Unreleased material from Capital Letters – one of the better British reggae acts of the 80s, heard here in a set of tracks that have lain in the studio for decades! The record mixes core tracks and dubs up nicely – creating a relaxed vibe that really lets the rhythms sink in, and echo ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Slick reggae, that has more than a little disco creeping in, from singer Kwame Heshimu. Don Myrick & Rham Lee of EWF make a guest spot on one number. Tracks include "Family Affair", "Zimbabwe", "Mama Say", "Givin Up" & "Chant Away". ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)
Bob Marley —
Exodus ... LP Island, 1977. Very Good- ....
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One of our favorite Wailers LPs – as solid a statement as Marley had made, and to our ears, the finest moment of his later career. The album features classics like "Natural Mystic", "Three Little Birds", "One Love/People Get Ready" and the excellent, driving ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear, light staining along the bottom, and a bit of pen.)
A big big crossover album from the UK ska scene of the early 80s – built upon the ashes of the older Specials group, but still with plenty of the dark edges we'd come to expect in Jerry Dammers work! There's a bit more electric instrumentation at the bottom of the tracks, but the sound is ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
During the mid 70s, a number of major label rock stars had their dalliance with reggae, and after inviting him to tour with them, the Stones decided to start releasing Peter Tosh's LPs. This record was the first of Tosh's released by Keith Richards and Mick Jagger on their Rolling Stones label and ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Def Jam and collides with the dancehall new school: "Straight Off The Top" by Dipset, "Anything Goes" with CNN, Wayne Wonder and Lexxus, "Mardi Gras (rmx) by Tanto Metro & Devonte and Joe Budden, "Lyrical .44" by Method Man & Redman with Damian Marley, ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Blazing mid 70s dubs from the Bunny "Striker' Lee canon – some of finer versions released on Trojan's Jackpot imprint from 1974 to 1976 – which was essentially set up to put out Bunny's productions at the time! Features versions sourced from great period numbers by Mighty ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album