Singles

  • 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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  • Jackie Mittoo : Going HomeJackie Mittoo Going Home
    7"

    Tasteful organ instrumental from Jackie Mittoo 'Going Home' has a vocal piece by Freddie McGregor on the same rhythm. 'Everybody plays a fool' is equally good. JA pressings from the original stamper so check the sound clips before you buy.

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  • Lloyd Jones & The Super Natural Six: Get Up and TryLloyd Jones & The Super Natural SixGet Up and Try
    7"

    Lloyd Jones with an absolute killer from the Studio One vaults. A song that oozes class and talent. Most likely recorded in the early 70s. Part 2 on the flipside check the sound clips as they are from original Jamaican stampers.

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  • The Heptones : Freedom LineThe Heptones Freedom Line
    7"

    The Soothing tones of the Heptones at their Studio One peak. Comes with a nice version on the flipside. Jamaican pressing so check the sound clips.

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  • Theophilous Beckford: Tell Me Little LadyTheophilous BeckfordTell Me Little Lady
    7"

    Theophilous 'Easy Snapping' Beckford on the A side with an RnB infused jump blues that was so loved by Jamaicans. As these things go very nice indeed. Lee Perry on the flipside with the excellent 'Mad Head'

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  • Willie Williams : Keep on movingWillie Williams Keep on moving
    7"

    Willie Williams with 'Keep on Moving' on the 'Never let go' rhythm. Backed by the 'Sound Dimension. Original JA stampers so check the sound clips before you buy.

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  • Donna V : Lady PulloverDonna V Lady Pullover
    7"

    Killer party music from Donna V. Most likely voiced in the 80s on the 'Captivity' rhythm.

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  • The Maytals: Life Could Be a DreamThe MaytalsLife Could Be a Dream
    7"

    Rousing Maytals on the A side and The Brentford Road set cover Jane Birkins 'Je t'aime' in an instrumental stylee on the flipside. JA pressings so check the sound clips before you buy.

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  • Don Drummond : Scrap Iron/Far EastDon Drummond Scrap Iron/Far East
    7"

    Fierce Don Drummond instrumental. 'Scrap Iron' refers to a potent local rum drink. I tried it once and nearly fainted. Strong stuff. 'Further East' on the flipside is amazing. What a tune. Check the soundclips for quality as they are Jamaican pressings.

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  • The Maytals: Lets KissThe MaytalsLets Kiss
    7"

    Double header from the The Maytals both sides rock along with all the usual Maytals fervour. Classic stuff. JA pressings so check the sound clips.

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  • The Hi Teens : Hey YouThe Hi Teens Hey You
    7"

    A gorgeous vocal harmony tune from the Hi Teens. 'Hey You' is superb. Part 2 on the flipside. JA pressings so check the sound clips.

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  • Jackie Mittoo : Sure ShotJackie Mittoo Sure Shot
    7"

    Jackie Mittoo classic. 'Sure Shot' on the A side and a great early period Delroy Wilson 'Mother Word' on the flipside. Check the sound clips as they are JA pressings

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  • The Heptones: Pretty LooksThe HeptonesPretty Looks
    7"

    Classic Heptones. B side is a really strong instrumental with Vin Gordon on the trombone.

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  • The Cables : Baby WhyThe Cables Baby Why
    7"

    The Cables with Keeble Drummond on lead vocals. Vocal harmony Jamaican style at its best. Fab 45!

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  • Sammy Davis & The Super Natural Six : Soft HandSammy Davis & The Super Natural Six Soft Hand
    7"

    Real soulful obscurity from Sammy Davis and his Super Natural Six 'Soft Hand' on the A side, version of the same on the flips side. Lovely tune. Check the sound clips as its from the original stamper.

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  • Johnny Osbourne : People A Watch MeJohnny Osbourne People A Watch Me
    7"

    Crucial Johnny Osbourne tune. Same rhythm as Contemplating Mind by Barrington Spence. Both are top draw. This has a version on the flipside. Original stamper from JA so check the sound clips.

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  • Wailing Souls : Thou Shall Not StealWailing Souls Thou Shall Not Steal
    7"

    The Wailing Souls at Studio One were usually good and this is a solid tune. The flipside has Roland Alphonso and the Soul vendors with 'Blue Dot'

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