Singles

  • Albert Malawi : Children of the Emperor (Dub plate Mix)Albert Malawi Children of the Emperor (Dub plate Mix)
    7"

    Albert Malawi's 'Children of the Emperor' has a big reputation amongst roots devotees. DKR take it to the next level with an alternate mix. Nice.

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  • Brigadier Jerry: Jah Jah ChildrenBrigadier JerryJah Jah Children
    7"

    Jah Jerry the 12 Tribes DJ of preference over Albert Malwi's 'Children of the Emperor'. Deep stuff.

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  • Mojo Blue : Fight the RassesMojo Blue Fight the Rasses
    7"

    Mojo Blue who also did a tune for Leonard 'Santic' Chin as Jah Mojo on the 'Golden Daffodils' rhythm that was cut by Fulk Reid. Very rare. The flip side in particular is good.

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  • David Isaacs: I'd rather be lonelyDavid IsaacsI'd rather be lonely
    7"

    David Isaacs on a melodic tip. Produced by Ronnie Nasrallah and comes with the excellent 'See that man' on the flipside

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  • Yami Bolo : Jah is the fireYami Bolo Jah is the fire
    7"

    Yami Bolo on a crunching rhythm from Russ D and Frenchie. Hits the spot.

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  • The Maytals : Bim Today Bam TommorrowThe Maytals Bim Today Bam Tommorrow
    7"
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  • Super Black: Bad WomanSuper BlackBad Woman
    7"
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  • Jimmy Riley : Gunman of JAJimmy Riley Gunman of JA
    7"

    A previously unreleased version of Jimmy Rileys thoughtful Gunman of JA. As relevant now than when it was originally released according to Jimmy. Both sides come from dub plates that were re-mixed at King Tubbys. Tougher leaner and deeper than the original mixes. The A side is not on the new album ‘Live it to know it’. Essential roots music from Jimmy Riley backed by Sly and Robbie. Comes in a hand stamped sleeve.

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  • Jimmy Riley: Everybody Needs MoneyJimmy RileyEverybody Needs Money
    10"

    Two cuts of ‘Everybody needs money’ on the A side. A sparse moody observation on social inequality ‘It's the talk of the town, no money going around’. Sound familiar? It came first time around on the ‘Full Moon’ label and has never been re-pressed. The B-side, which has 2 cuts of Reggae Music, also came on the Full Moon label. Engineered by Scientist and was probably recorded slightly later than the A side. Both the versions of Reggae Music are not included on the ‘Live it to know it’ album. Comes in a hand stamped sleeve.

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  • The Inturns : Nothing is Impossible (extended mix)The Inturns Nothing is Impossible (extended mix)
    10"

    An excellent extended mix by Phil Pratt of The Inturns 'Nothing is Impossible'. First released on a Chanan Jah 12' in the mid nineteen seventies. The Inturns recorded an album and several singles for Phil Pratt before returning to the their original name The Viceroys. Extended mix of 'Detour' on the flipside. Comes in a hand stamped bag. Crisp.

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  • Junior Brown: What a disasterJunior BrownWhat a disaster
    10"

    Three cuts of Junior Brown/ Phil Pratts 'What a disaster'. The rhythm was recorded in Jamaica by Sly and Robbie and was part of the Dial M for Murder lp. The Junior Brown vocal was voiced in the UK and released on The Mystic label. We have an extra mix added to the Pressure Sounds release by The Disciple. A killer release that comes in a hand stamped bag made out of re-cycled card.

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  • Don Drummond : ReloadDon Drummond Reload
    7"

    Genius from the master Don Drummond. Ably backed by Lennie Hibbert on vibes on 'Reload' on the A side. On the flipside the more frantic 'Little Willie' by Clue J & his Blues Busters. A pretty good pressing but check the sound clips before you buy.

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  • Winston Jarrett: Fear NotWinston JarrettFear Not
    7"

    Winston 'Flames' Jarrett on a rootsy alternate cut of Burning Spears 'Rocking Time' rhythm. Nice dub of the same rhythm on the flip-side. Check the sound clips as they are JA pressings.

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  • Cultural Roots: Tribal AvenueCultural RootsTribal Avenue
    7"

    Rugged twisting rhythm with the trademark Cultural Roots vocals. Tasteful keyboards and syndrum 'if your living on peaceful street' which i hope we all are. Nice.

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  • Mighty Diamonds : Why WarMighty Diamonds Why War
    7"

    Uptempo class from the masters. Tabby and the Diamonds telling it like it is. Excellent dubplate mix on the flipside.

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  •  Ashanti Wah : Elegant Shape Ashanti Wah Elegant Shape
    7"
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  • Aston 'Family Man' Barrett: Well PleasedAston 'Family Man' BarrettWell Pleased
    7"
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  • Mr Dallas : Big FightMr Dallas Big Fight
    7"
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  • Anthony Johnson : We RuleAnthony Johnson We Rule
    7"

    Excellent Anthony Johnson Produced by Prince Hammer backed by the Roots Radics. Tuff tune from Tuff Scout

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  • Reality Souljahs : My Eyes can seeReality Souljahs My Eyes can see
    7"
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