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Asuka Ando - あまいひとくち Asuka Ando - あまいひとくち (P-Vine Records JPN) 2018

Japanese Reggae

P.O.
¥2700 (US$23.88)
Ras Kanto - Ras Kanto Sings Roots & Steppas Ras Kanto - Ras Kanto Sings Roots & Steppas (unknown) 2017

Japanese Roots/Dub

Ras Kanto, Itak Shaggy Tojo

P.O.
   ¥2000 (US$17.69)
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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   ¥2780 (US$24.59)
Gypsy Princess - Unity Gypsy Princess - Unity (Gypsy Black Stone JPN) 2017

Japanese Reggae

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   ¥1000 (US$8.85)
Various - V.I.P. Hits 4 The Unstoppable Various - V.I.P. Hits 4 The Unstoppable (V.I.P International JPN) 2017

Japanese Dancehall

P.O.
   ¥3000 (US$26.54)
Reggaelation IndependAnce - Kiddus I Meets Reggaelation IndependAnce Reggaelation IndependAnce - Kiddus I Meets Reggaelation IndependAnce (Dub Store Records JPN) 2014
Spiritual message from Kiddus I, the Original Rockers. Featuring a breathtaking remake of gFlying Knotsh, gWake Uph in collaboration with Reggaelation independence and fully improvised nyabinghi session gFutureh. Miraculous release consists of timeless messages with deep dubs..

Japanese Roots/Dub

Dub Store Records

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   ¥2500 (US$22.12)
Matt Sounds - Matt Sounds Matt Sounds - Matt Sounds (Overheat JPN) 2017

Japanese Reggae

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   ¥2700 (US$23.88)
Okawa & The Rulers - Oshirononakade Okawa & The Rulers - Oshirononakade (Down Beat Ruler JPN)
Debut album from Okawa & The Rulers!

Japanese Ska

Takeshi Okawa

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   ¥1944 (US$17.20)
Ja-ge George (Rub A Dub Market) - The Ja-ge George Ja-ge George (Rub A Dub Market) - The Ja-ge George (Part2style JPN) 2016
Ja-ge George, a deejay of Rub A Dub Market, releases his long-awaited first solo album "The Ja-ge George"on Tokyo based label / production Part2Style imprint. The self-titled album offers his career footprints as a solo artist up to date and it consists of highly acclaimed singles such as "Down Beat Rule", "Work Man Talk", " Rodeo Drive" and " Put It On" as well as some brand-new songs and remixes.

Japanese Dancehall

Part2style Sound

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   ¥2700 (US$23.88)
Anthony Red Rose, King Kong - Two Big Bull In A One Pen Anthony Red Rose, King Kong - Two Big Bull In A One Pen (Dub Store Records JPN) 1986
Digital masterpiece from King Tubby’s re-constructed recording studio. Two of the biggest stars from the dawn of the digital era meet in a head to head clash at the King’s state of the art Firehouse headquarters.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

King Tubby

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   ¥2268 (US$20.06)
Various - King Jammys Dancehall 2: Digital Roots & Hard Dancehall 1984-1991 Various - King Jammys Dancehall 2: Digital Roots & Hard Dancehall 1984-1991 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1983-1991
Traditional 1970s ragamuffin roots played in pure 1980s digital style. Message music with a dancehall vibe, King Jammy mixes it up with conscious tunes from superstars like Dennis Brown, Cornell Campbell, Wailing Soul & Horace Andy.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Lloyd James

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   ¥2780 (US$24.59)
Various - King Jammys Dancehall 1985-1989 (2 CD) (Gatefold Paper Sleeve) Various - King Jammys Dancehall 1985-1989 (2 CD) (Gatefold Paper Sleeve) (Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN) 1985-1989
The "Digital Revolution" occurred in the Jamaican music industry by a single rhythm called "Sleng Teng". The responsible person for the rhythm was King Jammy who was the owner and producer of the Jammys label. The label dominated the scene between year 1985-1989 and released vast numbers of material. Dub Store Records compiles the best of the 80's heavyweight Dancehall from the Jammys catalogue. The collection consists of "Disc One: Vocals & Jeejay" and "Disc Two: Instrumental Dub Version". Each disc features popular songs and instrumental dub versions on "Hevenless", "Love Punanny Bad" and "Far East" rhythm. They also include rare collector's tunes like Anthony Johnson's 'Dancehall Vibes' and some of them are first time to appear on CD. This selection is crucial for all Dancehall lovers.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Lloyd James

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   ¥2940 (US$26.01)
Anthony Red Rose - Red Rose Will Make You Dance Anthony Red Rose - Red Rose Will Make You Dance (Dub Store Records JPN) 1986

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

King Tubby

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   ¥2268 (US$20.06)
The Techniques & Friends - Winston Riley's Rock Steady & Early Reggae 1968-1969 The Techniques & Friends - Winston Riley's Rock Steady & Early Reggae 1968-1969 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1968-1969
Winston Riley started his production career as a singer with an enviable track record, having formed the Techniques in 1962 and hitting the top of the charts two years later with the splendid ‘Little Did You Know’ for Duke Reid’s esteemed Treasure Isle label. When the frantic ska beat slowed down and turned into rocksteady Winston remained the only permanent component of the Techniques, arguably Jamaica’s finest vocal group. As the beat changed yet again from rock steady to the faster reggae format, Winston’s thoughts turned to production, and he decided to create his own ‘Techniques’ label. A serious man with a serious work ethic, the quality of his music was apparent from the start as he released hit after hit, producing and singing as part of the different combinations of singers and vocal groups that he worked with. In 1970 he produced his biggest ever hit ‘Double Barrel’, a ground breaking track that went on to be the biggest reggae track of 1971, reaching the very top of the UK national pop charts in May, and peaking at number 22 in the US Billboard charts in August. After this pop success Winston Riley continued working as he always had done, producing top quality reggae tracks with a host of Jamaica’s finest singers and musicians. After opening his shop in Chancery Lane, he continued on his quest for the best throughout the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and into the 21st century, never failing to bring his decades of experience and peerless production skills to bear on whatever contemporary music he was producing. Winston Riley was at the forefront of the Jamaican music business for over forty years, an authentic reggae polymath who had embraced the roles of singer, songwriter, arranger and producer. He had been making plans for a new studio and museum in his Orange Street record shop right up to his death in 2012. He was truly one of Jamaica’s hardest working and most consistent producers, and these two albums represent only a very small part of his huge musical legacy.

Rock Steady

Winston Riley

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   ¥2376 (US$21.02)
Leslie Butler - We've Only Just Begun Leslie Butler - We've Only Just Begun (Dub Store Records JPN) 197-
Because of his superior talent and intense personality, one of the most ingenious pianists Leslie Butler had a lack of releases, however he was given an exceptional chance by the Federal Records to record this one of the most peculiar albums in the history of Jamaican music. This beautifully finished Jamaican Jazz Funk/Rare Groove album is mostly constructed with the traditional covers that all Jamaicans will know although with the wonderful arrangement, and very Jamaican, ensemble stripping aesthetics give the album a whole new character that can’t be heard elsewhere.This masterpiece should make it to the shelves of not only reggae fans but soul and jazz fans as well. Leslie always committed on making a serious piece of music - never liked to make either of Jamaican popular music or business-like commercial music. He had a strong belief of not letting others to control his talent. Therefore there were often conflicts between him and producers or he was not even given a chance to record anything at all. It’s a really sad story, but this unfortunate musician’s lifestyle can be heard on the recordings such as “Guitar In Ernest ? Ernest Ranglin (DSR-LP / CD-501)” and “Reggae Rhapsody ? Leslie Butler (DSR-FEDS12-001).” Perhaps with this album in addition, it might be all enough.

Jamaican Jazz

Richard Khouri

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   ¥2500 (US$22.12)
Laurel Aitken - The Godfather Of Ska Anthology (2CD) Laurel Aitken - The Godfather Of Ska Anthology (2CD) (Cherry Red/Pressure Drop) 1957-1989

Ska

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   ¥3180 ¥2580 (US$22.82)
Various - Derrick Harriott Rock Steady 1966-1969 Various - Derrick Harriott Rock Steady 1966-1969 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1966-1969

Rock Steady

Derrick Harriott

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   ¥2780 (US$24.59)
Skatalites, Lloyd Brevett - African Roots Skatalites, Lloyd Brevett - African Roots (Grover EU) 1975

Instrumental Roots

Lloyd Brevette, Duke Reid

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   ¥2280 (US$20.17)
Tommy McCook - Sannic Sounds Tommy McCook - Sannic Sounds (Dub Store Records JPN) 1973
One of the rarest, and greatest, horn instrumental dub albums of the seventies featuring the soaring saxophone of Tommy McCook in combination with Glen Brown, ‘The Rhythm Master’, is finally given a legitimate release. Featuring the soaring saxophone of Tommy McCook in combination with Glen Brown, ‘The Rhythm Master’, is finally given a legitimate release. Including liner notes from Harry Hawks.

Instrumental Reggae

Glen Brown

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   ¥2780 (US$24.59)
Ernest Ranglin - Boss Reggae Ernest Ranglin - Boss Reggae (K & K US) 1970

Instrumental Reggae

Richard Khouri

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   ¥2080 ¥1980 (US$17.52)
King Tubby - King Tubbys Presents Sound Clash Dubplate Style Part 2 King Tubby - King Tubbys Presents Sound Clash Dubplate Style Part 2 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1988
The legendary 'Sound Clash Dub Plate Style' album digitally deconstructed by King Tubby A late eighties masterwork from the King's reconstructed Waterhouse studio fusing Tubby's mythical dub techniques with the nascent sounds of ragga dancehall.

Dub Digital

King Tubby

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   ¥2376 (US$21.02)