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Sugar Minott - Conscious Lover / Pad Anthony - By Show Down

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1989

Tonight

¥1280 (US$12.34)

Sugar Minott always showcased his versatile talent by singing lover’s rock to dancehall songs and attracted a variety of wide audiences. Certainly, he proves this ability on the ‘Tonight’ rhythm, which is regarded as one of the most popular rhythms among the Jammys catalogue. On the flip side, Pad Anthony sings a soundclash anthem to the same rhythm. The song only appeared on a LP album entitled ‘Sound Clash 89’.

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Conroy Smith - Sugar Me / Sugar Me Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1989

Tonight

¥1280 (US$12.34)

A few titles has been released on Suguar Minott’s ‘Conscious Lover’ rhythm but ‘Sugar Me’ by Conroy Smith is one of the most wanted records on the rhythm among collectors. On this smooth drifting rhythm, he sings mournfully but also with his sweet lyrics.

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Pad Anthony - Dangerous System / Dangerous System Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1987

Like A Dragon

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While digital dancehall was gaining in popularity since 1985, Pad Anthony released a large number of classical songs with King Jammy. ‘Dangerous System’ is one of his major songs. The artist focuses on systematic oppression as his theme to deliver his warning lyrics to the same rhythm track ‘Like A Dragon’ by Wayne Smith and ‘History’ by Dennis Brown.

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Half Pint - One Big Ghetto / Tonto Irie - Ram Up Every Corner

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1984

Open The Gate

¥1280 (US$12.34)

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.

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Echo Minott - I Am Back / I Am Back Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1987

¥1280 (US$12.34)

Since the early dancehall period, Echo Minott aka Noel Phillips recorded some songs for King Jammy. After having a hit single ‘Murder Weapon’ on the Signet label in 1992, the deejay became absent in the business and away from Jamaica for nearly 2 year. But he came back to the scene with another hit ‘I Am Back’ produced by King Jammy.

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Gregory Isaacs - Ruler / Ruler Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1989

Running From Reality

¥1280 (US$12.34)

‘The Ruler’ by Gregory Isaacs was only available for listening on a LP album “Reggae Sound War: Electrocutioner Vol.2”. The reggae crooner gently buries idiot sound bwoys with his killer lyrics and stand tall as the Cool Ruler. Recorded to the same rhythm track ‘Running From Reality’ by Admiral Tibet.

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Little John - Come Do It To Me / Come Do It To Me Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1986

Screechie Across The Border

¥1280 (US$12.34)

Little John, who was one of the most remarkable figures at various sound system dances for his talent, delivers sorrowful vocal with his distinctive lyrical flow on this song ‘Come Do It To Me’. Recorded to a surging and whirling digital dancehall rhythm track ‘Screechie Across The Border’.

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Prince Junior - Crucial Boy / Crucial Boy Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1985

¥1280 (US$12.34)

Prince Junior’s ‘Crucial Boy’ appeared on the King Jammy’s classic LP [Prince Jammy Presents VOL. 2]. Although he recorded a few songs for King Jammy in 1986, much information about the artist remains unknown. However, this ‘crucial ’song preaches equal rights, Justice and Love & Unity over his high-pitched weeping voice with his conscious and profound lyrics.

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Barry Brown - Over Me; Dub / Angela Prince - Joker Lover; Dub

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US

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The Angela Prince is an often-overlooked tune, with mournful lovers lyrics on top of one of Channel's all-time heaviest riddims.

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Admiral Tibet - Running From Reality / Running From Reality Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1988

Running From Reality

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Admiral Tibet maintained himself as one of forefront cultural singers during the 80’s and the early 90’s. He consciously warns his girl friend about their love relationship with his melodious lyrics. “May be, Might be, Could it be, Girl you are running from reality”

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Count Owen & His Calypsonians - Calypsos Down Jamaica Way

Dub Store Records JPN 1960

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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!

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Junior Murvin - Jack Slick / Anthony Johnson - Dancehall Vibes

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1987

Jack Slick

¥1280 (US$12.34)

Junior Marvin is apparently more known for his 70's work but he continued his career while dancehall period and released album 'Apartheid' at Jammys. This heavy weight dancehall song 'Jack Slick' was on the album and released on 12" single vinyl. On side B, 'Dancehall Vibes' by Anthony Johnson on the same rhythm with different arrangements was only released on 12" single vinyl.

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Anthony Red Rose - Me No Want No Boops / Me No Want No Boops Version

Firehouse / Dub Store Records JPN 1986

Revolution/Here I Come

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Without mentioning Anthony Red Rose, we are simply not able to discuss the distinguished sound of King Tubby and his Firehouse label. The artist was an essential figure who recorded a song called "Tempo", creating an original rhythm. It was produced by King Tubby and immediately became a symbol of 80's dancehall. During this period, King Tubby and his entourages have created prolific rhythms while running his Firehouse label. Luckily, Anthony Red Rose was able to come on the scene with his 'out of key' style and release several hits 'Old Pan Bangrang', 'Under Mi Fat Thing' and 'Worries Again' on their rhythms. "Me No Want No Boops" on the classic roots reggae rhythm "Here I Come" features humorous voice arrangement by Anthony himself and undoubtedly, this is another reputable number within the Firehouse catalogue.

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Robert Lee - Dreams / Dreams Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1991

Run Down The World

¥1280 (US$12.34)

Robert Lee has proven that he has much ability to bring cool soundsystem tunes with his popular song ‘Come Now’. This time, he did it again with ‘Dreams’to the same rhythm track‘Run Down The World’ by Nitty Gritty.

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Banana Man - Musical Murder / Musical Murder Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1989

Wicked Can't Run Away

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Although Banana Man is not a famous figure in the business as he was not a prolific artist, his funs still remember his soundsystem anthems and his unique name. ‘Musical Murder’ considerably one of his best works on the King Jammy’s digitally versioned ‘Wicked Can’t Run Awa’ rhythm.

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Pad Anthony - Murderer / Tullo T - None Ah Dat

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1987

Heavenless

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King Jammy recorded two outstanding songs on the foundation ‘Heavenless’ rhythm among many others. Although Pad Anthony’s ‘Murderer’ is perhaps the most well known soundclash standard, Tullo T aka Papa Tullo showcased his conscious lyrics with fast-rapping style on the same rhythm.