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          The WinstonsAmen Brother / Color Him FatherSoul Jazz Records

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          The world's greatest ever break? Here it is - The first official re-release of The Winston's Amen Brother with the LEGENDARY Amen Break as featured on 1000s of hip-hop and jungle releases. This record has been a collectors' 45 for ages and OUT OF PRINT for 50 years - sounding fresh!

          Not only that but the flip-side Color Him Father is a superb Curtis Mayfield-esque ANTHEMIC soul tune - as essential as the A-side.

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          Studio One ShowcaseSoul Jazz Records

          Studio One Showcase brings together a new fine selection of classic tracks from Horace Andy, Freddy McGregor, Johnny Osbourne, Lone Ranger, Sugar Minott, The Heptones, Wailing Souls and other seminal reggae artists all recorded at Studio One in the 1970s.

          By the start of the 1970s, Clement Dodd’s Studio One record label was at a crossroads. The previous two decades had given the producer and record label more success than most aspired to in a lifetime. From the mid-1950s on, the Downbeat Soundsystem had conquered all opponents – from Duke Reid to Prince Buster – and shaped and led the musical landscape of the dancehall. In the 1960s, the establishment of Studio One Records at 13 Brentford Road in Kingston, Jamaica, had led to a Ford Motors-esque production line of hits that similarly defined reggae music.

          But the 1970s was to prove Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s most challenging and yet ultimately the most creative decade of all. Like the most zealous and resourceful of pioneers, Studio One was about to embark on a stunning era of reinvention, adaptation, stripping down and versioning, each step of which marked new musical developments in reggae music – roots reggae, deejay, dancehall, rub a dub and more.

          This album presents an overview of this exciting and ground-breaking decade of the 1970s at Studio One, during an era where, despite challenges from new producers, political turmoil, and almost constant musical and technological innovations in reggae, Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd was able to maintain his position as the pioneering leader in reggae music, and to maintain Studio One is the number one sound in reggae music. Always.

          • Horace Andy – See A Man's Face
          • Cedric Im Brooks and Count Ossie – Right On Rasta
          • Prince Jazzbo – Jah Dread
          • Myrna Hague – What About Me
          • Michigan & Smiley – Time To Be Happy
          • The Wailing Souls – Stick Together
          • Sugar Minott – Have No Fear
          • Judah Eskender Tafari – Just Another Day
          • Dillinger – Chuky Skank
          • Freddie McGregor – Bredda Labba Labba
          • Frankie Wilmoth – Stay With Me
          • Johnny Osbourne – People A Watch Me
          • The Gladiators – Tribulation
          • The Heptones – Hard To Confess
          • Lone Ranger – Fish Tea
          • Jennifer Lara – Ain't No Love
          • The Willows – Send Another Moses
          • The Gaylads & The Brentford Set – Joy In The Morning
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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
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              Studio One RocksteadySoul Jazz Records

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              With excellent sleevenotes by Lloyd Bradley (author of the classic book Bass Culture - When Reggae Was King (Penguin)) this album is dedicated to rocksteady at Studio One as well as covering reggae soul and the birth of reggae.

              Featuring an all-star selection of artists: Ken Boothe, Marcia Griffiths, Jackie Mittoo, The Heptones, John Holt, Alton Ellis, Dennis Brown and more.

              Soul Jazz Records' Studio One Rocksteady is released in CD- jewel case, 16-page booklet with card slipcase, as well as a heavyweight double-vinyl edition in deluxe strong gatefold sleeve (with full sleeve notes and free download code) and also as a digital download.

              "A Superb choice of songs, an essential selection" David Rodigan

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              "Soul Jazz’s excellent collection… even without the history, the importance, and the ins and outs, this music isn’t as much of an intellectual pursuit as it is a pleasure in every note… tremendously tight vocal arrangements… just chock full of creativity, developing a unique sound in every single." Pitchfork

              "This stunning compile… perfectly articulates rocksteady's correlation with sweet, sweet soul music… Heart-warming, life-affirming stuff." Stack Magazine, Australia 

              "Songs of love and lust had never channelled such a rich slice of cultural and social life as here" Wire Magazine

              “Splendid anthology” Rock & Folk, France

              "First class compilation for connoisseurs.” SKUG Magazine, Austria

              • The Eternals – Stars
              • John Holt – Fancy Make Up
              • Cecille Campbell – Whisper To Me
              • The Heptones – Party Time
              • The Gaylads – Joy In The Morning
              • Marcia Griffiths – My Ambition
              • The Heptones – Love Won't Come Easy
              • Alton Ellis – Hurting Me
              • The Wailing Souls – Row Fisherman Row
              • Ken Boothe – Home Home Home
              • Jackie Mittoo – Our Thing
              • Ken Boothe – When I Fall In Love
              • Larry & Alvin – Throw Me Corn
              • Duke Morgan – Lick It Back
              • Carlton and The Shoes – Me and You
              • Dennis Brown – Easy Take It Easy
              • The Classics – Pack Up
              • Ken Boothe – Moving Away
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              Studio One Lovers RockSoul Jazz Records

              Soul Jazz Records new Studio One album is a fantastic selection featuring all-star legendary Studio One vocalists – Alton Ellis, Marcia Griffiths, The Heptones, Horace Andy, Freddie McGregor, Sugar Minott – alongside a host of classic and super-rare Lovers Rock cuts all of which Clement Dodd recorded at the Brentford Road studio.

              Lovers rock brought together many elements and here you will find sweet harmonies, late 1960s rocksteady, 1970s soul covers, discomixes, recuts and new rhythms – which all fit together in a timeless twilight of love & harmony – as if lovers silhouetted by a Kingston sunset.

              Here you will find stone-cold classic Studio One tunes – Marcia Griffiths ‘Truly’, Horace Andy’s I’ll Be Gone super-rare cuts like Carlton and The Shoes killer 70s versions of Never Give Your Heart Away and Let Me Love You (vocal cut to Jackie Mittoo’s mighty Wall Street), The Invaders sweet lovers rocksteady bomb ‘Sweet Soul Rocking’ (currently for sale at £2,500 on discogs!) and many more!

              This new album comes with sleevenotes by Lloyd Bradley, the acclaimed author of Bass Culture, Sounds Like London and Reggae: The Story of Jamaican Music. The album is pressed on heavyweight double gatefold vinyl (+ free download), deluxe slipcase CD and digital.

              • Alton Ellis – Tumbling Tears (12" Discomix)
              • The Heptones – I Hold The Handle
              • Carlton and The Shoes – Never Give Your Heart Away (70s 12" Version)
              • The Minstrels – Yours Until Tomorrow
              • Jerry Jones – Oh Me Oh My
              • Horace Andy – I'll Be Gone
              • Carlton and The Shoes – Let Me Love You (12" Discomix)
              • The Invaders – Soulful Music
              • Sugar Minott – Ghetto Girl
              • Marcia Griffiths – Truly
              • Devon Russell – My Woman's Love
              • Billy Cole – Rock All Night
              • Freddie McGregor – I Don't Know
              • Cornel Campbell – Didn't I
              • Horace Andy – Wanna Be Free
              • The Heptones – My Ting A Ling (12" Discomix)
              • Alton Ellis – Someone (Extended Mix)
              • The Righteous Flames – I Was Born To Be Loved
              • 1. Alton Ellis – Tumbling Tears (12" Discomix)
              • 2. The Heptones – I Hold The Handle
              • 3. Carlton and The Shoes – Never Give Your Heart Away (70s 12" Version)
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                    Soul Jazz Records Presents Bunny Lee: Dreads Enter The Gates With PraiseThe Mighty Striker Shoots The Hits!Soul Jazz Records

                    ‘Bunny Lee, the Hit Maker from Jamaica.’

                    Soul Jazz Records presents this collection featuring the heavy 70s roots reggae of Bunny Lee – a living legend, one of the last of the great Jamaican record producers who helped shape and define reggae music in the 1970s from a small island sound into an internationally successful musical genre.

                    From teenage fan to young record plugger for Duke Reid, Sir Coxsone and other early pioneering Jamaican musical entrepreneurs, Lee has spent his whole professional life inside the Kingston music industry. In the 1970s he rose up to become one of the major record producers in Jamaica alongside Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, and the other ‘small axe’ producers, who broke the dominance of the ‘big tree’ producers that had ruled Jamaican music in the 1960s.


                    Featuring some of the heaviest Jamaican artists including Johnny Clarke, King Tubby, Dillinger, Prince Jazzbo, Tommy McCook, The legendary Aggrovators (featuring Sly and Robbie), The Mighty Diamonds and more, the album is a rollercoaster ride of rare, deep and classic 1970s roots, dub and DJ sounds.


                    During this era ‘flying cymbals’, crashing reverbs, dark echoing thunderclap gunshots and other ‘implements of sound’ filled his record productions as Bunny Lee explored the outer limits of dub with his friend King Tubby in the mix on wild versions that accompanied any 45. A Bunny Lee record provides a creative and mysterious hidden guide to reggae music itself, a double-sided three-minute intangible history lesson etched in wax.

                    Bunny Lee was one of the first Jamaican producers to travel to England in the late 1960s, at the beginning of the nascent British reggae music industry as record companies such as Trojan, Pama and others began licensing Jamaican music in the UK to supply the expanding West Indian communities living up and down England. Lee encouraged other Jamaican producers to do the same, including Lee Perry, Harry J and Niney the Observer, and also became a conduit between the British music industry and numerous younger Island-based producers - a frequent flyer reggae ambassador, a musical courier exchanging tapes for royalties.


                    His first recordings in the late 1960s were mainly rock steady but as the 70s approached the music soon began to mutate and slow down into ‘reggae’ as the sound became heavier, more roots-y and the sound itself began to change with the explosion of dub. Lee was at the forefront to this dramatic musical shift into roots reggae, and by this time had become a major producer, capable of working with whoever he chose as world-famous singers, DJs and musicians lined up to work with the charismatic man. Lee also employed a fluid but stable set of crack session musicians who he named The Aggrovators.

                    Most of the recordings featured here come from the mid-70s, a time when Bunny Lee was definitely ‘in the zone,’ releasing heavyweight singles at an almost unstoppable rate. Bunny Lee’s career stretches over five decades and he has upwards of 2,000 production credits on vinyl.

                    Did you work all night?

                    ‘Yeah man, night and day. One weekend I remember, I go in a Channel One on a Friday night and I never come out ‘til Monday morning. Just send out to get food and ting.’ Bunny Lee

                    This album comes with extensive sleevenotes, an interview with Bunny Lee, and exclusive photography. The album is available as a massive triple LP vinyl + download code, house inner, full notes, as well as deluxe CD pack with 24-page booklet, and digital album.

                    • Johnny Clarke – Enter Into His Gates With Praise
                    • King Tubby Meets Tommy McCook and The Aggrovators – The Dub Station
                    • Gene Rondo – Why You Do That
                    • Vin Gordon & The Aggrovators – Magnum Force
                    • Jackie Edwards – So Jah Seh
                    • The Aggrovators – So Jah Seh Dub
                    • Jah Youth – Principle and Dignity
                    • King Tubby Meets Tommy McCook and The Aggrovators – King Tubby Dub
                    • Jah Stitch – Real Born African
                    • The Aggrovators – African Love Call
                    • Gene Rondo – A Land Far Away
                    • The Uniques – Queen Majesty
                    • Johnny Clarke – Time Will Tell
                    • The Aggrovators – Drums Of Africa
                    • Dillinger and King Tubby – Jah Jah Dub
                    • Winston Wright – Marvelous Rocker
                    • The Mighty Diamonds – You Should Be Thankful
                    • King Tubby, Prince Jammy and The Aggrovators – A Thankful Version
                    • Dillinger – Check Sister Jane
                    • Prince Jazzbo – The Wormer
                    • The Uniques – You Don't Care For Me
                    • Shorty The President – Natty Dread Have Ambition
                    • King Tubby and The Aggrovators – This A The Hardest Version
                    • 1. Johnny Clarke – Enter Into His Gates With Praise
                    • 2. King Tubby Meets Tommy McCook and The Aggrovators – The Dub Station
                    • 3. Gene Rondo – Why You Do That
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                    Blue Note Re:ImaginedDecca / Blue Note

                    A collection of classic Blue Note tracks, reworked and newly recorded by a selection of the UK scene’s most exciting young talents. Representing a bridge between the ground-breaking label’s past and future, the project features contributions from a rollcall of 16 revered UK acts including Shabaka Hutchings, Ezra Collective, Nubya Garcia, Mr Jukes, Steam Down, Skinny Pelembe, Emma-Jean Thackray, Yazmin Lacey, Poppy Ajudha, Jordan Rakei, Fieh, Ishmael Ensemble, Blue Lab Beats, Melt Yourself Down, Alfa Mist, and Jorja Smith!

                    • Jorja Smith – Rose Rouge (from St Germain Tourist, 2000)
                    • Ezra Collective – Footprints (from Wayne Shorter Adam’s Apple, 1966)
                    • Poppy Ajudha – Watermelon Man (Under The Sun) (from Herbie Hancock Takin’ Off, 1962)
                    • Jordan Rakei – Wind Parade (from Donald Byrd Places and Spaces, 1975)
                    • Skinny Pelembe – Illusion (Silly Apparition) (from Andrew Hill One for One, 1969)
                    • Alfa Mist – Galaxy (rom Eddie Henderson Sunburst, 1975)
                    • Steam Down feat. Afronaut Zu – Etcetera (from Wayne Shorter Etcetera, 1965)
                    • Yazmin Lacey – I’ll Never Stop Loving You (from Dodo Greene My Hour of Need, 1962)
                    • 1. Jorja Smith – Rose Rouge (from St Germain Tourist, 2000)
                    • 2. Ezra Collective – Footprints (from Wayne Shorter Adam’s Apple, 1966)
                    • 3. Poppy Ajudha – Watermelon Man (Under The Sun) (from Herbie Hancock Takin’ Off, 1962)
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                    Michael ProphetSweet MeDub Store

                    Tubbys, as well as Jammys tunes after the digital revolution, you can find many that sounds great but not all of them will stick to your heart forever. However this Michael Prophet digi killer comes with absolute presence and confidence reflecting his true soul/

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                    Tappa ZukieRaggy Joey BoyDub Store

                    Killer title track from his 1982 album now with it's dub counterpart.

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                    The Conscious MindsSomething New / Funny FeelingSoul Beat

                    Great roots instrumental from 1970 on the A Side with The Gaylads wicked tune "Funny Feeling" on the flip. Superb double header!

                    • The Conscious Minds – Something New
                    • The Gaylads – Funny Feeling
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                    Carlton StephensonLook At The TimeTuff Scout

                    Heavyweight vocal roots originally released on Ethnic Fight subsidiary "Reggae" label produced by Larry Lawrence. Repressed from original Half Moon Master tapes and only 400 pressed.

                    • – Look At The Time
                    • – Time
                    Studio One Rocksteady Got SoulSoul Jazz Records

                    Back in stock!

                    Soul Jazz Records new Studio One release Rocksteady Got Soul is a collection of uplifting and superb rocksteady and soulful reggae from the late 1960s and early 1970s. Studio One is the number one label in the history of reggae and he album features - as ever with Studio One - an impeccable and unbeatable line-up of reggae superstars all soaring at the height of their creative powers. Alton Ellis, John Holt, The Heptones, Jackie Mittoo, The Ethiopians, Lee Perry and more.

                    The album is a mix of classic tunes and rhythms alongside super-rarities that were released in a dazzlingly complex web of Studio One labels and issues, deftly navigated with new sleevenotes from author and Studio One authority Rob Chapman. But enough with the chatter, just spin the platter - these tunes rule the town, hands down!


                    This Soul Jazz/Studio One album is released as deluxe gatefold double-vinyl + house inners + download code. Also as jewel case CD housed in card slipcase. Both formats come with full sleeve notes/discography and exclusive photography. (The album is also available digitally on day of release onwards)

                    • Alton Ellis – It's True
                    • The Heptones – You Turned Away
                    • The Gladiators – Mr Sweet
                    • The Jail Breakers – Work It Up
                    • Lee Perry & The Gaylads – Run Rudie Run
                    • The Heptones – Young Generation
                    • Jackie Mittoo – Good Feeling
                    • C. Marshall – I Need Your Loving
                    • Alton Ellis – I'll Be Waiting
                    • The Clarendonians – The Tables Gonna Turn
                    • Ken Parker – When You're Gone
                    • Sound Dimension – Traveling Home
                    • Errol Dunkley – Get Up Now
                    • John Holt – My Heart Is Gone
                    • Freedom Singers and Larry Marshall – Monkey Man
                    • The Ethiopians – Let The Light Shine
                    • Im and David – Money Maker
                    • The Viceroys – Lose and Gain
                    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 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 DancehallSoul Jazz Records

                    Fantastic, mind-blowing, awesome new collection of killer Studio One dancehall and proto-dancehall!


                    Featured here is a new collection spanning Studio One’s dancehall period – singers and deejays on classic Studio One rhythms, studio and electronic wizadry from the Brentford Road headquarters, lots of rare 12” singles, all effortlessly brought together to nice up the dance.


                    When Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd first ruled the dancehalls of Kingston in the 1950s, fighting off the soundsystem competition of Duke Reid, King Edwards and others, few could imagine how far the reign of Studio One would last. 

                    But the emergence of  ‘Dancehall’ as a distinct style of reggae at the end of the 1970s, as upstart competing producers began recording vocalists and deejays performing over replayed classic Studio One rhythms, in many ways made the influence of Clement Dodd’s vision more omnipotent than ever before (and lasting to this day).


                    Not surprisingly, Clement Dodd’s creativity and business acumen made him quick to respond to this musical phenomenon – and he soon began voicing the new stable of Studio One singers and deejays, such as Sugar Minott and Lone Ranger, over original classic Studio One rhythms recorded in the late 1960s – to produce some of the most innovative, time-bending and creative music of his career.


                    This album comes as CD with slipcase, super-loud, super-heavy triple vinyl album with free download code and as a digital download.

                    • Ernest Wilson – Why Oh Why
                    • Johnny Osbourne – Lend Me The Sixteen
                    • Windel Haye – Haunted House
                    • Green Tea & Chassy – Ghetto Girl
                    • Johnny Osbourne – Time A Run Out
                    • Lone Ranger – Noah In The Ark
                    • Devon Russell – Thanks and Praise
                    • Brentford Disco Set – Rebel Disco
                    • Doreen Schaffer – I Don't KNow Why
                    • Slim Smith – Lonely Lover
                    • Field Marshall Haye – Roots and Herb Style
                    • DJ Dawn & The Ranking Queens – Peace True Thing
                    • Jim Brown – Cure For The Fever
                    • Sugar Minott – Peace Treaty Style
                    • Lloyd Robinson – It Deep
                    • Barry Brown – Far East
                    • Windel Haye and Captain Morgan – Flood Victim
                    • Ernest Wilson – Pick Them Up