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VariousStudio One Ska Fever – More Ska Sounds From Sir Coxone's Downbeat ... LP
Soul Jazz (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy 2 LPs Gatefold ... $26.99
Forget everything you know about ska music from recent years – no Mighty Mighty cliches, no retro-styled clunkers, no two-toned sounds at all – just the real deal, the roots of the style, served up here in classic recordings that go right to the source! These are the cuts that started it all – and which still sound way better to our ears than any of the countless imitations that have been crafted over the years – played with a freshness and a sharp edge that recent recordings can never hope to touch! The music here is the roots of reggae crafted in the soil of Kingston – recorded by the legendary Studio One Records, with all the soulful undercurrents you'd find in the rocksteady generation as well. It's been a few years since Soul Jazz have served up a set of Jamaican grooves this tight – but it's been well worth the wait, given the track selection and always-stellar level of presentation from the label. Titles include "Live Good" by The Ethiopians, "Mr Talkative" by The Wailers, "There's A Reward" by Joe Higgs & Roy Wilson, "Ska La Parisienne" by The Skatalites, "Don't Try To Reach Me" by The Gaylads, "Gumma" by Lee Perry, "Freedom Sounds" by Soul Brothers, "You Won't See Me" by The Clarendonians, and "Old Rocking Chair" by Jakie Opel. LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Susan CadoganHurt So Good (plus bonus tracks) ... CD
Trojan (UK), 1976. New Copy ... $13.99
An amazing CD issue of Susan Cadogan's 1976 LP – plus nearly another album's worth of bonus tracks! The Hurts So Good album features the more romantic side of Lee Scratch Perry's producer vibe – a style that gets a little lost with younger collectors who clamor for the Scratch's freaky Roots feel – but the vibe compliments Cadogan's smooth vocal style perfectly. Nice! Album cuts include the great title cut, "In the Ghetto", "I Keep on Loving You", "Feeling Is Right", "Fever" and "Shame". The bonus cuts feature the single edit of "Hurts So Good", plus a number of Upsetters cuts from the vaults and others – including "Dub It", and "Rub A Dub" by the Upsetters,"Junior Byles cut of "Fever", "This World" by Milton Henry, and more. CD

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✨✧ Jah LionColombia Colly ... CD
Mango (Japan), 1976. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
Masterful mid 70s dub from Jah Lion and Lee Scratch Perry – a legendary deejay side and probably the greatest ever roar from the mighty Jah Lion! The Lion, otherwise known (and more frequently billed) as Jah Lloyd really delivers a knockout on this early effort. The rhythms are prime, top shelf Black Ark on these exceptional cuts – with 11 tracks in all. Titles include "Wisdom", "Dread In A Jamdong", "Flashing Whip", "Black Lion", "Fat Man", "Black Lion", "Little Sally Dater", "Hay Fever" and "Colombia Colly". CD

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✨✧ VariousTrojan Upsetter Box Set (3 CD set) ... CD
Trojan, 1960s/1970s. Used 3CD ... Just Sold Out!
Another great Trojan budget box, this time gathering 50 Lee Perry productions! The majority of these are vocal numbers with singers like Junior Byles or Dave Barker, though there's a fair share of nice skanking Upsetter's tracks, and quite a few of Scratch's own great proto-raps. Includes the Upsetter's "Man From MI5", "Knock Three Times" and "Dub Money", Dave Barker's "Prisoner Of Love", Leo Graham's "Want A Wine", Susan Cadogan's "Fever", Jah Lloyd's "White Belly Rat" and Lee Perry's "City Too Hot", "Jungle Lion" and "Sipreano". CD
(Out of print, box has some edgewear.)

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✨✧ VariousStudio One Classics ... LP
Soul Jazz/Studio One (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy 2LP ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
It just doesn't stop! The heavyweight selectors at Soul Jazz brew up another chubby batch of blazing Studio One jams, delivering nothing but the classics this go 'round, just like the title says! Another chapter from Coxsone Dodd and crew showcasing the label and studio that laid the foundation for a huge swath of Jamaican music for generations to come, this set delivers 18 mighty, mighty reggae jams of all flavors, including the Skatalites "El Pussycat Ska", Sound Dimension "Rockfort Rock", the Heptones "Pretty Looks Isn't All", Lone Ranger "Automatic", Horace Andy "Fever", Burning Spear "Rocking time", Alton Ellis "I'm Just A Guy", Don Drummond "Confucious", Michigan & Smiley "Rub A Dub Style" and Johnny Osbourne "Sing Jay Stylee". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Yellowman Vs Josey WalesTwo Giants Clash ... LP
Greensleeves (UK), 1984. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A dynanic dancehall dual LP from legends Yellowman and Josey Wales! Each master gets his own side on this excellent Greensleeves record – and it's great stuff – bringing their A-games to this stellar set. Yellowman side includes "Society Party", "Strictly Bubbling", "Mr. Big Shot", "King Of The Crop" and "Wrong Girl To Play With". Josey Wales side includes "Bobo Dread", "Mi Have Fi Get You", "Cure For The Fever", "Jah A Mi Guiding Star" and "Sorry To Say". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousDon Letts Presents The Mighty Trojan Sound ... CD
Trojan (UK), 1970s. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
Don Letts has always been a mover and shaker on the London scene, building connections between the punk movement and helping a lot of Jamaican artists get signed to British labels, so it's only fitting that he should be tapped as selector for a collection of tracks from the deep, deep Trojan vaults. Like his Social Classics comp, this awesome 2 disc set is a tremendous selection of vocal, dee jay, instrumental and dub cuts, some well known, but many more obscure and still great nuggets. 44 tracks, all killer, no filler! Includes John Holt "It's A Jam In The Streets", Big Youth "Foreman Vs Frazier", Hopeton Lewis "Boom Shacka Laka", Shorty "President Mash Up The Resident", Glen Washington "Rockers No Crackers", Junior Byles "Fever", Lloyd Robinson "Cuss Cuss", Gregory Isaacs "Mr Know It All", The Hippy Boys "Doctor No Go", Karl Bryan "Soul Scorcher", Harry J All Stars "The Liquidator", The Chosen Few "Theme From Shaft", The Aggrovators "Channel One Is A Joker", Boris Gardiner "Elizabethan Reggae", King Tubby "I Trim The Barber", Dave & Ansell Collins "Double Barrel", Scientist "Scientist (Stalag 17)", Linval Thompson "Jamaican Callie (version)" and Prince Jammy & The Aggrovators "Out Of Order". CD
 
 
 



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