Singles

  • Knowledge: PopulationKnowledgePopulation
    7"

    Vocal harmony from Kingston's 'Knowledge. Released around 1980.

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  • Vin Gordin & Diggory Kenrick : Travellin SteadyVin Gordin & Diggory Kenrick Travellin Steady
    7"

    Horns re-cut of the classic 'Safe Travel' rhythm, led by the legendary Vin Gordon on trombone. Diggory Kenrick delivers the flute answer to Vin's trombone questions. Soulful sparse and tight. On the 'DigVin' label as a homage to the Johnny Moore, Tommy McCook 'JonTom' label.

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  • Phil Pratt : Safe TravelPhil Pratt Safe Travel
    7"

    One of the most evocative of rocksteady tunes finally gets a release with the correct rhythm piece on the flipside. Top notch songwriting from Phil Pratt. Melancholy deep and understated. The raw rhythm on the flipside has never been released before.

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  • Owen Gray with Bobby Ellis & Val Bennett: Time for LoveOwen Gray with Bobby Ellis & Val BennettTime for Love
    7"

    Killer Owen Gray piece to Johnnie Clarks - Open into his Gates with Praise, titled 'Time for love'. However the real action is on the horns cut on the flipside. Overlooked masterpiece from Bobby Ellis and Val Bennett.

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  • Big Youth: Bail OutBig YouthBail Out
    7"
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  • Mr Dallas : Can't give upMr Dallas Can't give up
    7"
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  • Al Campbell : Wise WordsAl Campbell Wise Words
    7"

    Al Campbell with Wise Words excellent heavy dub on the flipside.

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  • Michael Prophet: Same AlmightyMichael ProphetSame Almighty
    7"
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  • Eccleton Jarrett: Free UpEccleton JarrettFree Up
    7"
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  • Imaani : Tear DownImaani Tear Down
    7"
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  • Big Youth : Live RightBig Youth Live Right
    7"
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  • Moses: Live it upMosesLive it up
    7"
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  • Jah Lloyd : The LamaJah Lloyd The Lama
    7"

    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.

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  • Orlando Kirkland : Hit Me BackOrlando Kirkland Hit Me Back
    7"

    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'

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  • Lee Perry: Inna Iwah (original Jamaican mix)Lee PerryInna Iwah (original Jamaican mix)
    7"

    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'.

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