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Wailers - Pass It On / Trod On

Solomonic / Dub Store Records JPN 1978

¥1480 (US$13.50)

A radically different take to one of the standout tracks on 'Burnin' the final Wailers album to feature the original line up of Bob, Peter & Bunny. The lyrics are profound without a hint of pretension "Be not selfish in your doing…" and the rhythm runs at a sprightlier pace than the album version. A third version exists with Bob Marley taking the opening verse but this is surely the definitive cut of a truly classic song. "Live for yourself you will live in vain…"


Wailers - Life Line / Big Youth - Black On Black

Solomonic / Dub Store Records JPN 1976

B: Bide Up

¥1480 (US$13.50)

'Life Line' a gentle, haunting love song showcasing Bunny's sublime vocals over a subtle, restrained rhythm encapsulates in just over two minutes more than many lesser artists manage to express over an entire double album. Big Youth’s plea for tolerance and understanding, one of his two essential cuts of Bunny’s 'Bide Up', was originally released as a double sided single and is one of the hardest to find records on the Solomonic label. Search no more…


Wailers - Arabs Oil Weapon / Dubd - Version

Solomonic / Dub Store Records JPN 1976

¥1480 (US$13.50)

Prophetic, thought provoking and deeply disturbing Bunny pulls no punches on this release… nearly thirty five years later very little has changed. The chilling version echoes and expands the theme.


Derrick Morgan - Blazing Fire

Beverleys UK 1963

¥1480 (US$13.50)

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Johnny Osbourne - Line Up / Trevor Levy - Nah Run From No Clash

Firehouse / Dub Store Records JPN 1988


When it comes to naming the best dancehall compilation album, many will mention an album called "Sound Clash Dubplate Style" produced by King Tubby. "Line Up" by Johnny Osbourne was taken from the album where he showcases his enchanting melodies and lyrics and Trevor Levy's voice echoes calmly with vigorous lyrics on the flip side. Also both songs feature an intro by legendary MC Fuzzy Jones.