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The Ethiopians as a Duo (Stephen Taylor and Leonard Dillon) on a late 1968 uptempo reggae song, comes along with Cannonball Bryan's sax version on the same riddim.

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The EthiopiansProphecyUpsetter
Originally release in 1974 on the Jamaican Justice League label.
The EthiopiansReggae Power (1969)Trojan Records
Rare 1969 original Trojan G+ vinyl/sleeve
The EthiopiansCut Down On Your SpeedUpsetter
Early Reggae time: the Ethiopians as a Duo (Stephen Taylor and Leonard Dillon) riding rough on the riddim. Flip side has Dave Barkers early version of...
The EthiopiansWell RedJ.J.
Superb uptempo 1969 cut from The Ethiopians with instrumental on the flip, both JJ records nice presses.
The EthiopiansHere I ComeJJ
"Here I Come" is one of those early Reggae songs with that special Rocksteady feel,and shows Ranny Bop Williams picking his guitar in a "Lynn Taitt style"....
The EthiopiansFire A Mus Mus TailSpade
Killer Boss Sound tune from Leonard Dillon & The Ethiopians around 1968...Don't delay!
The EthiopiansRun Them DownJ.J.
Rare rocksteady cut from Leonard Dillon & The Ethiopians with Winston Wright's mighty organ cut on the flip.
The EthiopiansSelahJ.J.
1971 early reggae nuggets from J.J. records with added bonus of Dennis Alcapone DJ cut on the flip. Record plays at 33RPM two tracks per side. No repress...
The EthiopiansWhat A FireJ.J.
Two killer rocksteady tunes from 1968 recorded by J.J. Johnson, no repress on these J.J. records..Don't delay 
The EthiopiansAwakePressure Sounds
early reggae vocal cut from the ethiopians with lee perry in the production chair, first time repressed since it's limited release in the early 70s.

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The EthiopiansProphecyUpsetter
Originally release in 1974 on the Jamaican Justice League label.
Lee PerryWhat A Botheration / Taste Of KilingUpsetter
Lee Perry's comment on Jamaica's economical crisis in late 1968. Vocal and instrumental version of the same song side by side.
The EthiopiansCut Down On Your SpeedUpsetter
Early Reggae time: the Ethiopians as a Duo (Stephen Taylor and Leonard Dillon) riding rough on the riddim. Flip side has Dave Barkers early version of...
The Mighty DiamondsTalk About ItUpsetter
In the early years, the Mighty Diamonds were actually called the Diamonds or Tabby and the Diamonds, they were recording since 1969. "Talk About It" is...
OriginalsGot To Be IryUpsetter
Obscure roots gem from 1973 produced by Lee Perry with version on the flip.
Peter Tosh & The WailersDownpresserUpsetter
Originally recorded by the Wailers as a Ska song for Studio One called "Sinner Man", Peter Tosh redid the song for producer Lee Perry in 1971. The Wailers...
The ClassicsCivilzationUpsetter
"Civilization" is a heavy early roots reggae song by the Classics. B-side has the great Silvertones covering one of Sam Cooke's classics in a early 70s...
Lee Perry & The SensationsSomeone You've GotUpsetter
Lee "King" Perry and the Sensations, with Lynn Taitt and his Band, originally released in Jamaica on the WIRL label and on the Doctor Bird label in...
David IsaacsGood Father / I've Got MemoriesUpsetter
Two late 60s recordings from Jamaican singer David Isaacs working with Lee Perry as before with the hit "Place In The Sun"
Busty BrownWhat A PriceUpsetter
1968 early reggae recordings from the soulful Busty Brown with Lee Perry producing.
The GatherersStart OverUpsetter
The Gatherers hit hard with their song "Words Of My Mouth". On that same session they recorded "Start Over" with lead singer Barrington Daley, and harmonies...
Winston Jarrett & The Righteous FlamesMini Mini DressUpsetter
Winston Jarrett's Mini Mini Dress only got a very limited release on Jamaican Pre 7" and is almost impossible to be found on original press

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