Jah Lloyd aka Pat Francis gets to 'Mash it Up' on a funky sounds coming from 'Studio four' laid back patter from The Black Ark. Comes with the correct rhythm on the flipside.More info
Very much an early 70s rudeboy feel to the little known Orlando Kirkland piece with what sounds like Perry doing the intro. Rock Away on the flipside which is 'Real cool like i say'More info
A couple of alternate cuts of Inna Iwah with a bit of a looser vibe than the more well known and polished cut. Marley joins Perry on vocals with interjections from Dave Barker. 'Dont be no fool'.More info
One of the greatest of the vocalists that Perry employed gets on the next cut of Dave Barkers 'What a confusion'. Clear and melodic Junior Byles cut has remained un-released until this release. Comes with an obscure alternate cut of 'Shock of the Mighty' on the flipside.More info
'Sit back relax and listen to what i've got' vocal dexterity from Count Sticky who gets out on the verbal high wire with this obscure gem. Comes with Soul Bounce on the flipside.More info
An entended mix of the ‘Jah Love I’ song written by Freddie McKay and voiced by David Isaacs.More info
Aware of Love by the Impressions gets a serious dusting down by producer Frenchie turning out yes another brand new take on a classic RnB/ragga tip.More info
Sarah Lugo on the A side but Ras Demo is the pick of the rhythm with 'Feel the vibes'More info
A roots obscurity from Lacksley Castell that has been locked in the vaults of Roy Cousins Tamoki- Wambesi- Uhuru label.More info
Four heavyweight cuts of the 'Girl Asheba' rhythm. Produced by Roy Cousins. Early eighties roots that showcase the Royals vocalist as a top class producer. Moving from the sweet vocals of Ken Parker, insightful reflections of Ghetto living by Jah Stitch to the cultural roots of the singer known as Knowledge. All topped off by a rough dub that was mixed by Barnabus as Channel one. Comes in a hand stamped sleeve.More info
Tarus Riley on a crucial rhythm. Comes with a killer dub on the flipside. A monster of a tune worth buying for the dub alone. Tarus Rileys vocal side is potent stuff as well.More info
Exco Levi with reflections on 'Yardman' on the side. Mr Williams on the flipside with 'Jah Armour' on the flipsideMore info
Iba Mahr delivers a full throttle message infused rocket of a tune. Addis Pablo on the flipside. Total killer.More info
Gappy Ranks on Producer Frenchies hot new rhythm. Still the best modern reggae label in europe by a mile Maximum Sound delivers again with a thoughtful argument from Gappy Ranks. Essential music. Ras Demo with his own 'style and pattern' on the flipside.More info
Compelling roots from Chezidek tougher beat than the original release. Comes with hand stamped label styleee. The version side is excellent, Russ D gives an old idea a new twist. Lovely.More info
For a long time Uk Steppers lacked real quality JA vocalists. This is great in its own way. A perfect hybrid of the 4 on the floor euro beat mixed with high quality Jamaican artist Luciano. The real thing.More info
Burru Banton could sing the telephone directory and make it sound essential.
Russ D and Frenchie conjure up a tuff steppers beat that shifts. Slightly slower than these things generally are and all the better for that. Hot stuff on the flipside as well.
Three track vinyl EP with Diggory Kenrick over an Upsetters rhythm that was a demo of an unreleased Perry version of the 'War' rhythm. Has Dennis Alcapone as the guesting dj. Diggory stretches the tune out into a tranquil xylophone extravaganza. Flip-side has a monster 7 minute dub mixed by Russ the Disciple.
Come in a hand stamped sleeve