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Stephen Chang - Always Together

Stephen Chang - Always Together / Sam Carty - Rich Man, Poor Man

BMN/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1280 (US$11.34)

Extremely rare rocksteady masterpiece recorded in 1967. Curiously sang in Chinese, this novelty record was originally pressed and spread within the Chinese commynity in Jamaica. Even though comparing to its entire population this island has exceptionally high rate of musical recordings, this could possibly be the only verified track solely sang in Chinese. One that has always been spoken about due to its oddity and should be succeeded eternally.

Kiddus I, Reggaelation IndependAnce - Flying At Knots

Kiddus I, Reggaelation IndependAnce - Flying At Knots / Reggaelation IndependAnce - Flying At Dub

Dub Store Records JPN2014

¥1480 (US$13.12)

Spiritual message from Kiddus I, the Original Rockers to each and every roots lovers across the board. Backed by one of Japanes most devout band Reggaelation independence, Kiddus is back again with a breathtaking remake of “Flying Knots”.

Kiddus I, Reggaelation IndependAnce - Wake Up

Kiddus I, Reggaelation IndependAnce - Wake Up / Reggaelation IndependAnce - Wake Up Instrumental

Dub Store Records JPN2014

¥1980 (US$17.55)

Legendary rasta artist Kiddus I who mystically appears in the film, Rockers in collaboration with 11 piece Japanese reggae bred fusion band Reggaelation independence. Disco 12” backed with an epic horn instrumental on the flip.

Johnny Osbourne - Inflation

Johnny Osbourne - Inflation / Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥1280 (US$11.34)

80's killer roots by Johnny Osbourne included in his classic album “Warrior” for Techniques. Soulful vocal and strong message is second to none. Backed with a straight version.

Llans Thelwell, Celestials - Llans Plays It All

Llans Thelwell, Celestials - Llans Plays It All

Dub Store Records JPN1966

¥2780 (US$24.64)

Miraculously recorded in 1965 when Ska was at its best, this is one of the rarest and killer LP to date. Llands Plays It All is constructed with a Caribbean coast vibe such as Ska, Jazz, Afto, R&B, Soul, Jump Up, Cha Cha Cha to name a few. However this killer Montegonian band is surprisingly tight, presenting second to none great performances. LP starts with “Jive Samba” by Cannonball Adderley, brilliantly arranged in the Afro-Caribbean Jazz style. Then moving on to some Jamaican R&B, to the featured track of the album “Mughead Ska”, a slightly longer version than the 7” cut (DSR-RN7-01), furthermore there is“Golden Horns”, this is an ultimate selection for all DJ’s and Selectors. This is definitely a must-have for shelves of the Jamaican music lovers.

Marvin Brooks - Old Time Day

Marvin Brooks - Old Time Day / Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1975

¥1280 (US$11.34)

Killer roots from Marvin Brooks of The Techniques singing devotedly on a tight millitant horn beat. Not to mention a heavy deep dubwise.

Thriller U - Raggamuffin Mi Soup

Thriller U - Raggamuffin Mi Soup

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Tonight

¥1280 (US$11.34)

One of Vena's classic rhythms, Tonight. “Raggamuffin Mi Soup” is a joyful reissue by Thriller U singing mistily and emotionally inna real dancehall fashion! Alog with Little John and Tony Tuff cuts, this one marks the most popular amongst all the rest.

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥2500 (US$22.16)

A sombre, controversial masterpiece from the legendary ‘Cool Ruler’.An overlooked classic produced in Waterhouse by King Tubby and unjustly neglected since its original release on the aptly entitled Serious Business label.

Sanchez - Give My Love

Sanchez - Give My Love

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1280 (US$11.34)

Since he started back in the 80's, Sanchez has always been at the forefront of the reggae music. “Give My Love” is his top work from the early days and it's a lovers dancehall killer! Another cut on this rhythm is “Al Campell & Horace Andy ? Dancehall Business”.

Sugar Minott - None Stop Rocking

Sugar Minott - None Stop Rocking

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1280 (US$11.34)

Even though time and trends change drastically in the history Jamaican music however Sugar Minott managed to build a firm existance by his natural talent and trustworthy character. When this man sings he can colour anything from roots, dancehall and lovers to his own. “None Stop Rocking” is an excellent song that really showcases his sweet character.

Hands & Heart - Jah Live

Hands & Heart - Jah Live / Angela Prince - I Don't Wanna Feel Ashamed

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥2100 (US$18.61)

Two awesome Channel 1 singles repressed for the first time ever since their original releases 30+ years. Little is known (to us) about Hands & Heart, other than that the group (?) recorded a tune for Pablo & Everton DaSilva around the same time as they cut a 12" for Channel 1 in the late '70s. This one is a great heavy roots tune with nice synth work. On the other side, this is our second Channel 1 release from Angela Prince, definitely cut at the same time as "Joker Lover" and just as heavy with the same somber tone.

MURO - Mocha Soul 3

MURO - Mocha Soul 3

11154 JPN2016

¥2057 (US$18.23)

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥2268 (US$20.10)

A sombre, controversial masterpiece from the legendary ‘Cool Ruler’.An overlooked classic produced in Waterhouse by King Tubby and unjustly neglected since its original release on the aptly entitled Serious Business label.

Jah Joe - Dreadlocks Song

Jah Joe - Dreadlocks Song / Bullwackies All Stars - Dreadlocks Dub

Aires/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1975

¥1180 (US$10.46)

Deep mystical Wackie's production from Jah Joe (aka Joe Axumite) in chanting deejay mode, one of the best 45's on Aires.

Al Campbell - Down In Babylon

Al Campbell - Down In Babylon / Version

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥1180 (US$10.46)

One killer unreleased blast, straight from 29 Maxfield Avenue. Previously unreleased heater from Al Campbell. From the same sessions as produced his great tune "Jah Army" (coming soon!) is this gem, fantastic early '80s roots, licking back some lyrics he did earlier for producer Larry Lawrence's Ethnic label.

Barry Brown - Jah Jah We Are Calling

Barry Brown - Jah Jah We Are Calling / Take Your Time

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥2100 (US$18.61)

Killer previously unreleased Barry Brown from Channel 1, from early '80s sessions that at one point were slated to make up his aborted second LP for the label. Two slow and heavy Radics rhythms, no doubt these were played on dubplate by some of the sounds of the day.

Hopeton Junior - Reward

Hopeton Junior - Reward / Version

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1983

Worries In The Dance

¥1180 (US$10.46)

Hopeton Junior's "Reward" is one of the baddest cuts on Channel's "Worries in the Dance" rhythm. It was featured on the classic "Worries" rhythm album, but was also one of only two cuts on the rhythm that was released on 7" in JA, with its own unique dub.

Junior Khadaffy - Rampers Music

Junior Khadaffy - Rampers Music / Version

Uprising/Deeper Knowledge US1989

¥1180 (US$10.46)

A mythical tune for all serious digital reggae collectors, finally reissued. The obscure Junior Khadaffy (various spellings!) released only a handful of tunes in the mid-late '80s, but all are fantastic. This one was cut for E&F Studios in the Bronx, ran by the late artist I-Plee. Stereo Fletcher happens to be family to I-Plee, producing several records by the artist for his own labels. But the works went both ways, and Stereo produced this one for release on E&F's in-house label. Slick but killer digital reggae, this one has always reminded us of the production style of Little Kirk's "Weed Them Out", a fantastic arrangement, great vocals and a complex head-nodding rhythm. The original press is extremely rare and the tune is simply too good to remain that way, so here it is, top top top shelf '80s digital, now available for all.

Keithus I - Red Hot

Keithus I - Red Hot / Dub

Jah Dynasty/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1975

¥1180 (US$10.46)

"Red Hot" is an utter masterpiece of raw, rough and ready roots from 1975, and Keithus' first tune. Utilizing a killer rhythm provided by the Barrett Bros. Of the Wailers band, and one of the deadliest organ lines from Tyrone "Organ D" Downie!

Sir Harry - Power House

Sir Harry - Power House / Version

Sir Collins/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US197-

¥1430 (US$12.67)

"Power House" by Sir Harry, another rare beast from the vaults. This track is alternately know by several names, usually based on the cryptic words spoken by Sir Harry in the intro, and bears no real official title, the original release being only on a blank label. The title "Power House" comes from Charlie Morgan's excellent Studio 1 discography, and we've used it here as a nod to his invaluable work. But on to the music, Sir Harry's tune is not so much his own, as the old time chatter only interjects a few odd phrases here and there. Really the tune is a phenomenal instrumental workout on the same rhythm as "You Touch My Soul", with organ and bongo drum overdubs propelling the awesome rhythm forward, while the Invaders' vocals are heard ever so faintly in the background, bleeding thru from the other track on the 2-track master.

Traditions - When (Coloured Vinyl)

Traditions - When (Coloured Vinyl) / Train Is Coming

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥2100 (US$18.61)

Two killer unreleased tunes from the early '80s. The Traditions were a group with seemingly no other released tunes. We suspect one of the members was Roy "Soft" Palmer, the late Greenwich Farm singer. Roy, with only a handful of solo cuts to his name, was seemingly more often a harmony singer than a lead singer, as he was part of both "The Spears" who backed Junior Ross, and "The Nazarines" who backed Frankie Jones (real name Anthony Palmer), who was also Roy's brother. In any case, "When" is at last a next cut to the rhythm used for Barrington Levy's "The Winner", a Channel 1 classic which long time Channel diehards have always wished had more cuts. "Get Ready" aka "Train is Coming" is yet another cut on the immortal "Fight Fight" rhythm which we just can't get enough of, hard Channel style. Both sides with dubs.

Alton Black - Reunited

Alton Black - Reunited

Chopper/Bond Export/Digikiller US

Billie Jean

¥1180 (US$10.46)

The late Alton Black was a part of the NY Chopper crew, and one of NY's most popular artists when he cut "Reunited" on Chopper's killer lick of 'billie jean' now well known via Don Hickey's "Cooperate." All fans of the 'lovers digi' micro-genre (ha!) take note, this one should be near the top of your lists.

Barry Brown - Stone Of The Arrival

Barry Brown - Stone Of The Arrival / Stone Dub

Snowbird/Digikiller Records/Depper Knowledge Records US1983

¥1180 (US$10.46)

One of the hardest and best Barry Brown tunes. From the early '80s, and self-produced, released, and distributed by the late Barry Brown and his wife Lisa, on their own Snowbird label. Only ever issued in tiny quantity on 45 in JA, until now of course very hard to find.

Barry Brown - Them Ha Fi Get A Beatin

Barry Brown - Them Ha Fi Get A Beatin / Roots Radics - Stop The Fighting

Flabba Sounds/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1982

¥2380 (US$21.09)

Produced and arranged by Roots Radics bass player and main man Flabba Holt, these tracks are among Barry's best and have been mostly unavailable since their original release almost thirty years ago. "

Clarence Parks - Things Come To Bump

Clarence Parks - Things Come To Bump / Dub

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥2100 (US$18.61)

The rhythm for this tune is probably familiar to many. It's among a handful of riddims cut at Channel in the early 1980's and shared amongst a group of producers who were very active at the studio during this time. Despite being shelved by Channel, the tune found its way out there on vinyl (a somewhat frequent "mystery" of the 1980s reggae business), and has since cemented its place as one of the baddest cuts on a bad rhythm!

Delroy Wilson - Give Me Your Love

Delroy Wilson - Give Me Your Love / Version

Sir Collins/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1977

Artibella

¥1430 (US$12.67)

The mighty Delroy Wilson, one of Jamaica's biggest artists. "Give Me Your Love" was released on a Delroy LP again on the WARICKA label, which was mostly sold as a blank label pre-release with no cover, although copies with labels and/or a silk-screened cover also exist. This is a phenomenal cut on the mournful and heavy 'Artibella' rhythm, with a killer organ sound that we just love. This tune is backed by a dub cut with horns and bongos, lifted from an extremely rare blank-label Sir Collins compilation LP. We've heard tell that the vocal cut also comes on blank label pre-release 7-inch, but haven't seen it. Can anyone confirm? In any case this tune is one of our favorite of its era, essential to any Delroy Wilson selection.

Don Angelo - General

Don Angelo - General / Mix Down Style Version

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US198-

¥1180 (US$10.46)

Don Angelo, who cut a bunch of tunes for Channel 1 in the early/mid 1980's, but only a few were released. This one, "General", saw release only in the UK thru a licensing deal at the time, and it's a wicked uptempo track in the same vein as some of our recently-issued Tasha productions from the same time, approx. 1984.