Soulful digital music from Jammys unreleased tapes. Although this one sounds like its got a 'real' drum kit on it and evokes both Dennis Brown and the Radics.More info
More unreleased Jammy with a very nice dub on the flipside of this one.More info
Classic Lp that now been made available again on vinyl. One of the strongest vocal harmony albums from the period. Total classic. 180 gram vinyl. Remastered.More info
Tarus Riley on a crucial rhythm. Comes with a killer dub on the flipside. A monster of a tune worth buying for the dub alone. Tarus Rileys vocal side is potent stuff as well.More info
Exco Levi with reflections on 'Yardman' on the side. Mr Williams on the flipside with 'Jah Armour' on the flipsideMore info
Iba Mahr delivers a full throttle message infused rocket of a tune. Addis Pablo on the flipside. Total killer.More info
Gappy Ranks on Producer Frenchies hot new rhythm. Still the best modern reggae label in europe by a mile Maximum Sound delivers again with a thoughtful argument from Gappy Ranks. Essential music. Ras Demo with his own 'style and pattern' on the flipside.More info
Compelling roots from Chezidek tougher beat than the original release. Comes with hand stamped label styleee. The version side is excellent, Russ D gives an old idea a new twist. Lovely.More info
For a long time Uk Steppers lacked real quality JA vocalists. This is great in its own way. A perfect hybrid of the 4 on the floor euro beat mixed with high quality Jamaican artist Luciano. The real thing.More info
Burru Banton could sing the telephone directory and make it sound essential.
Russ D and Frenchie conjure up a tuff steppers beat that shifts. Slightly slower than these things generally are and all the better for that. Hot stuff on the flipside as well.
The Mad Lads in serious Motown mode on the A side with 'So Afraid' The flipside is really good as well with The Techniques handling 'The Reason Why'.More info
The Shades in lush romantic mode. A delight from start to finish.More info