The Prophets King Tubby's Prophecies Of Dub

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    • The Prophets – Fair Lady
    • The Prophets – Babylon Red
    • The Prophets – South West Block
    • The Prophets – Tear Gas In Waterhouse
    • The Prophets – Traditin Skank
    • The Prophets – Earth Fear
    • The Prophets – Black Out
    • The Prophets – Serious Rebellion
    • The Prophets – Gun Man From Waterhouse
    • The Prophets – Bad Man Skank
    • The Prophets – Passing Through
    • The Prophets – Was Alive
    • The Prophets – Ten To One Version *CD bonus
    • The Prophets – Words Dub *CD bonus Track
    • The Prophets – Man To Man Version *CD Bonus
    • The Prophets – A Living Version * CD bonus Track
    • 1. Fair Lady
    • 2. Babylon Red
    • 3. South West Block
    • 4. Tear Gas In Waterhouse
    • 5. Traditin Skank
    • 6. Earth Fear
    • 7. Black Out
    • 8. Serious Rebellion
    • 9. Gun Man From Waterhouse
    • 10. Bad Man Skank
    • 11. Passing Through
    • 12. Was Alive
    • 13. Ten To One Version *CD bonus
    • 14. Words Dub *CD bonus Track
    • 15. Man To Man Version *CD Bonus
    • 16. A Living Version * CD bonus Track

    Since it first appeared in 1976, King Tubby's dub-wise reworking of tracks by Yabby You's Prophets project has become a sought after item amongst reggae aficionados. Remarkably, it has never been reissued before, making this first vinyl edition in 23 years a must-have for those addicted to weighty bass, heavy riddims and echoing effects. There's much to enjoy from start to finish, including the delay-laden horns and gentle grooves of "Fair Lady", the surprisingly cheery skank of "Tear Gas In Waterhouse", the seductive solos of "Tradition Skank" and the low-slung, bass-heavy throb of "Serious Rebellion", a stripped back dub straight from the top drawer.

    Other Releases on Pressure Sounds

    Yabby You & The ProphetsConquering Lion (Expanded Edition)Pressure Sounds

    ‘Conquering Lion’ stands as one of the few truly essential albums of the roots era. As devotional as anything by Burning Spear, as polemical as Bob Marley, and as militant as the Mighty Diamonds, the album also communicates a haunting spiritual quality that is uniquely its own. Amazingly, for such a coherent work, the tracks were recorded over a period of at least four years, yet come together to present a single coherent vision. The album was first issued in Jamaica by Micron, and in the UK with a different tracklisting as ‘Ram-A-Dam’ on the Lucky label in 1976. Here the album is presented for the first time in expanded form, together with its dub counterpart. Vivian ‘Yabby You’ Jackson is often portrayed as a strange, otherworldly figure. Yet his life was filled with two opposing forces, the spiritual and the earthly. Even as Yabby was yearning for a higher plane of existence, he was scratching out a difficult living in the ghetto. Whilst warning of sinful secular behaviour, he was working at the race track taking bets. As well as creating some of the most powerful and heartfelt music to come out of Jamaica, Yabby was busy cutting deals with studios and musicians, and hustling round the record shops to sell his products. And these contradictions seem to have fuelled some of his best music, pushing him into places that other artists shied away from.

    * CD Bonus Tracks

    • – Run Come Rally
    • – Jah Vengence
    • – Conquering Lion
    • – Covetous Men
    • – Anti Christ
    • – Carnal Mind
    • – Jah Love
    • – Love Thy Neighbour
    • – Love Of Jah
    • – The Man Who Does The Work
    • Dubs – Rally Dub
    • – Hungering Dub *
    • – Tubby's Vengeance
    • – Version Dub *
    • – Conquering Dub
    • – Big Youth Fights Against Capitalist
    • – Anti Christ Rock
    • – Jah Love Dub
    • – Warning Version
    • – Love Thy Neighbour Version
    • – Love Of Jah Version Version
    • – Work Without Pay Dub
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    When Jah Shall ComePressure Sounds

    Bunny Lee recorded a massive volume of remarkably consistent music in the 70s. This compilation brings together rare and unreleased cuts that put the listener bang in the middle of a typical recording session, complete with false starts and studio banter.

    Linval Thompson is represented by two unreleased tunes, and is also heard in the runup to 'Tommy's Vibration'. Once the 'flying cymbal' sound had taken off, Bunny often recorded a 'flyers' and a straight version of the same rhythm: 'Tommy's Vibration' is a classic but little known Tommy McCook instrumental on the flyers cut of Linval's 'Jah Jah A The Conqueror'. 'Ethiopian Rock' is a total scorcher, the only recorded tune by the deejay Jah Smile, before Bunny persuaded him to turn to singing and changed his name to Barry Brown.

    In a healthy spirit of competition, Bunny often tried out different singers on tunes that he thought would hit, hence Ronnie Davis's soulful take on Johnny Clarke's 'Every Knee Shall Bow', Johnny's version of Horace Andy's 'Better Collie', and Johnny and Horace sharing vocals on 'No Man Is An Island', all unreleased until now. 'No Babylon Shall Escape In This Time' has Johnny Clarke and 'Bongo' Herman Davis recorded over the original version side of Johnny's 'None Shall Escape The Judgement'. 'Life Of My Own' is a beautifully constructed lament by a singer who neither Bunny nor various expert ears have managed to identify: at Bunny's suggestion he is credited as 'The Raver'. 'War Zone' and 'Keep On Running' are examples of Tubby's mixes that have had further effects dubbed on elsewhere; sound systems and foreign record labels occasionally did this to manufacture their own specials from existing mixes. 'Jamaican Fruit Of African Roots' has recently been the subject of the fascinating documentary 'Shella Record: A Reggae Mystery'; the Lennox Brown cut here has only just been discovered. Also included are two stinging dubplates by Cornell Campbell: the first is aimed straight to the head of Arrows sound system, while the second, recorded in the early 80s, sums up the vital partnership of two of Jamaica's musical giants:



    * previously unreleased ** CD bonus track

    • Tommy McCook – Tommy's Vibes
    • Johnny Clarke – No Babylon Shall Escape In This Time *
    • Jah Smile – Ethiopian Rock
    • Lennox Brown – Jamaican Fruit Of African Roots *
    • Ronnie Davis – Every Knee Shall Bow *
    • Cornell Campbell – King Tubby's vs Arrows Dubplate *
    • Al Campbell – One Room Shack
    • John Forbes – War Zone
    • Linval Thompson – Look How Long Nyabinghi Calling You *
    • The Raver – Life Of My Own *
    • The Aggrovators – Bell Road Rock *
    • Cornell Campbell – Keep On Running
    • U-Roy – The Right To Live
    • Al Campbell – Wicked A Go Feel It
    • Tommy McCook – Joe Frazier *
    • Johnny Clarke – No Man Is An Island *
    • Linval Thompson – Go Jah Jah Pickney *
    • Johnny Clarke – Better Collie *
    Yabby You Meets King TubbyWalls Of JerusalemPressure Sounds

    ‘Walls of Jerusalem’ is a unique musical collaboration between the producer Yabby You and the legendary dub master King Tubby. The two were close friends, frequent collaborators and deep admirers of each other’s artistry. ‘Walls of Jerusalem’ was the last full-length project they worked on together. For years this release lay buried in obscurity: original copies came out, in minute quantities, on the Prophets Label in a blank, white sleeve. A later issued even misnamed the artist. Yet the music within is deep roots of the highest quality – mesmerizing tracks that illustrate Yabby You’s particular sound and spiritual vision. Disc One presents the album in its original form, showcasing King Tubby’s virtuosity as an engineer, deliberately shaping a sophisticated stereo mix to aid in the creation of a bold, artistic statement. Disc Two includes a number of never-released studio outtakes, alternate mixes and instrumental cuts of some of Yabby You’s most classic tunes. These mixes put the listener right there in the studio, complete with “chatter” between the musicians, Tubby and Yabby discovered on the master tapes, and included between the tracks of this reissue. Together, the two discs of Walls Of Jerusalem are dub and roots music of the finest order and and a major celebration of the creative genius of Yabby You and King Tubby. This Double LP is lovingly packaged with extensive sleeve notes by Diggory Kenrick. * previously unreleased + CD has two bonus tracks.

    • Yabby You – Walls Of Jerusalem
    • – Chant Down Babylon
    • – Firey Dub
    • – Dub Plague
    • Studio Outtakes - Vivian Jackson – The Man Who Does The Work*
    • Vivian Jackson & The Prophets – Go To School Jah Jah Children*
    • More Versions - The Prophets – Jah Vengeance*
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    Joy LindsayThis Child Of MinePressure Sounds

    One off stocking of rare Pressure Sound 7" from 2014, superb reissue of mid 70s soulful female roots vocal with killer Jimmy Radway dub on the flip. Comes in hand stamped brown card sleeve.

    • – This Child Of Mine
    Vivian 'Yabby You' JacksonFire In A KingstonPressure Sounds

    Sly and Robbie created the rhythm as Yabby You name checks the tough neighbourhoods scattered around Kingston’s ghetto areas. Mixing biblical quotations as he moves between his own unique spiritual sermon and mid 70s JA politics. Not been available for some time on the Prophet label. Version on the flipside. Comes in a Custom Yabby 7’ sleeve.

    • Vivian 'Yabby You' Jackson – Fire In A Kingston
    • King Tubby – Kingston Dub
    Bree DanielsOh Me Oh MyPressure Sounds

    Lee Perry’s playful nature credited this 45 to Jane Fonda’s character in Klute!! About as Post Modern as you can get. The music is a storming up tempo joy ride. ‘I may forget your name but not your face’ possibly relates to the story of ‘Klute’ which obviously caught ‘Scratch’s’ attention. Comes with a lush version on the flipside. A custom printed sleeve as well. ‘You build me up and get me high’ Killer

    • Bree Daniels – Oh Me Oh My
    • The Upsetters – Oh Me Oh Dub
    Bobby Ellis And The UpsettersSka BabyPressure Sounds

    Ska Baby by Bobby Ellis. Produced and Directed by the Upsetter. Subtle Black Ark instrumental. Comes with a lovely dub on the flipside. In a custom bag. Nice tune.

    • – Ska Baby
    • – Ska Version
    Frankie JonesGun FeverPressure Sounds

    Frankie Jones’ “Gun Fever” is a dark and heavy piece of digital roots; a rare representation of 80s Jamaican music that appealed equally to the UK roots and dancehall crowds. Originally released in 1986 on a Third World 12”, the record was limited in distribution and became a heavily sought after tune by serious collectors and selectors alike. This Pressure Sounds release on a crisp, newly mastered 45 is the first time “Gun Fever” has been reissued; and the first time it has appeared on 7” vinyl. Comes in a hand stamped bag.

    • – Gun Fever
    • – Gun Fever (Version)
    Vivian Jackson & The ProphetsJudgement TimePressure Sounds

    Essential up-tempo roots classic from Yabby You aka Vivian Jackson and the Prophets. “Judgment Time” layers heavy bass and horn arrangements against driving, “militant” style drums to create the perfect backdrop for deep, conscious lyrics and The Prophets’ gorgeous harmonies. The B-side is a heavyweight dub that finds King Tubby expertly using his vaunted talents to create a “Judgment Time” version as powerful as the original vocal side.

    • Vivian Jackson & The Prophets – Judgement Time
    • – Prophets Dub
    Diggory Kenrick & The ProphetsVengeancePressure Sounds

    For years, Diggory Kenrick has been re-energizing classic roots and rocksteady through his musical collaborations with original source material taken from master tape. For “Vengeance,” Kenrick crafts a welcome, new addition to the Yabby You catalog with a sax-led, scorching take of “Jah Vengeance.” On the B-Side Kenrick takes to the mixing board for a vital dub mix of the A-side.

    • Diggory Kenrick & The Prophets – Vengeance
    • – Kenrick's Version
    Bunny Lee PresentsDubbing In The Front Yard + Conflict DubPressure Sounds

    Bunny Lee as producer. Prince Jammy as engineer. The Aggrovators making the tracks. It is the Holy Trinity of Jamaican Music. Throughout the years, recorded music has been shaped by some enduring partnerships between producer and engineer, such as Teo Macero and Fred Plautt for Miles Davis, Jerry Wexler and Tom Dowd for Atlantic Records, and George Martin and Geoff Emerick for the Beatles. But possibly none were as prolific as the collaboration between Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee and Prince Jammy at King Tubby’s Studio between 1976 and 1982.

    In 1977 and 1982 respectively, Conflict Dub and Dubbing In The Front Yard were released in London as white labels in extremely limited quantities. The two LPs found the triumvirate of Lee, Jammy and The Aggrovators in perfect form with driving instrumentals, flashes of vocal beauty and mixes that ripped apart and rebuilt traditional notions of sonic structure. Due to the nature of their limited release (not to mention the lack of artwork and even titles) the two dub LPs quickly disappeared into that mythic realm of records whispered about by only the most hard-core reggae collectors. This release is the first-ever reissue of these sought after LPs, and contains all the original songs in both vinyl form (double LP set with both albums on the original labels) and a lush double pack cd with 3 extra bonus tracks. The sleeve notes are by Diggory Kenrick with amazing photos by Howard Johnson, director of the influential Channel 4 documentary ‘Deep Roots Music’.

    The 3 CD bonus tracks are all remixes. Two from Paolo ‘Dubfiles’ Baldini for the Dubbing in the Front Yard set. One for Conflict Dub by Diggory Kenrick.

    • – Dubbing In The Front Yard
    • – Judgement Dub
    • – The Gates Of Dub
    • – Babylon Dub
    • – Somewhere Version
    • – Carry On Dubwise
    • – Crab In A Barrel Dub
    Phillip FullwoodI Gave You My WordPressure Sounds

    1979 roots vocal cut from Phillip Fullwood, 1st time reissued since the time..

      I-Mo-JahRockers From The Land Of ReggaePressure Sounds

      The 100th release on Pressure Sounds is the brilliant set of ‘Rockers from the land of reggae’ this album was originally released in 1982 and has never been re-released since. Its some what amazing that this album has never been made available since its first release. Now re-mastered and with bonus tracks. An essential release for all fans of roots music. I Mo Jah only ever made one album and it was exceptional. The sleeve was a hand drawn illustration by Magnus Johnson a prime mover in the Boston hip hop scene and cult radio Dj. He later went on to be celebrated artist in the Boston area.

        I-Mo-Jah / Phillip FullwoodRockers From The Land Of Reggae & Words In DubPressure Sounds

        Pressure Sounds 100th release!

        Double CD Pack with both albums 'Rockers From The Land Of Reggae' and 'Words In Dub' plus six bonus tracks spread over the two CDs. Extensive sleeve notes and lovingly packaged!

          Owen GrayHear We Them A SayPressure Sounds

          A prodigy of the Alpha boys school Owen Gray deliver a heartfelt roots vocal on a rhythm most likely supplied by Sly Dunbar and Lloyd Parks. This is a top tune and Phil Pratts production is sympathetic to Owen Grays voice. The rhythm was remixed at London’s Easy street studio and used on the ‘War is on dub style’ set. There is a distinct Roots Radics feel to the rhythm and the veteran Owen Gray handles it perfectly. A rootsy that is well worthy of being re-issued. ‘Why did you kill your brother for a dollar’ as appropriate now as it was when it was released. Bobby Kalphat .makes an appearance on melodica in the second half of the track.

            Ronnie DavisStrange Things / Black CinderellaPressure Sounds

            Two crisp and crunchy Phill Pratt productions. The A side has an extended version of the song Strange things. Ronnie Davis takes the lead vocal on this version of the song that was written by Horace Andy and made famous by John Holt. ‘Black Cinderella’ on the Flip side was cut by Errol Dunkley for Jimmy Radway and Ronnie Davis’s version is an updated cut that was recorded in Jamaica with Sly and Robbie as the rhythm section. These songs were remixed in the Uk as dubs for ‘The war is on dub style’ set. Both sides of the ten inch are extended versions.

              Phil PrattThe War Is On Dub StylePressure Sounds

              Very rare Phil Pratt produced dub album "The War Is On Dub Style" gets reissued for the first time with original tunes on the vinyl and with 3 extra vocal and one dub track on the CD. Early 80s rhythm tracks recorded in Jamaica then dubbed at Easy Street studio in Bethnal Green east London.

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                Devon IronsJerusalemPressure Sounds

                The original cut of the Althea and Donna ‘Gone to Negril’ track. Released by Pressure Sounds in 2005 and then deleted. Now on the Talent 77 label, produced by Tommy Cowan and in a hand stamped bag. Much more on the roots tip than the playful Althea and Donna cut.

                • Devon Irons – Jerusalem
                • The Talent Crew – Version
                Bunny Lee & The AggrovatorsSuper Dub Disco StylePressure Sounds


                Originally released in 1979 on West London label "Jamaica Sound" Superb dub album mixed at King Tubby's & Channel One. Vinyl is single vinyl and the CD is as below..

                Double Cd with the Super Disco Style with 3 bonus tracks on the CD. The Tommy McCook 'Super Star Disco Rockers' set is a free bonus CD. There are a couple of bonus tracks thrown in on the second Tommy McCook set for good measure. Comes with extensive notes by Diggory Kenrick a deluxe digital pack for the price of a single CD.

                • – Money In Your Pocket Dub
                • – Shalin Temple Dub
                • – Portobello Special Dub
                • – The Revolutionaries Heavy Weight Dub
                • – The Scientist Dub
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                Lloyd Parks & We The PeopleMeet The PeoplePressure Sounds

                Self produced set By Lloyd Parks. Recorded at Joe Gibbs with a stellar support cast. The CD comes with 6 bonus tracks and the vinyl single vinyl LP is as it was on its original release. Sleeve notes by Diggory Kenrick and comes with the usual booklet and photos. * CD bonus Tracks Please note: VINYL NOW IN STOCK..

                • – Reality
                • – Life Ain't Easy
                • – You Hurt My Pride
                • – Ordinary Man
                • – Trench Town Girl
                • – Ah Rock Dis Yah Bass Line
                • – I Want To Go Home
                • – I Love You Girlie
                • – Grand Father Girlie*
                • – Part Two*
                • – Slaving (Steppers Cut)*
                • – Part Two*
                • – School Days*
                • – Part Two*
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                Al BrownAin't No LovePressure Sounds

                A real classic of its kind. Al Browns cover of Bobby Blands inspired Blues/soul refections on urban living had been a staple of his set at Kingstons popular ‘Tit for Tat’ nightclub. Brown had cut his first tunes for Studio One as Irving Brown before fronting the Skin Flesh and Bones band and had made a feature of covering R/B pop tunes in a reggae style. His biggest hit was his cover of Al Greens ‘Here I am’. 'Ain't No Love' has not been available on 45 since its first pressing on Tommy Cowans Arab label although it was produced by Al Brown. Comes in a hand stamped bag

                • Al Brown – Ain't No Love
                • Skin Flesh & Bones – Dubs In The City
                Althea And DonnaGone To NegrilPressure Sounds

                Producer Tommy Cowans cut the first version of the ‘Gone to Negril’ rhythm for Devon Irons to voice the song ‘Jersualem’ on. He then returned to the same rhythm for the follow to the pop hit ‘Up Town Top Ranking’ with Althea and Donna for ‘Gone to Negril’. 

                Some where along the line prompted by Bob Marley Tommy Cowans took the tapes up to the Black Ark . Anyone who was coming from another planet who wanted to know what Lee Perry was about would be well advised to listen to the all out audio assault of ‘Crazy Negril’. 

                Like a careering car that Perry just about maintains control off ‘Crazy Negril’ screeches whirls and zooms from one side to the other of the musical track. Possibly because it was a ‘mix’ that he was asked to do for someone else from the outside Perry throws caution to the wind and adds a simple rhythm box as well as whistles and a cow bell to amazing effect. It's a an inspired version and adds to the slightly commercial song on the A side. Although ‘Gone to Negril’ has its lyrical moments as well. Anyone who rhymes ‘Adam and Eve without their leaves’ and ‘Femine gender ranking agenda’ is alright by me.
                credits

                • Althea – Going To Negril
                • Lee Perry & Inner Circle – Crazy Negril
                Once Upon A Time At King Tubby'sOnce Upon A Time At King Tubby'sPressure Sounds

                NOW ON VINYL...1st Time..

                Once upon a time at King Tubbys captures from start to finish the full story of the most well known,and certainly the wittiest of all the war of words that the highly competitive Kingston music scene ever produced. I Roy and Prince Jazzbo were the main players with Derrick Morgan, Johnny Clarke, Bunny Lee and King Tubby getting in the mix.

                • Johnny Clarke – Do You Love Me?
                • I Roy – Straight To Jazzbo's Head
                • King Tubby & The Aggrovators – Version
                • Prince Jazzbo – Straight To I Roy's Head
                • King Tubby & The Aggrovators – Version
                • I Roy – Padlock
                • Prince Jazzbo – Gal Boy I Roy
                • I Roy – Jazzbo Have Fe Run
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                King TubbyDubbing In The Back YardPressure Sounds

                An overlooked slice of early eighties dub from Striker Lee. Actually mixed by Prince Jammy at Tubbys studio. CD has 13 tracks and an added free cd of Delroy Wilson's 'Go Away Dream' album thrown in for good measure. The vinyl LP sticks to the original 10 track release. Sleevenotes by Diggory Kenrick and photos by Howard Johnson of Channel 4s Deep Roots Music fame. An excellent package.

                  Delroy WilsonGo Away DreamPressure Sounds

                  A Delroy Wilson set that has slipped between the cracks a little bit. A great singer who perhaps we take for granted due to the volume of releases. Check out the track 'Go away dream' for an insight into his song writing and vocal gifts. Ably backed by the Agrovators who do a fair impression of the Radics who were carrying the swing at the time. This might not be the first Delroy Wilson album you reach for from the shelf. Give it a chance and it and it will grow on you. Sleevnotes by Diggory Kenrick.

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                    Bunny Lee recorded a massive volume of remarkably consistent music in the 70s. This compilation brings together rare and unreleased cuts that put the listener bang in the middle of a typical recording session, complete with false starts and studio banter.

                    Linval Thompson is represented by two unreleased tunes, and is also heard in the runup to 'Tommy's Vibration'. Once the 'flying cymbal' sound had taken off, Bunny often recorded a 'flyers' and a straight version of the same rhythm: 'Tommy's Vibration' is a classic but little known Tommy McCook instrumental on the flyers cut of Linval's 'Jah Jah A The Conqueror'. 'Ethiopian Rock' is a total scorcher, the only recorded tune by the deejay Jah Smile, before Bunny persuaded him to turn to singing and changed his name to Barry Brown.

                    In a healthy spirit of competition, Bunny often tried out different singers on tunes that he thought would hit, hence Ronnie Davis's soulful take on Johnny Clarke's 'Every Knee Shall Bow', Johnny's version of Horace Andy's 'Better Collie', and Johnny and Horace sharing vocals on 'No Man Is An Island', all unreleased until now. 'No Babylon Shall Escape In This Time' has Johnny Clarke and 'Bongo' Herman Davis recorded over the original version side of Johnny's 'None Shall Escape The Judgement'. 'Life Of My Own' is a beautifully constructed lament by a singer who neither Bunny nor various expert ears have managed to identify: at Bunny's suggestion he is credited as 'The Raver'. 'War Zone' and 'Keep On Running' are examples of Tubby's mixes that have had further effects dubbed on elsewhere; sound systems and foreign record labels occasionally did this to manufacture their own specials from existing mixes. 'Jamaican Fruit Of African Roots' has recently been the subject of the fascinating documentary 'Shella Record: A Reggae Mystery'; the Lennox Brown cut here has only just been discovered. Also included are two stinging dubplates by Cornell Campbell: the first is aimed straight to the head of Arrows sound system, while the second, recorded in the early 80s, sums up the vital partnership of two of Jamaica's musical giants:



                    * previously unreleased ** CD bonus track

                    • Tommy McCook – Tommy's Vibes
                    • Johnny Clarke – No Babylon Shall Escape In This Time *
                    • Jah Smile – Ethiopian Rock
                    • Lennox Brown – Jamaican Fruit Of African Roots *
                    • Ronnie Davis – Every Knee Shall Bow *
                    • Cornell Campbell – King Tubby's vs Arrows Dubplate *
                    • Al Campbell – One Room Shack
                    • John Forbes – War Zone
                    • Linval Thompson – Look How Long Nyabinghi Calling You *
                    • The Raver – Life Of My Own *
                    • The Aggrovators – Bell Road Rock *
                    • Cornell Campbell – Keep On Running
                    • U-Roy – The Right To Live
                    • Al Campbell – Wicked A Go Feel It
                    • Tommy McCook – Joe Frazier *
                    • Johnny Clarke – No Man Is An Island *
                    • Linval Thompson – Go Jah Jah Pickney *
                    • Johnny Clarke – Better Collie *
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                    Compilation of Lee 'Scratch' Perry productions, all from original 7" singles dated between 1973-79. All of the selections were recorded at The Black Ark Studio, Kingston Jamaica. All tracks featured on previous Studio 16 release The Black Emperor, these are the rare dub versions.

                    • The Upsetter – Rockstone Dub
                    • The Upsetter – Noah Sugar Pan
                    • The Upsetter – Ketch A Dub
                    • The Upsetters – Black Bat
                    • The Upsetters – Proverbs Of Dub
                    • The Upsetters – Militant Rock
                    • The Upsetters – Iron I
                    • Lee Perry – Know Love Version
                    • The Upsetters – Kiss Me Neck - Da Ba Da
                    • Jah Lloyd – Leggo
                    • Lee Perry – Travelling Version
                    • The Upsetters – Groovy Dub
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                    • Trees Speak – Gläserner Mensch
                    • Trees Speak – Machine Vision
                    • Trees Speak – Hidden Machine
                    Trees SpeakOhmsSoul Jazz Records

                    Super-limited new 1000 copies special white vinyl edition!

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                    When the band Trees Speak, coming out of nowhere, released an exclusive one-off 100-pressing white label 45, described as CAN/NEU! meets LIQUID LIQUID, it sold out so quickly (in less than 30 mins - one for sale on Discogs now at £400!) that Soul Jazz Records decided to release their album almost immediately.

                    Here it is! And it's awesome!

                    Soul Jazz Records rarely release new music but found the music of TREES SPEAK’s album ‘OHMS’ so stunning and to have so many elements of music that they admired that they felt compelled to release it.

                    The group Trees Speak are from Tucson, Arizona and create new music that sounds like GERMAN KRAUTROCK meets NO WAVE/POST-PUNK and PSYCH ROCK – music for fans of CLUSTER, TANGERINE DREAM, CAN, NEU!, SILVER APPLES and early KRAFTWERK.

                    The album ‘OHMS’ sounds at times like a tripped out & moody JOHN CARPENTER/GOBLIN/MORRICONE soundtrack that seamlessly segues into propulsive, ‘motorik’ Krautrock instrumentals loaded with fuzzy, hypnotic mellotron, synths and analogue effects, as well as elements of ART ENSEMBLE free jazz, and all at times reaching a kind of post-rave psychedelia. More recent comparisons would include BEAK and GHOST BOX who draw upon similar themes and styles.

                    Trees Speak are Daniel Martin Diaz and Damian Diaz plus musicians from the Tucson, Arizona scene such as Giant Sand, XIXA and James Hunter. ‘Trees Speak’ relates to the idea of future technologies storing information and data in Trees and plants - using them as hard drives – and the idea that Trees communicate collectively.

                    Trees Speak - Ohms :

                    Album of the Month - Splintered Eye/50 Best albums 2020 - Pop Matters/Favourite albums 2020 -The Soap Company/Albums of the Year 2020 -Bear Tree Records/Independent Albums of the Year -Love Records/Albums of the Year -Concrete Islands

                    • Trees Speak – Soul Sequencer
                    • Trees Speak – Nitrous Cross
                    • Trees Speak – Shadow Circuit
                    • Trees Speak – Blame Shifter
                    • Trees Speak – Spirit Duplicator
                    • Trees Speak – Nobody Knows
                    • Trees Speak – Sadness In Wires
                    • Trees Speak – State Of Clear
                    • Trees Speak – Sleep Crime
                    • Trees Speak – Knowing
                    • Trees Speak – Splendid Sun
                    • Trees Speak – Ohms
                    • Trees Speak – Out Of View
                    • Trees Speak – Psychic Wounds
                    • Trees Speak – Silicone Emotions
                    • Trees Speak – Octave Cycle
                    • Trees Speak – Witch Wound
                    Deutsche Elektronische MusikSoul Jazz Records

                    AVAILABLE AGAIN! Soul Jazz Records new 2018 edition of their long out of print classic first “Deutsche Elektronische Musik – Experimental German Rock and Electronic Music 1972-83” is ‘a near-definitive guide to some of the world’s most extraordinary music’ (The Guardian).


                    Featuring a stunning line-up of groups including Cluster, Can, Faust, Popol Vuh, Neu!, Amon Düül, Harmonia, La Düsseldorf and Tangerine Dream as well as a host of lesser known groups such as Kollectiv, Ibliss, Between and many more. This new edition is fully re-mastered and features all the original artwork and tracks.


                    The first seeds of German rock and experimental electronic music were planted in 1968, as students and workers in Paris, Prague, Mexico and throughout the world demonstrated against mainstream society, the war in Vietnam, imperialism and bourgeois values. The birth of a counter-culture, drug experimentation and social change expanded musical worlds. Germany experienced its own cultural revolution fuelled by these worldwide student and worker revolts and by a generation’s desire to rid itself of the guilt of war.


                    German rock and experimental electronic music grew out of this worldwide counter-cultural revolution of 1968. The objectives were to create new music, ‘free’ from the past, many German youth turning their back on mainstream society. From the opening of the first collective/cooperative, Kommune 1, in Berlin, to the formation of the Baader-Meinhof terrorist group and the bombings, kidnappings and killings of the Revolutionary Armed Forces (RAF), young Germans sought out new values and a lifestyle outside of ‘the system’.


                    These cooperative and communal experiences led to a number of new collective German bands forming such as Amon Düül, Faust, Can (all featured here) and others and these ideals drove this new movement. A music that gave seed out of the cultural ‘nothingness’ that young Germans felt as a consequence of Germany’s role in the Second World War. A generation who grew up stifled by the recent history of Nazi atrocities, the guilt of their parents’ generation and their disillusionment at the reintegration of old Nazis into mainstream society.



                    Influenced equally by the electronic experimentalism of Stockhausen, the progressive rock of Pink Floyd and the black American jazz and soul music played at the occupying armed forces bases, young German artists seamlessly created out of this a new unique music with its own unique identity.


                    Double CD pack with large 36-page outsize booklet encased in slipcase. The vinyl edition is made up of TWO separate volume heavyweight loud gatefold double albums (now + free download codes) featuring all sleevenotes and text.

                    Double Vinyl Record A is tracks 1-13 (+ Download Code)

                    Double Vinyl Record B is tracks 14 - 24 (+ Download Code)

                    Digital download does not include track 3 and 23 which are physical only

                    REVIEWS:

                    ***** GUARDIAN REVIEW (John Savage)

                    ***** GUARDIAN REVIEW (Dave Simpson)

                    2x LP Record A/CD1:

                    1. Can – A Spectacle
                    2. Between – Devotion
                    3. Harmonia – Dino
                    4. Gila – This Morning
                    5. Kollektiv – Rambo Zambo
                    6. Michael Bundt – La Chasse Aux Microbes
                    7. E.M.A.K. – Filmmuzik
                    8. Popol Vuh – Morgengruss
                    9. Conrad Schnitzler – Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal
                    10. La Düsseldorf – Rheinita
                    11. Harmonia – Veterano
                    12. Faust – It's A Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl
                    13. Neu! – Hallo Gallo

                    2x LP Record B/CD2:

                    1. Cluster – Heisse Lippen
                    2. Ibliss – High Life
                    3. Moebius – Hasenheide
                    4. Amon Düül II – Fly United
                    5. Popol Vuh – Aguirre 1
                    6. Ash Ra Tempel – Daydream
                    7. Tangerine Dream – No Man's Land
                    8. Amon Düül II – Wie Der Wind Am Ende Einer Strasse
                    9. Roedelius – Geradewohl
                    10. Can – I Want More
                    11. Deuter – Soham

                    • Can – Aspectacle
                    • Between – Devotion
                    • Harmonia – Dino
                    • Gila – This Morning
                    • Kollectiv – Rambo Zambo
                    • Michael Bundt – La Chasse Aux Microbes
                    • E.M.A.K – Filmmusik
                    • Popol Vuh – Morgengruss
                    • Conrad Schnitzler – Auf Dem Schwarzen Kanal
                    • La Düsseldorf – Rheinita
                    • Harmonia – Veterano
                    • Faust – It's A Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl
                    • Neu! – Hallo Gallo
                    • Cluster – Heisse Lippen
                    • Ibliss – Hi Life
                    • Dieter Moebius – Hasenheide
                    • Amon Duul II – Fly United
                    • Popol Vuh – Aguirre 1
                    • Ash Ra Tempel – Daydream
                    • Tangerine Dream – No Man's Land
                    • Amon Duul II – Wie Der Wind Am Ende Einer Strasse
                    • Roedelius – Geradewohl
                    • Can – I Want More
                    • Deuter – Soham
                    Yabby You Meets King TubbyWalls Of JerusalemPressure Sounds

                    ‘Walls of Jerusalem’ is a unique musical collaboration between the producer Yabby You and the legendary dub master King Tubby. The two were close friends, frequent collaborators and deep admirers of each other’s artistry. ‘Walls of Jerusalem’ was the last full-length project they worked on together. For years this release lay buried in obscurity: original copies came out, in minute quantities, on the Prophets Label in a blank, white sleeve. A later issued even misnamed the artist. Yet the music within is deep roots of the highest quality – mesmerizing tracks that illustrate Yabby You’s particular sound and spiritual vision. Disc One presents the album in its original form, showcasing King Tubby’s virtuosity as an engineer, deliberately shaping a sophisticated stereo mix to aid in the creation of a bold, artistic statement. Disc Two includes a number of never-released studio outtakes, alternate mixes and instrumental cuts of some of Yabby You’s most classic tunes. These mixes put the listener right there in the studio, complete with “chatter” between the musicians, Tubby and Yabby discovered on the master tapes, and included between the tracks of this reissue. Together, the two discs of Walls Of Jerusalem are dub and roots music of the finest order and and a major celebration of the creative genius of Yabby You and King Tubby. This Double LP is lovingly packaged with extensive sleeve notes by Diggory Kenrick. * previously unreleased + CD has two bonus tracks.

                    • Yabby You – Walls Of Jerusalem
                    • – Chant Down Babylon
                    • – Firey Dub
                    • – Dub Plague
                    • Studio Outtakes - Vivian Jackson – The Man Who Does The Work*
                    • Vivian Jackson & The Prophets – Go To School Jah Jah Children*
                    • More Versions - The Prophets – Jah Vengeance*
                    • 2×LP£20.00
                      In stockAdd to Bag
                    • 2×CD£12.00
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                    Elizabeth ArcherFeel like making loveOld Hard Bread

                    Great U.K. uptempo roots lovers tune from 1977 with wicked dub on the flip, limited edition of 350. Please note this copy is a Numbered WHITE LABEL press of 100.

                    • – Feel Like Making Love
                    • – Feel Like Making Love (Dub)
                    • 7"£13.99
                      Out of stock
                    Punk 45: The Singles Cover Art of Punk 1976-80Edited by Jon Savage and Stuart BakerSoul Jazz Books

                    Soul Jazz Records’ massive deluxe 400-page Punk 45s cover art book edited and compiled by Jon Savage (author of the seminal book on punk, England’s Dreaming) and Stuart Baker (founder of Soul Jazz Records).

                    The book includes introduction and text by Jon Savage, numerous interviews, features and articles from the likes of Richard Hell, Seymour Stein (Sire Records), Geoff Travis (Rough Trade), Peter Saville (Factory), Martin Mills (Beggars Banquet), Dave Robinson (Stiff Records), Richard H Kirk (Cabaret Voltaire), Martin Moscrop (A Certain Ratio) as well as exhaustive biographies, band line-ups and more to create an in-depth study of punk during its formative years.

                    This book features the original full-size singles cover art of hundreds of punk groups - everyone from the pre-punk roots of The Stooges, MC5 and New York Dolls on to punk's birth in New York (Ramones, Talking Heads, Voidoids, Dead Boys) and London (Pistols, Clash, Buzzcocks) and then its rapid growth around the world. Included are hundreds and hundreds of rare, classic and stunning sleeves that collected together for the first time chart the rise of punk between the years 1976-1980.

                      Charles RouseTwo Is One (1974)Strata-East

                      Heavyweight Strata-East deep and heavy funky jazz bomb - Hopscotch is a KILLER tune + loads more. Airto in the line-up as well as Stanley Clarke with some heavy b-lines!

                      • – Bitchin'
                      • – Hopscotch
                      • – Two Is One
                      Ray IWeatherman SkankBlack & White

                      Party classic!! It's a bullet! Plus killer Tubbys dub

                      • Ray I – Weatherman Skank
                      • 7"£5.99
                        Out of stock
                      Justin Hinds & The DominoesThe Road Is RoughTreasure Isle / Push Music

                      Two rare Rocksteady cuts from Justin Hinds & The Dominoes and Tommy McCook back to back on these limited Japanese pressings.

                      • – The Road Is Rough
                      • – Look Away
                      • 7"£13.99
                        Out of stock
                      Deutsche Elektronische Musik 4Soul Jazz Records

                      This is the new instalment of Soul Jazz Records’ ground-breaking Deutsche Elektronische Musik series, ‘A near-definitive guide to some of the world's most extraordinary music’ (The Guardian).

                      This latest edition features many of the classic German electronic and Krautrock groups from the 1970s & 80s – including Can, Amon Duul II, Harmonia, Conrad Schnitzler, Agitiation Free, Roedelius – as well as a host of lesser known artists such as Dzyan, Klauss Weiss, Gruppe Between and many more.

                      Deutsche Elektronische rarities unearthed on the album include Kalacakra (whose fan-base included the great Moondog!) and their superb ‘Nearby Shiras,’ taken from their super-rare spiritual/psychedelic private press concept album Crawling to Lhasa, from 1972.

                      Deutsche Elektronische 4 includes a wealth of German electronic experimental artists – the seminal pioneering group Harmonia (Roedelius, Moebius and Michael Rother), avant-garde guru Conrad Schnitzler as well as lesser known synthetic artists such as Klauss Weiss, Deutsche Wertarbeit, E.M.A.K. (Electronische Musik Aus Koln), Gunter Schickert and others.

                      Finally, the album also features an array of heavy and progressive German cosmic rock groups – Dzyan, Virus and the amazing Turkish/German tripped out sound of Alex’s ‘Patella Black’, recorded at Can’s Inner Space in 1973, produced by Holger Czukay and Jackie Liebezeit.

                      Deutsche Elektronische 4 comes with extensive newly commissioned sleevenotes by David Stubbs, author of the seminal books ‘Future Days: Krautrock and the building of Modern Germany’, ‘Mars By 1980: The story of Electronic Music’, and ‘Krautrock: Cosmic Rock and its Legacy’.

                      This album comes as a heavyweight triple vinyl edition with full colour inner sleeves, as well as a deluxe double CD edition with outsize booklet and slipcase. Both formats include full liner notes and extensive rare photography.

                      • Alex – Patella Black
                      • Klaus Weiss – Driving Sequences
                      • Can – I'm So Green
                      • Agitation Free – Laila, Part II
                      • Deutsche Wertarbeit – Guten Abend, Leute
                      • Amon Düül II – Wolf City
                      • Michael Rother – Flammende Herzen
                      • Klaus Weiss – Pink Sails
                      • Virus – My Strand-Eyed Girl
                      • Conrad Schnitzler – Ballet Statique
                      • Kalacakra – Nearby Shiras
                      • EMAK – Tanz In Den Himmel
                      • Et Cetera – Mellodrama 2a
                      • Between – Triumphzug Kaiser Maximilian I
                      • Roedelius – Halmharfe
                      • Dzyan – Dragonsong
                      • Harmonia – Deluxe (Immer Wieder)
                      • Günter Schickert – Suleika
                      • Witthüser & Westrupp – Schöpfung (1. Mose 1)
                      Sarathy Korwar & Upaj CollectiveNight Dreamer Direct-to-Disc SessionsNight Dreamer

                      On their Night Dreamer debut, the sensational drummer, percussionist and musical artist Sarathy Korwar and his allstar “UPAJ Collective” gain brand new ground in their mission to rebalance spiritual jazz with authentic Indian classical music. “UPAJ” means “to improvise” in Hindi, and recording direct-to-disc at Artone Studios with almost no preconceived directions, they truly capture the “spirit of spontaneous improvisation”, as Sarathy puts it, like never before.

                      • – So said Said
                      • – Flight IC 408
                      • – Elephant Hangover
                      • – Intimate Enemy
                      • – So said Said – Yoruba Soul Mix
                      • 2×LP£25.00
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                      Kitchen CynicsBeads Upon An AbacusThe Trilogy Tapes

                      Curious, eccentric pop experiments, steeped in the melody of the Far Eastern tradition. Strange, hypnotic incantation and another winner on The Trilogy Tapes!

                      • – Theme For Gwen
                      • – Dr Guild
                      • – Mistress Forsyth's Jump
                      • – Holburning
                      • – Persian Carpet In Reverse
                      • – Dr MacQueen Feeds The Media Frenzy
                      • – Phosphorus Tenement
                      • – Bluetit Babies (Instrumental)
                      • – Beads Upon An Abacus
                      • – The Entrepreneurs
                      • LP£23.00
                        Out of stock
                      Tommy McCookDeath TrapPressure Sounds

                      Tommy McCook’s playing perfectly suited to this inspired horns workout recorded at the Black Ark studio. King Tubby's dub on the flipside. Yabby at the height of his considerable powers as both Producer and musical visionary. Version on the flip side. In a custom bag.

                      • Tommy McCook – Death Trap
                      • King Tubby – Living Style
                      • 7"£8.00
                        Out of stock
                      StormzyGang Signs & PrayerMerky Records

                      Debut album from one of the biggest grime MC's in the game right now - Stormzy. Includes future classics 'Shut Up' & 'Cold'

                      • – First Things First
                      • – Cold
                      • – Bad Boys (featuring Ghetts and J HUS)
                      • – Big for Your Boots
                      • 2×LP (180g)£22.99
                        Out of stock
                      • CD£13.99
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                      The Soul LadsFunny / I Am Yours ForeverTreasure Isle / Push Music

                      Two rocksteady vocal cuts from The Soul Lads aka The Clarendonians with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics. Check other Treasure Isle 7" in stock..

                      • – Funny
                      • – I Am Yours Forever
                      • 7"£13.99
                        Out of stock
                      Augustus PabloSpirit Of Umoja / Idi AminDEB Music

                      Wicked late 70s roots cuts on the "Swing Easy" and "Kenyatta" riddims, produced by Dennis Brown & Castro Brown.

                      • Augustus Pablo – Spirit Of Umoja
                      • – Dub
                      • Ronald "Nambo" Robinson – Idi Amin
                      • – Dub
                      • 12"£10.99
                        Out of stock
                      Raul Monsalve y los ForajidosBichosOlindo Records

                      Ancestral Afro-Venezuelan rhythms meet futuristic Latin jazz, raw funk and Afrobeat on Raúl Monsalve y Los Forajidos’ exhilarating new ‘Bichos’ album for Olindo Records. Venezuelan bassist Raúl Monsalve leads an all-star ensemble of contemporary, musical trailblazers including “the voice of Venezuela” Betsayda Machado, singer Luzmira Zerpa and drummer Dave De Rose. Stunning release!

                      • – Malembe ft. Vasallos del sol
                      • – Bocón ft. Luzmira Zerpa
                      • – Cafunga
                      • – La Pulga
                      Clive HuntBad Bad Bad ("Golden Age" Reggae From A Legendary Producer)17 North Parade

                      Bad, Bad, Bad is a historical compilation of Clive Hunt’s exceptional 1970s and 80s roots reggae productions, featuring various artists that helped build his reputation. The collection includes rare tracks by Bonny Gayle, The Abyssinians, Junior Murvin, Max Romeo among others, including Hunt himself in his ‘Lizzard’ persona and as the lead singer of the In Crowd.

                      • The Abyssinians – Tenayistillin Wandimae
                      • Sylford Walker – I Can't Understand
                      • Bunny Gale – I Can't Change My Skin
                      • Pablo Moses – We Should Be In Angola
                      • The In Crowd – Tacko
                      • The In Crowd – Milk And Honey
                      • Azul – Bitter Sweet
                      • Lizzard – Satta I
                      • Bunny Gale – Mellow Up Yourself
                      • Junior Murvin – Give Me Your Love
                      • I-Roy – Flying High
                      • The In Crowd – Mango Walk
                      • The Now Generation – Peacemaker
                      • LP£18.00
                        Out of stock
                      Jeremy CunninghamThe Weather Up ThereNorthern Spy Records

                      Chicago drummer and composer Jeremy Cunningham lands on Northern Spy Records with 'The Weather Up There', his album featuring the cream of Chicago's jazz musicians: Cunningham formed a 'drum choir' for these recordings, comprised of close mentors and colleagues Mike Reed, Makaya McCraven, and Mikel Patrick Avery. Features Ben LaMar Gay, Jaimie Branch, Tomeka Reid, Dustin Laurenzi, Matt Ulery, and Josh Johnson.

                      • – Sleep (feat. Tomeka Reid, Josh Johnson & Dustin Laurenzi)
                      • – 1985 (feat. Jeff Parker)
                      • – All I Know (feat. Makaya McCraven, Mikel Patrick Avery, Mike Reed & Jaimie Branch)
                      • – It's Nothing (feat. Josh Johnson)
                      • – The Breaks (feat. Jeff Parker)
                      • 1. – Sleep (feat. Tomeka Reid, Josh Johnson & Dustin Laurenzi)
                      • 2. – 1985 (feat. Jeff Parker)
                      • 3. – All I Know (feat. Makaya McCraven, Mikel Patrick Avery, Mike Reed & Jaimie Branch)
                      • View full info and tracklisting
                      • LP + Download Code£18.99
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                      • CD£10.99
                        In stockAdd to Bag
                      The AquariansMedusa Part 1Pressure Sounds

                      (H2O’s “Medusa) is a scorching, Temptations-esque funk breakdown complete with wah wah guitar and pulsing organ and horn riffs. Jamaican producers and artists kept a watchful eye on the US RnB scene and this is a fine example of the crossover between Jamaica and the US funk output. Comes in a hand stamped bag.

                      Very limited press over run from the 'Soul Vibration' 7 inch box set..once gone..

                      • The Aquarians – Medusa Part 1
                      • The Aquarians – Medusa Part 2
                      • 7"£8.00
                        Out of stock
                      Horace Tapscott & The Pan Afrikan Peoples ArkestraLive At Century City Playhouse 9/9/79Nimbus West Records

                      A never before issued recording of Horace Tapscott leading his legendary Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra. 'Live at Century City Playhouse 9/9/79' documents the entirety of a 2 hours performance, sprawling across glorious 3xLPs, that rises as one of the most beautiful, striking, and historically important records of that year. A joyous explosion of sound, seeded by social, political, and community-based action, at the juncture of spiritual and free jazz. Essential!

                      • – Leland’s Song
                      • New Audiophile 3×LP (180 GRAM)£80.00
                        Cut directly from the original master tapes with no process, and issued in a gatefold tip-on sleeve, featuring archival photos.
                        In stockAdd to Bag
                      KaleidoscopeSoul Jazz Records

                      Soul Jazz Records’ new album ‘Kaleidoscope – New Spirits Known and Unknown’ brings together many of the ground-breaking artists involved in the new jazz scene that has developed in the UK over the last few years. Featured artists include Matthew Halsall, Yazmin Lacey, Ill Considered, Tenderlonious, Theon Cross, Emma-Jean Thackray and many, many more in this ground-breaking release.

                      As well as sharing a pioneering spirit in these new artists’ approach to frontier-crossing musical boundaries, a further theme of this album is that many also share a determination to independent practices - and most of these artists’ recordings featured here are either self-published or released on independent labels. While the attention of this new wave of jazz artists has up until now has been London-based, this album shows how this movement is spread across the whole of Britain (and indeed beyond).

                      ‘Kaleidoscope – New Spirits Known and Unknown’ shows that while there is commonality in these artists approach to music, there is a wide variety of styles – from deep spiritual jazz, electronic experimentalisation, punk-edged funk, uplifting modal righteousness, deep soulful vocals and much more.

                      Soul Jazz Records’ new release comes as a superb one-off pressing special deluxe triple album edition which comes with a bonus limited-edition one-off pressing 7" single, a standard triple album, and a deluxe double CD pack. This album also comes with extensive sleevenotes, artist interviews and exclusive photography.

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                      Soul Jazz records are also releasing an exclusive one-off pressing double-headed 12” single featuring Theon Cross and Pokus released on the same day as the ‘Kaleidoscope’ album release. These two tracks do not feature on the vinyl edition of the album - this 12" single will will also be deleted on day of release.

                      • Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra – When The World Was One
                      • Yazmin Lacey – 90 Degrees
                      • Hector Plimmer – Communication Control
                      • Ill Considered – Long Way Home (Live At The Crypt)
                      • The Expansions – Mosaic
                      • Chip Wickham – Red Planet
                      • Levitation Orchestra – Odyssey
                      • Emma-Jean Thackray – Walrus
                      • Tenderlonious and The 22archestra – The Shakedown
                      • Pokus – Pokus One
                      • Theon Cross – Candace Of Meroe
                      • Joe Armon-Jones & Maxwell Owin – Tanner's Tango
                      • Collocutor – Gozo
                      • Makaya McCraven – Untitled
                      • Nat Birchall – Ancient World
                      • Ruby Rushton – Moonlight Woman
                      • Ebi Soda – Dimmsdale
                      • The Cromagnon Band – Thunder Perfect
                      • SEED Ensemble – Mirrors
                      • Ishmael Ensemble – Kito's Theme
                      • Vels Trio – Yellow Ochre (Part 1)
                      • 1. Matthew Halsall & The Gondwana Orchestra – When The World Was One
                      • 2. Yazmin Lacey – 90 Degrees
                      • 3. Hector Plimmer – Communication Control
                      • View full info and tracklisting