Singles

  • 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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  • Derrick Morgan & Desmond Dekker : What a RevengeDerrick Morgan & Desmond Dekker What a Revenge
    7"

    Two of the heavy weights from the ska-rocksteady period combine on 'What a Revenge' on the A side. 'Soldering' from the Beverley All stars on the flipside

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  • Derrick Morgan : Blazing FireDerrick Morgan Blazing Fire
    7"

    Classic from Mr Morgan. Comes with a version of the same tune on the flipside.

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  • The Maytals : Walk with LoveThe Maytals Walk with Love
    7"

    Toots in a laid back mode but still got more than enough to bury most other vocalists. Version on the flipside. Nice.

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  • Desmond Dekker: Mother Young GirlDesmond DekkerMother Young Girl
    7"

    Reflections in Kingston life from the vocally nimble Mr Dekker. Nice version on the flipside of the same rhythm.

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  • Desmond Dekker: Happy Birthday JamaicaDesmond DekkerHappy Birthday Jamaica
    7"

    Storming birthday celebration of Jamaica's independence day. 'It Pays' on the flip side is a different tune and is firmly in the rocksteady groove.

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  • Derrick & Patsy : Housewives ChoiceDerrick & Patsy Housewives Choice
    7"

    Derrick and Patsy on the A side with 'Housewives Choice'. Lloyd Clarke on the flipside with 'Love you the most'.

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  • Dudley Sibley: Love In Our NationDudley SibleyLove In Our Nation
    7"

    Superb plea for racial harmony by Dudley Sibbles. The credit is for Sibley but it should read Sibbles. One of many rare Studio One tunes currently being re-pressed in Jamaica by the Dodd family. Check the sound clips for sound quality as they are pressed from original stampers. B side is the excellent 'Moody Groove' by Prince Guthrie.

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  • Soul Brothers : Sugar CaneSoul Brothers Sugar Cane
    7"

    'Sugar Cane' by The Soul Brothers is a storming horns led instrumental. RnB and Jazz always played a big part in the world of Mr Dodd and Studio one. On the flipside 'Get out Of My Life Woman' is a southern soul drenched RnB hot shot.

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  • Jackie Mittoo : Lazy BonesJackie Mittoo Lazy Bones
    7"

    Two classic cuts of Jackie Mittoo at his Studio One peak. 'Lazy Bones' on the A side and the more uptempo 'Purple Light' on the flipside. Both from original Jamaican stampers so check the sound clips before buying.

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  • Freddie McGregor: Going To A BallFreddie McGregorGoing To A Ball
    7"

    Freddie McGregor during his classic early period. His Studio One output was always consistently good whether he was singing conscious lyrics or on his lighter material which 'Going To A Ball' is. Comes with the correct version on the flipside. Original Jamaican stampers so check the sound clips before you buy.

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  • Rheuben Alexander & Sugar Belly : Un Poquito (Part 1)Rheuben Alexander & Sugar Belly Un Poquito (Part 1)
    7"

    A latin vibe to 'Un Poquito' parts 1 & 2. A real obscurity from Rheuben Alexander & Sugar Belly. Original stampers so not a great press. Check the sound clips on this before you buy it as its pretty rough.

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  • Freddie McKay: You'll be SorryFreddie McKayYou'll be Sorry
    7"

    Fab soulful tune from Freddie McKay. Another artist of whom nearly all of their output at Studio One is worth checking out. Pressed from the original stampers so please listen to the sound clips before buying. Come with the correct version on the flip side.

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  • Horace Andy : Conscious Dread LocksHorace Andy Conscious Dread Locks
    7"

    Early Horace Andy 'Conscious Dread Locks' from the early part of the his career at Studio One. Pressed from the original stamper so check the sound clips before buying. Has the correct version on the flip side.

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  • Roy Richards : Double TroubleRoy Richards Double Trouble
    7"

    Roy Richards is credited Harmonica tune 'Double Trouble'. Really nice feel to this RnB flavoured workout. Jack Sparrow handles 'Beggars Have No Choice' on the flip side. Original JA stampers so check the soundclips.

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  • Cosmo Bobienco: WhyCosmo BobiencoWhy
    7"

    An excellent laid back vocal from the man 'Cosmo Bobienco' his song 'Why' is a killer. The other side has the dub cut to 'Horace Andys' See a man's face. Both sides well worth having. Pressed from the original JA stampers so check the sound clip before buying.

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  • Jackie Mittoo : El Bang bangJackie Mittoo El Bang bang
    7"

    Early Jackie Mittoo Studio One classic. Totally essential music. 'El Bang Bang' captures the energetic youthful Mittoo at his best. 'i need your loving' has Basil Gabidon on the flipside on a different rhythm. Check the sound clips as they are from the original JA stampers.

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