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New titles arrived from Digikiller Records in US.
(16 in all)

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Revolutionaries - Revival Dub Roots Now (Silk Screen)

Well Charge / Digikiller Records / Depper Knowledge Records US 1977

¥2880 (US$26.06)

Legendary Channel 1 dub album, unavailable for 30+ years. Originally released only in JA, in silkscreened jackets featuring the iconic Well Charge star logo. This LP features a selection of evergreen Channel 1 rhythms recorded, mixed and dubbed to perfection at 29 Maxfield Avenue. Crystal clear reissue cut straight from the original master tape, and comes again in a hand-silkscreened jacket, in two different colors, exactly as the original.

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Prince Far I - Psalm 87 / Black Oney - Festival 75

Book Of Psalm / Bond Export / Deeper Knowledge US 1975

¥1180 (US$10.68)

By special request and popular demand, here's the other two cuts to Black Oney's "Jah Jah Send the Parson (Rasta Move)." Since we reissued that single a couple years ago, it's been one of the most popular tunes in our catalog. By now releasing the other two cuts on the rhythm seemed overdue, so here they are. Prince Far I's cut appeared on his "Psalms For I" LP on the Carib Gems label, while Black Oney's other cut on the rhythm was made specifically for entry in the 1975 Jamaican Festival Song contest, and only ever released on a tiny blank label pressing. Prince Far I recites Psalm 87 over a more spare dub-style mix of the rhythm, while Oney sings on a more straight mix. All three tunes were made in 1975.

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Midnight Riders - Posse Forn A Line / Revolutionaries - Dub

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1978

¥1180 (US$10.68)

This is one of the best tunes from the Riders, who are one our all-time personal favorite artists, so this one is a special joy for us to bring out. A simply amazing late era Channel 1 riddim, proving that Channel ruled from beginning to end.

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Revolutionaries - Musical Dub Attack

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1978

¥2880 (US$26.06)

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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Jah Tuff - Thriller In Manila / John Clarke - Wasn't It You

Senrab / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1975

¥1180 (US$10.68)

Killer double sider from Wackie's, deejay and vocal cuts to a tuff murky rhythm. Jah Tuff deejays about the legendary Ali/Fraser bout, while John Clarke reminisces about an old friend.

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Elijah - Selassi Hi / Mount Zion

Sir Collins / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1971

¥1380 (US$12.49)

The mysterious Elijah cut this mellow and heartfelt 2-part single for Sir Collins, then apparently disappeared from the recording scene. But the tune made quite a mark in New York, where it was released on the very rare Bronx-based WARICKA label, enough to have been covered a few years later by KC White (we also reissued his cut, still available, see here!) The tune is also remembered fondly as a New York sound system favorite in the 1970s by those active back then. It was also released on the Ackee label in the UK, memorable roots reggae for sure.

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KC White - Not The Man For You / Dub Of Ethipia (Not The Man For You Dub)

Soul Proff / Deeper Knowledge US 1980

You Don't Love Me (No No No)

¥1180 (US$10.68)

Super heavy tune, originally tucked away on KC's ~1980 showcase LP on Brooklyn's Love People label. This is the first time this tune is being released as a single. Recorded at Channel 1 and mixed at Harry J, this tune has the trademark late '70s Channel 1 sound and a wicked dub.

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Michael Palmer - Dem A Lick Shot / Steve Knight - See Dem A Come

Tasha / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1984

¥2080 (US$18.82)

"Dem a Lick Shot" was originally released on 7-inch in JA on the Tasha label, and on 12-inch in Canada on the W&B label, in slightly different mixes. It's reissued here equipped with dub, the mix being the same as issued on the 12-inch, with nuff 'lick shot' effects!

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Midnight Riders - Cross The Border / Gladiators Band - Border Dub

Tasha / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 2013

¥2080 (US$18.82)

The absolute monster tune "Cross the Border" by Midnight Riders. This tune caught the attention of some astute dubplate fiends when an old dubplate of the tune was sold on eBay a few years back. A majestic roots tune on this killer rhythm, it's mind boggling that this one never made it to release at the time, but here it is now in all its glory, vocal & dub, the pinnacle of the Channel 1 sound.

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Albert Malawi - Children Of The Emperor / Advocates Aggregation - Ethiopia First

Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 1976

¥1180 (US$10.68)

Finally, a reissue program of Carl "Stereo" Fletcher's amazing mid 1970's Uprising label. Stereo was a singer and producer who's handful of roots reggae releases on his Uprising and Stereo Beat labels in the mid-late '70s are some of the best of the era. Affiliated with the 12 Tribes of Israel musicians, Stereo's productions captured some of their best performances. We'll be (re)issuing some of the best released and previously unreleased cuts from this '70s era and beyond, as Stereo has kept producing right thru to the present day. Thru our previous releases on the Negus Music label (with more yet to come!), you should know how much we like Albert "Ilawi" Malawi. Known as a great drummer and also as selector of the legendary Jah Love sound system, Ilawi is also a fantastic vocalist and here is maybe his best record, one of the best roots records of the 1970's, and a great dub mixed by Sylvan Morris.