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✨✧ General Levy/Cutty RanksIncredible (Wrongtom rmx)/As You See It (Mr Benn rmx) ... 7-inch
Nice Up (Jamaica), 2013. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
... 7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Cutty RanksSix Million Ways To Die ... CD
Priority, 1996. Used ... Out Of Stock
... CD
(Out of print, tray card has a cutout notch.)
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VariousDancehall Techniques 1986 to 1991 ... CD
Maximum Pressure (UK), Mid 80s-Early 90s. Used ... Just Sold Out!
Another killer guaranteed to wreck shop from the bottom to the top! Maximum Pressure drops a dozen and a half dancehall busting bombs, drawn from Winston Riley's Techniques label. Voiced by then upstarts who are now known as some of the heaviest around and all over bouncing good time dance hall tracks that would provide the blueprint for so many summer jams to come! 18 tracks in all, with some choice hard-to-get dub plate versions, including: "Bad Boys" by Courtney Melody, "A Fi Fly Out" by Daddy Lizard, "No Call Me John Boops" by Michael Prophet, "Boops" by Super Cat, "Leave People Business" by Admiral Tibet, "Gunman Lyrics" by Cutty Ranks, "Ring The Alarm Quick" by Tenor Saw & Buju Banton, "Co-Unoh" by Reggie Stepper with Fuzzy Jones, "Hola Fresh" by Red Dragon, "Bill A Spliff" by Flourgon, "Nowadays Girls" by Super Black, "Out A Hand" by Cutty Ranks, "Hic Up" by Gregory Isaacs & Tiger, "So Good To Me" by Courtney Melody, "Sunshine Day" by Pliers, "Ital Jockey" by Johnny P and "Yu Body Good" Red Dragon. CD
(Out of print, please note that there is some water damage inside the booklet & is priced accordingly.)

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✨✧ VariousDancehall – The Rise of Jamaican Dancehall Culture Vol 1 ... CD
Soul Jazz (UK), Late 70s/1980s. Used 2CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Another astounding set of heavy vibrations from Soul Jazz in there ongoing series of collections focusing on great Jamaican music! This bouncing set takes a long, deep look at Dancehall culture, and accompanies a great book by Beth Lesser! While dance halls have existed in Jamaican music for years, the focus here is Dancehall with a capital D, from the early 80s on, when Jamaican music took a turn away from the heavier, sufferer's themes of the Roots era and became more interested in rocking good times! This set is filled with certified classics, guaranteed to ram the dance and capture the heavyweight title in any soundclash, all bouncing numbers from the pre-digital era through more stripped down Casio-driven treasures. 33 tracks in all, including "Bam Bam" by Yellowman, "Pumpkin Belly" by Tenor Saw, "Cu-Oonuh" by Reggie Stepper, "Agony" by Pinchers, "Diseases" by Michigan & Smiley, "Cool Out Son" by Junior Murvin, "Entertainment" by Triston Palma, "Arleen" by General Echo, "Here I Come" by Barrington Levy, "Chop Chop" by Cutty Ranks, "M16" by Lone Ranger, "Trash & Ready" by Super Cat, "Soon Forward" by Gregory Isaacs, "Dangerous" by Conroy Smith, "I'm Just A Dread/One Shut" by Jacob Miller & Trinity, "Informer" by Lady Ann, 'Wa Do Dem" by Eek A Mouse, "Only Woman DJ With A Degree" by Sister Nancy, "Deaf Ears" by Early B, "Uptown Girl" by Trinity, "Spar With Me" by Toyan, "Jump & Pawn" by Clint Eastwood, "Greetings" byHalf Pint, "Under Mi Sin Teng" by Reggie Stepper and "Call The Brigade" by Frankie Paul. CD
(Out of print.)

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