Late period Studio One lovers. Nice version but check the sound clips as they original stampers.More info
The group that put all other Ska groups in the shade. Hypnotic and relentless.
Ball Of Fire on the A side. Nomie & Paulette with 'Everytime on the flipside.
Shufflin pre ska sounds from The Aces on the A side with 'Can the poor survive'. Early LLoyd Charmers on the flipside with 'Lonely Boy' credited to 'The Charmers and Herman and his City Slickers'. JA original stampers so please check the sound clips for quality before you buy.More info
Jackie Mittoo sings on this unusual 45 from the keyboard maestro. The b side has more of the same 'Reggae Magic' without the vocals. JA stampers o check the sound clips before you buy.More info
Classic Horace Andy at Studio One. Unknown dj of the flipside. Quite nice. Check the sound clips for quality before you buy as JA stampers.More info
Early Delroy Wilson Studio One on the a side. Although its credited to being a version on the flipside has an unrelated instrumental just to keep us all on our toes. Check the sound clips before you buy as original JA stampers.More info
A youthful Heptones at their irresistible best. Classic stuff with 'Party Time' on the A side and version by the Soul Vendors on the flipside.More info
Excellent funky 45 with Jackie Mittoo & The Soul Brothers' on the A side with 'Got My Bogaloo' and The Ethiopians 'I don't know what to do' on the flipside. Check the sound clips before you buy as they are JA stampers.More info
Fantastic soaring vocals drenched in reverb. Killer rhythm. Has the correct version on the flipside. Sumptuous horn. Total classic but check the sound clips as original JA stampers.More info
The Sound Dimension with an RnB instrumental The Struggler on the A side and Mr Fixit by Winston Francis on the flipside. Check the sound clips as original JA stampers.More info
Thundering instrumental workout by The Skatalites on the A side. Flipside is Street Doctor by Prince Francis. Original JA stamper so check the soundclipsMore info
Gorgeous vocal from Johnny Osbourne vocal of the Slim Smith original although its owes as much to Smokey Robinson as anyone. Totally uplifing. Comes with the version of the same on the flipside. You need this. Excellent.More info
Storming big band ska from Granville Williams with 'Wailin'. 'Old McDonald' is actually excellent as well.More info
Rousing Maytals call and response on the A side with 'My Daily Food' and "One Look' on the flipside. Classic Maytals.More info
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.More info
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.
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.More info
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.More info
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.More info
Errol 'Flabba' Holt takes a rest from the bass guitar and takes the vocal duties on this Mike Brooks production.More info