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BUNNY WAILER / SOLOMONIC SINGLES 1: TREAD ALONG 1969-1976 & SOLOMONIC SINGLES 2: RISE & SHINE 1977-1986
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Chanted and Played by SONS OF NEGUS / Very Rare Nyahbingi 45 Series
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DUB STORE RECORDS PRESENTS  Studio One 7”Series
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VENA Releases
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Ernest Ranglin CDs
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LJU Releases
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LJ7 Releases
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Merritone Releases Part. 11
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Llans Thelwell Releases
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Solomonic Production Presents Bunny Wailer 3nd Releases
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22nd Jan 2014 Ashandan 1 Single Releases!
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22nd Jan 2014 Redman 1 Single Releases!
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Derrick Harriott
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Federal 12inch Release
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Kiddus I Release
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United Africa Release
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King Jammys Special
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Kentone 45rpm Releases
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King Jammys 45rpm Releases Part2
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King tubbys 45s Release
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King Jammys 45s Release
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Solomonic Production Presents Bunny Wailer 'The Blackheart Man'
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サー・コリンズ リリース特集 キラ・シスタ 10inchリリース スタジオ・ワン オフィシャルTシャツ
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Profiles
artist hall of fame
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Count Ossie

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: Jun 21, 2017
Count Ossie was the foremost exponent of Rasta drumming; his bass drum adorned with Psalm 133 ‘Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity’. His presence continues to be felt as an intuitive act of faith demonstrating an unbroken link with Jamaican music’s shared ancestral and cultural heritage.
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Delroy Wilson

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: Jun 14, 2017
Compared to a number of his contemporaries Delroy Wilson never seemed to be really respected or recognised outside of the traditional reggae audience. But he is one of the greatest singers and songwriters to ever come out of Jamaica… a country justifiably famed for its singers and songwriters.
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Shaggy

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: Jun 7, 2017
The world’s top selling Jamaican artist Shaggy has achieved more UK & USA Number One hits than any other reggae act…
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Bob And Marcia

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: May 31, 2017
These ‘one hit wonders’ from way back when are actually Bob Andy and Marcia Griffiths: two giants of Jamaican music whose work is inextricably entwined with the development of reggae music and whose innumerable hits stretch from the sixties up to the present day.
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Bob Andy

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: May 24, 2017
Bob Andy is one of the finest singers and songwriters ever and his work, both lyrically and rhythmically, forms an integral part of reggae's musical vocabulary.
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Gay Feet / High Note

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: Jan 4, 2017
Sonia Pottinger was Jamaica’s first and foremost female record producer; her husband, Lyndon O. Pottinger, was one of the unacknowledged founding fathers of Jamaican music.
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Solomonic

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: May 17, 2016
“The music is a river of conviction, flowing past sadness, pain, oppression and rejection into the hope of the glorious kingdom of Jah Jah.“ Jean Fairweather
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Techniques

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: Apr 15, 2016
“Yet I want nothing out of it. A man can get fi him credit. I get my credit from the work I do.” Winston Riley
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Channel One

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: Sep 25, 2014
Well charged, disco mixed and hit bound… “no other Jamaican studio was to have quite the same impact in 1975 to 1976 or exert as much influence on the direction of the music.” Steve Barrow & Peter Dalton
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Observer

Text by Harry Hawks
Update: Jul 14, 2014
One of Jamaica’s most inventive and radical record producers ‘The Observer’ Holness has always been a name to watch out for…
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Party Time


Update: Apr 15, 2016
Classical Rock Steady rhythm recorded at Studio One, the original cut was performed by Heptones in 1967.
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54 46 Was My Number


Update: Jan 27, 2012
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Twice My Age

Text by Dub Store Sound Inc.
Update: Sep 5, 2011
A massive combination hit song by Shabba Ranks and Krystal. Another prominent rhythm / song of the 80's dancehall produced by Augustus Gussie Clarke.
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Heptones Gonna Fight

Text by Dub Store Sound Inc.
Update: Aug 25, 2015
Another Rock Steady masterpiece recorded at Studio One. Performed by a vocal trio named Heptones.
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Action


Update: Jun 21, 2011
A major international hit song / rhythm produced by Dave Kelly on his Mad House label.
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