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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$19.25)

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.

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Junior Reid - Woman Change Your Way

Junior Reid - Woman Change Your Way

Live & Learn1985

¥499
¥199 (US$1.82) Limited Time Offer

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Charlie Chaplin - Fire Burn Dem Below

Charlie Chaplin - Fire Burn Dem Below

Power House1984

Solomon

¥700
¥299 (US$2.74) Limited Time Offer

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Barry Brown - Praise Him; Dub

Barry Brown - Praise Him; Dub / Al Campbell - Jah Army

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1984

¥2040 (US$18.70)

Channel 1's lost and found series continues with a big ten-inch. This one features Barry Brown, with another unreleased vocal & dub, called "Praise Him", this time riding the same rhythm as Al Campbell's "Jah Army." The Al Campbell cut of course, is on the flip side, reissued for the first time since its original release on 12-inch on the Jedi label in the early '80s. "Jah Army" is presented as originally issued, in discomix format, vocal running into dub.

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Horace Andy - Why Oh Why; Dub

Horace Andy - Why Oh Why; Dub / Staisfy Me; Dub

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥2100 (US$19.25)

After producing some tunes with Horace in the 1970's, Channel One went back to work with Horace in the early 1980's, releasing a fantastic showdown LP featuring Horace and Patrick Andy, via Sonic Sounds' Thunderbolt label. But in addition to those tunes, another grip of equally great tunes were also made which didn't end up on the album, and here's two of the best. "Why Oh Why" made the rounds on dubplate at the time, the riddim is heavy like lead, and you might recognize it from other released cuts. "Satisfy Me" has Horace riding the same riddim as Barry Brown's "Over Me", to equally great effect. Both tracks are followed by dubs.

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Bobby Melody - Original Melody

Bobby Melody - Original Melody / Black Roots Band - Original Melody Dub

Chopper Productions/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1983

¥1180 (US$10.82)

From the mid 1980's straight thru until the early 90's, Choppers were steady releasing tunes both in Jamaica and NYC, and from young upcoming artists and veterans alike. 'Original Melody' is from Bobby Melody, letting you know none a them a ruff like the original! We were saddened by Bobby's recent passing, but let this tune serve as a reminder of what a great singer he was. This tune is backed with its own unique and wicked dub, a different mix to the dub side of 'Rasta Cowboy', which uses the same rhythm.

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Sammy Dread - I Won't Cry

Sammy Dread - I Won't Cry

Black Solidarity (Org)

Info: Original Press

¥1980 ¥980 (US$8.99)