-year period, searching out rare and elusive original Cuban vinyl records.

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                      REVIEWS of CUBA: Music and Revolution vol. 1:

                      "We already have a strong contender for 'compilation of the year'. Put together by devout crate-diggers and Cuban music enthusiasts Gilles Peterson and Stuart Baker (founder of Soul Jazz Records)" JUNO

                      "It's abundantly clear that these compilers are at the very top of their game. Everything here was previously unheard outside of Cuba, making this a feast for the curious" Vinyl District

                      "Priceless comp that goes far beyond Buena Vista!" UNCUT

                      • Juan Pablo Torres Y Algo Nuevo – Y Que Bien
                      • Orquesta Los Van Van – Por Que Lo Haces
                      • Los Latinos – Quemando
                      • Farah María – Amame y No Pienses Mas
                      • FA 5 – Muevete Con Las Fuerzas Del Corazon
                      • Tambores De Enrique Bonne – Como Arrullos De Palma
                      • Ricardo Eddy Martinez – Expreso Ritmico
                      • Los Papines – Solo De Tumba y Bongo
                      • Grupo Sintesis – Aqui Estamos
                      • Los Van Van – Llegada
                      • Grupo Raices Nuevas – Baila Mi Guaguancó
                      • Luis Carbonell – La Rumba
                      • Orquesta Riverside – En Casa Del Trompo No Bailes
                      • Juan Formel & Los Van Van – Llegue, Llegue
                      • Grupo Los Yoyi – Tu No Me Puedes Conquistar
                      • Los Papines – Para Que Niegas ?
                      • Grupo De Experimentación Sonora Del ICAIC – ¡ Cuba Va !
                      • Raul Gomez – Luces En La Pista
                      • Los Brito – El 4-5-6
                      • Leo Brouwer – Tema de El Rancheador De La Naturaleza
                      • Ricardo Eddy Martinez – La 132
                      • Los Reyes 73 – Finalizo Un Amor
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                      George OtsukaSea BreezeLe Tres Jazz Club

                      George Otsuka was one of Japan's most renowned jazz drummers. 'Sea Breeze', released in 1971 on the Union label, is his first record in quintet formation. Includes a killer version of 'Fool On The Hill'!

                      • – Sea Breeze
                      • – Fool on The Hill
                      • – Cannibal
                      • – Potato Chips
                      • – Jumping Cats
                      The Congos And FriendsFisherman StyleBlood And Fire

                      Just found MINT stock 2006..Limited


                      Awesome two CD or double vinyl set from Blood and Fire featuring brilliant new versions on the Congo's classic Lee Perry-produced Fisherman rhythm from a truly steller line up of classic and current artists! An hour and a half of hypnotic roots music overseen by deep dubmeisters Rhythm and Sound! Highly recommended!

                      • Congos – Fisherman
                      • Big Youth – Feed A Nation
                      • Horace Andy – Love Love Love
                      • Max Romeo – Give Praise
                      • Tony Tuf – Master Builder
                      • Prince Jazzbo – Live Good Today
                      • Freddie Mcgregor – Man Should Know
                      • Dean Frasier – Fishermans Anthem
                      • U Roy – Fishermans Style
                      • Sugar Minott – Captain Of The Ship
                      • Dillinger – Row Fast
                      • Mykal Rose – Let Your Love
                      • Luciano – Going Home
                      • Lutan Fyah – Whitewash Walls
                      • Paul St Hilaire – Carthage
                      • Country Culture – Make Poverty History
                      • Early One – Jig Jig Jig
                      • Gregory Isaacs – Spot And Beat The Bank
                      • Maclaw – Nuh Worry Your Mind
                      • Mr Raggamonica – Fisherman Melody
                      • Ricky Chaplin – Behold Jah Live
                      • Lucan I – Nine To Five
                      • Al Pancho – Enjoy Your Blessings
                      • The Upsetters Dub – Bring The Mackaback
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