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Chuck Turner - We Rule The Dancehall Chuck Turner - We Rule The Dancehall (Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN) 1987
Chuck Turner has recorded his impressive songs at Jammys such as 'I Need You' and 'Run Around Girl'. 'We Rule The Dancehall' is one of those and this tough steppers rhythm was build by notable Steelie & Clivie. His melancholy voice is something very contrary to his aggressive lyrics but that's something it makes this record attractive.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Lloyd James

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   ¥1280 (US$11.73)
Various - Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 (2LP) Various - Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 (2LP) (Dub Store Records JPN) 1985-1989
Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 press sheet by David Katz Hugh ‘Redman’ James is one of the greatest Jamaican music producers of the late 1980s. Raised in a musical household in the west Kingston slum of Hannah Town, with his mother a sound system selector, Redman gained his initial schooling in the music business from none other than King Tubby, the legendary sound system owner and dub mixer that was responsible for voicing and mixing some of the greatest reggae of all time. After being immersed in sound system culture during his youth in the 1960s and 70s, Redman began sitting in on sessions at King Tubby’s studio, but migrated to Hartford, Connecticut in 1978 in search of steady employment. Returning to Jamaica a few years later, he established a popular sound system in Kingston and began producing music with King Tubby’s assistance in 1985, working with the Roots Radics during a time of great uncertainty in Jamaican music, as the new dancehall style came to prominence; early work featured Gregory Isaacs, Sugar Minott and Frankie Paul, as well as rising stars such as Little John and Horace Martin. Then, following the computerisation of dancehall, Redman began producing some of the most popular music of the day, crafting durable and complex rhythms with a broad team of players that included Steely and Clevie, augmented by members of the Browne Bunch and other players. Redman helped establish a number of total unknowns in this era, including Carl Meeks, Dave Bailey and Wayne Palmer, and became a serious contender for King Jammy’s crown. But the producer was ultimately frustrated by the dramatic changes to sweep Jamaican music in the early 1990s, and subsequently retreated from the music industry Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 compiles the best work from his glory days, with half of the twelve vocal tracks coming complete with corresponding dub versions.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Hugh James

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   ¥4320 (US$39.58)
Michael Prophet - Copa Come Michael Prophet - Copa Come (Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN) 1985
Prolific and long standing label Techniques had numerous hits over the years. However “The Copa Come” is a hidden classic by Michael Prophet and possibly the most dangerous tune released after 1985. Great crossover contains both roots and dancehall goodness.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Winston Riley

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
Screwdriver - Computer Rule Screwdriver - Computer Rule (Sunset) 1988

Dancehall 1985-1989

Harry Johnson

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   ¥570 ¥499 (US$4.57)
Barry Brown - I'm Still Waiting Barry Brown - I'm Still Waiting (Radiation Roots EU) 1983

Heavyweight Dance '79-'84

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   ¥3980 (US$36.47)
Junior Reid - Woman Change Your Way Junior Reid - Woman Change Your Way (Live & Learn) 1985

Heavyweight Dance '79-'84

Delroy Wright

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   ¥600 ¥299 (US$2.74)
Half Pint - One Big Ghetto Half Pint - One Big Ghetto (Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN) 1984
Without mentioning Half Pint, the true story about the Jammys label can never be told. King Jammy adopted a classic song ‘Open The Gate’ and versioned the rhythm digitally. The young Half Pint claims this wild world is ‘One Big Ghetto’. On the flip side, Tonto Irie showcases his skillful and edgy lyrical flow to the same rhythm.

Heavyweight Dance '79-'84

Lloyd James

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   ¥1280 (US$11.73)
George Nooks - Working My Way Back To You (Slight Edge Warp) George Nooks - Working My Way Back To You (Slight Edge Warp) (Globe International/Mixing Lab) 1980

Dancehall 1979-1984

George Nooks

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   ¥600 ¥299 (US$2.74)
The Melodians - Swing & Dine The Melodians - Swing & Dine (Gay Feet/Dub Store Records) 1968

Rock Steady

Sonia Pottinger

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   ¥1580 (US$14.48)
Hopeton Lewis - Cool Collie Hopeton Lewis - Cool Collie (Merritone/Dub Store Records JPN) 1966
Originally released in 1966, 'Cool Collie' is sometimes considered as one of the first Rocksteady recordings. With hard hit paformance by the back band, Hepetone Lewis sings to free Ganja which is the one of the essential elements of Jamaican music tradition.B-side, Mr. Rocksteady performs a bitter love song in a minor key.

Rock Steady

Paul Khouri, Richard Khouri

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   ¥1380 (US$12.64)
The Melodians - A Little Nut Tree The Melodians - A Little Nut Tree (Gay Feet/Dub Store Records) 1968

Rock Steady

Sonia Pottinger

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   ¥1580 (US$14.48)
Blues Busters - Soon You'll Be Gone Blues Busters - Soon You'll Be Gone (Sunshine/BMN/Dub Store Records JPN) 1964
Another smash hit Ska masterpiece by the Blues Busters, the superstar duo who had been dominating the Jamaican pop music industry since the 50’s!! Covering the American hits as their specialty, the popular group had left a number of Jamaican souls, although only a few ska hits. Out of those few, this is undoubtedly another one of the most considerable tunes they had left. An excellent singing melody sparkles on top of the Byron Lee’s iconic softly touched bass line.

Ska

Ronnie Nasralla

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
Marcia Griffiths - It's Too Late Baby (Press Noise) Marcia Griffiths - It's Too Late Baby (Press Noise) (Harry J) 1975

Reggae Female Vo. 70s

Harry Johnson

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   ¥680 ¥499 (US$4.57)
The Browne Bunch - We've Got A Good Thing Going The Browne Bunch - We've Got A Good Thing Going (Superstar/Dub Store Records JPN) 1973
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.

Soulful/Funky Reggae

Michael Chung

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
U Roy - Dynamic Fashion Way U Roy - Dynamic Fashion Way (Inbidimts/Dub Store Records JPN) 1970
Some may call it the original sound tune! This deejay cut strongly represent the new era of reggae music during 1969-70 with a string of new producers landing with serious hits. “Dynamic Fashion” would definitely be one of the top three U-Roy early classics.

Early Reggae 1969-1973

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
Cornell Campbell - Jah Jah Me Horn Yah Cornell Campbell - Jah Jah Me Horn Yah (Bunny Lee/Dub Store Records JPN)

Early Reggae 1969-1973

Bunny Lee

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
Johnny Scar - United Africa Johnny Scar - United Africa (Solomonic/Dub Store Records JPN) 1986
Bunny Wailer, respectfully called “The Blackheart Man”, produced Johnny Scar’s one-off recording ‘United Africa’. The mystic singer wrote this heavy roots song and sang with his unique chant like a voice of the roots reggae icon, Burning Spear. And the song appeared as 12”on the Solomonic Production imprint in 1986.

Roots Reggae 1980s

Bunny Wailer

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   ¥2180 (US$19.97)
Bunny Wailer - Dubd'sco Bunny Wailer - Dubd'sco (Dub Store Records JPN) 1978
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

Bob Marley & The Wailers

Neville Livingston

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   ¥3240 (US$29.69)
Gregory Isaacs - Babylon Too Rough Gregory Isaacs - Babylon Too Rough (Joe Gibbs UK) 1976

Roots Reggae 1970s

Joel Gibson

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   ¥2280 (US$20.89)
Junior Delgado, Dennis Brown - DEB Music Showcase EP Volume 1 Junior Delgado, Dennis Brown - DEB Music Showcase EP Volume 1 (DEB UK)

Roots Reggae 1970s

Dennis Brown

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   ¥2780 (US$25.47)
Errol Brown & The Revolutionaries - Dub Expression Errol Brown & The Revolutionaries - Dub Expression (Dub Store Records JPN) 1978
Dub like it used to be from the High Note and Gay Feet labels A selection of rocking rhythms from The Revolutionaries masterminded by Jamaica’s finest female record producer, Mrs Sonia Pottinger, and mixed by Duke Reid’s nephew, Errol Brown, chief engineer at the legendary Treasure Isle studio.

Dub 1970s

Sonia Pottinger

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   ¥2880 (US$26.39)
Aquarius Dub - Aquarius Dub Aquarius Dub - Aquarius Dub (Aquarius UK) 1973

Dub 1970s

Herman Chin Loy

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   ¥2780 (US$25.47)
King Tubby - Meets The Aggrovators At Dub Station King Tubby - Meets The Aggrovators At Dub Station (Radiation Roots EU) 1976

Dub 1970s

Bunny Lee

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   ¥3280 (US$30.05)
Keith Hudson - Melody Maker Keith Hudson - Melody Maker (Mafia/Dub Store Records JPN) 1973
Way ahead of its time, deep reggae funk by Keith Hudson with a hint of dub.

Instrumental Reggae

Keith Hudson

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
Marcia Griffiths - My Love Marcia Griffiths - My Love (Antrim/Dub Store Records JPN) 1974
Marcia Griffiths' fine cover of Paul McCartney classic. Essential for fans of UK lovers.

Lovers Rock JA 70s

Geoffrey Chung

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
Sharon Forrester - Silly Wasn't I Sharon Forrester - Silly Wasn't I (Edge/Dub Store Records JPN) 1973
The Jamaican lovers masterpiece by Sharon Forrester and UK lovers classic.

Lovers Rock JA 70s

Geoffrey Chung

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
Horace Andy - Unity, Love And Strength Horace Andy - Unity, Love And Strength (Federal/Dub Store Records JPN)
Not only reggae fans have been after the reissue of this lovers roots classic. “Unity, Love and Strength” starts with smooth piano into sweet dramatic vocal piece backed by the Wailers band. Horace Andy’s falsetto is the perfect touch to this masterpiece.

Lovers Rock JA 70s

Aston 'Family Man' Barrett

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   ¥1480 (US$13.56)
Janet Kay - Loving You Janet Kay - Loving You (All Tone UK) 1982

Lovers Rock UK 70s

Alton Ellis

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   ¥1380 (US$12.64)
Ed Solo, Deekline, Alozade, Hollow Point, Mr. Vegas - Sensi Ed Solo, Deekline, Alozade, Hollow Point, Mr. Vegas - Sensi (Jungle Cakes UK) 2011

Ragga Jungle

Ed Solo, Deekline

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   ¥1680 (US$15.39)
Mungo's Hi Fi, Sugar Minott, Daddy Freddy - Raggamuffin Mungo's Hi Fi, Sugar Minott, Daddy Freddy - Raggamuffin (Scrub A Dub UK/Scotch Bonnet UK) 2015
Mungo's Hi Fi held a recording session with Sugar Minott in Glasgow in 2009, not knowing that he would sadly pass away six months later. This record features his raggamuffi n vocal which has been complemented with Daddy Freddy at his growling best, which he was proud to record alongside his friend and mentor. The 12" features on one side Mungo's Hi Fi's original dubby smasher, which has been one of their most requested tracks since they started playing it out on dubplate. The other side is their fi rst collaboration with Chimpo, who has pulled out all the stops to take the homage to Zinc's Super Sharp Shooter to the next level.

Ragga Dubstep

Mungo's Hi Fi

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Ed Solo, Deekline, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs - Ragga Muffin Ed Solo, Deekline, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs - Ragga Muffin (Jungle Cakes UK) 2010

Ragga Jungle

Ed Solo, Deekline

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   ¥1680 (US$15.39)
Java - Headhunters Volume 3 Java - Headhunters Volume 3 (Kemet UK) 2019

Ragga Jungle

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   ¥1680 (US$15.39)