An overlooked roots gem from Yabby You. A side is taken from the Prophecy album while the flipside is an unreleased mix of the same tune. Recorded at Channel One studio in 1981. Top draw roots comes in a National Bird sleeve.More info
A rocking take on Yabby’s ‘Jah Jah Way’ rhythm which itself was re-worked by Yabby and Scientist into the ‘Stop Upression now’ dub. This uptempo stepper gets re-worked by Diggory Kenricks smooth soulful flute.More info
An expanded version of Yabby You's classic dub album Beware Dub. The 10 original tracks plus 6 bonus tracks. Including 2 previously un-released mixes of classic Yabby You songs. The vinyl should be available in a few weeks time. The CD and vinyl both have the same tracklisting. Enjoy.More info
Beautiful re-cycled Salvage Sweatshirt. Salvaged from Organic cotton clothing mixed with 40% re-cycled polyester. Comes in Charcoal Gray colour with a cream print in 5 sizes. Made by Continental clothing and silk screen printed by hand in the UK.More info
Denim Blue high quality t.shirt for Laid back people (and Rabbits) every where.
Cream print on a Denim Blue T. shirt. The Ts are Earth Positive continental range. Very soft cotton. In Small, Medium, Large and XL sizes.
In Fine Style: The Dancehall Art Of Wilfred Limonious by Christopher Bateman & Al Fingers (One Love Books) Book. Well worth checking this out as its been lovingly put together and a superb subject to explore. We love it.More info
An understated Lee Perry production featuring a young Junior Delgado as the lead vocalist of Time Unlimited. Delgado worked with Perry on a lot of material and this lilting rhythm frames a laid back delivery. Nice.More info
The Flames started life as a backing unit for Alton Ellis but recorded under a variety of names The Crashers, The Hurricanes, The Invaders. Winston Jarrett was usually in the mix as the one constant member. Difficult to say who takes the lead vocalist is on this Nyabingi infused number. Most likely its Danny Clarke.More info