Lee Perry What A Botheration / Taste Of Kiling

    • 7"£7.99
      Out of stock
    • Lee Perry – What A Botheration
    • The Upsetters – Taste Of Killing
    • 1. Lee Perry – What A Botheration
    • 2. The Upsetters – Taste Of Killing

    Lee Perry's comment on Jamaica's economical crisis in late 1968. Vocal and instrumental version of the same song side by side.

    People also bought

    Stranger ColeWhen I Get My Freedom / Death Rides A HorsePressure Sounds
    Stranger Cole with a soulful vocal on an infectious rhythm. All the components of the skinhead period reggae are here. Roy Richards on the flipside on...
    • Stranger Cole – When I Get My Freedom
    • Roy Richards – Death Rides A Horse
    • 7"£8.00
      Out of stock
    The Bunny Lee AllstarsIvan Itler The Conqueror / Smooths And SortsPressure Sounds
    A humorous look at some of the more infamous characters in history precedes a charming keyboard led instrumental. Most likely Lloyd ‘Gitsey’ Willis...
    • The Bunny Lee Allstars – Ivan Itler The Conqueror
    • Dave Barker – Smooths And Sorts
    Don T LeeCool Cool RocksteadyPressure Sounds
    Don T Lee was the brother of producer Bunny Lee and on this excellent slice of party rocksteady he is superbly backed by the Bobby Aitken group. On the...
    • don t lee – cool cool rocksteady
    • glenn adams & alva lewis – s-h-i (i'm shocking)
    • 7"£8.00
      Out of stock
    Tee MangoTribute #5Tribute
    Disco-fied house music deepness from Tee Mango working a killer modern club groove out of Donna McGhee's 'Make It Last Forever'. Inc. a download code...
    • – Time Is Now
    • – Make It Last Forever
    • 12"£8.99
      Out of stock
    Lee PerryMegaton Dub 2 (1984)Studio 16
    Heavyweight dub album from Lee Perry's Black Ark Studios, originally released in 1984 featuring a killer dub of The Congos "Row Fisherman Row" and...
    • – Traveling In Dub
    • – Fisher Man Dub
    • – Groovy Dub
    • – Green Bay Killing
    • – Living In Dub
    Busty BrownWhat A PriceUpsetter
    1968 early reggae recordings from the soulful Busty Brown with Lee Perry producing.
    • – What A Price
    • – How Can I Forget
    • 7"£7.99
      Out of stock
    100% Pure PoisonComing Right At You (2017 Reissue)Soul Brother
    Soul Brother Records reissue this classic jazz-funk rarity from 1974. With vocal interplay recalling the Temptations work with Norman Whitfield...
    • – You Keep Coming Back
    • – No More City, No More Country
    • – Boarding Pass
    • – Holes In My Shoes
    • – My Little Someone
    • – Windy C.
    • – (But You Say) You Want To Make It With Me
    • – Don't Let Your Pride, Overpower Your Love
    • – (And When I Said) I Love You
    • – Puppet On A Chain
    • LP£14.99
      Out of stock
    The EthiopiansNot MeUpsetter
    The Ethiopians as a Duo (Stephen Taylor and Leonard Dillon) on a late 1968 uptempo reggae song, comes along with Cannonball Bryan's sax version on the...
    • The Ethiopians – Not Me
    • King Cannon – Fire Ball
    • 7"£7.99
      Out of stock
    The BlackstonesBlessed Are The Meek / BeatitudeSupatech
    The Blackstones on fine form with a killer new vocal cut over The Uniques rocksteady hit "Beatitude"
    • The Blackstones – Blessed Are The Meek / Beatitude
    • Lenny Banton & The Blackstones – Wanna Hold You In My Arms
    • 7"£5.99
      Out of stock
    The EthiopiansWell RedJ.J.
    Superb uptempo 1969 cut from The Ethiopians with instrumental on the flip, both JJ records nice presses.
    • The Ethiopians – Well Red
    • JJ Allstars – Mango Tree
    • 7"£9.00
      Out of stock
    Lee PerryUnderground RootBlack Art
    A next cut to the previously re-released "From Creation" by Clive Hylton, this time paired with a plain Upsetters dub. Killer!
    • – Underground Root
    • – Root Underground
    • 7"£11.00
      Out of stock
    Peter AustinLick It Back Festival / Baby Don't Do ItShockin' Aust'n Records
    Written for 1969 Jamaican song festival by Peter Austin and produced by Warrick Lyn.
    • – Lick It Back Festival
    • – Baby Don't Do It
    • 7"£7.99
      Out of stock
    The SensationsYou Won't Get Far By WishingTreasure Isle
    Two rare rocksteady tunes from the vaults of Treasure Isle featuring vocal group The Sensations & Phyllis Dillon.
    • The Sensations – You Won't Get Far By Wishing
    • Phyllis Dillion – Things Of The Past
    V. VinstrickLove Is Not Your GameSir JJ
    Two obscure rare late 60s recordings in the uptempo style of early reggae.
    • V. Vinstrick – Love Is Not Your Game
    • Vibrators – Depending On You
    • 7"£7.99
      Out of stock
    Peter Austin & Prince BrothersWhere You Gonna HideStud
    Early reggae Channel One Recording from 1974 with version on the flip.
    • – Where You Gonna Hide
    • – Hide Version
    • 7"£6.99
      Out of stock
    Keith "Slim" Smith / Delroy WilsonBurning Fire / My Baby Is GoneSpice Isle Records
    Killer early reggae vocal cut from Slim Smith doing over "Love Makes A Woman" Barbara Acklin with Delroy Wilson cut on the same rhythm.
    • Keith 'Slim' Smith – Burning Fire
    • Delroy Wilson – My Baby Is Gone
    • 7"£5.99
      Out of stock
    Frankie JonesSister BelovedImpact!
    1977 funky roots and dub produced by Brent Dowe singer of The  Melodians, issued on Imapct! J.A. Original.
    • – Sister Beloved
    • – Version
    • Original 7"£12.00
      Out of stock
    ImperialsBlack Is SoulSpade
    "Black Is Soul" originally released in JA on a small run blank label 7", then released in the UK on Pama's Bullet outlet. Flip side is a reggae remake...
    • Imperials – Black Is Soul
    • Al Senior Pone – Hold My Hand
    • 7"£7.99
      Out of stock
    HarmoniansLullaby AngelSpade
    The a-side, "Lullaby Angel" was only ever released on a handful of blank 7" records in Jamaica. There are two more versions on that same riddim, one is...
    • Harmonians – Lullaby Angel
    • Randy Williams & Hippy Boys – Hidden Treasure
    • 7"£7.99
      Out of stock
    Rico RodriguezGoing West / Joe LewisPressure Sounds
    Tommy McCook and Rico share the plaudits on ‘Going West’. Its possible this was recorded in London’s Chalk farm studios with Vic Keary’s involvement....
    • Rico Rodriguez – Going West
    • The Bunny Lee Allstars – Joe Lewis
    • 7"£8.00
      Out of stock
    Laurel AitkenSkinhead Train / Kent PeopleBlack Butcher Classics
    All aboard with the Boss Skinhead Laurel Aitken, Limited repress of 500.
    • Laurel Aitken – Skinhead Train
    • The Gruvy Beats – Kent People
    • 7"£7.49
      Out of stock
    The EthiopiansProphecyUpsetter
    Originally release in 1974 on the Jamaican Justice League label.
    • – Prophecy
    • – Life Is A Funny Thing
    • 7"£7.99
      Out of stock
    Count Sticky & The UpsettersMove And GroovePressure Sounds
    Get FUNKY with the Count...Only on 7"
    • Count Sticky & The Upsetters – Move And Groove
    • Chanel 5 – Soul Bounce
    • 7"£8.00
      Out of stock
    Glen BrownWake Up To Reality / Musical PressureGay Feet
    Glen and Daves ‘Wake up to reality’ is an early plea for Jamaicans to get along and live together. The song is underpinned by the thumping Nyabinghi...
    • – Wake Up To Reality
    • – Musical Pressure
    • 7"£8.00
      Out of stock
    The Reggae BoysSelassieUpsetter
    1969 recordings from Alva Lewis & Glen Adams AKA The Reggae Boys, killer funk early reggae style with organ instrumental on the flip.
    • The Reggae Boys – Selassie
    • The Upsetters – Ex Ray Vision
    • 7"£8.00
      Out of stock