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Prince Far I - Blackmans Land

Prince Far I - Blackmans Land

Cry Tuff UK1978

Drum Song

¥499 (US$4.58) Limited Time Offer

Peter Tosh - Equal Rights

Peter Tosh - Equal Rights

Intel Diplo

¥899 (US$8.24) Limited Time Offer

Brigadier Jerry - Pirate Columbus

Brigadier Jerry - Pirate Columbus / Pirates Dub

Uprising/Deeper Knowledge US197-

¥1180 (US$10.82)

his pair of Brigadier Jerry tunes from the mid '70s were only ever played on dubplate by a select few sound systems. A young Briggy lays lyrics over Little Roy's "Christopher Columbus" and Albert Malawi's "Children of the Emperor", each with a great Sylvan Morris dub.

Tappa Zukie - Tapper Roots (180 Gram Vinyl)
Cultural Roots - Can't Fight Reality

Cultural Roots - Can't Fight Reality / Dub

Germain UK1982

¥799 (US$7.33) Limited Time Offer

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.

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.

Wailers - Dream Land

Wailers - Dream Land / Dubd Version

Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN1976

¥1280 (US$11.74)

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.

Augustus Pablo - Bells Of Death

Augustus Pablo - Bells Of Death / Scotty - Sesame Street

Move & Groove/Dub Store Records JPN1972/ 1970


¥1380 (US$12.65)

Another popular tune in Harriott's production, performed by melodica wizard Augustus Pablo. Although this is another movie theme, this piece is a straight and great instrumental version of a Rocksteady classic, featuring melodica and bongo percussion. Scotty's wicked deejay appears on the B-side again.

Horace Ferguson - Reality; Dub

Horace Ferguson - Reality; Dub / Youthman; Dub

Channel One/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US

¥2100 (US$19.25)

The Channel 1 Lost & Found series of previously unreleased music continues with more killer ten inches. Two heavy shots from Horace Ferguson. Before hitting with "Sensi Addict" for Prince Jazzbo, Horace Ferguson voiced some tunes for Channel 1, like "Fever" and "Walk Out On Me", both of which were issued on 12"s on CH1's JEDI imprint. However, there was more on tape, and how these two bombs didn't end up on release, we don't know, but here they are now. Strictly early 1980's reality style, again in a heavy style that bears the hallmarks of the Roots Radics/Scientist combination. Both tunes with dubs.