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            Studio One RootsSoul Jazz Records

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            This is the new 20th anniversary edition of one of Soul Jazz Records’ classic Studio One releases now available as a one-off pressing special blue vinyl very limited-edition pressing ( 2000 copies worldwide).

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            Studio One Roots set the standard for Soul Jazz Records’ long-standing series of Studio One collections and features many of the classic artists from Clement 'Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s mighty roster of reggae.

            This album includes Freddie McGregor, Willie Williams, Cornell Campbell, Alton Ellis, Devon Russell alongside some of the defining crack-session men groups of Jamaican reggae history - The Sound Dimension, Brentford All-Stars, The Skatalites, New Establishment and more. As ever the album is filled with a mixture of seminal cuts and super-rarities from the vast vaults of 13 Brentford Road.

            Stand-out tracks include Alton Ellis’s Blackish White, a surreal and powerful Afro-centric dream, Count Ossie Nyabinghi and Rastafarian drummers genre-defying interpretation of Booker T and The MGs ‘Meditation’, Willie Williams awe-inspiring versioning of the Skatalites' seminal Rastafari anthem Addis Ababa and many, many more.

            This album has been fully digitally remastered, analog cut and packaged complete with the following: Original sleevenotes by Lloyd Bradley (author of When Reggae Was King), compiled by Mark Ainley (Honest Jons), high-quality Soul Jazz mastering, wicked images of Count Ossie and the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari on the cover, and a rare image of Clement Dodd and musicians inside the studio at Studio One on the full colour inner sleeves.

            REVIEWS:

            "Having established himself as one of Jamaica's top producers the day Studio One opened its doors in the early '60s, Clement "Coxsone" Dodd was unable to maintain his status during the roots era of the subsequent decade. This can be attributed to a couple of factors. One was Dodd's apparent reluctance to record the new, overtly Rasta-inspired music. The other was an infusion of new blood into the Jamaican music business. Eager to make a name for themselves, producers like Joe Gibbs, Bunny Lee, Lee "Scratch" Perry, and Winston "Niney" Holness managed to supplant the island's "big three" (Dodd, Duke Reid, and Prince Buster) in the process, driving the music's evolution in the '70s.

            There isn't a weak number across these 16 tracks, from the Gaylads' ode to "Africa" and Devon Russell's version of the heavyweight "Drum Song" rhythm, to a trio of stunning instrumentals: Jackie Mittoo and the Cyclones with nyahbinghi drummer Count Ossie on "Meditation," Lenny Hibbert's sparkling vibe work over Mittoo's "Ghetto Organ" ("More Creation"), and Sound Dimension's "Congo Rock."

            The music of this compilation is of a rare, rare beauty and is essential to anyone's reggae collection." All Music

            • The Cyclones With Count Ossie – Meditation
            • Cornell Campbell & The Brentford Rockers – Natty Don't Go
            • Freddy Mcgregor With The Sound Dimension – Africa Here I Come
            • Bunny & Skitter – Lumumbo
            • Willie Williams & The All Stars – Addis A Baba
            • L.Crosdale With Drummond Bago & the Rebel Group – Set Me Free
            • Leroy Wallace & The New Establishment – Far Beyond
            • Lennie Hibbert – More Creation
            • Alton Ellis & The Sound Dimension – Blackish White
            • Winston Jarrett & The Sound Dimension – Fear Not
            • Devon Russell – Drum Song
            • The Gaylads – Africa
            • Black Brothers & The New Establishment – School Children
            • Linton Cooper & The Brentford Disco Set – You'll Get Your Pay
            • Sound Dimension – Congo Rock
            • Zoot Simms – African Challenge
            • 1. The Cyclones With Count Ossie – Meditation
            • 2. Cornell Campbell & The Brentford Rockers – Natty Don't Go
            • 3. Freddy Mcgregor With The Sound Dimension – Africa Here I Come
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            Lee Perry & FriendsBlack Art From The Black ArkPressure Sounds

            Rare and unreleased roots recordings from The Black Ark and producer Lee Perry with various singers & players featuring two dubplate cuts from Junior Murvin & Jimmy Riley, Lord Creator's killer 2nd cut of "Such Is Life", Henrick Nicholson 12" mix of "Brotherly Love" and many more. Highly recommended!

            • – Roots Train - Junior Murvin (Unreleased Dubplate Mix)
            • – Woman Gotta Have Love - Jimmy Riley (Unreleased Dubplate Mix)
            • – Set Up Yourself – The Upsetters
            • – Brotherly Love – Henrick Nicholson (12” mix)
            • – Let’s Fall in Love – Junior Murvin
            • – Say a Little Prayer – Eric Donaldson (12” mix)
            • – I Never Had It So Good – Jimmy Riley
            • – Mister Craven – Junior Murvin
            • – Such Is Life – Lord Creator (12” mix)
            • – Such Is Life Version – The Upsetters
            • – Nuh Fi Run It Down – Danny Clarke
            • – Nuh Fi Run It Down Version – The Upsetters
            • – What a Sin – Lee Perry (extended mix)
            • – Ska Baby – Bobby Ellis
            • – Ska Version – The Upsetters
            • – Beard Man Shuffle – The Upsetters
            • – Oh Me Oh My – Bree Daniels CD Bonus track
            • – Oh Me Oh Dub – The Upsetters Cd Bonus track
            • 1. – Roots Train - Junior Murvin (Unreleased Dubplate Mix)
            • 2. – Woman Gotta Have Love - Jimmy Riley (Unreleased Dubplate Mix)
            • 3. – Set Up Yourself – The Upsetters
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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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            Jackie MittooThe Keyboard King At Studio OneUniversal Sound

            SUPER NEW 20th anniversary special one-off pressing BLUE coloured vinyl gatefold sleeve edition of Soul Jazz Records’ seminal Jackie Mittoo – The Keyboard King at Studio One

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            Jackie Mittoo is one of the defining figureheads of reggae music !

            From forming The Skatalites, at age 15, alongside Don Drummond, Roland Alphonso, Tommy McCook and others, to his work as writer, arranger, producer at Studio One records during the sixties, writing and playing for artists such as Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe, Marcia Griffiths and The Heptones (to name a few), to his career as a solo artist as well as leader of bands such as The Soul Brothers, Soul Vendors and The Sound Dimension, Jackie Mittoo is at the heart of reggae music. He was one of the instigators of Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae. In the seventies, DJ music and Dancehall were based upon classic rhythms of the sixties, many using the instrumental tracks that Jackie Mittoo created at Studio One at this time.

            This compilation features the work of Jackie Mittoo at Studio One. It features music recorded as a solo artist (as opposed to the numerous singers that he accompanied). Most of these are taken from his recordings in the mid-sixties where he was recording on an almost daily basis at Studio One's Brentford Road studios developing the funky reggae sound that was his trademark.

            Jackie Mittoo is as much an icon of Reggae as he is to fans of Funk music. He is without doubt the funkiest keyboard player ever to come out of Jamaica!

            Reviews:

            " The coolest man who ever lived" THE GUARDIAN***** "

            “Named by MOJO as one of the 100 cult heroes of all time, this is a lovingly curated compilation" THE INDEPENDENT

            • Jackie Mittoo – Get Up And Get It
            • Jackie Mittoo – Black Organ
            • Jackie Mittoo – Killer Diller
            • Jackie Mittoo – Totally Together
            • Jackie Mittoo – Hot Tamale
            • Jackie Mittoo – Reggae Rock
            • Jackie Mittoo – Oboe
            • Jackie Mittoo – Juice Box
            • Jackie Mittoo – Summer Breeze
            • Jackie Mittoo – Drum Song
            • Jackie Mittoo – P. Cafe
            • Jackie Mittoo – Henry The Great
            • Jackie Mittoo – Stereo Freeze
            • Jackie Mittoo – Wall Street
            • Jackie Mittoo – Darker Shade Of Black
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                Fire Over Babylon: Dread, Peace and Conscious Sounds at Studio OneSoul Jazz Records

                Soul Jazz Records’ new Studio One collection ‘Fire Over Babylon: Dread, Peace and Conscious Sounds at Studio One’ features a stellar selection of 70s roots music – classic and rare tracks recorded at Clement Dodd’s musical empire at 13 Brentford Road in the 1970s.

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                Rastafarian-inspired Roots music was an ever-important aspect of Studio One’s output from the start of the 1970s onwards and this album features many of the ground-breaking groups and artists that established the sound of Jamaica during this decade and beyond.

                Featured here are seminal artists such as Freddie McGregor, The Wailing Souls, The Gladiators, Horace Andy, Devon Russell, Cedric Brooks, Count Ossie, Judah Eskender Tafari alongside a host of lesser-known rare cuts made at Studio One from artists such as The Prospectors, Viceroys and Pablove Black.

                Studio One and founder Clement Dodd’s connection with Rastafarianism dates back to the early 1960s, with Dodd accompanying members of the Skatalites up to the hills of Kingston to listen to the music of the Rastafarianism Count Ossie and his drummers. The album sleevenotes discuss how Clement Dodd’s musical links, as well as his role in heading the most important record label in Reggae, are in many ways linked to the beliefs of Rastafarianism.

                This album is released as a heavyweight black vinyl double-album with gatefold sleeve, full notes and download code, deluxe CD with full booklet and slipcase and digital album.

                • Freddie McGregor – I Am a Revolutionist
                • The Silvertones – Burning In My Soul
                • Wailing Souls – Without You
                • Devon Russell – Jah Jah Fire
                • Trevor Clarke – Sufferation
                • The Gladiators – Sonia
                • Judah Eskender Tafari – Always Trying
                • The Viceroys – Ya Ho
                • Im and Count Ossie – Give Me Back Me Language And Me Culture
                • The Gladiators – Serious Thing
                • The Prospectors – Glory For I
                • Wailing Souls – Things and Time
                • Pablove Black – Inner Peace
                • The Gladiators – Peace
                • Horace Andy – Mr. Jolly Man
                • Wailing Souls – Rock But Don't Fall
                • Albert Griffiths and The Gladiators – Righteous Man
                • The Viceroys – So Many Problems
                The Wailing SoulsTrouble Maker / Run My PeopleSoul Jazz Records

                Seminal, uplifting, righteous, soulful roots anthem!

                • The Wailing Souls – Trouble Maker
                • The Wailing Souls – Run My People
                Soul Jazz Records presents Studio One Soul (Special limited edition yellow vinyl edition)

                20th anniversary edition !!!! YELLOW VINYL SUPER LIMITED!

                More classic Reggae from Jamaica's most important label ever .

                Studio One Soul tracks the link between American Funk and Soul and Jamaican Reggae at the legendary Studio One Records.

                Curtis Mayfield, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, The Temptations, King Floyd, Booker T and The MGs - all these artists had a huge influence on Jamaican artists and this CD contains versions of songs by all of them. Featuring classic and rare Reggae Funk and Soul cuts from the Reggae giants alongside rarer cuts, Studio One Soul spans over 20 years of classic Reggae from the Rocksteady Funk through to the deep Roots music.

                Following on from Studio One Rockers, this second journey into the vaults of Studio One tells the story of the important link between American Funk and Soul and Jamaican Reggae. Ranging from music taken from the mid-1960s (and the arrival of Rocksteady) through to the beginning of the 1980s, Studio One Soul features versions of US Funk and Soul hits (many rarely heard before) from some of the many classic artists who recorded at Studio One. American Soul music has always been an important influence on Jamaican Reggae.

                The beginning of the Jamaican recording industry at the end of the 1950s started with Clement "Coxsone" Dodd (owner of Studio One) and a group of select in-house musicians (originally The Skatalites) recording their own version of American R'n'B. Playing on the off-beat this music became Ska. As American R'n'B progressed through Funk, Soul and Disco, Jamaican music was going through its own musical changes, from Rocksteady throught to Reggae and Roots music. The house-band at Studio One recorded on a daily basis behind all Studio One vocalists as well as recording instrumentally in its own right.

                Soul singers such as Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions (Queen Of The Minstrels) had a profound influence on Jamaican artists and many other US artists were constantly re-interpreted and re-worked. Artists such as Aretha Franklin (Respect), Charles Wright (Express Yourself), King Floyd (Groove Me), Otis Redding (How Strong) were all very popular in Jamaica in the 1960s. At the end of the 1960s Black Consciousness became an important part of American Soul music. At the same time many Jamaican artists were starting to look to their roots. Many artists would shortly become involved in Rastafarianism. The "conscious" lyrics of American Funk and Soul again struck a chord with Jamaican artists. "Message From A Blackman" (originally by The Temptations) and "Is It Because I'm Black" (Syl Johnson) are examples of this. Through the 1970s Soul/Disco artists such as Barry White ("Can't Get Enough" and "Deeper and Deeper") and The Detroit Spinners ("I'll Be Around") became the flavour of the day. This CD finishes with Willie William's interpretation of Ashford and Simpson's classic "Ain't No Stopping Us Now".

                "Compilation of the month" MOJO "Another essential purchase from Soul Jazz" SEVEN "Latest in Soul Jazz's indespensible compilations" I-D "Near perfect" JOCKEY SLUT

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                  Studio One KingsSoul Jazz Records

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

                  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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                  A History of the Jamaican Recording IndustryBook One: The Birth of Ska 'From Mento to Studio One'

                  Superb hardback 188-page book with loads of text, photos, artefacts, record labels etc written by Noel Hawks.

                  With contributions and quotes from (wait for it): King Jammy, Bunny Lee, Dennis Alcapone, Bob Marley, Paul Khouri, Graeme Goodall, Horace Andy, Burning Spear, Augustus Pablo, Marcia Griffiths, Jojo Hookim, Derrick Harriott and many many more!

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                  'An absolutely crucial survey of the origins of the Jamaican music industry replete with chapter and verse quotes from many of the pivotal movers and shakers.

                  "A wealth of new information, expertly marshalled: this is a book whose time has come!" STEVE BARROW (Rough Guide to Reggae).

                  This is a limited-edition book, DO NOT MISS OUT!

                    Coxsone's Music 2 : The Sound Of Young JamaicaSoul Jazz Records

                    Over 40 tracks!

                    This is the second collection to bring together many of the visionary producer Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd’s early recordings made with Jamaica’s most exciting young artists and musicians who helped define the world of reggae music over the decades following Jamaican Independence.

                    These recordings were made when Sir Coxsone ruled the dancehalls of Kingston in the late 1950s and early 1960s with his number one Downbeat Sound System, where songs were tested out on dub plates at a dance to see a crowd’s reaction - the most popular of which were then released commercially.

                    Featuring early material by Roland Alphonso, Don Drummond, Tommy McCook (all of whom would form The Skatalites), Toots and The Maytals, young singers such as Bob Marley and The Wailers, Delroy Wilson, Owen Gray all captured in their formative days.

                    The music here spans a wealth of styles – Jamaican rhythm and blues, jazz, gospel, proto-ska, Rastafarian – all of which were drawn upon to create the future sounds of Jamaican reggae that Sir Coxsone and the artists featured would soon create at Studio One which opened its doors in 1963.

                    This collection is released on heavyweight triple-vinyl plus download code, double CD with slipcase and digital download. Sleevenotes and text is by the author Noel Hawks.

                    • Roland and his Alley Cats – Jerk Pork
                    • Neville Esson – Lovers Jive
                    • Monty & The Cyclones – Lazy Lou
                    • Owen Gray – Get Drunk
                    • Monty & The Cyclones – Dog It
                    • Clancy Eccles – More Proof
                    • Tommy McCook & The Skatalites – Exodus
                    • Clue J and his Blues Blasters – Swanee River Rock
                    • Delroy Wilson – Spit In The Sky
                    • Roland Alphonso – Federal Special
                    • Owen Gray – Grandma Grandpa
                    • Don Drummond – Cuban Blockade
                    • Theophilus Beckford With Clue J & His City Slickers – Little Lady
                    • Tommy McCook – Away From You
                    • Clancy Eccles With Hersan & His City Slickers – I Live And I Love
                    • Roland Alphonso and His Alley Cats – Hully Gully Rock
                    • Delroy Wilson – Lion Of Judah
                    • Tommy McCook – Two For One
                    • Toots & The Maytals – Sweet Sweet Jenny
                    • Roland Alphonso – Grand National
                    • Owen Gray With Hersan & His City Slickers – Sinners Weep and Mourn
                    • Tommy McCook – Peanut Vendor
                    • Toots & The Maytals – Shining Light
                    • Lascelles Perkins with Clue J & His Blues Blasters  – Lonely Moments
                    • Toots & The Maytals – Six and Seven Books Of Moses
                    • Cecil Lloyd – It Happens
                    • Bonny & Scully – Don't Do It
                    • Don Drummond – Scrap Iron
                    • Lascelles Perkins with Clue J & His Blues Blasters  – Creation
                    • Tommy McCook – Don't Slam The Door
                    • Winston & Bibbie and The Rhythm Aces – Joybells Of Independence
                    • Roland Alphonso – Jack Ruby
                    • Toots & The Maytals – Hallelujah
                    • Bob Marley & The Wailers – Habits
                    • Frank Anderson & Tommy McCook – Wheel and Turn
                    • Busty & Cool – Kingston To Mo'Bay
                    • Don Drummond – Mr Propman
                    • Higgs & Wilson – Mighty Man
                    • Tommy McCook and Roland Alphonso – Trotting In
                    • Bunny & Skitter with Count Ossie and His Wareikas – Cool Breeze
                    • The Mellow Larks – Light Of My Life
                    Joe Yorke & The Co-OperatorsWar On The Night BusHappy People

                    Killer Killer new roots skank from Bristol singer Joe Yorke with a tale of the dreaded night bus trip that we've all be on at some point..vibes & production from Eeyun Purkins..don't let this go..limited edition numbered copies of 355. All pressed on HEAVYWEIGHT vinyl..Check other tuff Happy People releases this week!

                    • Joe Yorke – War On The Night Bus
                    • Eeyun – Dub In St.Paul`s Parish
                    Gregory IsaacsRock Dis Ya Reggae BeatTaxi

                    Two late 70s cuts from the late Gregory Isaacs with mighty drum & bass duo Sly and Robbie at the controls both with strong dubs. Clean and loud pressings and come with limited "Taxi" sleeves.

                    • Gregory Isaacs – Rock Dis Ya Beat
                    • Sly & Robbie – Rock Dis Dub
                    • Gregory Isaacs – Motherless Children
                    • Sly & Robbie – Motherless Dub
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                    Roger RivasBrown Star LinerHappy People

                    Following up Roger Rivas' now sold out roots reggae bomb Heavier Rock 7", Happy People will be releasing two equally devastating roots tunes from the LA organ supremo in the form of Brown Star Liner and Autumn Breeze.

                    The ltd. edition 7" comes on black (200 copies) heavyweight vinyl. All numbered.

                    • – Brown Star Liner
                    • – Autumn Breeze
                    The Light Of SabaWords Of Wisdom / Peanut VendorSaba

                    Limited repress of Light Of Saba's first killer roots single originally released in 1974 with "Words Of Wisdom" backed with "Peanut Vendor".

                    • – Words Of Wisdom
                    • – Peanut Vendor
                    Dennis BrownVineyard / RepatriationJoe Gibbs

                    5th instalment of the Joe Gibbs Roots Archive 10" series featuring Dennis Brown with "Vineyard" and "Repatiation" plus the awesome dub counterpart "Jubilation Dub" All Killer No Filler!

                    • Dennis Brown – Vineyard
                    • Dennis Brown – Repatriation
                    • Joe Gibbs & The Professionals – Jubilation Dub
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                    Roger RivasWild Island / Midnight CallingHappy People

                    Roger Rivas's second release on Happy People with two deep rocksteady organ instrumental cuts fresh from the USA. Limited edition numbered copies of only 218..all pressed on HEAVYWEIGHT vinyl!

                    • – Wild Island
                    • – Midnight Calling
                    Exclusive Super Limited Edition Official Studio One Records Silk Screen Print T-ShirtJackie Mittoo #1Studio One/Soul Jazz Records

                    THERE ARE 20 of these left and then they are gone!

                    Super-limited edition last 100 x one-off print run exclusive Studio One Official T-shirt!

                    Black and red silk screen print on 100% Cotton white T-shirt, w/ official Studio One label

                    This T-shirt will be deleted after this mailout so if you want one you need to order now!

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                      The AggrovatorsIt's A Disgrace VersionPressure Sounds

                      4 killer dub plates from Striker Lee. Not on the vinyl 'Next Cut' album. All hot and heavy and previously un-released versions. The first 50 come in a hand made recycled card sleeve made from the left over 'Full Up' sleeves. Top draw.

                      • – It's A Disgrace Version (Dub Plate)
                      • – Don't Let No One Fool You Version (Dub Plate)
                      • – Chasing Versions (Dub Plate)
                      • – The Running Of Time Version (Dub Plate)
                      • 1. – It's A Disgrace Version (Dub Plate)
                      • 2. – Don't Let No One Fool You Version (Dub Plate)
                      • 3. – Chasing Versions (Dub Plate)
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                      The BandulusDear LordHappy People

                      A truly infectious ska-inspired dance floor filler, topped with Jeremy Pena’s soul-fuelled vocal. The flip side delivers another equally infectious, ska-inspired track - Flash Flood.

                      Only 200 heavyweight 7”s are being pressed, All numbered.

                      • – Dear Lord
                      • – Flash Flood
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