The second studio album from Otis Redding. Now reissued on a 180 gram vinyl.More info
Late period Black Ark from the masterMore info
Calvin Bubbles Cameron a member Count Ossie Mystical Revelation of Rastafari and The Light Of Saba groups. Raw andMore info
Jah Lloyd aka Pat Francis gets to 'Mash it Up' on a funky sounds coming from 'Studio four' laid back patter from The Black Ark. Comes with the correct rhythm on the flipside.More info
Very much an early 70s rudeboy feel to the little known Orlando Kirkland piece with what sounds like Perry doing the intro. Rock Away on the flipside which is 'Real cool like i say'More info
'Sit back relax and listen to what i've got' vocal dexterity from Count Sticky who gets out on the verbal high wire with this obscure gem. Comes with Soul Bounce on the flipside.More info
A couple of alternate cuts of Inna Iwah with a bit of a looser vibe than the more well known and polished cut. Marley joins Perry on vocals with interjections from Dave Barker. 'Dont be no fool'.More info
One of the greatest of the vocalists that Perry employed gets on the next cut of Dave Barkers 'What a confusion'. Clear and melodic Junior Byles cut has remained un-released until this release. Comes with an obscure alternate cut of 'Shock of the Mighty' on the flipside.More info
The ever green Temp rhythm versioned by a variety of vocalists with some top dubs included.More info
Chef, singer, record producer, owner of 10 record labels and father of 17 children, Phil Pratt is one of the more unusual and elusive characters in Jamaican music. Responsible for some crucial rocksteady sides in the ‘60s, Phil went on to produce some of the best roots music to come out of Jamaica, including huge hits like Artibella and My Heart Is Gone. But since relocating from Kingston, his focus has mostly been on cooking, and his headquarters has been the Scandal restaurant in West London, where his signature dishes are Oxtail Stew and Lobster Curry.
On the menu with 'Dub in Blood' we have some top draw versions mixed at Channel One. Sleevenotes are from Diggory Kenrick.
An entended mix of the ‘Jah Love I’ song written by Freddie McKay and voiced by David Isaacs.More info