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An excellent lost session from the Black Ark! Tracked by Perry with Upsetters in 1975, these stripped down dubs feature some of the dopest, funky rhythms Scratch ever cut, while others have a super spare, loping Jamaican groove. The sound is crisp and tight, without the giant thunderclaps and ... CD
Liquid lines from keyboardist Winston Wright – easily one of the hippest organ players in Jamaica during the 70s! Winston's second only to the great Jackie Mittoo – and like Jackie, works here in a sweet Hammond-heavy style that offers up both a fresh take on instrumental reggae, and a ... CD
Dubplate specials from King Tubby's Hometown Hi Fi Sound System in the mid to late 70s! Mainly cut over Bunny "Striker" Lee rhythms – and rocked the sound systems before finding their way on to vinyl back in the day. Features dub versions of originals by Johnny Clarke, Ronnie ... CD
Ballsy, yet perfectly respectful remixes of essential Bob Marley And The Wailers treasures – numbers from the quintessential Legend compilation and a couple more – done by a diverse roster that includes Thievery Corporation, Jim James, Ziggy Marley, Stephen Marley, Photek, Z-Trip, ... CD
Joyous, bouncy sounds from the legendary Al Hudson – a sweet little set with his Soul Partners group, done in a mode that's right up there with the best music of his One Way combo! The grooves are uptempo, yet are much more rooted in ensemble funk than some of the disco of Al's ... CD
A real turning point for the great Loleatta Holloway – and a record that really finds a great way to unleash her vocals for the dancefloor! Loleatta got her start as more of a traditional deep soul diva – but here, she really takes off with a sweet Philly groove – thanks to ... CD