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RoyalsDubbing With The Royals ... CD
Pressure Sounds (UK), Late 60s/1970s. New Copy ... $14.99 15.98
Another great set from Pressure Sounds! They really got us open when they pulled together their first set by the Royals, Pick Up The Pieces, and this dub and Dee Jay outing makes a perfect companion set. Excellent dubs rendered by the heaviest of the heavy mixologists: Tubby, Jammy, Scientist, Lee Perry and Errol T plus some rare, rare DJ versions from Prince Far I and I Roy, all packaged to the usual high Pressure Sounds standards. 19 tracks casting the Royals soulful reggae in a new light, 68 minutes of music in all, with rhythms built in Kingston by the cream of Jamaica's session players. Check the massive track list: 2 versions of "If You Want Good": "Negusa Nagast" featuring Knowledge & Prince Far I, dub mix by Scientist and "Nose Hole" with a dub mix by Ernest Hookim, "Waizero" ("Facts Of Life") dub mix by Scientist, "Wigwam" ("Blacker Black") dub mix by Scientist at Channel One, 3 versions of "Pick Up The Pieces": "Llongo" dub mix by Lee Scratch Perry & King Tubby, "Pride Of A Black Man" by Gladdy Anderson, and "Monkey Fashion" chatted up by I Roy, "Land Of Milk & Honey" ("Promised Land") dubbed by Errol T at Randy's, "Manna From The Sky" ("Malnutrition") dubbed by Prince Jammy, "Peace, Love & Dub" ("Peace & Love") dubbed by Ernest Hookim at Channel One, "Tirang" aka "Only For A Time" dub, "Tekla" with King Tubby being dubby on "Sufferer Of The Ghetto", "MIA" a dub of "Way Of Life" by Gregory Isaacs, "Jemima Antonia Dub" a dub of "Oh My Love", 2 versions of "Ghetto Man" "Sugar Candy" by I Roy and "Oongaan" by King Tubby, "Janhoi" featuring Knowledge & Prince Far I versioning "Make Believe" and "Jammy's Dub" with Prince Jammy dubbing the same rhythm and "Dub The Wrong" ("When You Are Wrong") dub mix by Ernest Hookim at Channel One. CD
 
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ScientistDub Album They Didn't Want You To Hear ... CD
Jah Life, Late 70s. New Copy ... $12.99 14.98
Classic level Scientist dubs from the end of the 70s/dawn of the 80s – cut at Channel 1 with backing by the Roots Radics Band – and Jah Life sitting on the production and arrangements! We don't know why anyone wouldn't want you to hear it, but The Dub Album They Didn't Want You To Hear was cut as a dub companion Flick Wilson's School Days LP, and it's really strong stuff – hard to believe that languished unreleased for the next couple of decades. There's a raw, wollopling clap on the percussion tip, and the rhythmic sensibility is pretty heavy in general – balanced nicely by lightly vamping guitars, keyboards that range from soulful to spacey, and an echoey atmosphere that's tripped out just enough. Includes "Jah Turn The Dub", "My Lady's Dub", "Yallas Dub", "Slave Master Dub", "Where Wicked Gonna Dub", "Facts Of Dub", "I Don't Mind Dub", "Don't Give Up Your Culture Dub", "Rockers Dub" and "School Days Dub". CD

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VariousFrom Dubplate To Download – The Best Of Greensleeves Records ... CD
Greensleeves (UK), 1970s/1980s/1990s/2000s. Used 2 CDs ... $18.99
30 years worth of heavy duty jams condensed into a two disc set for a mean one two punch from Greensleeves! Greensleeves heads back to the golden era of roots reggae then fast forwards to the present, with a host of top choice stops in between, documenting their tenure in fine, fine style. All styles get represented, from the rough and ready, to deep rootical material, lovers and straight up dancehall rockers, with everything from foundation sounds to bouncing digital delights! 30 tracks in all, plus a bonus download available from the Greensleeves website (hence the title), including "Born For A Purpose" by Doctor Alimantado, "Look Youthman" by Barrington Levy, "Wa-do-Dem" by Eek-A-Mouse, "Zungguzgung" by Yellowman, "Pass The Tu-Sheng Peng" by Frankie Paul, "Under Mi Sleng Teng" by Wayne Smith, "Hello Darling" by tippa Irie, "Telephone Love" by JC Lodge, 'Rumors" by Gregory Isaacs, "Oh Carolina" by Shaggy, "Down In The Ghetto" by Bounty Killer, "Black Woman & Child" by Sizzla, "Who Am I" by Beenie Man, "Tekk" by Vybz Cartel and "Hail The King" by Fantan Mojah. CD
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VariousStudio One DJs ... LP
Soul Jazz/Studio One (UK), 1960s/1970s. New Copy 2LP ... $26.99
Another great Studio One collection from the folks at Soul Jazz, this time highlighting the DeeJays! While heavyweights like Big Youth & U Roy never voiced tracks for the groundbreaking label, there's no shortage of first class toasting on this selection, and it's Studio One, so you know the rhythms are hot! Dennis Alcapone, Dillinger and Prince Jazzbo all come hard with tracks like "Power Version" and "Natty Kung Fu", and there's a few sweet numbers by less well known names like Prince Francis & Jah Jesco, plus a nice slice of history with Count Machuki's "More Scorcha". 16 burning tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album
(Back in print!!!)

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✨✧ ScientistDub Album They Didn't Want You To Hear ... LP
Jah Life, Late 70s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Classic level Scientist dubs from the end of the 70s/dawn of the 80s – cut at Channel 1 with backing by the Roots Radics Band – and Jah Life sitting on the production and arrangements! We don't know why anyone wouldn't want you to hear it, but The Dub Album They Didn't Want You To Hear was cut as a dub companion Flick Wilson's School Days LP, and it's really strong stuff – hard to believe that languished unreleased for the next couple of decades. There's a raw, wollopling clap on the percussion tip, and the rhythmic sensibility is pretty heavy in general – balanced nicely by lightly vamping guitars, keyboards that range from soulful to spacey, and an echoey atmosphere that's tripped out just enough. Includes "Jah Turn The Dub", "My Lady's Dub", "Yallas Dub", "Slave Master Dub", "Where Wicked Gonna Dub", "Facts Of Dub", "I Don't Mind Dub", "Don't Give Up Your Culture Dub", "Rockers Dub" and "School Days Dub". LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Dub Album They Didn't Want You To Hear ... CD 12.99

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✨✧ Glen Brown & King TubbyTermination Dub ... CD
Blood & Fire (UK), Mid 70s. Used ... Out Of Stock
More raw rhythms dubbed into infinity by the master King Tubby! The number of incredible dubs produced by Tubby is almost overwhelming, but to us, they're all essentials. Here, Blood & Fire collects his work with producer Glen Brown, with some highlights from the renowned sax player "Dirty" Harry Hall. The rest of the band is like a laundry list of heavies: from Carlton Barrett, Fish Clarke & Santa Davis to Family Man, Robbie Shakespeare, Earl Lindo & Ansel Collins. There's some heavy mid 70s cuts here, like the title track, a take on the Dirty Harry rhythm, and our favorite, the flying cymbal update to the Death in the Arena rhythm "Version 78 Style". Also includes "Lamb's Bread Dubwise", "Wicked Tumbling Version" & "Wicked Can't Run This Dub". CD
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✨✧ VariousGlory, Dominion, Power, Majesty: Half Moon Productions ... LP
PK/Half Moon (UK), 1970s/1980s. New Copy 2 LPs ... Out Of Stock
The folks at Honest Jon's and PK have done it again! Scoring another reggae reissue coup by digging a little deeper and coming up with the goods: a batch of nice tracks from the 70s and early 80s heyday of the Toronto-based reggae label Half Moon Productions, when it played host to stars like Augustus Pablo, Stranger Cole, Johnny Osbourne and Leroy Sibbles, as well as a handful of lesser known local ringers, too. Producer Oswald Creary and the Super 8 Corporation house band may not exactly be household names to even the most die-hard fan, but then we never really were about household names here at Dusty, and neither are the selectors over at Honest Jon's. Like his contemporary Lloyd Bullwackie Barnes, Creary and crew crafted a batch of heavy, deep modern roots, with the cream collected here, 17 tracks in all: Joe Higgs "Creation", Stranger Cole "Freedom, Justice & Equality", Super 8 Corporation "Freedom Version" and "Free Version", Louis O'Connor "Lonely & Black", Pluggy Satchmo "What Rasta Say" and "23rd Psalm", Rothadam "Sampson", OJ "Things Felt Right", The Blenders "Why Did You Run Away?", Dill Smith "Set Me Free", Stranger Cole & Jah Levi "I'm Living", Bongo Ossie & The Moonlights "Black Society", Johnny Osbourne "Danger In Your Eyes", Bingi Kicks & G.Campbell "Sky Jack", Leroy Sibbles & The Otravis Band "Skyjacking Version" and Carl Dawkins "Luv Is Needed". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ AswadHulet (Japanese pressing) ... CD
Island (Japan), 1979. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The second record from British roots act Aswad, with the same sort of approach as their classic debut – a solid sophomore effort keeping the roots tradition alive at the twilight of the era! The group underwent a minor lineup change from their first album to this one, but at this point they're still hewing more towards a raw, heavy approach than some of their later, more commercial efforts. Nice! 8 tracks in all: "Behold", "Sons Of Criminals", "Judgement Day", "Not Guilty", "Can't Walk The Streets", "Corruption", "Playing games" and "Hulet". CD
 
 
 



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