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Boris GardinerNext To You ... LP
WKS, 1987. Very Good+ ... $4.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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Boris GardinerUltra Super Dub Vol 1 ... LP
Ultra, Mid 70s. Near Mint- ... $19.99
Some of the deepest work we've ever heard from Jamaican funk giant Boris Gardiner – and a set that might have been called "Ultra Rare Dub" instead – given the obscurity of the recordings! The core material here is from 45s that Boris issues in the early 70s – the kind of heavy grooves that have made him as much of a legend with funk collectors as reggae fans – but the tracks are taken to very different territory than the originals, in keeping with the dub promised in the title – yet with a sense of variety that's very different than other dub albums of this nature! Currents of American soul come into play as much as reggae roots – and instrumentation and rhythms vary nicely throughout, which really keeps things interesting. The original albums were issued in very tiny runs, and titles include "Freedom Roots", "Expression (dub)", "Racking Roots", "Love (dub)", "Paying Roots", "Mine (dub)", "Rider Roots", and "Gimmy (dub)". LP, Vinyl record album
(Recent Now Again reissue.)
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VariousReggae Steady Go 1 ... LP
Rhino (UK), 1980s. Very Good ... $5.99
Featuring Sophia George, Boris Gardiner, Winsome, and more. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ HeptonesParty Time ... LP
Mango, 1977. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
A party time indeed! This is the follow up to Night Food, and a set that nearly equals its predecessot, as a great example of what Leroy Sibbles and the Heptones were capable of when teaming up with Lee Perry! Laid down at the legendary Black Ark, this set's one of the band's strongest LPs, with Sibbles' always great songwriting over a batchof tight roots rhythms laid down by Boris Gardiner, Winston Wright, Mikey Boo, Willie Lindo and others. 10 songs in all, including "Party Time", "Crying Over You", "I Shall Be Released", "Why Must I" and "Sufferer's Time". LP, Vinyl record album
(Jamaican pressing with green labels. NOTE – Cover has staining, waviness, & small peels - due to moisture – but the vinyl is nice.)
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