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Best selling Dancehall Early 80's

Hands & Heart - Jah Live

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

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥2100 (US$18.06)

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.

Johnny Osbourne - Inflation

Johnny Osbourne - Inflation / Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1981

¥1280 (US$11.01)

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.

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$18.06)

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.

Traditions - When (Coloured Vinyl)

Traditions - When (Coloured Vinyl) / Train Is Coming

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥2100 (US$18.06)

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.

Frankie Wilmott - Why Won't You Come

Frankie Wilmott - Why Won't You Come / Why Won't You Come Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1983

¥1380 (US$11.87)

Previously unreleased material from Frankie Wilmott recorded straight from the master tape. Known for his 80’s classics such as “Sensimilla” and “Money Gone Down The Drain”, Frankie has been passionately supported from Dancehall fans across the globe. “Why Won’t You Come” features a tight rhythm based around the warm bassline and Frankie’s sensitive vocal excellently resonate throughout the track.

Midnight Riders - Me A No Gunman

Midnight Riders - Me A No Gunman / Version

Tasha/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1984

¥850 ¥710 (US$6.10)

Midnight Riders "Me a No Gunman" was one of two tunes Riders cut for Errol "ET" Thompson in the early 80's. One was never released and is seemingly lost to the sands of time, but the other, this one, was only ever released on a 12" in Canada. It's being re-presented here on the Tasha label alongside much of the Riders other material from the same era, a heavy heavy tune with wailing sirens.

Half Pint - One Big Ghetto

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

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1984

Open The Gate

¥1080 (US$9.29)

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.

Michael Palmer - Different Strokes

Michael Palmer - Different Strokes / Gifted Roots Band - Strokes Dub

Tasha/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1984

Different Strokes

¥850 ¥722 (US$6.21)

Michael Palmer's "Different Strokes" originally appeared on Tasha 7" in JA, as well on an obscure compilation LP in NYC.

Midnight Riders - Wanted

Midnight Riders - Wanted / Gifted Roots Band - Strokes Dub

Tasha/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1984

Different Strokes

¥1180 (US$10.15)

Midnight Riders' massive tune "Wanted", is PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED, out now for the first time. All three tunes are backed with a killer dub version. "Wanted, for singing dangerous reggae music!"

Little John - Cocaine Move

Little John - Cocaine Move

Arrival (Org)1984

Info: Original Press

¥2000 ¥1480 (US$12.73)

Wailing Souls - Up Front

Wailing Souls - Up Front

Volcano (Org)1983

Info: Original Press

¥2380 ¥1580 (US$13.59)

Africans - Final Blow

Africans - Final Blow

Nura (Org)1982

Info: Original Press

¥570 (US$4.90)