Singles

  • Barry Brown : Stone of the arrivalBarry Brown Stone of the arrival
    7"

    Twisting intriguing 45 from Barry Brown.

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  • Midnight Riders : Me a no gunmanMidnight Riders Me a no gunman
    7"
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  • King Kong : Come DownKing Kong Come Down
    7"
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  • Keithus I: Red HotKeithus IRed Hot
    7"
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  • Forces : Thats not rightForces Thats not right
    7"
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  • Frankie Walcott & Captain Barky: Money gone down the drainFrankie Walcott & Captain BarkyMoney gone down the drain
    7"

    Sparky vocal interplay between Frankie and the Captain. Top draw dancehall.

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  • U U Madoo & Captain Barkey : Mix UpU U Madoo & Captain Barkey Mix Up
    7"

    Dancehall fun sound boy style with Madoo & Captain Barkey

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  • Bunny Lee & Friends: 4 track dub plate 10Bunny Lee & Friends4 track dub plate 10
    10"

    4 killer dub plates from Striker Lee. Not on the vinyl 'Next Cut' album. All hot and heavy and previously un-released versions. The first 50 come in a hand made recycled card sleeve made from the left over 'Full Up' sleeves. Top draw.

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  • Ernie Smith : Tell Me WhyErnie Smith Tell Me Why
    7"

    Clear slick production on the A side as Ernie Smith asks 'Tell Me Why' backed by the kind of rocksteady Mr Lynn Tait. The Flipside again features Lynn Tait with Mr Dooby. Nice rocksteady from Merritone. Lovely pressing from Dub Store.

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  • Lynn Tait and the Jets : The UntouchablesLynn Tait and the Jets The Untouchables
    7"

    Great stuff really cool rocksteady from Lynn tait!

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  • The Mighty Abidjans: Don't Change the SystemThe Mighty AbidjansDon't Change the System
    7"

    Second cut on the rhythm first used for "Untamed", much much of a straight mix employed here, with a pure drum & bass dub version

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  • The Fashioneers : Give a helping handThe Fashioneers Give a helping hand
    7"

    Quality roots.

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  • Elijah : Selassi hiElijah Selassi hi
    7"

    The mysterious Elijah cut this mellow and heartfelt 2-part single for Sir Collins, then apparently disappeared from the recording scene. But the tune made quite a mark in New York, where it was released on the very rare Bronx-based WARICKA label, enough to have been covered a few years later by KC White (we also reissued his cut, still available, see here!) The tune is also remembered fondly as a New York sound system favorite in the 1970s by those active back then. It was also released on the Ackee label in the UK, memorable roots reggae for sure.

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  • The Invaders: Story of LoveThe InvadersStory of Love
    7"

    Another Invaders 45, "Story of Love" backed with its deejay version, "Holy Mountain." Another tune only released on a blank label originally, and thus the identity of the artists has long been speculated, but the mastertape revealed the mysterious Invaders again! "Story of Love" is an excellent early '70s tune, with great harmonies and organ, the flipside "Holy Mountain" being a deejay version on the same rhythm, with the vocalist chatting thanks and praises in Amharic, roots indeed.

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  • Delroy Wilson : Give me your loveDelroy Wilson Give me your love
    7"

    The mighty Delroy Wilson, one of Jamaica's biggest artists. "Give Me Your Love" was released on a Delroy LP again on the WARICKA label, which was mostly sold as a blank label pre-release with no cover, although copies with labels and/or a silk-screened cover also exist. This is a phenomenal cut on the mournful and heavy 'Artibella' rhythm, with a killer organ sound that we just love. This tune is backed by a dub cut with horns and bongos, lifted from an extremely rare blank-label Sir Collins compilation LP.

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  • The Invaders: After the StormThe InvadersAfter the Storm
    7"

    These two songs were released on a frighteningly rare single in JA on the Invader label, while "After a Storm" was also released as a pre-release blank in the UK. The Invaders sublime and soulful harmonizing wins again, these tunes are as catchy as ever forty plus years later.

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  • The Invaders : You touch my soulThe Invaders You touch my soul
    7"

    Amazing!!!!

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  • Don 'Jah' Carlos: Prepare Jah ManDon 'Jah' CarlosPrepare Jah Man
    7"

    first time on 45 for the other early Don Carlos thriller killer from the Wackie's/Joe Morgan/Soul Syndicate axis. Previously only released on the "Reckless Roots Rockers" compilation LP.

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  • The Invaders: Heaven and EarthThe InvadersHeaven and Earth
    7"
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  • Michael Rose: World CrisisMichael RoseWorld Crisis
    10"

    What really needs to be said about this record? Rearing its head from the endless forgotten void of reggae music history, 30+ years in hiding, here it is. Previously unreleased & unheard full-on mystical Black Ark first version of "Love Crisis" (here aka "World Crisis"), sung by Michael Rose, pre-Black Uhuru. Extended vocal and full psychedelic dub. Utterly killer, enjoy.

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