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Ernest Ranglin - Boss Reggae

Dub Store Records JPN 1970

¥2880 (US$26.33)

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

Dub Store Records JPN 1971- 1982

¥2780 (US$25.42)

Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett is much more than just one of the most renowned reggae bass players of all time. As the bassist of choice for Bob Marley and the Wailers from 1969 up until Marley’s untimely passing, Barrett acted as chief musical arranger and bandleader for the Wailers, greatly altering the course of reggae in the process. He has also been one of the most important Jamaican session musicians, beginning with the Hippie Boys in the late 1960s, and after helping reggae to become better established internationally as a member of Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’s Upsetters band, he also performed bass duties for a range of noteworthy producers, including Bunny Lee and Keith Hudson, among many others. What is less known, but equally important, is that Family Man produced some of the most challenging and experimental reggae of the 1970s and 80s, issuing unique works in small quantity in Jamaica on a range of short-lived record labels. Soul Constitution collects the best of Family Man’s instrumental and dub output, issued between 1972 and 1982. Aside from a few early tracks recorded at Randy’s studio in the heart of downtown Kingston, much of the work was crafted at the rehearsal room of the original Tuff Gong, based at Marley’s uptown home at 56 Hope Road; some of these works have the very first instances of a drum machine being used in reggae, and all are marked by the supreme musicianship and unorthodox production techniques that has made Family Man’s releases greatly prized by reggae collectors. Several of the tracks are appearing for the first time on long-playing LP and CD format, and most come complete with stripped-down dub counterparts.

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Errol Brown & The Revolutionaries - Dub Expression

Dub Store Records JPN 1978

¥2880 (US$26.33)

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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The Hippy Boys - Nigeria / Challenge

Gay Feet / Dub Store Records JPN 1969

¥1580 (US$14.45)

The Hippy Boys consists of Aston and Carly Barrett brothers opened up the new era with their original sounds. This double A-sided roots instrumentals 7” was unarguably so ahead of its time

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

Crystal / Dub Store Records JPN 1970

¥1380 (US$12.62)

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.

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Errol Brown - Orthodox Dub

Dub Store Records JPN 1978

¥2880 (US$26.33)

Miraculously rare and seriously obscure killer dubs… one of the very few hard core seventies dub albums mixed by Errol Brown.

A selection of solid dubs originally recorded by BB Seaton at Duke Reid’s legendary Treasure Isle studio and mixed in-house by the Duke’s nephew Errol Brown. A radical departure for all concerned this bold dub album was never officially released although a few clandestine copies reputedly did the New York rounds at the time

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Matumbi - Dub Planet Orbit 1

Dub Store Records JPN 1980

¥2880 (US$26.33)

An apposite illustration of the golden era of 70’s music

Self produced dub excursion from Dennis Bovell’s Matumbi… early pioneers of authentic UK produced reggae

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Cedric Im Brooks - Song Bird

Studio One (Org) 1982

Info: Original Press

¥3480 ¥2499 (US$22.85)

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Aggrovators - Kaya Dub

Attack UK 1977

¥2880 (US$26.33)

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Revolutionaries - Musical Dub Attack

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1978

¥2680 (US$24.50)

Killer and rare late '70s dub LP, which is in fact the dub companion to I Roy's "Musical Shark Attack" LP. If you know Channel 1 albums, then you know that LP is loaded with the hardest late '70s Channel 1 roots rhythms. What most people don't know however, is that I Roy's album was actually voiced over this dub LP, as it was completed and ready before Channel set about making a new I Roy album. This is one fantastic dub LP, now properly issued, direct from master tape, in a newly designed jacket made to match the I Roy album, a companion piece in design and music. Eleven killer slices of Revolutionaries dub from 29 Maxfield Avenue, this is a Musical Dub Attack!

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King Tubby - Controls

Clocktower CA

¥1980 ¥1380 (US$12.62)

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Errol Brown - Orthodox Dub

Dub Store Records JPN 1978

¥2376 (US$21.72)

Miraculously rare and seriously obscure killer dubs… one of the very few hard core seventies dub albums mixed by Errol Brown.

A selection of solid dubs originally recorded by BB Seaton at Duke Reid’s legendary Treasure Isle studio and mixed in-house by the Duke’s nephew Errol Brown. A radical departure for all concerned this bold dub album was never officially released although a few clandestine copies reputedly did the New York rounds at the time

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King Tubby - King Tubbys Presents Sound Clash Dubplate Style Part 2

Dub Store Records JPN 1988

¥2376 (US$21.72)

The legendary 'Sound Clash Dub Plate Style' album digitally deconstructed by

King Tubby