• Vin Gordon – Easy Living
    • Vin Gordon – Medley: Fiddler Rock, Reel Rock
    • Vin Gordon – Green Callie
    • Vin Gordon – Confucious
    • Vin Gordon – So Delightful
    • Vin Gordon – Medley: Summer Time, Blue Moon
    • Vin Gordon – Lovable You
    • Vin Gordon – Way Over Yonder
    • 1. Easy Living
    • 2. Medley: Fiddler Rock, Reel Rock
    • 3. Green Callie
    • 4. Confucious
    • 5. So Delightful
    • 6. Medley: Summer Time, Blue Moon
    • 7. Lovable You
    • 8. Way Over Yonder

    From the man who played trombone on the all time classic Studio 1 anthem "Real Rock" comes forward with the long over due reissue of his first solo album originally released in 1980 by Joe Gibbs. Produced by Errol Thompson and featuring eight tracks of tuff rockers rhythms, two Don Drummond covers plus a medley of "Real Rock & Fiddler Rock" Very hard to find an original now..Don't let this go..

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    Vin GordonVin Gordon In De GardenStop Point Records

    First time on vinyl (limited press), originally released in 2008 on French CD only. Recorded in Jamaica with the original Wailers horn section featuring David Madden & Glen Da Costa. Updates of killer Studio 1 tracks "Race Track" "Heavy Skank" also wicked cut of "African Thing" by Osibisa.

    • – African Thing
    • – Race Track
    • – Double Take
    • – Stepping In
    • – Melodies In The Hill
    • – Jones Town Special
    • – Heavy Skank
    • – See You
    • – Stone Valley Dub
    Vin GordonSplit Second / EnforcementRightrack

    Superb double header from Jamaican Trombone legend Vin Gordon, two killer late 70s roots instrumentals with "Split Second" & "Enforcement"

    One of three new releases on new label Rightrack Records, great start!

    • – Split Second
    • – Enforcement

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    The Upsetters with Vin GordonMusical BonesStudio 16

    KILLER RARITY!! Bargain priced!

    Very rare Upsetters & Vin Gordon album 'Musical Bones' was first released in the U.K. in 1975 only on a white-label pressing without a sleeve on Dip records (£400+). Only 300 were made at the time.

    Superb Studio One rhythm recuts, deep, deep funk cuts - sparse, raw and edgy - CLASSIC Lee Perry!

    The title is a play on word 'Trombone' being the instrument of the lead artist Vin Gordon. Produced by Lee Perry at The Black Ark, Kingston, raw Jamaican roots music 1975. Don't miss..

    • – Coco-Macca
    • – Fly Away
    • – The Message
    • – Licky-Licky
    • – Labrish
    • – Quinge-Up
    • – Raw-Chaw
    • – 5 Cardiff Crescent
    • – Four Of A Kind
    • – Voodoo Man
    Lee PerryDisco Devil Vol. 5 (6 More Classic Discomixes From The Black Ark Studio 1977-80)Studio 16

    Volume 5 of the Disco Devil Discomix series featuring deep roots vocal cuts from Junior Murvin, Twin Roots, Watty Burnett, Keith Texon & Michael Campbell.

    • Junior Murvin – Cross Over
    • Twin Roots – Know Love
    • Watty Burnett – Rainy Night In Portland
    • Keith Texon – Living My Life
    • Michael Campbell – Schoolgirl
    • Junior Murvin – Memories
    Lee PerryDisco Devil Volume 3 (6 More Classics From The Black Ark Studio 1977-79)Studio 16

    3rd instalment of the Disco Devil Black Ark series featuring Max Romeo, Jolly Brothers,Leroy Sibbles, Devon Irons and more.


    • Jolly Brothers – Conscious Man (Seven Leaves 12" Mix 1977)
    • Max Romeo – Norman (Upsetter 12" Mix 1978)
    • Leroy Sibbles – Garden Of Life (Big Spanner Disco Ajax 12" Mix 1978)
    • King Scratch – Dread Lion (Black Art 12" 1977)
    • The Mistic – Forward With The Orthodox (Special 7" edit 2019)
    • Devon Irons – When Jah Come (Special 7" edit 2019)
    • 1. Jolly Brothers – Conscious Man (Seven Leaves 12" Mix 1977)
    • 2. Max Romeo – Norman (Upsetter 12" Mix 1978)
    • 3. Leroy Sibbles – Garden Of Life (Big Spanner Disco Ajax 12" Mix 1978)
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    Lee PerryDisco Devil Volume 2 ( 6 More Classic Discomixes from The Black Ark 1977-8)Studio 16

    Second volume of Lee Perry's rare 12" mixes from The Black Ark, late 70s recordings featuring Junior Delgado, Jolly Brothers, Hugo Blackwood, Dr Alimantado, Watty Burrnett, Devon Irons and Sangie Davis. Come 12" full colour picture sleeve.

    • Hugo Blackwood & Dr Alimantado – Reggae Music (Upsetter Disco Jam 12" Mix 1977)
    • Jolly Brothers – Dread Dreader (Seven Leaves 12" mix 1978)
    • Watty Burnett – Open Up The Gate (Orchid 12" Mix 1977)
    • Junior Delgado – Sons Of Slaves (Upsetter Disco Cork 12" Mix 1977)
    • Devon Irons – Vampire (Black Art 12" Mix 1977)
    • Sangie Davis – Words (Black Art 12" Mix 1977)
    • 1. Hugo Blackwood & Dr Alimantado – Reggae Music (Upsetter Disco Jam 12" Mix 1977)
    • 2. Jolly Brothers – Dread Dreader (Seven Leaves 12" mix 1978)
    • 3. Watty Burnett – Open Up The Gate (Orchid 12" Mix 1977)
    • View full info and tracklisting
    King Tubby Meets The UpsetterAt The Grass Roots Of DubStudio 16

    Seminal dub album produced by Winston Edwards.  In 1974 Edwards left Jamaica to reside in the UK and through his strong connections with such reggae luminaries as Joe Gibbs, Lee Perry and King Tubby began to travel back and forth between London and Kingston (JA) to bring back recordings to issue on his Fay Music label here in the UK.  In 1974 he released this controversial, seminal dub set, shunned by some at the time due to the spurious marketing device employed.  The whole album appears in fact to have been mixed at Tubby’s, while the rhythms were possibly built at Perry’s Ark and maybe Gibbs’ studio, but at this length memories are stretched.  Now of course, it sounds like what it is, a classic early Tubby’s dub album, musical, tuneful, heavy dubwise set with Vin Gordon’s unique trombone lines well to the fore.  Essential dub. 

    • – Blood Of Africa
    • – Rain Roots
    • – Luke Lane Rock
    • – Crime Wave
    • – 300 Years At The Grass Roots

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    • – Iniquity Worker
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    • – Callie Weed Song
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    • – White Belly Rats
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    The Chosen FewEverybody Plays The Fool (1975)Music On Vinyl

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        • – Detroitism
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        • – Mello Blo
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        Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation Of RastafariTales Of MozambiqueSoul Jazz Records

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        • Kentrus – It A Fi Bun
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        • King Sporty – DJ Special
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        • King Stitt – Rhyming Time
        • Prince Jazzbo – Fire Coal Version
        • Dillinger – Fountain on The Mountain
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