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Various - Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 Various - Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 (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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Various - King Jammys Dancehall 4: Hard Dancehall Lover 1985-1989 Various - King Jammys Dancehall 4: Hard Dancehall Lover 1985-1989 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1985-1989
Digital goes romantic. Lover’s Rock meets dancehall in King Jammy’s Studio. Love and romance ina digital style, King Jammy presents songs of devotion over his fresh, hard-hitting computerized rhythms

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Lloyd James

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Various - King Jammys Dancehall 3: Hard Dancehall Murderer 1985-1989 Various - King Jammys Dancehall 3: Hard Dancehall Murderer 1985-1989 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1985-1989
Murder in the dancehall tonight! Jammy’s leading artists boost up the sound system. The heart and soul of dancehall - singing about the sound over crucial rhythms, challenging a sound boy to come test Jammy.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Lloyd James

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Various Artists - King Tubbys Presents Sound Clash Dubplate Style Various Artists - King Tubbys Presents Sound Clash Dubplate Style (Dub Store Records JPN) 1988
The quintessential eighties soundboy burial album A digital masterpiece, produced by King Tubby, containing ten certified classics of the soundboy slaughter genre with the late lamented Fuzzy Jones on introduction duties.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

King Tubby

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Count Owen & His Calypsonians - Calypsos Down Jamaica Way Count Owen & His Calypsonians - Calypsos Down Jamaica Way (Dub Store Records JPN) 1960
Crucial recordings of the multifaceted Jamaican Music from the early 1960's. Funny and sharp, with the catchiest tunes ? foundation music to move your feet!

Mento, Calypso, Trad.

Ken Khouri

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Cecil Lloyd - A Night In Jamaica With Cecil Lloyd Cecil Lloyd - A Night In Jamaica With Cecil Lloyd (Dub Store Records JPN) 1965
First ever re-issue of 1965 Jamaican Latin-Calypso-Jazz album by the piano genius Cecil Lloyd, who led a 20-piece hotel band from the age of seventeen. In 1959, the maestro was asked to record an album for 20th Century Fox and he later released three albums on Studio One. Featuring a solid rhythm section with conga and percussion, A Night in Jamaica was produced by Ken Khouri for Federal's Kentone label. This enduring masterpiece still echoes across the beautiful Caribbean Sea.

Jamaican Jazz

Cecil Lloyd

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Gladstone Anderson, Lynn Taitt, Jets - Glad Sounds Gladstone Anderson, Lynn Taitt, Jets - Glad Sounds (Dub Store Records JPN) 1968
Trinidad born legendary guitarist, Lynn Taitt, who brought the first wave of Rocksteady to the Island, and Gladdy Anderson who is well known for a Skatalites' pianist, they both got together to record this Rocksteady instrumental album 'Glad Sounds' at Federal Studio in 1968. Released from the Merritone label, which was managed under the Federal. The album depicts the hay day and best sound of Rocksteady as well as label itself. First time to be reissued by Dub Store Records. The forth reissue of the Story Of Federal program by Dub Store Records. The original UK issue was released on the Big Shot label with a different jacket design. Album tracks consist mainly of cover versions of popular tracks, which were produced by Coxsone Dodd, Bunny Lee and Sonia Pottinger. Lynn Taitt and Gladstone Anderson added gentle flavors to their versions by their distinctive instrumental plays. Also Federal's recording facility made possible to maintain this sound quality. Certainly, this is another classic album to add to your collection shelf!!

Rock Steady

Richard Khouri

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Various - Dance Hall '63 featuring King Stitt Various - Dance Hall '63 featuring King Stitt (Studio One) 1962-1964

Ska

CS Dodd

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Kiddus I - Rockers: Graduation In Zion 1978-1980 Kiddus I - Rockers: Graduation In Zion 1978-1980 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1978-1980

Roots Reggae 1970s

Kiddus I

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Barry Brown - Far East Barry Brown - Far East (Hit Bound/Channel One US) 1981

Roots Reggae 1980s

Joseph Hookim

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Dadawah (Ras Michael) - Peace & Love Dadawah (Ras Michael) - Peace & Love (Wild Flower/Honest Jons UK/Dug Out UK) 1974

Nyahbingi Drumming

Lloyd Charmers

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Sons Of Negus - A Psalm Of Praises To The Most High 1967-1972 Sons Of Negus - A Psalm Of Praises To The Most High 1967-1972 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1967-1972
“Let Africa be our guiding star, OUR STAR OF DESTINY.” Marcus Mosiah Garvey In 1967 Ras Michael began to play occasional recording sessions for Clement ‘Coxsone’ Dodd with Jackie Mittoo and Soul Vendors at Studio One. Instead of getting paid for his work Ras Michael requested studio time for recordings for his own Zion Disc productions as the Sons of Negus Churchical Host. Seven inch releases at Zion Disc in 1967 and 1968, included ‘A Psalm Of Praises To The Most High’, ‘Come Down’, ‘King’s Highway’ to name a few, and all were unequivocal in form and content. The records did not trouble charts and none were released outside of Kingston… “Like reggae is a vision. Reggae is the word that hits at the heartstrings the mind can’t control. I and I get the message of Rastafari out through reggae. It is the black music line of message to the world. It is the black Rastaman line of message to the world. It is the metaphorical Black Star Line…” Ras Michael

Nyahbingi Drumming

Sons Of Negus

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