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Bunny Wailer - Rise & Shine

Bunny Wailer - Rise & Shine / Solomonic Dub

Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥2180 (US$19.99)

Bunny continued to release records throughout the seventies that were never less than excellent and, as the new decade got underway, he came forward with one of his best ever releases: the militant clarion call 'Rise And Shine'. Stretched over two momentous sides of a UK twelve inch release, the record was a huge hit, but has been unavailable ever since. Bunny returned to the song on his superb 'Liberation' album at the close of the decade but the original cut has remained one of the most in-demand records on the 'revival' circuit.

Aston 'Family Man' Barrett - Well Pleased

Aston 'Family Man' Barrett - Well Pleased / Pleasing Dub

Fam's/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥1480 (US$13.57)

Recorded at the same session as Cobra Style, this is a peace and love instrumental that touches your heartstrings. Perhaps designed by Family Man himself, this is a piece to chill out after being done by the killer, Cobra Style as it was originally recorded on the B-side of the same 12” ? a must have for the owner of the latter. Although the instrumentals have traditionally been recorded since the 60’s, due to the cut down on the recording cost, it started to diminish since the end of the 70’s and it was really rare to see them in the 80’s, so that make it an undoubtedly precious and prestige instrumental. Comparing this to Cobra Style, there could be an endless discussion arguing which one is better however since they have such different musical concepts to each other, leave them alone to appreciate the true listening experience.

Don Hutson - Got To Leave This Place

Don Hutson - Got To Leave This Place / Dynamite Hudson

Ashandan/Dub Store Records JPN1973

¥1480 (US$13.57)

Recorded in 1973 accompanied by the Wailers, this truly rare masterpiece was fronted by Don Hutson, an executive of the severe Rastafarian organization, Twelve Tribes of Israel. Produced by former Jamaican National Football Team player, Allan ‘Skill’ Cole, it was released by Tuff Gong in 1973 and known as an extremely rare shot that collectors have been searching for all over the place. This beautifully sparkling classic spiritual reggae piece is undoubtedly one of the top 10s released in 1973. If you love reggae, we presume that you won’t be able to avoid this masterpiece.

Aston 'Family Man' Barrett - Cobra Style

Aston 'Family Man' Barrett - Cobra Style / Cobra Style Dub

Fam's/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥1480 (US$13.57)

A minor chord killer instrumental - the corpus of all the Family Man sounds. It is also a monumental piece of the Wailers Band. Like Eastern Memphis, this is one of the most talked about Family Man masterpiece. It clearly shows Family Man’s musical versatility not only as a bassist, but as a master musician. Although funnily enough it was the time when Jamaica was largely dominated by Deejays and Dancehall, the world famous Wailers Band never betrayed their fans by tightly keeping their “Wailers Sound”. It is a pleasure to listen to the strong belief and confidence in their music.

Bunny Wailer - Rule Dancehall

Bunny Wailer - Rule Dancehall / Rule Dancehall Version

Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.57)

Bunny produced a string of hits during the dance hall explosion of eighties where, backed by The Roots Radics, he continued to show the new generation how it should be done. The greatest of his dance hall style records was the self explanatory 'Rule Dance Hall' from 1987 originally released on the album of the same name and subsequently issued as a seven inch single. "East, west north and south I rule the land. I play original style while others play version…"

Peter Tosh, Solomonic Reggae Star - Anti-Apartheid

Peter Tosh, Solomonic Reggae Star - Anti-Apartheid / Solomonic Reggae Star - Solidarity

Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN1976

¥1480 (US$13.57)

Peter Tosh was the first reggae artist to realise the limitless possibilities of the melodica (listen to the Wailers' first Tuff Gong release 'Sun Is Shining') and here he adds its haunting power to one of Bunny's best ever rhythms the prophetic 'Amagideon' from 'Black Heart Man'. The melodica phrases and the subtle, restrained mixing on both sides of this single bring out all the brooding introspection and mystery in the track.

Ashanti Wah - Elegant Shape

Ashanti Wah - Elegant Shape / Family Man - Elegant Dub

Fam's/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.57)

Invaluable hard Dancehall steppers by Family Man produced in the twilight of the Digital era.The Ragga sound at its peak after the Digital Revolution, Family Man still remains to be the trusted person of influence. His iconic hard steppers style bass line is non exceptional at this era, so deep like in immovability like a mountain. Ashanti Wah recorded this piece a few times after, however none of them comes even as close as this cut. Officially first time to be released as a single.

Family Man, Knotty Roots - Distant Drums

Family Man, Knotty Roots - Distant Drums / Version

Fam's/Dub Store Records JPN1973

Run Come Rally

¥1480 (US$13.57)

A nyabingi style killer instrumental of the roots classic Love Thy Neighbours by Jesus Dread a.k.a. Vivian Jackson.Created by a combination ? the diversity of a series of personalities of the Wailers with the strict Rastaman, Vivian Jackson, this authentic Rastafari sound comes with no compromise.

Family Man, Rebel Arms - Eastern Memphis

Family Man, Rebel Arms - Eastern Memphis / Wailers - Rebel Am I

Cobra/Dub Store Records JPN1973

¥1480 (US$13.57)

This is the quintessence of the Wailers lead by Familyman, playing a killer horn instrumental and the dubwise. Arguably one of the most accomplished reggae instrumentals to date. The Wailers consisting of the Barrett brothers is without a doubt the number one band of the era, showcasing their full confidence which later gets praised by the entire world. The bold and courageous, yet ambitious and highly spirited, everything you need to get out of the Caribbean ghetto to the world is heard in this miraculous recording.

Family Man, Rebel Arms - Family Man Skank

Family Man, Rebel Arms - Family Man Skank / Dub Combination

Cobra/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥1480 (US$13.57)

The finest instrumental dub that deserves the name, Familyman and the Rebel Arms. A piece never really got released back then.It is Familyman’s specialty to express his infinite creativity on instrumentals. As expected, he easily achieved higher dimension with these two minimalistically structured pieces. Nothing but a Familyman’s sound played by no other than the Wailers band themselves. In addition, he may have played this superb synthesizer himself.Guaranteed you won’t hear this sort of sound anywhere else.

Johnny Scar - United Africa

Johnny Scar - United Africa / Dub It In Africa

Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥2180 (US$19.99)

Bunny Wailer, respectfully called “The Blackheart Man”, produced Johnny Scar’s one-off recording ‘United Africa’. The mystic singer wrote this heavy roots song and sang with his unique chant like a voice of the roots reggae icon, Burning Spear. And the song appeared as 12”on the Solomonic Production imprint in 1986.

Junior Murvin (Junior Soul) - Rescue The Children

Junior Murvin (Junior Soul) - Rescue The Children / Rescue The Children Version

Move & Groove/Dub Store Records JPN1974

¥1380 (US$12.65)

Recorded in 1974, this is Junior Murvin's first Roots tune ever. Having always been sought after by collectors, this song is possibly the ultimate classic. This is a completely different take from the one Junior Murvin recorded for Lee Perry in 1977 for the “Police and Thieves” LP distributed by Island. Undoubtedly this is one of Murvin’s best tunes, which should be in every collector’s record box.

Kiddus I - Fire Burn

Kiddus I - Fire Burn / Fire Burn Version

Shepherd/Dub Store Records JPN1979

¥1980 (US$18.15)

12"single from the previously released album 'Rockers: Graduation In Zion 1978-1979 (DSR-LP-001)'. Kiddus I originally recorded 'Fire Burn' in 1973 but the master tape went missing. The song was re-recorded at Tuff Gong in 1978 for his debut album 'Jah Power, Jah Glory' but it remained unreleased. Surprisingly, the track has the same bassline to Bunny Wailer's 'Amagideon' and it is said Bunny adopted it from the 'Fire Burn', which were originally recorded in 1973. The most dreadful song amongst his unreleased material and 9 minutes of jazzy performance is just a miracle. The B-side contains a version to the A-side.

Maria Anderson - Cottage By The Sea Side

Maria Anderson - Cottage By The Sea Side / Woman In Love

Cobra/Dub Store Records JPN1975

¥1480 (US$13.57)

Beautifully shinning golden female Lover's Rock.At this time, the Wailers band didn't play much of those sweet love songs, however this 7” definitely proves Familyman’s versatile musical orientation. A truly tight rhythm section beautifully blends with this rather unknown singer’s superb voice making these nothing but a masterpiece. A heart calming double-sider.

Jimmy Riley - We're Gonna Make It

Jimmy Riley - We're Gonna Make It / Family Man - Dub Maker

Fam's/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥1480 (US$13.57)

A dignified roots vocal that represents the sounds of the Wailers of the time. In the 60’s, as known as the prime of time for Rocksteady, Jimmy Riley used to sing for a vocal group called the Uniques. Back then, Familyman was playing as a part of the infamous session band, the Hippy Boys in the heart of Kingston.The first ever recording of those two goes way back in 1968, so it must have been quite a reunion in this studio session.This piece was recorded around about the same time as the Cobra Style, and exactly as Familyman plotted, the veteran, Jimmy achieved the great Wailers sound. In the 60’s, as known as the prime of time for Rocksteady, Jimmy Riley used to sing for a vocal group called the Uniques. Back then, Familyman was playing as a part of the infamous session band, the Hippy Boys in the heart of Kingston.The first ever recording of those two goes way back in 1968, so it must have been quite a reunion in this studio session.This piece was recorded around about the same time as the Cobra Style, and exactly as Familyman plotted, the veteran, Jimmy achieved the great Wailers sound.

Scion Success - Jah Is My Hero

Scion Success - Jah Is My Hero / Jug Head - Joyce Gone; Dub

Dub Irator/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1991/ 1986

¥2480 (US$22.74)

Scion Success' "Jah Is My Hero" was originally released in 1991 on a Jah Life 12" in New York, and is one of the ruffest digital roots tunes we've heard. On the flip side, from the mid 1980's, is "Joyce Gone" by Jug Head. Originally released during the mid 80's in NY on a Dub Irator 12", this is one of the heaviest songs of lost love, a slow and bottom heavy rhythm with great synths, followed by a hard dub cut. Please note, the Scion Success tune is vocal only, as on the original release.

Wailers - Guided Missile

Wailers - Guided Missile / Work

Fam's/Dub Store Records JPN1975

¥1480 (US$13.57)

Jackie Mittoo’s all time classic interpreted deadly by Familyman, backed with the one off style instrumental accompanied by astonishingly cool chant.It would never be possible to mass-produce this kind of highly creative and artistic piece by mainstream producers. This would only have happened by the world’s top class band that they are.