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            DancehallPOSTERSoul Jazz Records

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                Studio One Showcase – The Sound Of Studio One In The 1970sPosterSoul Jazz Records

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                  Black Fire! New Spirits! PosterSoul Jazz Records

                  Large deep, spiritual jazz poster for your bedroom wall, innit.

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                    Soul Jazz Club Flyer #7Saturday Night Fish FrySoul Jazz Records

                    Two-sided flyer - Andy Weatherall guested at our Fish Fry Night monthly all night funk and soul session held in a fetish club in South London. Andy Weatherall played a few times playing only funk 45s and rocked it every time!

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                    Here's someone talking about the night back in the day (somewhere around the end of the 1990s):

                    "Tiny little blink-and-you-miss-it venue currently home to the fab Saturday Night Fish Fry night, The Fringe is a sweaty, grubby place - just the way we like it. The main dancefloor is downstairs and always rammed. Upstairs there's a smokey chillout room which comes complete with a bizzare S&M cage and plenty more fetish accessories. Look but don't touch is our advice".



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                      RastafariSoul Jazz Records

                      Soul Jazz Records new album Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83 charts the many links between reggae music and the Rastafarian religion.

                      Spanning nearly 30 years of revolutionary music and featuring the music of Count Ossie, Johnny Clarke, The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari, Ras Michael and The Sons of Negus, Bongo Herman, Roy Ashanti (The Congos), Earth & Stone, Mutabaruka and many more, this is an in-depth look at some of the most unique and righteous music ever made and comes complete with a 40+ page outsize booklet, containing exclusive photography and extensive historical and contextual sleevenotes.

                      The new religion of Rastafari emerged in Jamaica during a time of intense political and social change in the 1930s. The first stirrings of anti-colonialism and workers’ rights were in motion, while Marcus Garvey’s Back-to-Africa movement was beginning to wane. But the pivotal catalyst to the birth of the Rastafari faith was the crowning of a black king in Africa in 1930.

                      One of the earliest mentions of Ethiopia in Jamaican music can be found on mento singer Lord Lebby and the Jamaican Calpysonians’ 1955 recording ‘Etheopia’. In the song Noel Williams, aka Lord Lebby, discusses Ethiopianism, the political movement that calls for a return to Africa for black people.

                      The 1960s saw the emergence of the first Rastafarian music on record with Count Ossie’s Rastafarian drummers. The visit of Haile Selassie to Kingston in 1966 was like an electric current throughout Kingston’s music scene – many of who had become adherents to the Rastafari faith.  By the 1970s Rastafarianism become practically synonymous with reggae, as many roots reggae artists became known throughout the world, led by the success of Bob Marley and The Wailers.

                      At the source of the music of Rastafari is the figurehead master drummer and leader Count Ossie, who first bought the deeply spiritual nyabinghi and burro rhythms heard and played at sacred Rastafarian grounation (reasoning) sessions into popular Jamaican music through his many collaborations and performances with artists – from The Skatalites to The Folks Brothers - and producers – including Clement Dodd, Prince Buster and Harry Mudie.

                      At the start of the 1970s Count Ossie formed the Mystic Revelation of Rastafari with saxophonist Cedric Brooks, which immediately became the most significant group of the Rastafari faith, bringing together authentic rasta nyabinghi drumming together with spiritual and avant-garde jazz influences of Sun Ra, John Coltrane and Albert Ayler into a truly unique and groundbreaking sound.

                      As ‘roots reggae’ artists in the 1970s continued to spread the word of Jah (God) in their music, Rastafari reggae became the ultimate rebel sound throughout the world.

                      This album comes in three separate formats: Deluxe CD with slipcase and 40-page outsize booklet featuring stunning photography plus text, deluxe limited-edition heavyweight gatefold-vinyl edition + free download code (w/full sleeve notes etc) and as a worldwide digital release.

                      REVIEWS/FEATURES:

                      "This may be the most righteous compilation to come from the Soul Jazz stable to date, as they focus on links between the Rastafarian religion and reggae music." IRISH TIMES

                      "Soul Jazz's most recent in a line of high-quality compilations" PITCHFORK

                       "Ambitious but incredibly informative compendium from Soul Jazz Records" BLEEP

                      "Outstanding compilation from the masters, Soul Jazz"  HOT SALVATION

                      "Fascinating compilation of deep Rastafari themed music" DUB VENDOR 

                      Read full Pitchfork feature here

                      • Count Ossie & The Rasta Family – Africa We Want Fe Go
                      • Johnny Clarke – None Shall Escape The Judgement
                      • Laurel Aitken – Haile Selassie
                      • Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari – Tales of Mozambique
                      • Ras Michael – Booma Yeah
                      • Mutabaruka – Say
                      • Bongo Herman & Jah Lloyd – African Drums
                      • Ashanti Roy – Hail The Words Of Jah
                      • Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari – Sam's Intro
                      • Bongo Herman, Les and Bunny – Salaam
                      • Winston and Ansell – Zion I
                      • Techniques All Stars – Zion I Version
                      • Lord Lebby & The Jamaican Calypsonians – Ethiopia
                      • Count Ossie and Leslie Butler – Soul Drums
                      • The Heaven Singers – Rasta Dreadlocks
                      • Rod Taylor – His imperial Majesty
                      • QQ – Betta Must Come
                      • Earth and Stone – Jah Will Cut You Down
                      • Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari – Narration
                      • Ronald Downer & Count Ossie – A Ju Ju Wa
                      • 1. Count Ossie & The Rasta Family – Africa We Want Fe Go
                      • 2. Johnny Clarke – None Shall Escape The Judgement
                      • 3. Laurel Aitken – Haile Selassie
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                      Space FunkPOSTERSoul Jazz Records

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                        Soul Jazz Records Presents Fashion Records : Style & FashionA-Class Top Notch Hi Fi Sounds In Fine StyleSoul Jazz Records

                        Soul Jazz Records are proud to present this new collection of music from the great Fashion Records, one of the most important and iconic independent labels to come out of the UK, and which ran from 1980 for nearly 20 years.

                        In that time Fashion released hundreds of records that successfully reflected, and indeed set, the changing styles and perspectives of reggae music in the UK – from UK dancehall and lovers rock in the 1980s through to the mighty rise of jungle in the second half of the 1990s.

                        While nearly all other UK reggae labels focused on releasing Jamaican music – from the early days of Island and Trojan in the 1960s, through Island and Virgin in the 1970s, and Greensleeves that came up in the 1980s – Fashion’s focus was firmly on music produced in the UK. This unique British perspective shaped both lyrical content and musical fashion. And like all the great music labels – from Studio One to Blue Note – Fashion was able to create a significant roster of its own artists.

                        Amazingly for a small independent label, a number of Fashion artists achieved mainstream UK chart and crossover success – including Laurel & Hardy, Smiley Culture and General Levy. But although this success was welcomed, crossing over into the mainstream was never the main focus for the label owners Chris Lane and John McGillivray (who also runs the successful Dub Vendor record shop) whose starting point was always primarily focused on producing quality music first.

                        In the early 1980s, Fashion Records captured the rise of the emerging British dancehall scene in its ascendency. The large roster of first generation British-born artists and MCs on the label – including General Levy, Papa Face, Smiley Culture, Bionic Rhona, Asher Senator, Laurel & Hardy, Top Cat and many more – often gave a unique and sometimes humorous British lyrical perspective to Fashion releases, discussing everyday subjects, from police harassment to road safety!

                        Throughout much of the 1980s and into the 1990s Fashion continued to release an almost relentless array of UK dancehall releases as well as continuing with lovers rock, and the occasional dub releases. Then, in the mid-90s, with the dancehall and reggae releases still coming on strong, Fashion released a superb series of early jungle tracks linking Jamaican and British MCs and dancehall artists with young jungle mixers, re-mixers and producers. By this time dancehall artists General Levy and Cutty Ranks had become the staple vocal samples of literally hundreds of white label jungle records and Fashion took advantage of this, often getting young producers to work in exchange for sample clearances – don’t get mad, get even!

                        This album is a subjective and scatter-gun ride through some of the many unique and heavyweight tracks to come out of the Fashion stable that we love – some classics, some lesser-known, all 100% killer!

                        The album is released on heavyweight triple vinyl (+ download code), deluxe double CD with outsize booklet and slipcase, and digitally. The album comes with extensive sleevenotes featuring interviews with Fashion founders Chris Lane and John MacGillvary, as well as exclusive photography and original artwork and flyers.



                        • Papa Face featuring Red Man – Dance Pon De Corner
                        • Dee Sharp – Let's Dub It Up
                        • Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb (DJ SS Remix)
                        • General Levy – Mad Them
                        • Laurel & Hardy – You're Nicked
                        • Bunny General – Played By This Ya Sound
                        • General Levy & Hard 'n' Pure – Wikkeda!!
                        • Carlton Lewis – Small Talking
                        • Poison Chang – Shot Fe Bust (Marvellous Cain Remix)
                        • Dee Sharp – Rising To The Top
                        • Papa Face With Keith Douglas – DJ Jamboree
                        • General Levy – Heat
                        • Carlton Lewis – Sweet Soul Rocking
                        • Top Cat – Ruffest Gun Ark (DJ Rap Mix)
                        • Papa San – DJ Business
                        • Papa Face & Bionic Rhona – To The Bump
                        • Cutty Ranks – As You See It
                        • Janice Walker – You'll Never Need Somebody
                        • Asher Senator – Bubble With I
                        • 1. Papa Face featuring Red Man – Dance Pon De Corner
                        • 2. Dee Sharp – Let's Dub It Up
                        • 3. Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb (DJ SS Remix)
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                        !00% Dynamite first night at Electrowerkz!PosterSoul Jazz Records

                        This was the first night that our club moved to the new venue - there was a queue 500-long of people waiting to get in, Roots Manuva guested, Japanese TV crews, just 100 yards from our first venue (The Blue Angel) , Electrowerkz was the best venue going at the time - a massive old factory/warehouse building whose only other night was the gothic/industrial Slimelight which may well still be running today

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                          Bossa Nova and the Rise of Brazilian Music in the 1960sPosterSoul Jazz Records

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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
                            Black Man's Pride 2 (Studio One)Soul Jazz Records

                            This is the second installment of deep roots Rastafarian reggae at Studio One and features classic music from some of the most important figures in reggae music – Alton Ellis, The Heptones, Jackie Mittoo, The Gladiators – alongside a host of rarities and little-known recordings, such as a truly rare Mystic Revelation of Rastafari seven-inch single, Willie William’s first ever recording ‘Calling’ and Horace Andy’s righteous (and equally rare) masterpiece ‘Illiteracy.’

                            Black Man’s Pride 2 extends the legacy of Studio One’s ground-breaking path in roots reggae which began at the end of the 1960s and continued throughout the 1970s. The album tells the story of how the rise of Studio One Records and the Rastafari movement were interconnected, through the adoption of the Rastafari faith by key reggae artists – everyone from the Skatalites and Wailers in the 1960s, major singers such as Alton Ellis and Horace Andy at the end of the decade, through to major roots artists such as The Gladiators in the 1970s – and how Clement Dodd consistently recorded this heavyweight roots music throughout Studio One’s history.

                            The extensive sleeve-notes to this album also discuss the links between Rastafari and Studio One in time and place, noting how both the religion and Clement Dodd’s musical empire had their roots in the intense period of pre-independence Jamaica in Kingston, expanded in the 1960s following the visit of Haile Selassie in 1966, and how roots music then came to dominate reggae music in the early 1970s. Also discussed is how the outsider stance of both reggae music and the Rastafari movement relate back many hundreds of years to the original rebel stance of the Maroons, escaped slaves who set up self-sufficient enclaves in the hills of the Jamaican countryside.

                            There is also a track-by-track history by the noted Studio One writer Rob Chapman (Never Grow Old). This new album comes as heavyweight gatefold double vinyl (+ download code), deluxe CD and digital album.

                            REVIEWS of Black Man's Pride:

                            "Soul Jazz’s albums are different: not only have they encouraged a new, younger audience, parallel to the one that enjoys rare funk and spiritual jazz, to appreciate this music, their records are coherent. They’re not just a heap of tunes that happen to be sharing a black vinyl apartment. They’re themed and meld musically. They have a reason to exist.
                            In this instance, that reason is an exploration of 70s vocal roots reggae with a theme of black pride and dignity." Record Collector

                            • Horace Andy – Illiteracy
                            • The Heptones – Be A Man
                            • The Manchesters – Natty Gone
                            • The Gladiators – Down Town Rebel
                            • Willie Williams – Calling
                            • Roland Alphonso & Brentford All Stars – Sir D Special
                            • Keith Wilson – God I God I Say
                            • Alton Ellis – Almost Anything
                            • Bobby Kalphat & The New Establishment – Adis A Wa Wa
                            • Peter Broggs – Sing A New Song
                            • Mystic Revelations Of Rastafari – Let Freedom Reign
                            • Larry & Alvin – Free I Lord
                            • Ernest Wilson & The Sound Dimension – Freedom Fighter
                            • Jackie Mittoo – Happy People
                            • Prince Lincoln – Daughters Of Zion
                            • High Charles – Zion
                            • Winston Jarrett – Love Jah Jah
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                            Soul Jazz Records 'Classic' NAVY BLUET-ShirtSoul Jazz Records

                            NEW COLOUR!

                            It's a classic! "Soul Jazz Records" T-shirt - White on Navy Blue!

                              Sounds Of The Universe Tote BagsSounds Of The Universe / Soul Jazz Records

                              You'll never need a plastic bag again or any bag for that matter!!!  So many of our lovely customers wanted to have a more permanent Sounds Of The Universe bag and here it is!!Will fit your 12" vinyl purchases, CD's, vegetables, baby, a stranded kitten and more....

                                Tuff ScoutOut On The Floor DubTuff Scout

                                Ultra heavyweight dub album from Tuff Scout, which is a salute to London reggae shops both past and present. 10 tracks of floor shaking deepness mixed by the mighty two of north London, Gil Gang & Demus . To complete the real deal Steve Barrow provides excellent sleeve notes to set the scene for your listening pleasure. Play loud for the neighbours, invite them over!

                                Free Stickers inside..Highly Recommended!

                                • – Out On The Floor Killer
                                • – Daddy Kool's Mood
                                • – A Regal Dub
                                • – Supertone Salute
                                • – A Peoples Sound
                                • – Hawkeye's Heartical Version
                                • – A Body Music Special
                                • – Rub A Dub Vendor
                                • – Greensleeves Rides Again
                                • – Peckings Vibration
                                • LP£16.00
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                                Willie WilliamsArmagideon Time (Discomix Vocal / Version)Soul Jazz Records

                                MASSIVE STUDIO ONE ANTHEM ALERT!!!

                                Willie Williams' roots rock reggae classic Armagideon Time – the rare 12" extended Discomix version split into two sublime heavyweight slices and cut super-loud on a 12" single.

                                Produced by Studio One supremo Coxsone Dodd this is a huge Reggae anthem on the classic 'Real Rock' rhythm, famously covered by The Clash and sampled by KRS One, The Fugees and many more.

                                A dancefloor devastating Reggae party bomb!

                                • Willie Williams – Armagideon Time (Discomix Vocal)
                                • Willie Williams – Armagideon Time (Discomix Version)
                                Tuff ScoutInna London DubTuff Scout

                                Straight outta Camden Town..new heavyweight dub album from the Tuff Scout label, one of the U.K's forward thinking reggae labels. 10 tracks of exclusive dubs only available on this release. PLAY LOUD..LIMITED PRESS

                                • – Seven Sisters Curfew
                                • – Up Mill Lane
                                • – Tribute To The Grove
                                • – The Marshall Of Inverness St
                                • – A W1 Serenade
                                • – Archway Rub A Dub
                                • – Slingshot In Sheppard Bush
                                • – Southhall Stepper
                                • New LP £15.00
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                                Leroy Sibbles / Norma FrazierExpress Yourself / RespectSoul Jazz Records

                                It's the bomb! Two massive Studio One cuts back to back.

                                • Leroy Sibbles – Express Yourself
                                • Norma Fraser – Respect
                                Sound DimensionMojo Rocksteady BeatSoul Jazz Records
                                BACK IN PRINT!!!!!!! 2xLP now with bonus download code!
                                Compilation of classic recordings from the heaviest group in the history of reggae!
                                 
                                 Sound Dimension have recorded some of the most important songs in reggae music; songs such as 'Real Rock,' 'Drum Song,' 'Heavy Rock,' 'Rockfort Rock,' 'In Cold Blood' -- all classic songs that have become the 'foundation' of reggae music, endlessly versioned and re-versioned by Jamaican artists since the time they were first recorded to the present day.
                                 
                                 As the in-house band at Studio One in the late 1960s, Sound Dimension played alongside everyone from The Heptones, Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe, Marcia Griffiths and more.
                                 
                                Similar to their U.S. counterparts, The Funk Brothers at Motown and Booker T. and The MGs at Stax, Sound Dimension recorded on a daily basis incredibly catchy and funky tunes and matched by a seamless musicality.
                                 
                                 Featuring musicians of the calibre of Ernest Ranglin, Jackie Mittoo, Eric Frater, Leroy Sibbles, Don Drummond Jr., Deadley Headley and more; Sound Dimension existed from around 1967-70 and all the recordings featured here were originally released during this period.

                                REVIEWS:

                                "A juicy compilation that does justice to the forgotten of the history of reggae." LES INROCKS

                                "Since copyright laws were virtually non-existent in Jamaica for most of the 20th century, it is common to hear innumerable mutations of any given riddim track. Discerning the creators of each song can be a daunting task. From 1967 to ’70, however, the Sound Dimension was the house band at Studio One, creating memorable cuts for the lyrical pantheon of Jamaica to sing and toast over. This 18-song collection of instrumentals shows how pivotal these men were in the sonic architecture of reggae." XLR8R

                                "Legendary Studio One band Sound Dimension find themselves on the receiving end of another celebrative retrospective courtesy of the ever-reliable Soul Jazz, bringing together classic recordings of 'Mojo Rocksteady', 'Real Rock', 'Heavy Rock'Rockfort Rock', 'Jamaica Underground' and more. The breadth of this band's influence can be heard throughout the annals of reggae, with these timelessly funky cuts revisited and re-versioned by anyone and everyone since being committed to tape in the '60s. Another great document from Soul Jazz" BOOMKAT

                                 

                                • – Less Problem
                                • – Rockfort Rock
                                • – Funky
                                • – Ten To Ten
                                • – Jamaica Underground
                                • – Real Rock
                                • – Reggae Time
                                • – In Cold Blood
                                • – Heavy Rock
                                • – Great Mu Ga Ru Ga
                                • – Park View
                                • – Ironside
                                • – Mojo Rocksteady
                                • – Scorcia
                                • – Drum Song
                                • – Summertime
                                • – Straight Flush
                                • – Jamaica Bag
                                Jackie MittooOboe / Wall StreetSoul Jazz Records

                                BACK IN STOCK!!

                                MONSTER STUDIO ONE TUNE FIRST TIME EVER ON A SINGLE !

                                Two highly sought after tracks from Jackie Mitoo's legendary 'Showcase' album, originally released on Studio One in 1980

                                Hypnotic, blissed out funky reggae from Jamaica's finest - Bagga Walker on bass, Leroy 'Horsemouth' Wallace on drums, Ernest Ranglin on guitar and, of course, the inimitable Jackie Mittoo on keyvoards

                                Cut super loud on a 12" single, its literally impossible to find a copy of this album, and if you did it would set you back hundreds of £'s

                                Housed in a heavyweight card Studio One sleeve these won't be around for long ! Very Limited edition 1000 copies worldwide 12” pressing

                                • Jackie Mittoo – Oboe
                                • Jackie Mittoo – Wall Street
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