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White print on a Dark Navy Blue T. shirt. The Ts are Earth Positive continental range. Very nice soft cotton. In Small, Medium, Large and XL sizes.
I Remember Slim Smith t.shirt on a Earth Positive Continental t.shirt. Light Grey shirt with a Black print. A nice way to remember one Jamaica's greatest vocalists.More info
Slim Smith A5 size Card printed on a quality card in 2 colours Red and Black. Just 70 printed. Looks stunning in a frame. All lovingly silk screen printed by hand.More info
Slim Smith A5 size Card printed on a quality card in 2 colours Blue and Black. Just 70 printed. Looks stunning in a frame. All lovingly silk screen printed by hand.More info
In 1971, despite his run of hits, Bunny Lee was still having to support himself with freelance producing at Dynamic Sounds, but by 1974 he was fully independent and poised to dominate Jamaican music in the mid 70’s. The tracks on this compilation capture that moment of transition, when the smaller ghetto producers were taking over from the older musical establishment.
Listening to Bunny’s unreleased master tapes, what bursts out of the speakers is the energy and excitement of the whole production process, from the studio chatter of the musicians to the sonic experiments at the mixing desk. These pioneering steps in deejaying and dub were the launch pad for remix culture and the core production techniques of today, a creative explosion that altered the shape of our popular culture.
In the words of I Roy, “Striker Lee, him have the key!
Young King Tubby image from the 1960s. On a grey Fruit of the Loom soft spun t.shirt. Comes in all sizes. CrispMore info
Navy Blue Many Decks design on a Gildan sweatshirt. 50-50 Poly Cotton garment comes in four sizes. Small, Medium, large and Xl. Looks muy bien!!More info
Late Night Blues Sweatshirt on a Anvil french Terry Navy Blue garment with white print. 50-50 poly cotton fabric mixture. Looks dread!! Comes in a Small, Medium, Large, and XL sizes.More info
One of the most evocative of rocksteady tunes finally gets a release with the correct rhythm piece on the flipside. Top notch songwriting from Phil Pratt. Melancholy deep and understated. The raw rhythm on the flipside has never been released before.More info
Horns re-cut of the classic 'Safe Travel' rhythm, led by the legendary Vin Gordon on trombone. Diggory Kenrick delivers the flute answer to Vin's trombone questions. Soulful sparse and tight. On the 'DigVin' label as a homage to the Johnny Moore, Tommy McCook 'JonTom' label.More info
Killer Owen Gray piece to Johnnie Clarks - None shall escape the Judgment, titled 'Time for love'. However the real action is on the horns cut on the flipside. Overlooked masterpiece from Bobby Ellis and Val Bennett.More info