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label name includes 'Uprising/Deeper Knowledge US'
(7 in all)

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Albert Malawi - Children Of The Emperor (Dubplate Mix) / Ethiopia First (Dubplate Mix)

Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 1976

¥1180 (US$10.59)

Serious thing, previously unreleased dubplate mix of "Children of the Emperor" as played by a select few sound systems back in the '70s. No horns, more prominent organ, overall a more raw drum & bass stripped down feel.

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Brigadier Jerry - Jah Jah Chidren / Jah In Dub

Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 197-

¥1180 ¥1100 (US$9.88)

This 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.

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Mojo Blue - Fight The Rasses / Rasses In Dub

Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 197-

¥1180 (US$10.59)

More deeply rare roots from the mid '70s, this is the deejay version to Fulk (Livingston) Reid's "Golden Daffodils", by Mojo Blue aka Jah Mojo. The full deejay piece was never released and only played on dubplate (until now!), while the dub to the deejay version was paired with the "Golden Daffodils" vocal on the original Wildflower 7", and there mistakenly credited to Brigadier Jerry.

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Pablove Black - Cuts And Bruises / Advocates Aggregation - Blood Of The Lamb

Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 1977

¥1180 (US$10.59)

Pablove Black was the chief multi-instrumentalist and arranger among the 12 Tribes musicians, as well as a mainstay at Studio 1. He cut this wicked instrumental piece for Stereo's Uprising label, with a nice dub version on the B-side, mixed by Sylvan Morris. A long time hard to find tune that we always felt needed a reissue.