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Classic LKJ from the tumultuous late 70s years – self-produced, and featuring the tracks "Song Of Blood", "Doun De Road", "Five Nights Of Bleeding", "Man Free", and "All Wi Doin Is Defindin". LP, Vinyl record album
The second album From LKJ, a tough and tight follow up to Dread Beat and Blood, with the poet coming just as hard out the box this time around as the first. Johnson's righteous lyrical indignation, terse delivery, and rhythmic focus dovetail perfectly with tight, fat riddims from a crack band ... LP, Vinyl record album
Early 80s Toots, combining raw soul with a rolling, bouncing Jamaican vibe. 10 tracks in all, including "Let's Get It Together", 'Chatty Chatty", "Just Like That", "Dilly Dally", "Israel Children" and "Journeyman". LP, Vinyl record album
This album couldn't be more aptly titled with Michael Rose, Puma Jones and Duckie Simpson tearing it up alongside Sly & Robbie, Mikey Chung, Darryl Thompson, Keith Sterling and Skyjuice live in Europe in the early 80s. 8 blistering numbers in all: "Shine Eye Gal", "Plastic ... LP, Vinyl record album
The second album from Third World – and the one that really helped break them out to the widespread success that they'd enjoy for years with their crisp, tight brand of modern reggae – fusing roots vibes with top notch production values and some rock and funk touches! Includes "186 ... LP, Vinyl record album
Second volume of sweet, soulful dubs, with Harry Mudie turning over the choicest pieces from his catalog of rhythms to the great King Tubby to dub up, and he does so in fine, fine form. Tubby's respectful but still radical reworking of these numbers is one of our favorite, though lesser known dub ... LP, Vinyl record album
The debut LP from the second lineup of Black Uhuru, with Duckie Simpson, Michael Rose and Errol Nelson. Produced by Prince Jammy, this first LP is a tremendous slice of roots rock, even if it doesn't measure up quite so well against the later version of the group with Puma Jones and Sly & ... LP, Vinyl record album
Produced by Cliff himself, recorded at Dynamic and Tuff Gong with a full host of heavies on board, including Chinna Smith, Ranchie McLean, Robbie Shakespeare, Sly Dunbar, Santa Davis, Ansel Collins, Augustus Pablo, Wally Badarou, Sticky Thompson, Skully Sims, Dean Fraser, Deadly Headly Bennett, ... LP, Vinyl record album
Early Leslie Kong produced sides of groovy rocksteady, voiced by a young Bob Marley, dug up and re-released after he became an international reggae phenomenon. While this clearly an attempt to cash in on his success, it's still some really great early stuff, and nice to have on vinyl, too! 10 ... LP, Vinyl record album