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Aston 'Family Man' Barrett & The Wailers Band - Soul Constitution: Instrumentals & Dubs 1971-1982 (2LP)

Dub Store Records JPN 1971- 1982

¥5380 (US$42.29)

Rare instrumental and dub gems, produced by Aston 'Family Man' Barrett
Rare instrumental and dub gems, produced by Bob Marley's bassist and musical arranger, Aston 'Family Man' Barrett, between 1972-82, featuring members of the Wailers band and other stalwart musicians.

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Tommy McCook - Sannic Sounds

Dub Store Records JPN 1973

Info: ライナーノーツ付

¥3980 (US$31.28)

One of the rarest, and greatest, horn instrumental dub albums of the seventies featuring the soaring saxophone of Tommy McCook in combination with Glen Brown, ‘The Rhythm Master’, is finally given a legitimate release.

Featuring the soaring saxophone of Tommy McCook in combination with Glen Brown, ‘The Rhythm Master’, is finally given a legitimate release.

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King Tubby & Riley All Stars - Concrete Jungle Dub

Dub Store Records JPN 1976

¥3980 (US$31.28)

1976 rare dub album consists of robust Techniques rhythms dismantled and reconstructed by King Tubby to its perfection
Long-expected reissue of one of the most sought after dub albums.

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Errol Brown & The Revolutionaries - Dub Expression

Dub Store Records JPN 1978

¥2880 (US$22.64)

Dub like it used to be from the High Note and Gay Feet labels

A selection of rocking rhythms from The Revolutionaries masterminded by

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Family Man, Rebel Arms - Eastern Memphis / Wailers - Rebel Am I

Cobra / Dub Store Records JPN 1973

¥1980 (US$15.56)

This is the quintessence of the Wailers lead by Familyman, playing a killer horn instrumental and the dubwise. Arguably one of the most accomplished reggae instrumentals to date. The Wailers consisting of the Barrett brothers is without a doubt the number one band of the era, showcasing their full confidence which later gets praised by the entire world. The bold and courageous, yet ambitious and highly spirited, everything you need to get out of the Caribbean ghetto to the world is heard in this miraculous recording.

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Bunny Wailer - Solomonic Singles 2: Rise & Shine 1977-1986 (2LP)

Dub Store Records JPN 1977- 1986

Info: 2枚組、豪華見開きジャケット、ライナーノーツ付

¥5380 (US$42.29)

At the same time that Neville ‘Bunny Wailer’ Livingston recorded his debut solo long playing masterpiece, ‘Blackheart Man’, he was also creating a series of singles for his own Solomonic label. These records were every bit as good, at times even better, but they have never been released outside of Jamaica. Until now…

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Bunny Wailer - Dubd'sco

Dub Store Records JPN 1978

¥3240 (US$25.47)

Superlative 70’s dub masterpiece from the Blackheart Man Bunny Wailer

Subtle interpretations of cuts from Bunny’s ‘Blackheart Man’ album together with contemporaneous Solomonic disco mixes with unsung dub masters Sylvan Morris and Karl Pitterson at the control tower

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Count Ossie & The Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari - Grounation (3LP)

Dub Store Records JPN 1973

Info: 3枚組、豪華見開きジャケット、ライナーノーツ付

¥6980 (US$54.86)

An unimpeachable classic considered to be the pinnacle of Rastafarian inspired music. Master drummer Count Ossie’s band, including the incomparable tenor saxophonist Cedric ‘I’m’ Brooks, recreate a Rasta grounation, or gathering, playing and chanting a sublime supplication, including Bible readings, in praise of Emperor Haile Selassie I

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Ernest Ranglin - Boss Reggae

Dub Store Records JPN 1970

¥3680 (US$28.93)

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.

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Sharon Forrester - Silly Wasn't I / Now Generation - Silly Wasn't I Version

Edge / Dub Store Records JPN 1973

¥1980 (US$15.56)

The Jamaican lovers masterpiece by Sharon Forrester and UK lovers classic.

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Dennis Brown - Lips Of Wine / Crystalites - Stranger In Town

Move & Groove / Dub Store Records JPN 1970

¥1380 (US$10.85)

Being known as Crown Prince of Reggae, this is Dennis Brown's commemorated first single and it was written and composed by Dennis himself. This is, of course, before he started recording at Studio One and is one of his best heartwarming songs. Crystalites' killer keyboard instrumental is featured on B-side and has been admired to listeners who have great appreciation for 1969-70’s up-tempo instrumentals.

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The Browne Bunch - We've Got A Good Thing Going / Now Generation - We've Got A Good Thing Going Version

Superstar / Dub Store Records JPN 1973

¥1980 (US$15.56)

Superlative reggae soul produced by Mikey Chung for his own Superstar imprint. Having both young Steely and Clevie in the band, when you think of the further development in reggae music, this production was crucial. Compared to Geoffrey’s high quality lustrous reggae soul this Jackson 5 cover is slightly different and lean towards the beauty of Jamaican pops sounds.

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The Browne Bunch - There's Fun For All / Something Silly

Triangle / Dub Store Records JPN 1973

¥1980 (US$15.56)

Debut song from The Browne Bunch according to Steely. Triangle, Pyramid and Antrim labels consists of Chung Brothers, Steely & Clevie impacted greatly to the popular crowd within lovers rock circuit and beyond.

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Generation Gap - Journey Within / Travelling On

Angen / Dub Store Records JPN 1973

¥1480 (US$11.63)

Sharp and sophisticated reggae soul funk instrumental backed with “Traveling On”.

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

Crystal / Dub Store Records JPN 1970

¥1380 (US$10.85)

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.