Scripting is disabled or not working. dustygroove.com requires JavaScript to function correctly.
Style sheets are disabled or not working. dustygroove.com requires style sheets to function correctly.

Reggae

XClassic sounds from Kingston and beyond -- roots, rocksteady, dub, dancehall, ska, and more!

$




Items/page

Elvis Costello Edit search Phrase match

 

Sorry, there are no items that match these criteria.

The following might help you find what you're looking for:

Set a product alert for Elvis Costello.

Please try your search again.

 


Featured items ...

Athens Of The North (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s.
A sweet selection of lovers rock tracks that take on big soul hits of the 70s – tunes that often have a bubbling bit of reggae in the rhythms, but which always feature a strong soul-based singer right up front! The tunes offer up not just a great example of the way that lovers rock could ... CD

Monnette Sudler

In My Own Way
Steeplechase (Denmark), 1978.
A previously-unreleased album from guitarist Monnette Sudler – a really compelling player from the Philly scene of the 70s, and one whose greatest fame came from her other two albums on the Steeplechase label! The sound here is a slightly different vibe than those records – as Sudler's ... CD

Kevin Haynes & Grupo Elegua

Ajo Se Po
Jazz Refreshed (UK), 2021.
A beautiful set of spiritual jazz from saxophonist Kevin Haynes – an artist who also plays a fair bit of percussion too, with a rootsy vibe that's perfect for the Yoruba inspirations which drive the music here! There's a really pan-national vibe to the record, and maybe a pan-Atlantic one ... LP, Vinyl record album

Ben Lamar Gay

Open Arms To Open Us
International Anthem/Nonesuch, 2021.
Ben LaMar Gay might well be one of the most creatively intense artists on the International Anthem label – and that's saying a lot, given all of the groundbreaking talents who've come to record for the company in recent years! And while Ben's previous record was completely mindblowing, this ... CD
Born Bad (France), Late 70s/Early 80s.
Sweet spacey grooves from Sauveur Mallia – the French electronic genius who was also the founder of the group Arpadys, who you might know from similarly spacey work of their own! The tracks here are all from a point when the European sound library scene was shedding some of the bigger ... CD

Okyerema Asante

Drum Message
Black Fire/Strut (UK), 1977.
A legendary album on the Black Fire label from the 70s – a set that features Ghanaian percussionist Oykerama Asante working in the same American mix of funk and spiritual jazz as his labelmates Oneness Of Juju! The set was recorded in the same stretch as the best work from that legendary ... CD
Century/P-Vine (Japan), 1968. (reissue)
Tremendous early work from trumpeter Hannibal Marvin Peterson – an artist you might know from his long-spun spiritual jazz work of the 70s – but who sounds nicely different here on a rare early set from the 60s! The record was done when Marvin was part of the ultra-hip jazz program at ... LP, Vinyl record album

Makaya McCraven

Deciphering The Message
Blue Note, 2021.
A really special album from our hometown hero Makaya McCraven – a set that's the drummer's debut on Blue Note, and which also has him bringing that label some of the magic that he's been cooking up for International Anthem! If you know Makaya's other records, you'll know that he works in a ... CD
Numero, Early 70s. 5CD
A tremendous package of work from this overlooked soul and gospel legend – four classic albums, plus other rare material too – all packaged with detailed notes in the wonderful Numero Group style! First up is Like A Ship Without A Sail – a gospel album from Pastor TL Barrett, but ... CD

Balimaya Project

Wolo So
Jazz Refreshed (UK), 2021.
One of the coolest records we've heard from the London scene in recent years – and that's really saying a lot, given all the amazing music the city has given us! The group here have a way of mixing West African roots with all sorts of jazzy touches, both acoustic and electric – in a ... LP, Vinyl record album
Blue Note, 1975. (reissue)
An incredible record that was one of the highest points of Donald Byrd's career! The album's the third one he cut with producer/arranger Larry Mizell – and of all Byrd's work with Mizell, this one's the funkiest, the tightest, the most soulful, and the most perfectly realized vision of the ... LP, Vinyl record album

Leo Nocentelli

Another Side
Light In The Attic, Early 70s.
Never-issued solo work from the legendary Leo Nocentelli – best known as the killer guitarist in The Meters, but a completely different artist here on his own – and one who might well have taken the 70s world of soul music by storm, had this record been released! The record has a vibe ... CD

Mario Migliardi

Matalo
Beat (Italy), 1970.
Really great music for one of the trippiest westerns ever recorded during the spaghetti generation – served up here with instrumentation that often has a lot more psychedelic touches than other western scores of the time! Mario Migliardi didn't do that much soundtrack work in the period, but ... CD

Mallory-Hall Band (Sanifu Al Hall & Charley Mallory)

Song Of Soweto
IRC/Outernational (UK), 1974. (reissue)
A song of Soweto, but served up here by a really unique South African group that also features key work by a number of American players too! The sound is mix of the loping rhythms of SA jazz and some of the bolder elements you'd hear in American funk of the period – but all mixed together ... LP, Vinyl record album
Mamba/VP, 1974.
A once lost gem! Hudson's voice as a producer remains one of the most unique and idiosyncratic of his era, and this first LP issued under his own name stands as a shining document of his genius. Cut very near the time of his classic dub side Pick A Dub, this album shares the haunting mood that ... CD
Terrestrial Funk, 1970s/Early 80s.
Armenian grooves, but done with plenty of familiar funk elements as well – including lots of sweet keyboards and some hard-driving rhythms that makes more than a few of these tracks perfect for the clubs! There's not much in the way of notes with the package, and the set is hardly ... CD
Blue Note, 1969. (reissue)
One of the strangest albums ever recorded for Blue Note – and one of the coolest, too! Duke Pearson recorded this set in 1969 – during the middle of his last productive period of activity, at a time when he was doing some tremendous genre-crossing jazz that really broke from his ... LP, Vinyl record album
Easy Action (UK), Early 70s.
A hell of a record from soul singer Pat Hall – vocalist who mostly provided background work for UK rock singers like Marc Bolan – but who really gets to shine in the spotlight here, thanks to help from Bolan himself! The album's a searing funky nugget all the way through – almost ... LP, Vinyl record album
Sublime Frequencies, Mid 60s.
You may not know the name of Phuong Tam – but you'll definitely get plenty of the surf, twist, and soul promised in the title – a very cool blend of American modes of the mid 60s, filtered through the cultural crossroads of Saigon, and topped with these beautiful vocals that are ... CD

Mallory-Hall Band (Sanifu Al Hall & Charley Mallory)

Last Special
IRC/Outernational (UK), 1974. (reissue)
Really fantastic work from this unusual South African band of the 70s – a group who never got much exposure on our side of the Atlantic, but includes key work from some very hip American players of the time! The group is led by trombonist Al Hall and guitarist Charles Mallory – but ... LP, Vinyl record album
 



⇑ Top