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    Rumble in the JungleSoul Jazz Records

     Soul Jazz Records latest journey features all-time classic jungle anthems such as General Levy’s ‘Incredible’ and UK Apachi and Shy FX’s ‘Original Nuttah’ alongside some serious Ragga heavyweight tunes like Cutty Ranks ‘Limb By Limb’ and Congo Natty’s classic re-make of Barrington Levy’s Under Me Sensi’. The album tells the story of how Jungle developed out of acid house but with its roots in the UK Dancehall scene of the 1980s and comes with extensive sleevenotes, exclusive interviews and photography.

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    "Blimey, this had us wiping the mists of time from our rheumy eyes, soul jazz cross swords with the phenomenon of original ragga jungle. With a few honourable exceptions, they're all here - yes, Cutty Ranks 'Limb by limb', M Beat and General Levy "Incredible", Ragga Twins, SUAD, Shy FX, DJ Zinc in a previous lifetime - since remembering and finding original copies of these records in random second hand shops, albeit tanned but still even playable, let alone hearing them inna dance at the right moment is akin to a religious experience. Run these to an up for it mixed crowd and watch things really go off big style! Zinc's "Super sharp shooter" is nearly the latest joint here, a record so hype it disappeared immediately back in the day, all the hip hop headz were buying two copies for the cut up opportunities. When it all fell to pieces, manchester club ceilings were riddled with holes as locals attempted to duplicate the vibe of outdoors yard parties - but the audio damage was done, an unrepeatable period, reflecting the adrenaline of rave, the suss of breaks kids and the sheer joy of orginal ja and uk dancehall vocalists pon microphone. Lick a shot - Walther ppk saturday night special y'hear. Awesome." BOOMKAT

    • Asher Senator – One Bible
    • Ninjaman, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man and Ninja Ford – Bad Boy Lick A New Shot
    • M Beat With General Levy – Incredible
    • Barrington Levy & Beenie Man – Under Mi Sensi (X Project Remix)
    • Ragga Twins – Ragga Trip
    • Poison Chang – Press The Trigger
    • Shut Up And Dance – No Doubt
    • UK Apachi & Shy FX – Original Nuttah
    • Ragga Twins – Illegal Gunshot
    • Ben Intellect With Ragga G – Oh Jungle
    • Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb
    • Ragga Twins – Tan So Back
    • 1. Asher Senator – One Bible
    • 2. Ninjaman, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man and Ninja Ford – Bad Boy Lick A New Shot
    • 3. M Beat With General Levy – Incredible
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    RekidMade In MenorcaSoul Jazz Records

    Rekid is the alter-ego of Matt Edwards A/K/A Radio Slave, one half of the mighty Quiet Village, and remixer to the stars and dance music’s man of the moment whose work with DJ Hell, Kylie Minogue (where he famously mixed Kylie with New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’), Carl Craig, Talking Heads, Chicken Lips, Pet Shop Boys and even Kate Bush has made him currently one of the most in-demand remixers working today.

    Rekid is the pseudonym he uses for his more serious/underground work and "Made in Menorca" is his first album released under the Rekid moniker and released on Soul Jazz Records. With numerous recording projects (Rekid, Radio Slave, Quiet Village, Mathew E, Sea Devils) under his belt, Matt Edwards’ music breaks down the traditional barriers of dance music – house, broken beat, techno, electro, hip-hop, disco cut-ups – and influences from Walter Gibbons to Andy Weatherall to DJ Harvey to create a truly unique sound.

    After two extremely well received singles Rekid’s  full-length debut "Made in Menorca" is already getting support from the likes of Lindstrom, DJ Hell, Tiga, Trevor Jackson and Carl Craig ‘Made In Menorca’ is quite literally the most refreshing piece of electronic dance music we reckon you’ll hear all year.

    Moving between stark cold European machine music, sophisticated electronic disco to the futuristic hip hop of the late J-Dilla and the abstract house music of Theo Parrish ‘Made In Menorca’ is a journey in 21st century electronica in Matt’s slick accomplished style.

    • Rekid – Intro
    • Rekid – Lost Star 6
    • Rekid – Diamond Black
    • Rekid – 85 Space
    • Rekid – Kidbeats
    • Rekid – Retro Active
    • Rekid – Priya
    • Rekid – Arp
    • Rekid – Tranzit
    • Rekid – Nite
    • Rekid – Klaws
    • Rekid – Spiders
    • Rekid – Cairo
    • Rekid – Legend
    Studio One KingsSoul Jazz Records

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    Studio One’s list of singers launched at the famous label reads like a roll call of Jamaican music. Horace Andy, Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe, Freddie McGregor, Johnny Osbourne and more. This album features classic and rare tracks that span the breadth of the legendary Studio One catalogue: Ska, Roots, Rocksteady, Lovers and more from the 1960s and 70s. 

    2xLP plus bonus download code. CD comes with sleeve-notes are by the author Chris Salewicz.

    REVIEWS:

    "Since the ‘90s, this British label has done aficionados and novices alike an incalculable service, courtesy of their ongoing series featuring Studio One recordings." POP MATTERS

    "Latest Studio One collection from Soul Jazz includes sixties and seventies classics such as Cornel Campbell's version of the Heptones' Pretty Looks, Alexander Henry's Please Be True, Horace Andy's Every Tongue Shall Tell, Delroy Wilson's Won't You Come Home, Anthony Ellis' I Am The Ruler and Joe Higgs' Change Of Plan alongside brilliant obscurities such as Larry Marshall's heartbreaking I've Got To Make It, Freddie McKay's wicked Father Will Cut You Off, Ken Boothe's Be Yourself, Alton Ellis' Well Run Dry and George Phillips' alternative vocal to Delroy Wilson's One One." DUB VENDOR

    "Essential hard to find reggae classics" HARDWAX


    • Larry Marshall – I've Got To Make It
    • Horace Andy – Every Tongue Shall Tell
    • Alton Ellis – The Well Run Dry
    • Johnny Osbourne – Water More Than Flour
    • Anthony Rocky Ellis – I'm The Ruler
    • Cornell Campbell – Pretty Looks Isn't All
    • Alexander Henry – Please Be True
    • Burning Spear – Them A Come
    • Joe Higgs – Change Of Plan
    • Devon Russell – Roots Natty
    • Ken Boothe – Be Yourself
    • Freddie McGregor – I Shall Be Released
    • Freddie McKay – Father Will Cut You Off
    • The Ethiopian – Locust
    • George Philip – One One
    • John Holt – I Don't Want To See You Cry
    • Delroy Wilson – Won't You Come Home
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    New York Latin HustleThe Sound of New YorkSoul Jazz Records

    New York’s melting pot of Puerto Rican, Cuban and Afro-American musicians led to stunning culture clashes in the 1960s and 70s when Latin styles mixed with Funk, Disco, Soul and Jazz to produce new hybrids such as Boogaloo, Latin Jazz, Disco and Salsa. All these are featured in Soul Jazz Records latest journey into Latin music, New York Latin Hustle. 

    The record features all the kings of Latin music – Tito Puente, Machito, Eddie Palmieri, Candido, Ray Barretto and many more, alongside rarer, lesser known names. In the 1960s Fania Records and Tico Records released stunning Latin Boogaloo, Descargas, Latin Soul from the emerging New York Latin scene. In the 1970s, Salsoul Records similarly mixed Salsa, Soul and Funk to release stunning Latin Disco crossover material such as Candido’s ‘Dancin and Prancin’, which would go on to be a million seller. 

    New York Latin Hustle brings all this together and features Latin music from all these styles, labels and eras. 

    The album comes with extensive sleeve-notes and exclusive photography.


    • Ismael Quininos – Control
    • Ray Barretto – Abidjan
    • Johnny Zamot – Soul Makossa
    • Cortijo – Sarongo
    • La Charanga 76 – No Nos Pararan (Aint no Stopping us Now)
    • Al Escobar – Tighten Up
    • Alexander Review – Snidely Whiplash
    • Joe Cuba – Joe Cubas Madness
    • Johnny Sedes – Mama Calunga
    • Louie Ramirez – Do It Any Way You Wanna
    • Harvey Averne – Never Learned to Dance
    • Willie Colon – Angustia Maternal
    • Tito Puente – Para Los Rumberos
    • Jose Mangual – Mai Kinshasa
    • Seguida – Om Marreo
    • Eddie Palmieri – Mi Mambo Conga
    • J Walter Negro – Shoot the Pump
    • Machito – Alex Mambo
    • Nature Zone – Porcupine
    • Candido – Dancin and Prancin
    • Family Affair – I Had A Friend
    • Charlie Santiago and Eddie Montalvo – El Bollinski in D7
    • Mauricio Smith – Doug?s Room
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    Studio One Rub A DubSoul Jazz Records

    In the 1970s, Clement Dodd’s legendary Studio One Records went through an amazing period of re-birth working with new artists such as Willie Williams, Lone Ranger, Michigan and Smiley, Horace Andy as well as continuing to work with classic artists such as Alton Ellis, Freddie McGregor, etc. 

    Re-versioning classic Studio One rhythms became the order of the day in the 1970s, not just with Studio One boss Clement ‘Coxsone’ Dodd, but with every Jamaican producer of note employing their own in-house musicians to copy the music emanating from Brentford Road. 

    The music on Studio One Rub-A-Dub features classic and rare tracks from this amazing period, from the likes of Cornel Campbell, The Heptones, Johnny Osbourne and many other legendary artists. Sleeve-notes are by Chris Salewicz, the acclaimed writer who has written books on Joe Strummer, Bob Marley, The Rolling Stones and many more.

    • Cornell Campbell – My Conversation
    • Lone Ranger – Screw Gone A North Coast
    • Judah Eskender Tafari – Danger In Your Eyes
    • Rapper Robert & Jim Brown – Minister For Ganja
    • Freddie McGregor – How Could You Leave
    • Barry Brown – Give Love
    • Len Allen Jnr – White Belly Rat
    • Johnny Osbourne – Forgive Them
    • Jennifer Lara – Natural Mystic
    • Horace Andy – Happiness
    • Rapper Robert & Jim Brown – Pirate
    • Willie Williams – Keep On Moving
    • Papa Michigan & General Smiley – Jah A The Creator
    • The Ethiopian – Empty Belly
    • Earl 16 – No Mash Up The Dance
    • The Jay Tees – Forward to Jah
    • Lone Ranger – Natty Chalwa
    • 1. Cornell Campbell – My Conversation
    • 2. Lone Ranger – Screw Gone A North Coast
    • 3. Judah Eskender Tafari – Danger In Your Eyes
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    Studio One GroupsSoul Jazz Records

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    Studio One Groups is the latest Soul Jazz/Studio One Records release featuring legendary groups from the foundation label of Reggae. Bob Marley and The Wailers, Toots and the Maytals, The Heptones –just three of Reggae’s greatest groups who all started at Clement Dodd’s Studio One Records, “ The University of Reggae”.

    Studio One Groups brings together classic artists alongside lesser-known artists and covers Studio One’s musical output from the 1960s and 70s featuring Ska, Roots, Rocksteady, Dub and more. Clement Dodd’s role in launching and nurturing Reggae groups/singers is unsurpassed. Launching Bob Marley and The Wailers career also meant that Dodd both housed Marley in a flat at Studio One, and employed him to check new American 45s that came out for Studio One artists to cover. 

    From vocal training under luminaries such as Horace Andy and Larry Marshall, to musical education (Leroy Sibbles, lead vocalist with the Heptones, became the key in-house bass player after being taught from scratch by Jackie Mittoo), Studio One’s success was due to Clement Dodd’s ability to see talent, surround himself with it and nurture artists. 

    Careers were launched from even minor roles at Studio One such as Lee Perry (from handyman to singer and producer), Prince Buster (from security to singer and producer), and so forth. Studio One Groups are at the heart of the labels success. The sweet three-part harmonies, so close to the heart of Jamaican music, can be heard throughout every stylistic change of Reggae music – Ska, Rocksteady, Roots and beyond, all featured here. 

    Heavyweight 2xLP + download code.The CD album also comes with exellent sleeve-notes by Rob Chapman, author of the acclaimed Studio One discography, Never Grow Old

    REVIEWS:

    "The Soul Jazz label once again proves how smart they are with excellent Studio One Groups, an almost overwhelming set of killer cuts from bands and singing groups affiliated with Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's "University of Reggae." There's an amazing, deep history to be explored and even when you focus on just the groups, one disc isn't enough to tell the whole story, but this collection functions as both a killer mixtape and exciting introduction for novices." All Music

    "Bob Marley and the Wailers, Toots and the Maytals, the Heptones - just three of reggae's greatest groups who all started at Clement Dodd's Studio One records" Rough Trade

    • The Wailing Souls – Mr Fire Coal Man
    • Righteous Flames – Solid Foundation
    • The Gaylads – Give A Helping Hand
    • The Bassies – Things A Come Up To Bump
    • The Mad Lads – You Will Never Know
    • The Clarendonians – You Can't Be Happy
    • The Consumates – What Is It
    • Carlton and His Shoes – Happy Land
    • The Viceroys – The Struggle
    • The Maytals – I'll Never Grow Old
    • The Heptones – Get in The Groove
    • The Royals – Pick Up the Pieces
    • The Gladiators – Jah Jah Go Before Us
    • Bob Marley and The Wailers – Love & Affection
    • The Stingers – Down Presser International
    • The Cables – Baby Why
    • The Ethiopians – Owe Me No Pay Me
    • The Purpleites – The Pressure Is On
    • The Silvertones – Cheating and Lying
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    Tumba Francesa: Afro-Cuban Music From The RootsTumba Francesa la Caridad de CubaSoul Jazz Records

    Tumba Francesa la Caridad de Oriente is a 140-year old institution in Cuba.

    The music of Tumba Francesa is a unique combination of African drums and French patois vocals alive in Cuba today.

    This is the first in a series of albums reflecting Afro-Cuban culture newly recorded by Soul Jazz Records in Cuba. The Tumba Francesa La Caridad de Oriente won Cuba’s National Award for Community Culture and, in 2003, the title of UNESCO Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the first such award to be bestowed on Cuba. This music was recorded in EGREM studios, the state owned studio in Santiago, eastern Cuba.

    Tumba Francesa la Caridad de Oriente is situated in the economically poor Los Hoyos district of the city, a vibrant epi-centre of Afro-Cuban culture. In the 19th century there were hundreds of Tumba Francesa throughout Cuba. Now only two remain; Tumba Francesa of Santiago de Oriente and nearby Tumba Francesa de Guantanamo.

    Originally mutual aid societies for the ex-slaves who fled the neighbouring Haitian Revolution, Tumba Francesas would put on elaborate shows during carnival dressed in ballroom costumes of 18th century France playing purely African music. Tumba Francesa La Caridad de Oriente continue this tradition today. The music of Tumba Francesa la Caridad de Oriente is at once both modern and traditional, both an important aspect of contemporary Cuba and coming with a vast cultural legacy.

    The CD / LP comes complete with extensive sleevenotes and spoken introduction by the Afro-Cuban poet and writer Pedro Perez-Sarduy and photography by the New York writer, musician and broadcaster Ned Sublette (author of Cuba and It's Music).

    • Tumba Francesa – Camaguey
    • Tumba Francesa – Muerive Yo Dila (Mason)
    • Tumba Francesa – Mapua Live (Yuba)
    • Tumba Francesa – Vamos A Dividir (Mason)
    • Tumba Francesa – Tambores 1
    • Tumba Francesa – Ven Mi Morena (Tahona)
    • Tumba Francesa – Muedine Consa (Yuba)
    • Tumba Francesa – Tambores 2
    Studio One Rude BoySoul Jazz Records

    Rude Boys are synonymous with Jamaican Dancehall culture from the present day going back to the very early days of Sir Coxsone Dodd and Duke Reid’s first sound-clashes in Kingston . Studio One Rude Boy features artists and songs about rude boys and rude boy culture from all periods of Studio One’s history.

    The album features Ska, Rocksteady, DJs, Roots and Dub The album features classic tracks from Jamaica’s finest singers and groups such as The Wailers, John Holt, the Wailing Souls, Dennis Brown alongside super-rare tracks from artists such as Mr Foundation, Dudley Sibbley and The Soul Brothers all recorded under Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s supervision at the legendary recording studio and record label. Musical backing comes from the legendary in-house bands – The Skatalites, The Sound Dimension, Soul Vendors and Soul Defenders – who provide the classic Studio One rhythms so influential in the history of Reggae.

    • Jackie Opel – You're Too Bad
    • Johnny Osbourne – Murderer
    • John Holt – Hooligan
    • Keith McCarthy – Everybody Rude Now
    • Owen Gray – Ballistic Affair
    • Roy Richards – Get Smart
    • Dillinger – Stop The War
    • Jim Brown – Love In The Dance
    • Desmond Baker And The Clarendonians – Rude Boy Gone A Jail
    • The Wailers – Good Good Rudie
    • Dennis Brown – Make It Easy On Yourself
    • Wailing Souls – Don't Fight It
    • Dub Specialist – Peace Theme
    • Mr Foundation – See Them A Come
    • Dudley Sibley – Run Boy Run
    • Dennis Brown – Johnny Too Bad
    • Bob Andy – Crime Don?t Pay
    • Soul Brothers – Mr Kiss A Bang Bang
    Hu VibrationalUniversal MotherSoul Jazz Records

    Hu Vibrational's new album mixes deep percussive African rhythms and Afro- Jazz with elements of hip-hop and electronica recorded in Los Angeles, California. This is the second album by Hu Vibrational to be released on Soul Jazz Records and for those of you bought the first release this will not disappoint! Produced by West Coast left-field hip-hop/electronic/jazz artist Carlos Nino A/K/A Ammon Contact, the album features Adam Rudolph, Hamid Drake and Brahim Fribgane as well as special guest and deep jazz legend Yusef Lateef. Adam Rudolph and Hamid Drake have between them played and recorded with Pharoah Sanders, Herbie Hancock, Bill Laswell, Jah Wobble, Don Cherry and many more. With previous releases on Soul Jazz Records (Beautiful) and Scott Heren’s (Prefuse 73) Eastern developments label, Hu Vibrational’s deep spiritual music draws on the links between Africa, Jazz music and avant-garde Hip-Hop. Adam Rudolph co-founded the Mandingo Griot Society and has been working together for over recent years as musical partner to the great Yusef Lateef. He also runs the Go:Organic Orchestra a 22 piece percussion group. Carlos Nino A/K/A Ammon Contact has had releases on Ninja, Soul Jazz Records, Eastern Development and Plug Research. As well as being an integral part of Hu Vibrational he has also produced Dwight Trible and The Life Force Trio, Build An Ark and the Go;Organic Orchestra.

    • Hu Vibrational – Twins
    • Hu Vibrational – Luna
    • Hu Vibrational – We Call To Her
    • Hu Vibrational – Amma
    • Hu Vibrational – Meta M'Bulu
    • Hu Vibrational – Hakuna
    • Hu Vibrational – Nammu
    • Hu Vibrational – Her Dream Of Peace
    • Hu Vibrational – Born Form The Sea
    • Hu Vibrational – Mandala
    • Hu Vibrational – M'Bip
    • Hu Vibrational – Ninety-Six Lotus Blossoms
    • Hu Vibrational – Red Ochre Cowrie
    • Hu Vibrational – In The Field Featuring Yusef Lateef
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    Dynamite!Dancehall StyleSoul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records/100% Dynamite returns with a massive slice of Dancehall bringing together music from the last 25 years up to the present. The album mixes up classic cuts, rare tracks and brand new material from the likes of Digital Mystikz - who lead the current UK Dub Step movement - and Ladybug (AKA The Bug and Warrior Queen) – two artists at the front of cutting edge of the Digital/Dancehall/Grime scene as well as featuring classic Dancehall from the originators - Dillinger, Lady Saw, King Tubby, Beenie Man, Kiprich, Michigan and Smiley and many more. 

    This album features non-stop Dancehall party classics and comes in all its many styles - Digital rhythms, Nyabinghi drumming, Dub Step and more. From the electronic wizadry of King Tubby to the Digital Mystikz and from the lyrical poetry of Tippa Irie, Shinehead, Lady Saw and many more this is Dancehall all styles! 

    Please Note: Tracklist for VOL. 1 LP is tracks 1-11 Tracklist for VOL. 2 LP is tracks 12-21

    • – Early B - Boombox
    • – Lady Saw - Nah Mix Nah Mingle
    • – Anthony Red Rose - Tempo
    • – Digital Mystikz - Earth A Run Red
    • – Dillinger - Dubplate Pirate
    • – Lady Saw - Sweetest
    • – King Baucho & Beenie Man - Weed And Grabba
    • – Wayne Wonder - Police And Bad Boy
    • – Cecile - Give It To Me
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    Studio One Scorcher Vol.2Soul Jazz Records

    The legendary Skatalites, alongside the later Studio One in-house bands - the Soul Vendors, Sound Dimension, Soul Defenders and Brentford Road All Stars – were as much a part of the classic Studio One sound as were the singers that they accompanied such as Alton Ellis, Horace Andy, Marcia Griffiths and Bob Marley and The Wailers.

    This album features many of the musicians involved with Studio One who literally defined Reggae music. From the Skatalites members Tommy McCook, Roland Alphonso, Jackie Mittoo to killer sidemen such as trombonist Vin Gordon (A/K/A Don Drummond Jnr), saxophonist Cedric "Im" Brooks, keyboardist and Twelve Tribes of Israel member Pablove Black. 

    Many of the rhythms that these musicians created became the back-bone of the Jamaican musical world and their songs have been replayed and re-versioned by 1000s of Reggae producers ever-since. 

    The album features classic and super-rare tracks all recorded under Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s supervision at the legendary recording studio and record label. As well as sixteen killer tracks the album comes with new sleevenotes and photography by Dennis Morris and Adrian Boot making this another essential Studio One Reggae release for connoisseurs of Reggae and newcomers alike.

    • The Skatalites – Dick Tracy
    • Soul Vendors – Frozen Soul
    • Vin Gordon – Joe Grazer
    • Pablove Black – Black Wax
    • Cedric Brooks – Father Forgive Him
    • Pablove Black – High Locks
    • Roland Alphonso – Nimble Foot Ska
    • Vin Gordon – Sidewalk Doctor
    • Sugar Belly – Cousin Joe Pt.1
    • Jackie Mittoo – A Big Car
    • Soul Defenders – Sound Almighty
    • Jackie Mittoo, Bagga, Pablove Black – After Christmas
    • Brentford All Stars – Race Track
    • Tommy Mccook – Jamaica Bolero
    • Im And David – Black Is Black
    • Dub Specialist – Gumbay Jump
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    Studio One DJ's Vol. 2Soul Jazz Records

    This second volume of DJs from Reggae’s legendary "University of Reggae", Studio One Records features some of the finest toasters ever to record in Jamaica. The album features classic tracks from DJ greats Dennis Alcapone, Lone Ranger, Prince Jazzbo, King Stitt alongside super-rare tracks from artists such as Bobby Jackie, Jah Jesco and Little Joe all recorded under Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s supervision at the legendary recording studio and record label. 

    Musical backing comes from the legendary in-house bands – The Skatalites, The Sound Dimension, Soul Vendors and Soul Defenders – who provide the classic Studio One rhythms. So influential in the history of Reggae. As well as eighteen killer tracks the album comes with new sleevenotes by Steve Barrow (Blood and Fire/Rough Guide to Reggae) and photography by Dennis Morris making this another essential Studio One Reggae release for connoisseurs of Reggae and newcomers alike.

    • Dennis Alcapone – Fever Teaser
    • Prince Jazzbo – Pepper Rock
    • Carey Johnson – Correction Train
    • Bobby Jackie & Soul Defenders – Reggae Wiggle
    • Prince Francis – Ethiopia
    • Brigadier Jerry – Ram Dance Master
    • King Stitt – No Man Version
    • Little Joe – Gun Court
    • Prince Jazzbo – Crab Walking (discomix)
    • Lone Ranger – Tribute To Bob Marley
    • Soul Vendors – Whipping The Prince
    • Prince Francis – Rocking Machine
    • King Cry Cry – I Had A Talk
    • Jim Brown – Clippin
    • Jah Jesco – West Gone Black
    • Big Joe – Get Out Bald Head
    • Dennis Alcapone – Home Version
    • Lone Ranger – Keep On Coming A The Dance
    Sound DimensionJamaica Soul Shake Vol. 1Soul Jazz Records

    After The Skatalites, The Sound Dimension were perhaps the most important instrumental group in the history of reggae music. That they remain relatively unknown is explained by the fact that they mostly functioned as the in-house studio group at Studio One Records performing anonymously behind the stars of the day, the reggae equivalent of Motown’s Funk Brothers.
    During this period the group played on hundreds of hits with Jamaica’s finest vocalists - Alton Ellis, John Holt, Larry Marshall, Cornell Campbell, Dennis Brown, Horace Andy, The Heptones, Bob Andy, Marcia Griffiths, Freddie McGregor and hundreds more.


    Twenty years after the group split-up, their countless classic instrumental tracks recorded at Studio One became the foundation rhythms of the new dancehall music of the 1990s and beyond, countlessly replayed in new forms by artists and producers such as Joe Gibbs, Sly & Robbie, Steely & Clevie etc.


    Featured here is the first ever collection of these original 1960s rhythms in this first ever collection of the music of The Sound Dimension - a mixture of classic tracks alongside super-rare singles only ever released in Jamaica.


    The group’s fluid line-up included Jackie Mittoo, Leroy Sibbles, Cedric Brooks, Vin Gordon, Ernest Ranglin, Leroy Horsemouth Wallace and other legendary reggae giants. The group’s unique sound defined reggae music in its relatively short-lived career.


    REVIEWS/FEATURES
    “ A funky disc, full of great, skanking rhythms and fine playing by some of Jamaica's most revered musicians. It’s difficult to believe that this is the first compilation devoted solely to the Sound Dimension, the group who reshaped the signature Jamaican afterbeat of ska and rocksteady into the sturdy, versatile riddims of reggae, and the instrumentals they created are still being used as the basis of scores of songs to this day.” PITCHFORK


    " The Sound Dimension was simply one of the great rhythm sections of all time, playing with the same paradoxical tightness and tensile give-and-take to be found in the recordings of legendary groove brethren like Booker T and The MGs. It bears repeating that the Soul Jazz collections have set a high standard for audio quality, and Jamaica Soul Shake Vol. 1 is no exception to that. Indeed, those responsible for re-mastering these tracks seem to have found (and released) most of the punch, rumble, and majesty still held within aging original magnetic oxides and vinyl grooves." DUSTED



    • – Heavy Beat
    • – Federated Backdrop
    • – Baby Face
    • – Rathid
    • – Bitter Blood
    • – Love Land
    • – Full Up
    • – Upsetters Dream
    • – Soul Shake
    • – The Thing
    • – My Heart in Rhythm
    • – Man Pon Spot
    • – Holy Moses
    • – Doctor Sappa Too
    • – Hail Don D
    • – Solas
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    Studio One Soul 2Soul Jazz Records

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    Studio One Soul 2 is the long awaited second volume of one of the largest selling Soul Jazz/Studio One titles, Studio One Soul.

    Studio One Soul 2 takes us further into Jamaican music’s fascination with American Soul and Funk music. Featuring a host of classic Reggae artists – Horace Andy, The Heptones, Ken Boothe, Jackie Mittoo, Jacob Miller and many more covering equally classic American Soul and Funk tunes by the likes of Curtis Mayfield, The Five Stairsteps, Marvin Gaye, The Stylistics, Lee Dorsey, Al Green and Syl Johnson.

    Studio One Soul 2 will appeal as much as an introduction to classic reggae as to connoisseurs and is another essential Studio One release. This selection features a mixture of classics, super-rare and unreleased tracks from Studio One, few of which have ever been on CD - all lovingly digitally re-mastered for this release. The vinyl edition also comes on super-loud double vinyl.

    REVIEWS

    "90% of the reggae music I own is contained on a handful of compilation albums from the phenomenal Soul Jazz Records stable. After eulogizing Morgan Khan’s Street Sounds series in my last post, I would have to add that Soul Jazz have done what Khan did for electro for reggae, by doing the hard work for the listener and releasing one quality compilation after another, all packed with the finest reggae songs around." WHITE NOISE

    "Studio One was modeled on the record labels that had their own crack studio house bands, labels and studios like Stax in Memphis, Motown in Detroit, Muscle Shoals in Alabama and Criteria in Florida, so it was natural that at Studio One versions of some of the most influential soul records would be reworked in a Jamaican idiom for playing on the powerful sound systems" SOUNDS STAGE

    • Jacob Miller – Westbound Train
    • Hortense Ellis – People Make The World Go Round
    • Horace Andy – Ain't No Sunshine
    • Soul Vendors – Swing Easy
    • The Heptones – Choice Of Colours
    • Jackie Mittoo & The Brentford Disco Set – Choice Of Music Part 2
    • Prinze Jazzbo – Fool For Love
    • Cornell Campbell – Ten To One
    • Winston Francis – Don't Change
    • Jackie Mittoo – Jumping Jehosophat
    • Tony Gregory – Get Out Of My Life Woman
    • Dub Specialist – Darker Block
    • Little Joe – Red Robe
    • Devon Russell – Make Me Beleive In You
    • Jerry Jones – Compared To What
    • Ken Boothe – Thinking
    • Anthony Creary – Land Call Africa
    • Jackie Mittoo – Fancy Pants
    Studio One WomenSoul Jazz Records

    Ska, rocksteady, funky reggae, roots, dub mixes, disco mixes, they're all here from the queens of the Jamaican music scene - Studio One Women features a wide mix of classics and obscurities from the finest female voices in reggae.

    Until now most of these tracks have only ever been available as extremely hard to find Jamaican 7 inch and 12 inch singles and even if you were lucky enough to find them they'd cost you a small fortune

    Marcia Griffiths and Rita Marley (here with her first group The Soulettes) are two of Jamaica's most famous female singers hugely popular today. Both these artists became internationally famous as The I – Threes (along with Judy Mowatt), Bob Marley's backing singers alongside The Wailers. Also featured are Hortense Ellis, sister of Alton who cut many smash hits on the island, and Jennifer Lara, a lady who had a long career with Studio One, singing on countless sides.

    Studio One is the greatest label in the history of reggae and is the foundation of all reggae music. It's where virtually every world renowned Jamaican superstar started out, Bob Marley and The Wailers included. Under the guidance of the legendary Clement Coxsone Dodd the musicians at Studio One recorded hundreds of instrumental rhythms which still provide the backbone for many of the records made in Jamaica today

    • Claudette Mclean – Give Love Another Try
    • Jennifer Lara – My Man
    • The Soulettes – A Deh Pon Dem
    • Della Humphrey – Dream Land
    • Jennifer Lara – Consider Me
    • Denise Darlington – War No Right
    • Hortense Ellis – I'm Just A Girl
    • Angela Prince – No Bother With No Fuss
    • Jerry Jones – There's A Chance For Me
    • The Soulettes – King Street
    • Jennifer Lara – Tell Me Where
    • The Tonettes – I'll Give It To You
    • Marcia Griffiths – Tell Me Now
    • The Jay Tees – Come to me
    • Angela Prince – You A Fool Boy
    • Jennifer Lara – I am In love
    Studio One Roots 2Soul Jazz Records

    Studio Roots Vol. 2 delves deeper into the vaults of the legendary Jamaican Reggae label and features rare and classic roots as well as an unprecedented seven unreleased tracks that up till now have never seen the light of day. 

    Roots and rastafarian music was being recorded at Studio One by Clement "Sir Coxsone" Dodd from the early 1960s onwards to the 1990s and this album reflects the depth and diversity of roots music at the label. 

    From the slow-ska of Dudley Sibbley, to the deep instrumental jazz cuts of Cedric Im Brooks over classic roots rhythms such as "Satta Massagana" to Winston Mathews stunning eerie version of Bob Marley and the Wailers "Sun Is Shining". The Zion All Stars features the Burro rastafarian drumming of Count Ossie and the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari. 

    This album features many of the classic Studio One artists – Willie Williams, Tommy McCook, Cedric Brooks, The Gladiators, Vin Gordon – as well as many less well known artists – all who produced classic roots music under the guidance of producer Clement "Sir Coxsone" Dodd and recorded at the legendary Studio One Records which Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records, describes as "The University of Reggae".

    • Willie Williams – Jah Righteous Plan
    • Al Campbell – Take A Ride
    • Cedric Im Brooks – Satta
    • Joe Higgs & Ken Boothe – Message Of Old
    • Jackie Bernard – Jah Jah Way
    • Devon Russell – Jah Hold The Key
    • Zoot Sims – Small Garden
    • The Saints – Sleeping Trees
    • Larry Marshall – Run Babylon
    • Vin Gordon – Babylon Rock
    • The Gladiators – Talawah
    • Prince Francis – African Skank
    • Cedric Im Brooks – Full Time
    • Prince Lincoln – True Experience
    • Joseph Hill – Behold The Land
    • Winston Matthews – Sun Is Shining
    • Karl Bryan – 2k Strut
    • Zion All Stars – Holy Mount Zion
    • Tommy McCook – Tenor On Call
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    Studio One LoversSoul Jazz Records

    Lovingly compiled, this album features only the finest Lovers from Jamaica’s finest label. From Blues parties in London, Birmingham, Bristol etc Lovers Rock quickly became one of the UK’s finest-ever musical movements. 

    Sweet harmonies, soulful reggae, love songs – the key ingredients of Lovers Rock - were all based on the revival of many of the classic Rocksteady harmony groups of the late 60s and early 70s, such as The Heptones, Carlton and The Shoes, Larry & Alvin, The Paragons, that Clement "Sir Coxsone" Dodd’s Studio One and rival Duke Reid’s Treasure Isle label produced hit after hit with as they fought for dominance in the dancehalls of Kingston.

    As well as these classic harmony groups, this album also features fine contributions from many of the reggae greats – Horace Andy, Alton Ellis, Bob Marley and The Wailers, Delroy Wilson – All artists who became stars at the legendary Studio One Records which Chris Blackwell, founder of Island Records, describes as "The University of Reggae".

    • Delroy Wilson – I Don't Know Why
    • Basil Daley – Hold Me Baby
    • Myrna Hague – Touch Me Baby
    • John Holt & The Paragons – Darling, I Need Your Loving
    • The Sharks – How Could I Live (1st Cut)
    • The Mad Lads – Ten To One
    • Jackie Mittoo – Reggae Magic (2nd Cut)
    • Larry & Alvin – Your Love
    • Freddy & Jenny – Too Long Will Be Too Late
    • Alton Ellis – Let Him Try
    • Albert Tomlinson – Don't Wait For Me
    • Horace Andy – Got To Be Sure
    • Carlton & His Shoes – Never Give Your Heart Away
    • The Heptones – Ready To Learn
    • Bob & Marcia – Really Together (No Strings)
    • Ernest Wilson – Undying Love
    • Bob Marley & The Wailers – I'm Still Waiting (1st Cut)
    • Doreen Schaeffer – We're All Alone
    Microsolutions To MegaproblemsMicrosolutions 1Soul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz Records subsiduary electronic label Microsolutions to Megaproblems celebrates two years of releases with this new album. Microsolutions to Megaproblems brings together many of the finest experimental electronic artists working in their respective fields today – whether it be electronica, avant hip-hop, twisted disco, deep jazz and more. This album features tracks from all the earlier12" releases plus unique exclusives for this album. Established electronic-pioneers such as Kit Clayton, Kid 606 and Sutekh are present alongside West-coast left-field hip-hop/beat-heads Daedelus and Ammon Contact. From the UK, underground remixer to the stars Radio Slave, A/K/A Rekid (Kylie Minogue, Paul Macartney!), tech-disco artist Secondo (with a unique to this album acid mix), A.Greenman are featured alongside exclusive new music from Tim Exile. The album also features deep electronic left-field jazz remixes from pioneers Hu Vibrational and Chicago’s finest Telefon Tel Aviv. Most of the artists on this album not only have recorded earlier material for other labels, many in fact run their own labels. They include Kit Clayton who owns and runs Orthlorng Musork, KID 606 who runs Tigerbeat 6, Sutekh with Context, Secondo with Dreck, Hu Vibrational with Metamusic and so on. Between them they have recorded with labels as diverse as Force Inc, Moving Shadow, Hefty, Ninja, Planet Mu, Classic and many more. Microsolutions to Megaproblems and Soul Jazz Records have been cataloguing the expansion of this new type of electronic artist who remain in control of their music and are happy to defy traditional concepts moving in and out of musical styles whilst still remaining "electronic". This is the first CD/LP to be released on Microsolutions to Megaproblems.

    • Kit Clayton – Humbaba
    • Secondo – We Got It 303 (Live Edit)
    • Rekid – Tranzit
    • Ammoncontact – Bbq Plate (Telefon Tel Aviv Mix)
    • A. Greenman – Discoethique
    • Sutekh – Mouth Party
    • Ammoncontact – On Bellflower (Smyglyssna Mix)
    • Hu Vibrational – Sunkissed (Daedelus Mix)
    • Kid606 – Batmen
    • A. Greenman – Sunday Kind Of Love
    • Kit Clayton – Enkidu
    • Sutekh – Boulez Toes
    • Hu Vibrational – Friends And Gardens (Corker Conboy Mix)
    • Tim Exile – Body Ginger
    • Kid606 – Banana Peel
    Ibara : River CrossingOsunlade presentsSoul Jazz Records

    "Ibara: River Crossing" is the first compilation album to be released on Yoruba Records, the label jointly run by Osunlade -artist/producer/ordained-priest in the African religion of Ifa- and Soul Jazz Records. 

    The album is conceived and compiled by Osunlade for Yoruba Records/Soul Jazz Records. The new album features Deep House, African Funk, Nu Soul and Jazz, and Broken Beats from around the world. Featuring members of the Yoruba family of artists -KB, Nadirah Shakoor, Santos, Djinji Brown alongside similarly-like minded artists from around the world – Brasil, America, South Africa, Puerto Rico, Africa and more – this is a revelatory selection of new tracks all exclusively made for this album (including an exclusive new Osunlade track "Acrylic Venezuela"). The album showcases the wide sound of Yoruba – Deep, spiritually uplifting music. Many of the artists are well known with deep musical roots – from KB, a soul/R’nB superstar in South Africa to Djinji Brown, the son of spiritual jazz legend Marion Brown (who joins his son on this track) even down to the yoruba front-cover artwork being designed by Master at Work Louie Vega’s cousin! 

    As well as working with many of the artists featured on this album Osunlade continues to remix and produce for an ever increasing range of artists that include 4 Hero, Salif Keita, Ms Dynamite, Zero 7, Cearia Evora, Incognito, Roy Ayers, John Beltran and many more. Yoruba Records was launched by Osunlade as a means to promote many of his favourite artists and develop what he refer

    • Anne Wirz – Resolution
    • Kb – El Musica
    • Taino Leon – Caridad
    • Nadirah Shakoor – Simple Pleasures
    • Jimmie Abney – Is There Anybody Here
    • Djinji Brown feat. Marion Brown – Grits
    • Tempo Perdido – Theme From Juan
    • Osunlade – Acrylic Venezuela
    • Quetzal – Raimunda
    • Siji – Irinajo
    • P Nice – Fluorine?s Dance
    • Nomumbah – Tudo Que Voce Podia Ser
    • Santos feat. Victor Caldee – Ay Mama
    • Robert Strauss feat. Richie Henessy Chris Rouse – Level 52
    Travis BiggsChallengeUniversal Sound

    Following on from their recent New Thing album of Deep Jazz in USA (Sun Ra, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Alice Coltrane, Archie Shepp), Soul Jazz Records are re-issuing this lost classic album.

    Travis Biggs' "Challenge" is a boogie/jazz-funk/jazz lp originally recorded in Detroit in 1975.

    This one off-album initially came out on his own tiny T & C label with a pressing of 500 copies and was used by Travis as a demo.

    This is the second of 3 lost albums that Soul Jazz Records are re-issuing following on from first appearing on New Thing. As well as the track "Tibetan Serenity" (as featured on "New Thing" album), the album also includes super-rare versions of Stevie Wonder's "I Wish" and a cover of the Loft/Paradise Garage classic track, Steve Miller's "Fly Like An Eagle".

    • Travis Biggs – I Wish
    • Travis Biggs – Autumn Jewel
    • Travis Biggs – Fly Like An Eagle
    • Travis Biggs – Ven A. Bailar Conmigo
    • Travis Biggs – Solar Funk
    • Travis Biggs – The Do-Do Walk
    • Travis Biggs – Stone Country
    • Travis Biggs – Tibetan Serenity
    New Thing!Deep Jazz in the USASoul Jazz Records

    New Thing! tells the story of Deep Jazz in the USA. Post-Civil Rights, Post- Martin Luther King and Malcolm X, Post-John Coltrane, this album shows how radical musicians developed musically, politically and spiritually at this time. 

    New Thing! shows how these musicians redefined themselves and their music to present a new Black American music that encompassed Jazz with Eastern music and philosophies, space travel, classical music, ballet and African music alongside other American musics such as Gospel, Funk, Soul and Blues. The period of music covered on New Thing is from 1970-1985. (One exception and a forerunner to much of this music, the Sun Ra track "Angels and Demons at Play" is from 1957! and clearly shows a man ahead of his time in his music and ideas). New Thing! features heavyweight Jazz artists such as Alice Coltrane, Art Ensemble of Chicago, Sun Ra and Archie Shepp alongside many other less-well known, but equally important artists such as Rashied Ali (who played alongside John Coltrane) and Stanley Cowell (who started one of the first independent labels for this music, Strata-East Records, along with Charles Tolliver). 

    The music on New Thing! ranges from the deep street funk of "Street Rap" and "Funky AECO" to hypnotic eastern-influenced tracks such as "Tibetan Serenity" and radical left-field tracks such as Rashied Ali and Frank Lowe’s "Duo Exchange". The album comes with extensive sleevenotes and exclusive photos (many by celebrated photographer Val Wilmer, herself an important chronicler of this period in music).

    • – Maulawi - Street Rap
    • – Travis Biggs - Tiebetan Serenity
    • – Lloyd Mcneil - Home Rule
    • – Stanley Cowell - El Space-o
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    Spirits Of Life : Haitian VodouSociete Absolument GuinenSoul Jazz Records

    This album was recorded by Soul Jazz Records in Port au Prince, Haiti and features the music and songs of Vodou (or Voodoo), the African derived religion that slaves brought to the country. The music has an intensity that reflects the history and isolation of Haiti from the outside world. Heavyweight drumming accompanies the vocals of the priest and choir of the Societe Absolument Guinin. With it’s roots in West Africa, Vodou also has links with the music of Cuba, Brasil, Jamaica and New Orleans (where many Haitian slaves went after the Haitian Slave Revolution – the only succesful slave revolt in the West which led to the first Black Republic). In New Orleans the religion took hold and musically influenced many New Orleans musicians such as Doctor John and Professor Longhair. Haitian Vodou has strong roots and continues to thrive today. The religion was illegal for many years and consequently continues to hold an element of secrecy. As well as Haiti, Vodou is now also widely practised in New York and Miami by the many Haitians who have emigrated to USA from the continual troubles of the poorest country in the West. For more info on Haiti visit the Haiti Support Group website: www.haitisupport.gn.apc.org

    • Spirits of Life – Agoue-dambala (yanvalou)
    • Spirits of Life – Zepol
    • Spirits of Life – Agoue-dambala (yanvalou)
    • Spirits of Life – Ogou (mahi)
    • Spirits of Life – Agoue-dambala (yanvalou Zepol)
    • Spirits of Life – Agoue-dambala (yanvalou Zepol)
    • Spirits of Life – Ogou (nago-zepol)
    • Spirits of Life – Erzulie-ti Jean (petro)
    • Spirits of Life – Erzulie-ti Jean (petro)
    • Spirits of Life – Erzulie-ti Jean (petro)
    • Spirits of Life – Erzulie-ti Jean (petro)
    • Spirits of Life – Erzulie-ti Jean (petro)
    • Spirits of Life – Erzulie-ti Jean (petro)
    • Spirits of Life – Gue De Baron Samedi (mascaron)
      Studio One Disco Mix

      Studio One's music in the 1970s took the label to new heights. The new style of Disco Mix brought many areas of Reggae together ­ Roots, Lovers, Disco and Dub all came together in extended form, re-versioning classic hits, experimenting with new studio technology, over-dubbing, syn-drums and more producing what many fans describe as the most creative and innovative phase in the history of the legendary Studio One Records.

      This Studio One Disco Mix album includes many sought after classic tunes only ever released in very small quantities (on Studio One's very first 12" records as well as it's infamous Music Lab 10"s out of New York) and consequently many of these track s have been unavailable since their day of release. Studio One Disco Mix features many of the classic Studio One artists such as Alton Ellis, Sugar Minott, Jackie Mittoo and Willie Williams (with his classic re-versioning of his own "Armigideon Time") alongside less well artists such as Doreen Schaeffer, Judah Eskender Tafari and George Dudley and many more.

      • Lloyd & Devon – Push Push
      • Judah Eskender Tafari – Rastafari Tell You
      • Doreen Schaefer – Ain't Gonna Change My Mind
      • Dub Specialist – Kampala
      • George Allen – Be Wise Brethren
      • Jackie Mittoo – Night In Ethiopia
      • George Dudley – Gates Of Zion
      • The Silvertones – Come Forward
      • The Ethiopian – Muddy Water
      • Willie Williams & Brentford Disco Set – Armagideon Time
      • Willie Williams & Brentford Disco Set – Armagideon Time (version)
      • Norma White & Brentford Disco Set – I Want Your Love
      • Norma White & Brentford Disco Set – I Want Your Love (version)
      • Alton Ellis – You Make Me Happy
      • Suagr Minott – Love And Understanding
      • Winston Francis, Jackie Mittoo & Brentford Rockers – Going To Zion
      Studio One FunkSoul Jazz Records

      The album is a first for Studio One and Soul Jazz as it is compiled of mainly unreleased material from the vaults of Studio One. This CD shows how American Funk influenced Jamaican artists as heavily as Soul music had been an influence in the Rocksteady era and Rhythm and Blues in the Ska period.

      • Cedric Im Brooks – Shaft
      • Alton Ellis – African Descendents
      • Pablove Black – Poco Tempo
      • Lloyd Williams – Reggae Feet
      • Jackie MIttoo – Hang Em High
      • Cedric Im Brooks – Idleberg
      • Prince Francis – Beat Down Babylon
      • Lee Arab – Now
      • Soul Bros. – 007
      • Prince Moonie – See A Man's Face
      • Im And Sound Dimension – Love Jah
      • Leroy Sibbles – Do Your Thing
      • The Sharks – Music Answer
      • Underground Vegetables – Melting Pot
      • Devon Russell – You Found Heaven
      • Vin Gordon – Steady Beat
      • Alton Ellis – It's A Shame
      • Roy Richards – Another Thing
      • Delroy Wilson – Funky Broadway
      Studio One Classics

      Soul Jazz Records are releasing this latest Studio One compilation which features non-step 100% stone-cold classic Studio One killers! Spanning 40 years of the legendary label, this album is a fitting tribute to Clement "Sir Coxsone" Dodd and is a who's who of Jamaicaan Reggae

      • The Skatalites – El Pussycat Ska
      • Carlton & The Shoes – Love Me Forever
      • Sound Dimension – Rockfort Rock
      • Johnny Osbourne – Sing Jah Stylee
      • The Heptones – Pretty Looks Isn't All
      • Slim Smith – Rougher Yet
      • Lone Ranger – Automatic
      • Horace Andy – Fever
      • Prince Jazzbo – School
      • The Wailers – Simmer Down
      • Burning Spear – Rocking Time
      • Alton Ellis – I'm Just A Guy
      • Sugar Minott – Oh Mr Dc
      • Jennifer Lara – Consider Me
      • Don Drummond – Confucious
      • Michigan & Smiley – Rub A Dub Style
      • Sound Dimension – Full Up
      • Dennis Brown – No Man Is An Island