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1
Sister Nancy - Bam Bam

Sister Nancy - Bam Bam / King Tubby - Stalag Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1985

Stalag

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Along with Sleng Teng and Tempo, Stalag is without the doubt the biggest dancehall rhythm of the 80's. Bam Bam especially needs no introduction been sampled countless times on various genres and appearing on films etc.

4
Michael Prophet - Copa Come

Michael Prophet - Copa Come / Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1985

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Prolific and long standing label Techniques had numerous hits over the years. However “The Copa Come” is a hidden classic by Michael Prophet and possibly the most dangerous tune released after 1985. Great crossover contains both roots and dancehall goodness.

10
Keith & Tex - Stop That Train

Keith & Tex - Stop That Train / Bobby Ellis, Jets - Feeling Peckish

Move & Groove/Dub Store Records JPN1967

Stop That Train

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Without any explanation, ‘Stop That Train’ by Keith & Tex is a true Rocksteady classic of all times. The song stands tall in Reggae music history and a biggest hit among Derrick Harriott’s catalogue. Side B features Memphis Soul Rocksteady instrumental, just like a trendy song from Stax Records. Now reissued for the first time with these original recordings on both sides.

12
Marvels - Rocksteady

Marvels - Rocksteady / Lloyd Chamers - Travelling On

FRM/Dub Store Records JPN1972

¥1480 (US$13.33)

This funky reggae classic go way beyond the boundary of reggae music and reaching to every music lover out there. Beginning with the killer drum break, the Aretha Franklin cover is built to move everyone’s body! Backed with slick instrumentals produced by Lloyd Charmers, it’s about time this 7” gets reissued.

13
Stephen Chang - Always Together

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

BMN/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Extremely rare rocksteady masterpiece recorded in 1967. Curiously sang in Chinese, this novelty record was originally pressed and spread within the Chinese community 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.

14
Nitty Gritty - Malfunction

Nitty Gritty - Malfunction

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Legendary dancehall artist, Nitty Gritty's unarguable digital killer for Vena! Glamorous out of key style in the proper 80's manner, along with Delroy Katt and Sanchez this cut is a must have, regardless.

15
Trevor Levy - So Long

Trevor Levy - So Long

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Known for his work for Firehouse in the 80's, here comes a long expected reissue of Trevor Levy's lyrically appealing piece. Soulfully singing upon a heavy bouncy rhythm, the structure is simple and that's why it's timeless.

20
Derrick Harriott - Rock Steady Party

Derrick Harriott - Rock Steady Party

Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥2880 (US$25.95)

A faultless selection of seriously sublime rock steady from Derrick Harriott. A timeless classic where one of the pivotal pioneers of Jamaican music lays down sweet melodies, mellow grooves and wall to wall soul.

22
Sugar Minott - None Stop Rocking

Sugar Minott - None Stop Rocking

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1480 (US$13.33)

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.

23
Blues Busters - I Won't Let You Go

Blues Busters - I Won't Let You Go / Love Me Forever

Kentone/BMN/Dub Store Records JPN1964

¥1480 (US$13.33)

The big hit Ska classic everybody loves, sang by one of the top groups of the 60’s!! Along with the Maytals and the Wailers, the Blues Busters were one of the top groups at the time, however commercially they were going more of a mainstream than the others. Since their career goes way back in the late 50’s, they must have been idolized by so many of those who made their debut later in the Ska era. This is an essential mainstream Ska classic by the brilliantly skilled duo in their best form backed by no other than Byron Lee.

25
Johnny Osbourne - Inflation

Johnny Osbourne - Inflation / Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥1480 (US$13.33)

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.

26
Keith & Tex - Tonight

Keith & Tex - Tonight / Lynn Taitt, Desmond Miles Seven - You've Caught Me

Move & Groove/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1380 (US$12.43)

A star duo at the Harriott’s production, Keith & Tex’s‘Tonight’is also the everlasting masterpiece in the history of Reggae music. There were many essential songs in his production from 1967 to 68 but‘Tonight’is obviously the most indispensable one. Lynn Tait plays a beautiful instrumental version to Melodians’ hit ‘You’ve Caught Me’ on the flip side. Reissued with these original recordings on both sides.

27
Tony Tuff - Ram Dance Style

Tony Tuff - Ram Dance Style

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Tonight

¥1480 (US$13.33)

A very well-acquainted Dancehall classic rhythm "Tonight". Vena's version is without a doubt one of the top rated remakes alongside Jammys'. Melodious and melancholic arrangement meets Tonny Tuff's gourgeous singing - it's the true charm of Dancehall music.

31
Thriller U - Raggamuffin Mi Soup

Thriller U - Raggamuffin Mi Soup

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Tonight

¥1480 (US$13.33)

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.

32
Half Pint - Greetings

Half Pint - Greetings

Power House1985

Heavenless

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Half Pint’s massive hit on Sly & Robbie remake of Heavenless for Powerhouse which pretty much needs no introduction. It is said that this it the first ever tune the word “Raggamuffin” was used and has been praised as the dancehall anthem to date!

33
Don Drummond - Don D Special

Don Drummond - Don D Special / Fidel

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1580 (US$14.23)

The miraculous take of 'Fidel' which never came out back then! This is one of the most killer yet wonderfully tasteful masterpiece out of all the Don Drummond recordings. You wouldn’t call them fans if they didn’t know about ‘Fidel’, however this particular version has only been released on CD in the 90’s when Sir Coxsone compiled the “In Memory Of Don Drummond”. The monumental piece with the well deserved name, ‘Don D Special’ on the flip.

34
Owen Gray - Give Me A Little Sign

Owen Gray - Give Me A Little Sign / Raver

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1580 (US$14.23)

A perfect, yet low-keyed, Studio One Rocksteady double A-sided masterpiece!! Recorded in 1967 while Clement Dodd and Soul Vendors were on tour in the UK. The former Jamaican popular singer Owen Gray, who had already been living there then, voiced these unique pieces. It sounds very different from the ones recorded at Brentford Road, although both tunes certainly have the “Coxsone Sound” ? A masterpiece that is refined, and maximize the talent of this one-time star. Only ‘The Raver’ was recorded from the original master-tape.

35
Junior Soul - Hustler

Junior Soul - Hustler / Bongo Herman, Les - Home Sweet Home

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1969/ 1971

¥1380 (US$12.43)

The Hustler' is one of Junior Murvin's, who gained international success later in his career, earliest works and is a rare tune that collectors have been after for many years. Made in 1969, this is also one of most popular up-tempo early Reggae tunes and undoubtedly the masterpiece. The flip side is the version to the A-side that featured keyboard and percussion.

36
Tomorrow's Children - Bang Bang Rock Steady

Tomorrow's Children - Bang Bang Rock Steady / Rain (Rock Steady)

Merritone/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Tomorrow's Children were probably favored by uptown youths rather than downtown Rudies because of their funky, hard hitting sounds and lyrics. With those elements, they successfully created own killer style, which can be undoubtedly heard with ‘Bang Bang Rock Steady'. The group also versioned the Beatles' 'Rain' in fine Rocksteady style. The original record was released in 1967.

37
Delroy Katt - Rum Nuh Rap Up

Delroy Katt - Rum Nuh Rap Up

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Long-expected reissue of Delroy Katt’s killer digital for Vena. This popular rhythm also featured the likes of Ricky Chaplin and Daddy Freddy. On this tune Delroy sings subdued but with sure presence showcasing the highly skilled performance.

39
Skatalites - Freedom Sounds

Skatalites - Freedom Sounds / Freedom Sounds (Early Take)

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1964

¥1580 (US$14.23)

‘Freedom Sounds’ is the glorious introduction to the iconic Ska LP “Ska Authentic from Studio One”, and also known as the opening theme for the band’s live performances. What’s more exciting is the early take unearthed for the very first time! Although it nearly got released with the 64-65’ masterpiece ‘From Russia With Love’, then eventually got cancelled due to the release of “Ska Authentic” LP. Compare to the ordinary recording that we’re familiar with, the unreleased take comes rougher but that is also brilliant and it will sound miraculously to all the Ska fans. There have been occasions that the band played this version at number of gigs, though it depends on who was leading the performance.

42
Daddy Freddie - Bad Boy A Street

Daddy Freddie - Bad Boy A Street

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Turn On The Heat

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Same rhythm to “Sanchez & Stinger Man - Hello Josephine”, a dangerous Daddy Freddy cut on one of Vena’s most iconic “Turn On The Heat” rhythm has now been pressed on a 7” for the first time. Freddy’s lyrical machine-gun is right up on “Bad Boy A Street”!

43
Bobby Ellis, Desmond Miles Seven - Step Softly

Bobby Ellis, Desmond Miles Seven - Step Softly / Derrick Harriott - Walk The Streets

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Another enduring Rocksteady instrumental masterpiece by Bobby Ellis and Derrick Harriott’s timeless love song echoes sweet and bitter. Cool and dark ‘Step Softly’ is one of the most signature songs for Bobby Ellis and the greatest Rocksteady instrumental of all. The flip side is a best example of Harriott’s distinctive sound in Rocksteady era. The set of recordings are now reissued with original songs on both side.

44
Willie Lindo - Far And Distant

Willie Lindo - Far And Distant

Dub Store Records JPN1974

¥2880 (US$25.95)

Celebrated session guitarist, Willie Lindo, steps from behind the scenes and into the spotlight to deliver some top class original compositions and sublime cover versions.

45
Ernest Ranglin - Boss Reggae

Ernest Ranglin - Boss Reggae

Dub Store Records JPN1970

¥2880 (US$25.95)

Guitar genius Ernest Ranglin takes time out from his jazz roots and showcases his fluid skills on a selection of sweet, sensational 1969 style crossover hits… a pivotal year for the international success of Jamaican music.

46
Delroy Katt - Pray To The Father

Delroy Katt - Pray To The Father

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Malfunction

¥1480 (US$13.33)

One of the most accomplished producers of Dancehall era, Philip 'Fatis' Burrell who launched Vena label in the 80's and succeeded onto Xterminator until milleniums. Dub Store Records are delighted to present his highly sought after Dancehall materials to the world. This is a killer cut from "Nitty Gritty - Mulfunction" segment, Delroy Katt singing in well-trained voice riding on nimble and firing rhythm.

47
Keith & Tex - Hypnotizing Eyes

Keith & Tex - Hypnotizing Eyes / Down The Street

Move & Groove/Dub Store Records JPN1968

¥1380 (US$12.43)

By Keith & Tex, a vocal duo who represented Derrick Harriott's production, 「Hypnotizing Eyes」 was a hugely popular tune released at the end of Rocksteady era. The B-side,「Down The Street」was a pioneering sound of up-tempo Reggae that became the major style in 1969. From 1968 to 69, they recorded enough songs to make an album and amazingly all of them were top-notch. Re-issued original songs on both sides.

48
Kiddus I, Reggaelation IndependAnce - Flying At Knots

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

Dub Store Records JPN2014

¥1480 (US$13.33)

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 IndependAnce, Kiddus is back again with a breathtaking remake of “Flying Knots”.

50
Hopeton Lewis - Cool Collie

Hopeton Lewis - Cool Collie / This Poor Boy

Merritone/Dub Store Records JPN1966

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Originally released in 1966, 'Cool Collie' is sometimes considered as one of the first Rocksteady recordings. With hard hit paformance by the back band, Hepetone Lewis sings to free Ganja which is the one of the essential elements of Jamaican music tradition.B-side, Mr. Rocksteady performs a bitter love song in a minor key.

51
Sanchez - My Baby

Sanchez - My Baby / Make It Up Baby

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

Malfunction

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Still topping charts to date, this is one of Sanchez’ early hits recorded for Vena in the 80’s. Dub Store also presenting Nitty Gritty and Delroy Katt’s reissue on the same rhythm as well. Skilful and smooth flow backed with an alternative take that was only available on his LP previously.

52
Hopeton Lewis - Take It Easy With The Rock Steady Beat

Hopeton Lewis - Take It Easy With The Rock Steady Beat

Dub Store Records JPN1966

¥2880 (US$25.95)

A fundamental album released in 1966 that determined the way Rocksteady was going to journey. In 1966, Rude Boys were at the peak of the fame with their notorious behaviors, while Ska gradually started to slow down its tempo. This album paved the way for a newborn music, Rocksteady, with rather slower and tighter rhythm approach. This album should be considered as one of the ten most important albums in Reggae history. The descent from Ska, which had its derivation from Jazz or Rhythm and Blues, to Rocksteady, with its various potential elements which would be passed to the next decade of Reggae, has been allegedly created in this album with Trinidadian guitarist Lynn Taitt and his band The Jets as the backing band. Entitled “Take It Easy With The Rock Steady Beat!”, most of the tunes featured in this album were written for praising dancehall as if he’d have known this genre was going to rule the dance floors. Among the tunes in this album, “This Music Got Soul” was the coolest of all and called out the dawn of the Rocksteady era. This tune had a huge influence on the future developments of Reggae music.

53
Marvin Brooks - Old Time Day

Marvin Brooks - Old Time Day / Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1975

¥1480 (US$13.33)

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

54
Junior Brammer - Princess Street

Junior Brammer - Princess Street

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Known for his works for Joe Gibbs in the 70's, a highly significant deejay Trinity had a lesser know phase as a singer Junior Brammer in the 80's. Pricess Street is cryptic but an exquisite killer of Brammer projecting his sense of melodies as well as cool and refined voice.

55
Sanchez - Give My Love

Sanchez - Give My Love

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1480 (US$13.33)

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”.

57
Conroy Smith - Sugar Me

Conroy Smith - Sugar Me / Sugar Me Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Tonight

¥1280 (US$11.53)

A few titles has been released on Suguar Minott’s ‘Conscious Lover’ rhythm but ‘Sugar Me’ by Conroy Smith is one of the most wanted records on the rhythm among collectors. On this smooth drifting rhythm, he sings mournfully but also with his sweet lyrics.

58
Prince Junior - Crucial Boy

Prince Junior - Crucial Boy / Crucial Boy Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1985

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Prince Junior’s ‘Crucial Boy’ appeared on the King Jammy’s classic LP [Prince Jammy Presents VOL. 2]. Although he recorded a few songs for King Jammy in 1986, much information about the artist remains unknown. However, this ‘crucial ’song preaches equal rights, Justice and Love & Unity over his high-pitched weeping voice with his conscious and profound lyrics.

60
Nitty Gritty - Brown In The Ring (Miss Credit To King Kong)

Nitty Gritty - Brown In The Ring (Miss Credit To King Kong) / Brown In The Ring Dub

King Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Killer digital from one of the iconic figures of the 80's dancehall, Nitty Gritty recorded straight from the master tape. Refined out of key virtuoso stands out on a melancholic heavy weight rhythm.

61
Blues Busters - Soon You'll Be Gone

Blues Busters - Soon You'll Be Gone / I Don't Know

Sunshine/BMN/Dub Store Records JPN1964

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Another smash hit Ska masterpiece by the Blues Busters, the superstar duo who had been dominating the Jamaican pop music industry since the 50’s!! Covering the American hits as their specialty, the popular group had left a number of Jamaican souls, although only a few ska hits. Out of those few, this is undoubtedly another one of the most considerable tunes they had left. An excellent singing melody sparkles on top of the Byron Lee’s iconic softly touched bass line.

62
Roy Richards - Summertime

Roy Richards - Summertime / Sound Dimension - Soulful Strut

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1969

¥1580 (US$14.23)

A harmonica instrumental version of the all time favorite, Summertime and instrumental cover version of the Soul classic. Both are great interpretations of instrumental covers that are ranked definitely as two of the greatest Rocksteady tunes. Taken straight from its master tape, Summertime is a masterpiece that condensed the splendor of the blinded harmonica maestro and famed vocalist, Roy Richards. Originally released in 1968 by Young Holt Unlimited and scored a big hit, this great cover of the Soul classic, which sounds easily fitting the pattern of Sir Coxsone’s taste who was the huge fan of US hits, was played loosely and effortlessly by then newly formed Sound Dimension.

63
Don Drummond - Last Call

Don Drummond - Last Call / Last Call Take 2

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Known as a synonym for “killer”, this is one of the best singles released on Studio 1 by Don Drummond, including another precious take that’s been previously unreleased. Compare to any other artists, the extreme tension that Don Drummond brings into his sessions were next level. His trombone skills were above genius and it is clear to hear his strong personality and humanity through his music. With his works being released on Studio One and other productions, he had established the “Far Eastern Sound” which still lives today in Jamaica. The fact all the music that was influenced by this sound has been evaluated since therefore it is a proof of how his music is universality. It is interesting that all the unreleased Skatalites tracks from this era have different solo phrases each time, showing how valuable these recordings are for the archive.

64
Glenn Riccs - I've Been Waiting For You

Glenn Riccs - I've Been Waiting For You / I've Been Waiting

Seraf (Org)199-

Info: Original Press

¥3800 ¥3040 (US$27.39)

65
Banana Man - Musical Murder

Banana Man - Musical Murder / Musical Murder Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Wicked Can't Run Away

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Although Banana Man is not a famous figure in the business as he was not a prolific artist, his funs still remember his soundsystem anthems and his unique name. ‘Musical Murder’ considerably one of his best works on the King Jammy’s digitally versioned ‘Wicked Can’t Run Awa’ rhythm.

66
Nitty Gritty - Good Morning Teacher

Nitty Gritty - Good Morning Teacher / Good Morning Teacher Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1984

Stalag

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Nitty Gritty output his hit songs like 'Hog In A Minty' and 'Run Down The World' at Jammys and he had chemistry with minor chord digital rhythms. 'Good Morning Teacher' on 'Stalag' rhythm is a superb song showcases his unique vocal style and lyrics.

67
Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥2880 (US$25.95)

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.

69
Blues Busters - There's Always Sunshine

Blues Busters - There's Always Sunshine / Maytals - Sometimes (Love Is A Special Feeling)

Sunshine/BMN/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1480 (US$13.33)

A magnificent Rocksteady piece in one-off style sang by one of the groups that represent the golden age of Ska. Since the number of their recordings decreased devastatingly after the Ska era, this truly is a rare Rocksteady made in its top form with the veteran’s dignity. In addition, this is the own Rocksteady cover version of one of their first ever recordings at the Coxsone’s in 1960.

70
Junior Soul - Glendevon Special

Junior Soul - Glendevon Special / Magic Touch

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1968

¥1380 (US$12.43)

As Junior Soul, Junior Murvin recorded definitely the greatest Rocksteady tune,「Glendevon Special」 on early days of his recording career. This tune is also unique among Derrick Harriott's catalog and it proves how wide varieties his production was. This song is rare that many collectors have been looking for years.

71
Derrick Harriott - Do I Worry

Derrick Harriott - Do I Worry / Bobby Ellis, Crystalites - Shuntin

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1968

¥1380 (US$12.43)

‘Do I Worry’is as important Rocksteady tune as Derrick Harriott’s other hit‘The Loser’in his vast catalog. The B-side features powerful horn blow and Bobby Ellis’ trumpet solo is nicely done. Reissued with these original recordings on both sides.

72
Wayne Smith - E20

Wayne Smith - E20 / In Thing

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1985

B: Come

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Wayne Smith scored numerous hits at Jammys and one well known is 'Under Mi Sleng Teng'. He also released same title album 'Under Mi Sleng Teng' where he showcased wavy & choppy 'E20' and crisp & clear song 'In Thing' on further computerized [Barrington Levy - Come] rhythm.

73
Johnny Osbourne - In The Area (What A La La)

Johnny Osbourne - In The Area (What A La La) / In The Area (What A La La) Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1984

Stalag

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Among rhythms produced in 80's dancehall scene, 'Sleng Teng' by King Jammy and Firehouse produced 'Tempo' are considerably the most respected; however, you can never forget 'Stalag' rhythm by Winston Riley lead Techniques, too. King Jammy reproduced this 'Stalag' rhythm with Sly & Robbie and in result, it created shadier atmosphere in comparison to the original Techniques' version. This is certainly another anthem of Jammys!

74
Bunny Wailer - Rise & Shine (Edge Warp)

Bunny Wailer - Rise & Shine (Edge Warp) / Solomonic Dub

Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥2180 (US$19.64)

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.

76
Uniques - Danger

Uniques - Danger

Observer1998

¥2480 (US$22.34)

81
Don Hutson - Got To Leave This Place

Don Hutson - Got To Leave This Place / Dynamite Hudson

Ashandan/Dub Store Records JPN1973

¥1480 (US$13.33)

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.

82
Monty Alexander, Cyclones - Summertime

Monty Alexander, Cyclones - Summertime / Dog It

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1962

¥1580 (US$14.23)

An exotic cover of the standard - by young Monty Alexander for Studio One. Its heavy and exotic arrangement by Monty’s own the Cyclones could well be the version of the famous “Summertime” that Jamaica has been proud of, and also out of million others to date this stands out as one of the most distinguished covers of all. From a number of Coxsone’s own labels, this is one of the rarest and includes nice shuffle-instrumental on the other side like the original press. A very rare piece that the collectors have been searching for.

83
Chosen Few - Am I Black Enough

Chosen Few - Am I Black Enough / Psychedelic Train

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1972/ 1970

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Undoubtedly one of the best Funky Reggae tunes from Derrick Harriott's production, "Am I Black Enough" was originally a Billy Paul hit and has been covered by Derrick Harriott and Chosen Few who were into the Black Power movement at the time. The B-side "Psychedelic Train" is one of the earliest Funky Reggae instrumental songs which made Derrick Harriott recognized for his Funk-influenced style to listeners.

84
Nitty Gritty - Play Round The World (Heavyweight Vinyl)

Nitty Gritty - Play Round The World (Heavyweight Vinyl) / Kill Them All

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1986

Run Down The World

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Nitty Gritty updates his major hit song 'Run Round The World' to 'Play Around The World'. This dubplate simply praises King Jammys Super Power and he warns sound boys by singing "Jammys is the sound where play around the world,,, don't test Jammy sound”.

85
Ernest Ranglin, Selected Group - Free Form

Ernest Ranglin, Selected Group - Free Form / Skalvouvia

Kentone/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1480 (US$13.33)

One of the most rare double A-sided singles recorded under direction of Ernest Ranglin, who was the musical director of Federal Recording Studio at the time. While this jazzy instrumental features superbsolos by trumpet and alto saxophone, Ernie leads this minor track from beginning to end and showcases his mighty guitar playing. On the flipside, remarkable solos by trumpet and alto saxophone are again featured on the bright mid-tempo track. The original 7inch format is almost impossible to find. These recordings are simply elegant Ska Instrumentals.

86
Skatalites - Ghost Town

Skatalites - Ghost Town / Dibby & The Astronauts - Please Beverley

Top Deck1965

¥900
¥399 (US$3.59) Limited Time Offer

92
Anthony Red Rose, King Kong - Two Big Bull In A One Pen

Anthony Red Rose, King Kong - Two Big Bull In A One Pen

Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥2880 (US$25.95)

Digital masterpiece from King Tubby’s re-constructed recording studio. Two of the biggest stars from the dawn of the digital era meet in a head to head clash at the King’s state of the art Firehouse headquarters.

95
King Everal - Things Going To Happen

King Everal - Things Going To Happen / Things Going To Happen Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1986

E20

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Out of all Jammy’s gigantic catalogue, “E20” rhythm could be considered as one of the most destructive ones to date. Jammy found the unreleased track on this rhythm from the vault featuring a familiar face of the 80’s dancehall, King Everal melancholy singing this killer!

97
Eccleton Jarrett - Hold Them

Eccleton Jarrett - Hold Them / Hold Them Version

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Known for hits like “Rock Them One By One” and “Turn On The Heat”, this is a previously unreleased Eccleton Jarret piece for his stronghold, Jammys. Seems rather restrained but singing superbly on this energetic yet melodious “Tonight”-ish rhythm that was also adopted for “Rasta People” by Junior Delgado.

98
Prince Junior - Hard Sound Fe Dead

Prince Junior - Hard Sound Fe Dead / Hard Sound Fe Dead Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Previously unreleased material from Prince Junior ? known for his killer digital hit “Crucial Boy” produced by Jammy. Taking in the essence of the aboriginal roots flavor along with Jammy’s rugged bassline, it makes up the melancholic digital roots music. Prince Junior approaches this sound killer forcibly and directly, yet sings up softly to showcase his low-keyed performance skills.

99
Dennis Brown - Tracks Of Life

Dennis Brown - Tracks Of Life / Nitty Gritty - Rub A Dub Kill You

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Coupling tracks by two of the most lamented and legendary artists who both recorded great albums for Jammy. For some reason Jammy’s magic makes Dennis Brown’s vocal sounds so much better and this heavy digital remake of the Studio One classic, “Swing Easy” is just another example. It is also known as the same rhythm track for King Everal ? Bad Girls. On the B-side, riding on the heavy tensional track, the charismatic vocalist from the 80’s, Nitty Gritty presents a smoky vocal warning all the soundboy out there.

100
Wailing Souls - Move On

Wailing Souls - Move On / Wackad - Cry For The Youths

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1988/ 1989

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Originally started as The Renegades onto The Classics, one of the most prominent vocal groups, Wailing Souls have been keeping it authentic since the 60’s. Although they did not record that many at the digital dancehall era this one has been well received since day. Having both roots and dancehall elements is one of the key factors of King Jammy’s sound and this one remains as a masterpiece with the sorrow vocals by Wailing Souls. On the flip an enormously rare Wackad ? Cry For The Youth who only released a few tracks from the late 80’s and early 90’s. Previously this can only be heard as a part of the compilation “King Jammy: A Man & His Music vol.1”.

101
Hopeton Lewis - Run If You Are Afraid

Hopeton Lewis - Run If You Are Afraid / Sounds And Pressure

Merritone/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1380 (US$12.43)

A rare previously unreleased Rocksteady by Federal’s star singer, Hopeton Lewis. This killer Rocksteady represents one of the traditional elements of Jamaica, as well as the Rude Boy themed warning which could be heard in the lyrics. These types of unreleased materials could only be dug out at such a profound label, Federal.

102
Granville Williams, His Orchestra - Wailin'

Granville Williams, His Orchestra - Wailin' / Granville Williams Orch. - Old McDonald

GWO/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1380
¥896 (US$8.07) Limited Time Offer

An ultimate super killer Ska instrumental by an extremely unprolific band, brilliantly recorded in stereo. Although this newly signed band recorded exclusively for Federal releasing an LP, they play a little commercial uptown sound, however the Skatalites admitted their inferiority to this band’s performances. The interestingly arranged “Old McDonald” on the flip features the guitarist Ernest Ranglin. Very rarely recorded in stereo for the time in Jamaica, only could have been done by the notorious Federal which clearly was known for its up-to-date setups.

104
Jackie Mittoo - Chinese Chicken

Jackie Mittoo - Chinese Chicken / Put It On

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1580 (US$14.23)

The killer Rocksteady-Ska like a vital bridge between both of them, backed with a Mittoo’s nice vocal tune. Throned from the Skatalites to the Soul Vendors, this is the last form of the Studio One Ska and it’s very much like the Soul Vendor’s party piece. Along with the B-side, Jackie Mittoo had directed both and his marvelous creativity can be seen allover. Each of them recorded from the original master-tape.

105
Charlie Organaire - Bad Boy Charlie

Charlie Organaire - Bad Boy Charlie / Soul Brothers - Thunderball

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1966

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Double A-sided 7” featuring a killer Ska inst. From Jamaican harmonica virtuoso and Soul Brother’s killer horn Ska instrumental! One of the Studio One titles that the collectors have been looking everywhere to get hold of. Featuring no other than Rude Boy Charlie although it was stated as Bad Boy Charlie on the master-tape. An extremely rare take of Thunderball arranged by Jackie Mittoo on the flip side.

106
Derrick Harriott - Message From A Black Man

Derrick Harriott - Message From A Black Man / Chosen Few - Going Back Home

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1970

¥1380 (US$12.43)

American Civil Rights Movement hit Jamaica in late 60's and this tune is undoubtedly one of the best Funky Reggae tunes produced by Derrick Harriott. It is the best example of how Derrick was influenced by the Black Power Movement. B-side features a great Funky Reggae Soul performed by Chosen Few. From that time, Derrick started establishing a genre called "Reggae Soul."

107
Johnny Osbourne - Road Block

Johnny Osbourne - Road Block / Little John - Come Fe Mash It

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1985

Billy Jean B: Stalag

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Johnny Osbourne, who recorded many of numerous hit tunes for Jammys, sings a killer number 'Line Up', which is favored by 80's dancehall lovers. On the Side-B, Little John severely performs extraordinary dubplate special 'Come Fe Mash It' on 'Stalag' rhythm.

108
Johnny Osbourne - Chain Robbery

Johnny Osbourne - Chain Robbery / Chain Robbery Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Johnny Osbourne recorded many major hit songs such as ‘Buddy Bye’and ‘On The Right Track’ for King Jammy. And ‘Chain Robbery’ is one of those and still regarded as one of his best works with King Jammy by the 80’s hardcore dancehall funs.

109
Bunny Wailer - Rule Dancehall

Bunny Wailer - Rule Dancehall / Rule Dancehall Version

Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.33)

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…"

112
Little Kirk - Ghetto People Broke

Little Kirk - Ghetto People Broke

Shocking Vibes1987

¥700
¥299 (US$2.69) Limited Time Offer

119
Kiddus I, Reggaelation IndependAnce - Wake Up

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

Dub Store Records JPN2014

¥1980 (US$17.84)

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.

122
Pad Anthony - Ruff A Them

Pad Anthony - Ruff A Them / Ruff A Them Version

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Dancehall expert Pad Anthony left so many hit tunes for Jammy at the golden age of the label in the 80’s. “Ruff A Them” is a slightly Roots orientated killer rhythm with a twinkle of Jammy’s Dancehall essence to it. Pad Anthony going right in showcasing his dazzling melody sense.

125
Burro Banton - Praise Up Jah Jah

Burro Banton - Praise Up Jah Jah

Stereo One1985

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Another extremely rare take to the identical title released on Wild Apache that is known for being played by the mighty Jah Shaka at his sessions. Comparing to the other Stereo One tunes released around the same time, this one is really fantastic and luring, also complimented by refined deejaying Burro Banton. This one will stand as the definition of heavy weight ragga!

127
King Everal - Push Push (Miss Credit To P.fraser)

King Everal - Push Push (Miss Credit To P.fraser) / Push Push Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Digital remake of the charismatic roots reggae artist Yabby You a.k.a. Jesus Dread’s representative rhythm of the same name. King Everal rides on smoothly on waves of the rolling bass. An astonishing previously unreleased material!

131
Wailers - Dream Land

Wailers - Dream Land / Dubd Version

Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN1976

¥1280 (US$11.53)

In 1966, Bunny Wailer started singing spiritual lyrics before anyone else, and this masterpiece he sung about returning to Africa was written while he was still recording for Studio One. Although it was originally recorded for Studio One, it has never seen the day of light. Then Lee Perry recorded it again and released in 1971. This particular take was recorded especially for the album in 1976 and released from Island Records UK as a single.

132
Roland Alphonso - Ska Culation

Roland Alphonso - Ska Culation / Jack Sparrow - Ice Water

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1966

¥1580 (US$14.23)

The Skatalites’ killer shot interpretation of the world’s famous electric guitar inst, and the fully carnival-mode Ska played by a luxurious bunch of musicians. Originally played by the American electric guitar band, this is the proof of how Jamaicans won’t miss no trends. Guaranteed killer up-tempo Ska! Identical to the originals on flip by Jack Sparrow later known as Leonard Dillon of the Ethiopians, this praiseworthy piece features the Wailers on the backing vocal.

133
Soul Vendors - Last Waltz

Soul Vendors - Last Waltz / Hamlins - Sentimental Reason

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥1580 (US$14.23)

The Soul Vendors’ horn inst cover of a mellow Latin tune, backed with the authentic Studio One Rocksteady masterpiece. This gorgeous horn inst Rocksteady features a superb arrangement from King Cannon a.k.a. Carl ‘Cannonball’ Bryan and Roland Alphonso. Like the originals on the other side here comes the one that Island was certainly familiar with back then, the Nat King Cole’s excellent vocal cover from the Hamlins.

134
Don Drummond - Rain Or Shine Take 2

Don Drummond - Rain Or Shine Take 2 / Rain Or Shine Take 3

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Recorded at the height of the phenomenal carrier as the number one Ska band, these are never-released alternative takes of the ultimate instrumental Ska tune ‘Rain Or Shine’ by Skatalites and with respect, it should be called a product of miracle. Both are taken from the master tape. Recorded on the same session as ‘Last Call’ that Don Drummond was in charge, here we have two alternative takes of a seriously killer instrumental Ska which was featured as the introduction of the iconic Ska album “Ska Authentic Volume 2” Like ‘Freedom Sounds’ and other recordings made in the same period, the excavation and releasing of these tunes are much more important for Dub Store Records than the significance of the historic discovery of Pyramid! This is one extremely important and precious piece to complete the puzzle of the mystery of the late genius, Don Drummond and the magnificent tune for deep diggers of Reggae music. What a great Skatalites! What makes even cooler about this tune is that if you listen carefully for both sides, you will realize that each player is not playing a score at all; they all are improvising. It proves that they are undoubtedly the best Jamaican band of all time.

135
Ramon, Crystalites - Golden Chickens

Ramon, Crystalites - Golden Chickens / Bongo Herman, Les - Hail I

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1970

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Minor chorded and wicked organ instrumentals by Crystalites. It is worth to be mentioned that in this song, listeners can experience the rare toasting of Ramon The Mexican who was the resident deejay at Harriott's Musical Chariot Sound System and later changed his name to Ambelique. Both sides are the two of the best Early Reggae tunes.

136
Michael Buckley - Test We (Heavyweight Vinyl)

Michael Buckley - Test We (Heavyweight Vinyl) / Anthony Malvo, Collin Roach - Jammys Let's Cruise

King Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Rock Fort Rock B: China Town

¥1280 (US$11.53)

ichael Buckley sings 'Test We' on the King Jammy's computerized version of Studio One foundation 'Rock Fort Rock' rhythm where he showcases his low-key voice and unique flow. On the flip side, Colin Roach performs 'Jammy's Lets Cruise' on another Jammys popular 'China Town' rhythm with melodies of the Anthony Malvo's 'Cruisin' and Bob Marley's 'Nice Time'.

137
Half Pint - One Big Ghetto

Half Pint - One Big Ghetto / Tonto Irie - Ram Up Every Corner

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1984

Open The Gate

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Without mentioning Half Pint, the true story about the Jammys label can never be told. King Jammy adopted a classic song ‘Open The Gate’ and versioned the rhythm digitally. The young Half Pint claims this wild world is ‘One Big Ghetto’. On the flip side, Tonto Irie showcases his skillful and edgy lyrical flow to the same rhythm.

138
Chuck Turner - We Rule The Dancehall

Chuck Turner - We Rule The Dancehall / We Rule The Dancehall Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

We Rule

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Chuck Turner has recorded his impressive songs at Jammys such as 'I Need You' and 'Run Around Girl'. 'We Rule The Dancehall' is one of those and this tough steppers rhythm was build by notable Steelie & Clivie. His melancholy voice is something very contrary to his aggressive lyrics but that's something it makes this record attractive.

145
Barry Brown - Roots & Culture

Barry Brown - Roots & Culture

Studio One1980- 1984

¥1680 ¥1280 (US$11.53)

148
Origin One, Parly B - Mi Bredrin (Bim One Production Remix)

Origin One, Parly B - Mi Bredrin (Bim One Production Remix)

Nice Up JPN/Nice Up UK2016

¥1296 (US$11.68)

Robust collaboration between Nice Up! UK and Bim One Production outta Japan. Oriental future dancehall remix of Original One x Parly B - Mr Bredren only been dropped last week. Manufactured in one and only pressing plant in Japan with special Katakana logo for the occasion. Limited to 500 copies only. No repress.

153
Derrick Harriott - Rock Steady Party

Derrick Harriott - Rock Steady Party

Dub Store Records JPN1967

¥2376 (US$21.41)

A faultless selection of seriously sublime rock steady from Derrick Harriott. A timeless classic where one of the pivotal pioneers of Jamaican music lays down sweet melodies, mellow grooves and wall to wall soul.

166
Asuka Ando - Jiri Jiri (Dry & Steady Mix)

Asuka Ando - Jiri Jiri (Dry & Steady Mix) / (Cumulonimbus Dub)

Gardenia Garden JPN2015

¥1404 (US$12.65)

After selling out the first 7” cut from her latest album within a couple of days, Japanese lovers rock singer Asuka Ando comes back with another single, “Jiri Jiri” including a dub from Jagabe (Reggaelation independence). One of the most talked about singers in Japanese circuit at the moment.

168
Super Black - Bad Woman

Super Black - Bad Woman / Bad Woman Version

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Another unreleased rare material only heard on dubplates previously. Jammy’s iconic heavy bassline and melodious instrumentals in minor scale represent his production style from around 87’. Super Black sorrowfully sings man’s pure heart in this lover’s dancehall tune.

169
Chuck Turner - Ah No Me She Love

Chuck Turner - Ah No Me She Love / Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Nothing happens without Chuck Turner on those Jammy’s melancholic digital rhythms. Although his compatibility is easily proven on tunes like “We Rule Dancehall” and “Run Around Girl”, this piece sits on top of everything. With his pleasantly different falset voice, Chuck Turner soulfully sings on this exquisite rhythm with significant melody. This brilliant music has even got a slight feeling of a modern piece - that is exactly when you realise the Jammy’s magic touch

170
Black Uhuru, Chronixx - I Love King Selassie

Black Uhuru, Chronixx - I Love King Selassie / Dub

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN2014

I Love King Selassie

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Sampling one of the greatest classics Black Uhuru left for Jammy’s, the remarkable roots revival tune is finally out on vinyl. Dominating the recent rasta revival movement, Cronixx sings freely bringing new life to the rhythm with his strong message. Representing the excellent side of reggae music of taking lessons from the past.

173
Maytals, Skatalites - My Daily Food

Maytals, Skatalites - My Daily Food / One Look

Kentone/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1480 (US$13.33)

A prominent singer backed by none other than the Skatalites, it is a symbolic Ska beat representing Kentone which will make everyone a smile. Although the Maytals have recorded Ska tunes for Studio One, Prince Buster and many more, they might have taken a further step when recording for the Jamaican music industry’s godfather, Ken Kouri by singing it well tight and fiery. Even for the Federal side, it must have been quite special to hire the Skatalites for this project. One minute and half might be a little too short for an A side, though this one will make you want to slip it in your DJ box every time.

176
Soulettes - That Ain't Right

Soulettes - That Ain't Right / One More Chance

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Brimmed with the vibes, this un-released killer Ska cover was recorded when Rita Marley and the Soulettes were at their best. Although it had never been released back then, Chris Wilson and the Heartbeat crew compiled this as a part of compilation series in the 90’s. The great Mr. Coxsone Dodd knew what's going on; as a spice, he occasionally released some unpublished materials. Like the name "Soulettes" suggests, this type of Soul music is their specialty and this is a female vocal Ska masterpiece.

178
Roland Alphonso, Soul Brothers - Sca-Balena

Roland Alphonso, Soul Brothers - Sca-Balena / Tommy McCook (Miss Credit) - Two For One (Miss Credit)

Studio One/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1580 (US$14.23)

Both sides are extremely rare unreleased takes of ska instrumentals by Roland Alphonso, Tommy McCook and the Soul Brothers. Sca-Balena is a famous cover in which you can enjoy the brilliance of Roland Alphonso, and a completely new latin take of “Two For One” originally played by Tommy McCook. It is really hard to expect what will come out of the warehouse of well-established label like Studio One, although Sir Coxsone knew exactly where everything was being placed. We’re sorry that the “Bridge View” is a misprint instead of “Two For One” Both have been recorded from the original master-tapes.

179
Ernest Ranglin - Mr. Ranglin With Soul

Ernest Ranglin - Mr. Ranglin With Soul

Dub Store Records JPN1968

¥2880 (US$25.95)

Unlike all the other musicians in those days, Ranglin was not allowed to go between studios to record and release music as he wished because he was an exclusive employee of the Federal records. Thus it’s really hard to find a Rocksteady record with his name on it. Although whenever he finds a spare time, he would go to Duke Reid’s studio and play the guitar and bass as a sideman, often playing sessions with Lynn Taitt. According to Ranglin himself, “I felt really comfortable being at Duke Reid’s studio”, though sadly there have not been a single release of his solo guitar tune which was recorded there. So here comes the album, it’s the rare Rocksteady instrumentals by the man himself. Some of the main features would be “Summertime”, “Flamingo” and “Hold Me Tight”, the wickedest selection of the moist Rocksteady that will certainly catch your heart. Other than that, it’s got an exotic intro and uptempo “Sling Shot”, relatively arranged towards pop direction “Don’t Sleep In the Subway” and some ballads to represent the Federal’s widely ranged style that won’t go off after a long time, exactly how this one of the biggest leading labels in Jamaica had thought of. This may not make Rude Boys in downtown growl, although it will clearly last eternally as Ranglin’s 60s best album to the future generations.

181
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$12.43)

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.

183
Keith & Tex - Run To The Rocks

Keith & Tex - Run To The Rocks / Let Me Be The One (This Is My Song)

Move & Groove/Dub Store Records JPN1969

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Originally released on 1969 by Keith & Tex, who were the favorite duo in Rocksteady era, this up-tempo tune introduced the beginning of Reggae's new style. This duo never disappointed everybody's expectation by their high quality tunes. Re-issued original songs on both sides.

184
Derrick Harriott - Loser

Derrick Harriott - Loser / Derrick Harriott, Bobby Ellis, Desmond Miles Seven - Now We Know

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1967

Loser

¥1380 (US$12.43)

‘The Loser’is gloriously considered as one of the most significant songs as well as rhythm tracks in the history of Reggae music. Also entitled as‘The Winner’, the song is easily adapted to sound system dubplates. Talking about the genre of Rocksteady, this song cannot be ignored.‘Now We Know’on the flip side is to be released on 7 inch single for the first time ever.

185
Renegades - You've Lost The Love

Renegades - You've Lost The Love / Merritone Singers - Rude Boy A Wail

Merritone/Dub Store Records JPN1966

¥1380 (US$12.43)

The Renegades consisted of Winston 'Pipe' Matthews, Lloyd 'Bread' McDonald and George 'Buddy' Haye and later became a group called the Wailing Souls. ‘You've Lost The Love’ is one of their earliest Rocksteady works and it was originally released in 1966. It is also one of the rarest records hardly ever found. The record also features previously unreleased Ska vocal recording ' Rude Boy A Wail' by the Merritone Singers from the original master tape.

186
Derrick Harriott - Solomon

Derrick Harriott - Solomon / Bobby Ellis, Jets - Emperor

Crystal/Dub Store Records JPN1967

Solomon

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Derrick Harriott’s original cut to sound system foundation rhythm ‘Solomon’. Derrick sings comically about Solomon, who was given wisdom amongst of all mankind from God in the Old Testament: “Solomon was the wisest man but he didn't know the secrets of? a woman” The hit rhythm has been versioned many times over last four decades. On side B, there is a nice & cool horn instrumental entitled ‘The Emperor’ by Bobby Ellis, its title might imply Derrick Harriott productions had a good taste in music at that time.

187
Tartans - Dance All Night

Tartans - Dance All Night / What Can I Do

Merritone/Dub Store Records JPN1966

¥1380 (US$12.43)

‘Dance All Night’ is a hit song released by the Tartans, a Rocksteady legendary group that consisted of Prince Lincoln, Cedric Myton, Devon Russell and Lindberg Lewis, in 1966. Emphasized on double basses and piano, the song was made to praise sound system dances and it became one of the good old Rocksteady anthems of the Rude Boy era. On the B-side, the group sings ‘What I can do to save your life’ and warns rude boys for their action.

189
Lynn Taitt, Jets - Bat Man

Lynn Taitt, Jets - Bat Man / Joker

Merritone/Dub Store Records JPN1968

¥1380 (US$12.43)

Lynn Taitt remakes theme songs from the movie "Batman" in killer Rocksteady style. Those cheerful instrumentals, which well represent the distinctive sound of Marritone label, were originally released in 1968.

190
Monarchs, Drumbago All Stars - All Of Me

Monarchs, Drumbago All Stars - All Of Me / Sneer Towners - You Say Me Say

Kentone/Dub Store Records JPN1965

¥1480 (US$13.33)

Mid-tempo Ska song by a vocal group called The Monarchs. They only appear on this recording and the rest of information remains unknown. Side-b features previously unreleased version of Sneer Towners' 'You Say Me Say', which appeared on the album "Jamaican Skarama" reissued by Dub Store Records.

191
Admiral Tibet - Running From Reality

Admiral Tibet - Running From Reality / Running From Reality Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1988

Running From Reality

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Admiral Tibet maintained himself as one of forefront cultural singers during the 80’s and the early 90’s. He consciously warns his girl friend about their love relationship with his melodious lyrics. “May be, Might be, Could it be, Girl you are running from reality”

192
Josey Wales - Water Come A Mi Eye

Josey Wales - Water Come A Mi Eye / Admiral Bailey - Mi Ah The Danger

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Love Punanny Bad

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Josey Wales ‘s ‘Water Come A Mi Eye’ on another Jammy’s popular rhythm ‘Love Punaany Bad’ starts with a flight attendant (Josey himself) welcoming boarding people to New York. He drops his tears as he experiences hard times in New York. Although Admiral Bailey is well known for his massive hit ‘Punanny’ at the Jammys and lyrical content, the deejay bring a rough badman anthem with ‘Me A The Danger’ this time.

193
Robert Lee - Dreams

Robert Lee - Dreams / Dreams Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1991

Run Down The World

¥1280
¥864 (US$7.78) Limited Time Offer

Robert Lee has proven that he has much ability to bring cool soundsystem tunes with his popular song ‘Come Now’. This time, he did it again with ‘Dreams’to the same rhythm track‘Run Down The World’ by Nitty Gritty.

195
Carl Meeks - Without Your Love

Carl Meeks - Without Your Love / Red Eye Lover

Redman/Dub Store Records JPN1988

Wicked Can't Run Away

¥1280 (US$11.53)

Previously unreleased on 7inch vinyl record. Those two songs were only included in the Redman and Carl Meeks’ classic LP [Weh Dem Fah]. ‘Without Your Love’ was recorded on the famous ‘Wicked Can’t Run Away’ rhythm and ‘Red Eye Lover’ was on the popular Sleng Teng (Computer) rhythm.

196
Johnny Osbourne - We Gonna Rock It Tonight (Dub Plate Playing)

Johnny Osbourne - We Gonna Rock It Tonight (Dub Plate Playing) / We Gonna Rock It Tonight (Dub Plate Playing) Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1986

Heavenless

¥1280 (US$11.53)

In the late 80's, not only Jammys but also many labels tried to score some hits by remake of a foundation rhythm 'Heavenless'. Among Jammys catalogue on this rhythm, 'We Gonna Rock It Tonight (Dub Plate Playing)' by Johnny Osbourne is known as the most popular number. Often hear sound systems playing this dub plates.

199
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$13.33)

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.

200
Papa Beeto, Nayaskie - Drugs Lesson

Papa Beeto, Nayaskie - Drugs Lesson

Be Big (Org)1989

Info: Original Press

¥799 ¥199 (US$1.79)