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    Studio One Soul 2Soul Jazz Records

    BACK IN PRINT!!!!!!! 2xLP now with bonus download code!

    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
    SutekhTwo VireosSoul Jazz Records

    Soul Jazz's 'Microsolutions To Megaproblems' series continues with a new single from San Francisco's electronic pioneer, Sutekh. Manipulating and abusing computers, samplers, synthesizers, various acoustic instruments, and found sounds, he has created everything from deep, minimal house and techno to dense, dissonant noise collage. Sutekh?s single Two Vireos is his latest double-sider. ?Red Eye? is a sophisticated broken beat track with a vicid acid-bassline. An epic arrangement with a nod to the old Detroit masters. 'Black Capped', in contrast to the a-side ? returns back to the sounds of classic minimal techno, a la Underground Resistance. San Francisco-based Sutekh has released consistently inconsistent electronic music on labels such as Soul Jazz (where he features on the recent Microsolutions album)(UK), Leaf (UK), Force Inc./Mille Plateaux (Germany), Orthlorng Musork (USA), and his own Context.

    • Sutekh – Red-Eyed
    • Sutekh – Black-Capped
    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
    As MercenariasPanicoSoul Jazz Records

    Super-limited (one-pressing only) two-sided 7" sampler taken from Soul Jazz Records forthcoming Brazilian Post- Punk compilation! (sub-titled The Sexual Life of The Savages) As Mercenarias are an all-female equivalent of ESG who hail from Sao Paolo, Brasil and sound like Gang of Four/Pop Group/Slits as well as Le Tigre/Chicks on Speed. Fellini are Brasil’s answer to Joy Division/early New Order. As Mercenarias will be playing in London this year in conjunction with the release of this album.

    • As Mercenarias – As Mercenarias - Panico
    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)
      RekidEra EPSoul Jazz Records

      Rekid is the pseudonym of Radio Slave (Matt Edwards), one of the most in-demand remixers at the moment. Recent remixes include X-Press 2, Paul Macartney and Kylie Minogue as well as a stream of underground mixes for underground labels! He also recently appeared alongside James Murphy/DFA?s LCD Soundsystem. The EP features 'Tranzit', a dark, viscid disco dub in slow motion, alongside 'Diamond Black;' an 8 minute claustrophobic 'trip' to the twilight regions of house music.

      • Rekid – Diamond Black
      • Rekid – Tranzit
      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
      Lotus & StraussThe Grand MasterplanSoul Jazz Records

      New York deep spiritual afro-house from Yoruba's latest offering Lotus and Strauss. This record also features a brand new Yoruba Soul remix from Osunlade as well two original mixes. This is the latest in the growing roster of artist on Yoruba Records that now includes Djinji Brown, Osunlade, John Beltran, Santos, KeneticJust, Sin Palabras, Atelewo making it one of the foremost deep house labels of this time.

      • Lotus & Strauss – The Grand Masterplan (Yoruba Soul Mix)
      • Lotus & Strauss – The Grand Masterplan (Original Mix)
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      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
      BellSeven Types Of SixSoul Jazz Records

      This is the second album from Bell and is a mix of robotic funk electro, funked up twisted disco and classic 808 acid. Bell give us analog synthesizers and digital techniques to bring us robotic arcade-system electro. Deeply complex electronic material, deep basslines, superb production, ranging from unremittingly catchy to dark, creating truly a formidable electronic album. Bell are Dan Crouch and Adrian Stephens from London and supporters of Bell range from Andy Weatherall to Carl Craig.

      • Bell – File One
      • Bell – Rist IIA4
      • Bell – Rhythm Machine
      • Bell – Daylight Burn
      • Bell – Slide Out Wide
      • Bell – Winning Signal
      • Bell – Mode 3
      • Bell – Black Helicopters
      • Bell – Two Voices
      • Bell – N
      • Bell – Kathy
      • Bell – Mazar
      Hu VibrationalHu Vibrational RemixesSoul Jazz Records

      This features three new remixes from Ammon Contact, Daedelus and Corker/Conboy. Both Ammon Contact and Daedelus are part of the burgeoning US West Coast left-field/avant Hip-Hop/Electronica community and Ammon Contact’s remix features rapper Lil Sci on vocals. This record is a perfect match of Hip-Hop with the Deep Afro- Jazz of Hu Vibrational.

      • Hu Vibrational – The Tones Of Life (Ammon Contact Remix)
      • Hu Vibrational – Sunkissed (Daedelus Remix)
      • Hu Vibrational – Friends And Gardens (Corker/conboy Remix)
      • 1. Hu Vibrational – The Tones Of Life (Ammon Contact Remix)
      • 2. Hu Vibrational – Sunkissed (Daedelus Remix)
      • 3. Hu Vibrational – Friends And Gardens (Corker/conboy Remix)
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      Ammon ContactBeat Tape RemixesSoul Jazz Records

      Super heavyweight 6 track remixes ep from Ammon Contact on Soul Jazz Records sub-label Microsolutions To Microproblems. This is the second release on Soul Jazz Records from Ammon Contact. Featuring remixes and re-constructions from Smyglyssna, Sutekh and Telefon Tel Aviv as well as three new songs from Ammon Contact. Ammon Contact is Carlos Nino and Fabian Contact. As well as Ammon Contact, Carlos Nino is also the producer of Hu Vibrational (also released on Soul Jazz) and Build An Ark (who featured on the Sun Ra tribute album along with Carl Craig, Theo Parrish, IG Culture and more). Smyglyssna (from Sweden) has earlier releases on Plug Research, Vertical Form and Background. San Francisco-based Sutekh has releases on Soul Jazz, Context, Orthlong Music and many more. Telefon Tel Aviv have just released an album on Hefty Records. This epic track is their first new material since then and features John Herndon (from Tortoise) on drums and was recorded in Chicago last month.

      • Ammon Contact – Barbeque Plate (Last Supper Mix By Telefon Tel Aviv)
      • Ammon Contact – On Bellflower (Remix By Smyglyssna)
      • Ammon Contact – Dragonfruit
      • Ammon Contact – Clover Honey (Weekends 2) Feat. Andreas Renteria And Greg Malone
      • Ammon Contact – All At One Point Feat. Andreas Renteria And Greg Malone
      • 1. Ammon Contact – Barbeque Plate (Last Supper Mix By Telefon Tel Aviv)
      • 2. Ammon Contact – On Bellflower (Remix By Smyglyssna)
      • 4. Ammon Contact – Dragonfruit
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      Studio One DubStudio One DubSoul Jazz Records

      Continuing the Studio 1 Series this album features classic and rare Dub tracks from Studio One, many available for the first time in over thirty years. Studio One Dub includes the dubs of many classic tracks such as Horace Andy’s “Skylarkin”, Johnny Osbourne’s “Truth and Rights”, John Holt’s “Hooligan”, Freddie McGregor’s “Bobby Bobylon” plus many more rare tracks. In short, this is an essential album!

      • Dub Specialist – Bionic Dub
      • Dub Specialist – Take A Ride Version
      • Dub Specialist – Sky Rhythm
      • Dub Specialist – Taurus Dub 2
      • Dub Specialist – Hooligan
      • Dub Specialist – Dub Rock
      • Dub Specialist – Rastaman Version
      • Dub Specialist – Jah Jah Version
      • Dub Specialist – Creator Version
      • Dub Specialist – Running Dub
      • Dub Specialist – Hi Fashion Dub
      • Dub Specialist – Pretty Version
      • Dub Specialist – Race Track Version
      • Dub Specialist – Spawning
      • Dub Specialist – In Cold Blood Version
      • Dub Specialist – Chase Them Version
      • Dub Specialist – Feel The Dub
      Hu VibrationalBeautiful: Boonghee Music 2Soul Jazz Records

      Soul Jazz are releasing this new album that mixes deep percussive Afro- Jazz with elements of Hip-Hop recorded in Los Angeles, California. The album features members of the West Coast left-field Hip-Hop/Electronica community such as Daedelus and Carlos Nino A/K/A Ammon Contact alongside Adam Rudolph and Hamid Drake. 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 Scott Heren’s (Prefuse 73) Eastern developments label, Hu Vibrational’s deep spiritual music draws on the links between 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 Soul Jazz Records, Eastern Development and Plug Research. As well as being an integral part of Hu Vibrational he has also produced Build An Ark who feature on the recent tribute to Sun Ra release alongside Theo Parrish, Recloose, Jimi Tenor, Alex Attias and more.

      • Hu Vibrational – Joyous
      • Hu Vibrational – Joyful Road
      • Hu Vibrational – We Walk
      • Hu Vibrational – Friends And Gardens (For Don Cherry)
      • Hu Vibrational – Feet On A Beautiful Planet
      • Hu Vibrational – Locomotion
      • Hu Vibrational – Path Of Peace (For Yusef Lateef)
      • Hu Vibrational – Walkabout It
      • Hu Vibrational – Copa Setic Interlude
      • Hu Vibrational – On The Now (For Big Black)
      • Hu Vibrational – In The House
      • Hu Vibrational – Sunkissed
      • Hu Vibrational – Return To Earth
      Sin PalabrasYemayaSoul Jazz Records

      This Yoruba Records release is a heavyweight slice of Deep Latin House featuring the Cuban group Sin Palabras and produced by Osunlade. The AA-side features remix by John Beltran. Since Soul Jazz Records first released Osunlade's Paradigm LP, over two years ago, Osunlade has become one of the most recognised names in dance music and has gone on to work with everyone from Masters at Work to Miss Dynamite."

      • Sin Palabras – Yemaya
      • Sin Palabras – Yemaya (Kemitic Just Remix)
      Studio One SkaStudio One SkaSoul Jazz Records
      Studio One Records and the seminal in-house band The Skatalites both created and defined Ska in the process making Jamaican music famous throughout the world. This compilation features classic vocal and instrumental tracks from The Skatalites, Bob Marley and The Wailers, Delroy Wilson alongside super-rare tracks from the likes of Ken Boothe, The Maytals, Jackie Mittoo, Tommy McCook and many more.
       
      “Ripping Ska compilation. The sound is tremendous as well thanks to Studio One recording techniques - already superior at the birth of Reggae - and Soul Jazz mastering. Nice mix of stomping Skatalites/Tommy McCook instrumentals and vocal tracks from many of the prime exponents of the genre. It's a superior Studio One Ska compilation what's not to like?” The Face
      • Jackie Mittoo – El Bang Bang
      • Ken Boothe & Stranger Cole – Arte Bella
      • The Wailers – (I'm Gonna) Put It On
      • The Skatalites – Addis Ababa
      • Roland Alphonso – President Kennedy
      • Joe Higgs – (I'm The) Song My Enemies Sing
      • The Skatalites – Beardsman Ska
      • Delroy Wilson – I Want Justice
      • Tommy McCook's Orchestra – Sampson
      • The Ethiopians – I'm Gonna Take Over Now
      • Tommy Mccook – Freedom Sounds
      • The Maytals – Marching On
      • The Skatalites – Exodus
      • Rolando Alphonso – Look Away Ska
      • Don Drummond – Don Cosmic
      • Rolando Alphonso – Scambalena
      • Andy & Joey – You're Wondering Now
      Jackie Mittoo & The Soul BrothersLast Train To SkavilleSoul Jazz Records

      Jackie Mittoo is one of the most important artists in the history of Jamaican music. As founding member of the legendary Skatalites, as in-house arranger/producer at Studio One and as a solo artist in his own right leading groups such as The Soul Brothers, Sound Dimension and Soul Vendors.

      These classic and rare recordings were made in the mid-1960s at Studio One. The Soul Brothers bridged the gap between Ska and the arrival of Rocksteady mixing it all up with Funk, Jazz and Latin styles. The Soul Brothers recorded at Studio One between 1965-1967. This was the transitionary period between Ska and Rocksteady where the music was a mixture of Funk, Latin and Jazz sometimes with a reminder of Ska and the hint of Rocksteady.

      The previous era of Ska had been dominated by the Skatalites, the first in-house band at Studio One who created classic hits such as "Guns of Navaronne", "Man in the Street", "El Pussy Cat" and many more. Unfortunately the strong personalities in the group meant that The Skatalites stayed together for less than two years. It was also around this time that the mentally unwell Don Drummond was arrested for the murder of his girlfriend, the dancer Margerita.

      In August 1965, barely a week after the demise of the original Skatalites, The Soul Brothers (featuring ex-Skatalites members Jackie Mittoo, Roland Alphonso, Johnny Moore and Lloyd Brevitt) were up and running as the new house band at Studio One.

      The Soul Brothers were essentially a collective, releasing material under their own name or under a nominal leader (usually Jackie Mittoo or Rolando Alphonso). The group line-up changed over time with Bobby Ellis (trumpet), Bryan Atkinson (bass), Dennis Campbell (Sax), Harry Haughton (guitarist) and Joe Isaacs (drummer) replacing various members alongside the ever present Jackie Mittoo.

      REVIEWS

      "Jackie Mittoo was a true star of Jamaican music; a founder member of The Skatalites, a prolific composer and the keyboard powerhouse behind many a classic tune. His simple, often hypnotic approach, to ska, rocksteady and reggae made him one of the most distinctive sounding musicians of the era."  BBC

      "Jackie Mittoo was one of the great names in Jamaican music, manning the keyboards for the Skatalites, the Soul Vendors, and Sound Dimension-- three of the greatest house bands of the 60s (and I mean anywhere, not just in Jamaica)." PITCHFORK

      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Train To Skaville
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – James Bond
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Voodoo Moon
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Ska Shuffle
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Take Ten
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Chicken And Booze
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Honey Pot
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Mr Flint
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Dr. Ring Ding
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Got My Boogaloo
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – From Russia With Love
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Ska-culation
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Home Made
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Sufferer's Choice
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – One Stop
      • Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Hot And Cold
      • 1. Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Train To Skaville
      • 2. Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – James Bond
      • 3. Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers – Voodoo Moon
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      AmmoncontactBeat Tape PersonalitiesSoul Jazz Records

      As Soul Jazz Records continue to delve into the new electronic music coming out of the U.S. with releases by Kit Clayton and Sutekh on their "Microsolutions to Macro Problems" sub-label, they bring you next Ammoncontact. With previous releases on Prefuse 73's own Eastern Development label, Ammoncontact mix left-field Hip-Hop/Electronica/Deep Jazz to bring you truly classic new electronic music. Ammoncontact are Carlos Nino and Fabian Ammon. This Vinyl EP features 6 songs that were recorded in Los Angeles and features friends such as Daedalus and members of the original Tribe Records in Detroit.

        Kit ClaytonWhen Cedars FallSoul Jazz Records

        San Francisco electronic/techno pioneer KIT CLAYTON as the first in a series of new electronica releases under the banner “MICROSOLUTIONS FOR MEGA PROBLEMS”. KIT CLAYTON has been releasing music on labels such as Mille Plateaux, Seventh City, Plug Research for the last few years as well as his own Orthlorng Musork label. He is the producer of the current left-field hip-hop faves GOLD CHAINS which is also released on his label in the US. KIT CLAYTON is at the front of a movement of “lap-top” electronic artists such as Herbert, Bola, Sutekh, Pole etc. These two tracks are firmly in the electronic dance field and have been specially recorded for Soul Jazz Records.

        • Kit Clayton – Humbaba
        • Kit Clayton – Enkidu