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  • Granville Williams & His Orchestra: WailinGranville Williams & His OrchestraWailin
    7"

    Storming big band ska from Granville Williams with 'Wailin'. 'Old McDonald' is actually excellent as well.

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  • The Maytals: My Daily FoodThe MaytalsMy Daily Food
    7"

    Rousing Maytals call and response on the A side with 'My Daily Food' and "One Look' on the flipside. Classic Maytals.

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  • Aubley Williams & His Orchestra : String of PearlsAubley Williams & His Orchestra String of Pearls
    7"

    Two slices of Jamaican big band jazz. Glen Millers 'String of Pearls' on the A side. The Anton Karas composition on the flipside from the movie 'The Third Man'. Great stuff.

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  • Eddie Perkins & Patsy: Take These Chain From My HeartEddie Perkins & PatsyTake These Chain From My Heart
    7"

    On the A side 'Take these chains from my heart' has more than a nod to the Hank Williams classic of the same name. Has a lovely harmonica half way through.
    'I Am Blue' on the flipside is pretty good.

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  • Freddie McGregor: Bobby BabylonFreddie McGregorBobby Babylon
    LP

    Freddie McGregors classic Studio One set. Re-pressed in Jamaica at Studio One with the original stampers. Sleeve is also a re-print from the original so it has the characteristics of A Jamaican sleeve. Its new but looks slightly worn in places.

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  • The Cables: What kind of worldThe CablesWhat kind of world
    LP

    The Cables led by Keble Drummond at their Studio One best. Great album. Recently repressed in Jamaica by Studio one. The sleeves have also been made in Jamaican so has some slight wear evident around the edges of the sleeve. Although it does say on the back sleeve that it was made in the UK!! Check the sound clips for sound quality before you buy. Overall its pretty good in terms of sound.

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  • The Termites : Do The RocksteadyThe Termites Do The Rocksteady
    LP

    Wentworth Vernal and Lloyd Parks formed the Termites in the mid 60s and Lloyd Parks went on become one of Jamaica's premier bass players. He got his start at Studio One singing. 'Do The Rocksteady' has been re-pressed at different times over the last 4o years or so. Check the sound clips before you buy. Sleeves are printed in Jamaica so have some slight wear around the edges.

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  • Horace Andy: Jah A Love YouHorace AndyJah A Love You
    7"

    Horace Andy at Studio One although it to be honest it sounds like someone else. Check the sound clips as original stampers from JA

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  • Leroy Sibbles/John Holt & The Soul Gang : Lets Build Our DreamsLeroy Sibbles/John Holt & The Soul Gang Lets Build Our Dreams
    7"

    Vocally strong 45 with Leroy Sibbles and John Holt sharing lead vocals with the Soul Gang helping them out. Superb tune. B side has a very nice sparse dub to L Lara's 'My Man Version'

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  • Michigan & Smiley: Nice Up The DanceMichigan & SmileyNice Up The Dance
    7"

    Classic 80s Michigan and Smiley. Comes with correct version on the flipside although the credit is incorrect. Original JA stampers so check the soundclips before you buy.

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  • Don Drummon and The Skatalites : CleopatraDon Drummon and The Skatalites Cleopatra
    7"

    One of Don Drummonds big compositions in terms of melody and arrangement. To have seen the Skatalites at this period must have been breathtaking. The worst thing about this record is that its not long enough. Classic. 'I mean It' by Roy and Tiny on the flipside. Original stampers o check the sound clip.

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  • Errol Holt : Praise JahErrol Holt Praise Jah
    7"

    Errol 'Flabba' Holt takes a rest from the bass guitar and takes the vocal duties on this Mike Brooks production.

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  • Beverleys All Stars : Smoke ScreenBeverleys All Stars Smoke Screen
    7"

    Pulsating instrumental from the Beverleys All Stars on the A side. Sly Mongoose on the flip side by Baba Brooks is as good or better.

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  • Laural Aitken : Low Down Dirty GirlLaural Aitken Low Down Dirty Girl
    7"

    Charming treasure Isle obscurity from Laurel Aitken on the A side and 'Pink Lane Shuffle' by the Duke Reid Allstars on the flipside.

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  • Alton Ellis : Sunday comingAlton Ellis Sunday coming
    7"

    One of Jamaica's greatest vocalists at their peak on this slice of Jamaican blue collar observation. Totally briliant song. Comes with the correct version on the flipside. Even has a date of 1970 on the label!! JA stampers so check the sound clips before buying.

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  • Jackie Mittoo: Gold mineJackie MittooGold mine
    7"

    A funky little keyboard shuffle on the A side from Jackie Mittoo with 'Gold mine'. 'Oh Me Oh My' on the flipside sounds like a kind of Studio One meets Dean Martin. Aretha Franklin covered this song but i don't think she wrote it. Original Jamaican Stampers so please have a listen to the sound clips before you buy.

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  • Lone Ranger : Tribute To Bob MarleyLone Ranger Tribute To Bob Marley
    7"

    Lone Ranger on an 1980s tips with a lyrical tribute to the Tuff Gong with 'Tribute to Bob Marley'. Version of the same tune on the flipside. JA stampers so check the sound clips before buying.

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  • The Skatalites: Jack RubyThe SkatalitesJack Ruby
    7"

    The Skatalites with one of their most popular ska tunes 'Jack Ruby' got a great solo midway through. Blistering. A totally unrelated rhythm on the flipside has Prince Guthrie waxing lyrical. Original JA stampers so check the sound clips before you buy.

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  • Jackie Opel : Your Too BadJackie Opel Your Too Bad
    7"

    Jackie Opel on both sides with uptempo ska tinged songs. 'Your too bad' plays ok the other side is not great. Please check the sound clips before you buy as these records are from Jamaican stampers.

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  • Mike Brooks : Jah never fail iMike Brooks Jah never fail i
    7"

    Soulful roots by Mike Brooks on 'Jah Never fail i. Nice version on the flipside.

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