Lovely double header with The Three Tops on the A side and The Supertones on the flipside. Check the sound clip for quality as this 45 was pressed in JA.More info
Wailing Souls as The Classics at their irresistible best. Dennis Alcapone on the flipside. Check the sound clip for the quality and see if you are happy before you buy.More info
The original first cut of 'I'm a freeman' Powerful and soulful and comes with a lovely cut called 'Let Them Stay' by Delroy Williams. Anyone who fancies themselves as a drummer should check the kick drum on the 'Let Them Stay' Its an education in itself. Check the sound files before you buy its a JA press.More info
Full Up rhythm get worked over by Rapper Robert and Jim Brown. Most likely done in the late 70s or early 80s. Really not bad at all. Nice version piece on the flipside. Its fro JA so check the quality before you buy.More info
Life would not be complete without this record. A joy from the moment it begins until it ends. Fantastic.More info
Produced by Roy Cousins in the early 80s. Winston 'Flames' Jarrett recorded the 'Wise Man' album with Roy Cousins and both these versions are extended mixes of tracks taken from the album. Long unavailable and much sought after.More info
4 cuts of the same rhythm. Price Far i and version on the A side. Junior Reid and version on the flipside. One of Prince Far I's last recordings with poignant lyrics considering the way he died. 'Zacky the high priest' was also known as 'Survival'. Junior Reids later cut 'Oh Happy day' comes with a stinging version.More info
A re-cut of the Studio One song that was called 'Contemplating Mind' recorded by Barrington Spence for Mr Dodd. He re-cut this version for Phil Pratt in the early 70s. Phil Pratt's arrangement is less reliant on the keyboards of Jackie Mittoo and comes with a slower rhythm. The b side is 'Where your footsteps led'. Both sides are excellent soulful early 70s reggae.More info
An obscure Black Ark rarity that was produced by Phil Pratt at the Black Ark.More info
An excellent Delroy Wilson cover of the Marvin Gaye song 'Baby don't you do it'. Produced by Phil Pratt and originally released on the Sun Shot label. A difficult tune to find these days, never been re-pressed until now. Delroy Wilson sings over an incessant Phil Pratt rhythm with Bobby Kalphat keyboards to the front of the mix. Nice rhythmic flipside. An instrumental rather than a dub. Comes in a handmade Pressure Sounds stamped sleeve. A winner.More info
Two gorgeous early 70s vocal harmony tracks from The Tidals. Back to back with no dub version. Finely crafted vocals by a group who were very sparsely recorded. Producer Phil Pratt recorded their first ever record 'Rebel Nyah' and then recorded these 2 gems around 1973. Comes in a handmade Pressure Sounds stamped sleeve.More info
An excellent compilation of Horace Andy material from the early 70s. Produced by Phil Pratt and only ever previously released in Jamaica. 16 tracks on the CD and 14 on the single vinyl. Comes with a free postcard.More info
Hand printed silk screen version of the Horace Andy Get Wise album. Just 103 printed. Numbered by hand and lovingly printed on recycled card. Comes with a free litho printed sleeve so you get the sleevenotes.More info
Killer ska tune that leaps out of the speakers and flys around the room. Catch it while its available. Busty Brown on the flipside with 'Pick Up The Pieces.More info
Killer Ska 7 that has been unavailable for too long. You need it.More info
Superb Ronnie Nasralla produced ska. Top draw music and well done to Dub Store for getting this available again.More info
New Rocksteady t.shirt 2 colour print on a plain white American Apparel t shirt, we now have 2 kids sizes available in this t.shirt.More info
A Redman produced 45 from 'Little John' that ticks all the boxs for a tune from that time. The b side is really quite nice as well.More info
Early 70s rarity produced by Alan 'Skilly' Cole the Jamaican soccer player once of Santos FC and mate of the Wailers. Don Hudson was a 12 tribes bredren.
One of the many spiritual and cultural classic lyrics that Bunny Wailer has written, and this is an exclusive single take.
The lyrics - written soon after he was arrested due to the possession of Marijuana, can be heard as “Fight Against Conviction” on one of the most important roots reggae album to date, Blackheart Man, although this recording is an early take released in 1974 by the Wailers.