Reggae

  • The Invaders: After the StormThe InvadersAfter the Storm
    7"

    These two songs were released on a frighteningly rare single in JA on the Invader label, while "After a Storm" was also released as a pre-release blank in the UK. The Invaders sublime and soulful harmonizing wins again, these tunes are as catchy as ever forty plus years later.

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  • The Invaders : You touch my soulThe Invaders You touch my soul
    7"

    Amazing!!!!

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  • Don 'Jah' Carlos: Prepare Jah ManDon 'Jah' CarlosPrepare Jah Man
    7"

    first time on 45 for the other early Don Carlos thriller killer from the Wackie's/Joe Morgan/Soul Syndicate axis. Previously only released on the "Reckless Roots Rockers" compilation LP.

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  • The Invaders: Heaven and EarthThe InvadersHeaven and Earth
    7"
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  • Michael Rose: World CrisisMichael RoseWorld Crisis
    10"

    What really needs to be said about this record? Rearing its head from the endless forgotten void of reggae music history, 30+ years in hiding, here it is. Previously unreleased & unheard full-on mystical Black Ark first version of "Love Crisis" (here aka "World Crisis"), sung by Michael Rose, pre-Black Uhuru. Extended vocal and full psychedelic dub. Utterly killer, enjoy.

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  • Robert Marley : One More Cup of CoffeeRobert Marley One More Cup of Coffee
    7"

    Early Bob produced by Lesley Kong

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  • The Maytals: I'm a JamaicanThe MaytalsI'm a Jamaican
    7"
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  • Sir Harry: Power HouseSir HarryPower House
    7"

    Tuff bongo-driven instrumental cut to The Invaders 'You Touch My Soul' produced by Sir Collins and comes with a rocking flipside. Pure niceness!!

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  • Albert Malawi : Children of the Emperor (Dub plate Mix)Albert Malawi Children of the Emperor (Dub plate Mix)
    7"

    Albert Malawi's 'Children of the Emperor' has a big reputation amongst roots devotees. DKR take it to the next level with an alternate mix. Nice.

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  • Brigadier Jerry : Pirate ColumbusBrigadier Jerry Pirate Columbus
    7"

    The Brigadier tells it like it is. Killer deep mix with Little Roys original vocals wafting in.

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  • Brigadier Jerry: Jah Jah ChildrenBrigadier JerryJah Jah Children
    7"

    Jah Jerry the 12 Tribes DJ of preference over Albert Malwi's 'Children of the Emperor'. Deep stuff.

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  • Mojo Blue : Fight the RassesMojo Blue Fight the Rasses
    7"

    Mojo Blue who also did a tune for Leonard 'Santic' Chin as Jah Mojo on the 'Golden Daffodils' rhythm that was cut by Fulk Reid. Very rare. The flip side in particular is good.

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  • Carltons : Better DaysCarltons Better Days
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    A killer double sider, the A-side is the Carltons aka Carlton Manning aka Carlton & The Shoes, with one of his all time best roots tunes, sublime harmonies. The B-side is the raw rhythm cut of the Upsetters' "Tight Spot", without the Dave Barker chatting and the second organ overdub. A tough early '70s rhythm later re-used by Wackies to great effect.

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  • Trevor Byfield : Jah guideTrevor Byfield Jah guide
    7"
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  • The Invaders : Conquering LionThe Invaders Conquering Lion
    7"

    Much sought after tune Produced by Prince Jazzbo. Nice melodica cut on the flipside.

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  • The Mighty Abidjans : UntamedThe Mighty Abidjans Untamed
    7"

    Classic roots masterpiece.

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  • The Mighty Abidjans: Guiding LightThe Mighty AbidjansGuiding Light
    7"

    The second later cut of 'Guiding Light' recorded around the late 70s. Militant drumming and percussion wrapped around the Mighty Abijans vocals. 'Guiding light guide us home'.

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  • David Isaacs: I'd rather be lonelyDavid IsaacsI'd rather be lonely
    7"

    David Isaacs on a melodic tip. Produced by Ronnie Nasrallah and comes with the excellent 'See that man' on the flipside

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  • The Maytals : Bam BamThe Maytals Bam Bam
    7"

    Double headed monster of a 45! The Maytals on the A side with Bam Bam and Lord Comic on the flipside with Ska-ing West. Hits the spot.

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  • Byron Lee : FrankensteinByron Lee Frankenstein
    7"

    Absolute gem from Byron Lee. Frankenstein on the a side has long been un-available as a 45. Lovely vibe on the flipside with Byron cranking up the 'Musical Pressure'

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