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✨✧ VariousHeavyweight 3 – A Blood & Fire Sampler ... CD
Blood & Fire (UK), 1970s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A nice compilation of tracks pulled from Blood & Fire's fantastic reggae reissue series. While this is the sort of collection labels put together to introduce you to their catalog, it plays really well from beginning to end – a wonderful testament to the deep digging the folks at Blood & Fire have done to bring together some sought after roots tracks! 14 tracks: Johnny Clarke "Every Knee Shall Bow", Impact All Stars "S-Corner Dub", U Brown "News to the Nation", Vivian Jackson & the Prophets "Love of Jah", Junior Byles "Pitchy Patchy", Morwell Unlimited "Morwell's Theme", Horace Andy "Don't Let Problems Get You Down", Impact All Stars feat. Tommy McCook "Jaro", Johnny Clarke "Age Is Growing", U Brown "Live As One", the Prophets & Trinity "King Pharoah's Plague (discomix)", Bim Sherman "Mighty Ruler", Morwell Unlimited "Jungle Shuffle" and Horace Andy "Pure Ranking (discomix)". CD
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Horace AndyGood Vibes ... CD
Blood & Fire (UK), Mid 70s. Used ... $9.99
A classic compilation – and we can't get enough of Horace Andy's sweet falsetto keening over these chugging, fat rhythms! A tremendous set of sides Andy cut in the mid-70s, packaged together with a few of the cuts in dub versions – all from a period when Horace was really hitting new heights in his music. While Andy cut many seminal sides for Coxsonne Dodd's Studio One – this work, some of it in collaboration with the great Bunny Striker Lee, stands among his best – and also often features Horace with firm creative control. Here he reworks the Studio One classic "Skylarking" as a "Better Version" with Lee, and there's a number of pieces cut at Tubby's with the aid of Prince Jammy (who contributed a nice sound to the In the Light set, also issued by Blood & Fire), like the massive "Pure Ranking" in it's full 8+ minute 12" disco mix version. Also includes the "Dub Vibes" version of the title track, "Mr Bassie", and "Reggae Rhythm – It's Gone International". CD
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Lee Perry & The UpsettersComplete UK Upsetter Singles Collection Vol 2 ... CD
Trojan (UK), Late 60s. Used 2 CDs ... $19.99
2nd installment in a 4 volume set, compiling the wealth of great singles produced by Lee Perry for release in the UK. Each set is 2 CDs, and as you can imagine, once you've got all 4, you've covered a lot of ground! Since most singles had some kind of versioning on the flip, whether it was the instrumental or a proto-dub take, there's a great variety of material here, 50 tracks in all, including classics like "Shocks Of Mighty", "Sound Underground" & "Upsetting Station" by Dave Barker & the Upsetters, "Duppy Conqueror" by Bob Marley & the Wailers and mountains of Upsetters tracks (more than the others in this series!): "Kill Them All", "Soul Walk", "One Punch", "A Touch Of Fire", "Consider Me (Version)", "Kinky Mood"."Spinning Wheel (Version)", "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye", "Pick Folk Kinkiest", "Fire Fire", "Teh Jumper", "The Pillow", "Grooving", "Big Dog Bloxie", "Fresh Up", "Toothache", "Thunder Version", "Blood Poison", "Dreamland", "Version Of Cup", "Ferry Boat", "Bigger Joke", "Return Of The Vampire", "Justice" and "Dig Your Grave". Plus Lee Perry "Do You Like It", "Son Of Thunder" and "Sipreano", Sir Lord Comic "Bronco", Busty Brown "Consider Me", The Heaters "Melting Pot", Melanie Jonas & Dave Barker "Spinning Wheel", Dave Barker & the Upsetters "Set Me Free", "Granny Show pts. 1 & 2" and "Some Sympathy", Dave Barker & the Wailers "Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying", Martin Riley & Fay Bennett "Self Control", Martin Riley "the Pill", the Soulettes "Let It Be", the Versatiles "The Thanks We Get" and "Hurry Up", Bob Marley & the Wailers "My Cup" and The Untouchables "Tender Love", "It's Over" and "Same Thing All Over". CD
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Pop GroupY (3CD definitive edition) ... CD
Radarscope/Mute, 1979. New Copy 3 CDs ... $22.99
A seminal punk-funk classic from the end of the 70s – one that's as brilliantly abrasive and brashly fresh today as it was when it was released! The group are working here in equal parts dub, funk, and lots of scratchy guitars and heady bass – with a style that would later be picked up more strongly by On-U in the 80s, but which is executed here with a much clearer vision that's free of any of the cliches that would later overcome the genre. Even the politics are surprisingly pointed – and Paul Stewart's vocalizations of most of the tunes is really dead on the money! Titles include "Thief Of Fire", "Snowgirl", "Blood Money", "We Are Time", "Don't Sell Your Dreams", "Words Disobey Me", and "Don't Call Me Pain". CD2 features lots of bonus tracks – some from an unreleased album – including "She Is Beyond Good & Evil", "Kiss The Book", "Thief Of Fire (bass addict)", "Words Disobey Me (Dennis the Menace mix)", "Don't Sell Your Dreams (a mix)", "3:38", "Boys From Brazil (ridge reels)", and "Blood Money (slow thief)". CD3 is Y Live – an unreleased live set with 9 more tracks! CD
Also available Y (remastered & expanded – with download) ... LP 30.99

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✨✧ Comet Is ComingTrust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery ... CD
Impulse, 2019. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A fantastic blend of spiritual jazz styles and electronic elements – served up here by the trio of drummer Betamax, keyboardist Danalogue, and saxophonist King Shabaka – the last of whom you might recognize as Shabaka Hutchings from a host of other hip projects on the contemporary London scene! Shabaka's work on tenor and bass clarinet really gives the record an earthy, organic core – which seems to let the keyboards really soar off into space, often with the sort of vibe that you'd guess from the group's name and the cover image on the record – in a wide flurry of live and amplified performance elements! At some level, the trio is almost London's answer to some of the jazz-meets-studio work from Chicago's International Anthem label – and like some of the groups who record for that imprint, these guys are all strong jazz musicians at the core – but performing at a level that's very beyond the ordinary. Titles include "Birth Of Creation", "Summon The Fire", "Blood Of The Past", "Astral Flying", "Super Zodiac", "The Universe Wakes Up", and "Timewave Zero". CD
Also available Trust In The Lifeforce Of The Deep Mystery ... LP 18.99

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✨✧ NecroBrutality Part 1 ... CD
Psycho+Logical, 2003. Used ... Out Of Stock
Gory $h!t from the one and only Necro, Ill Bill, and Non Phixion members. 17 tracks including "I'm Your Idol", "Dopesick", "Reign in Blood", Swordfish", "The Big Sleep", "Fire", "Watch Ya Toes, "Every Second Someone Dies", "White Slavery" and more. CD
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✨✧ VariousNo One Got Hurt – Bloodshot Records' 15th Anniversary At The Hideout (limited edition Record Store Day release) ... CD
Bloodshot, 2011. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Bloodshot's first all-live compilation. On September 12, 2009, the Hideout Block Party hosted Bloodshot's 15th Anniversary celebration. We soaked in the day with loads of old friends, allies, associates, and fans from at least 28 states and four countries. No tents or port-a-johns caught fire or tipped over; there were no lost children, knife fights, fist fights, food fights, thunderstorms, snowstorms, shitstorms, or beer shortages (despite your best efforts); the stage didn't collapse, the sound system didn't rebel, the bands all showed up, and hit the stage at more or less the right times and played the way we love. And no one got hurt. CD
 
 
 



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