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Best sold Roots Reggae 1970s within a week before Mar 25, 2014

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Junior Murvin (Junior Soul) - Rescue The Children / Rescue The Children Version

Move & Groove / Dub Store Records JPN 1974

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Recorded in 1974, this is Junior Murvin's first Roots tune ever. Having always been sought after by collectors, this song is possibly the ultimate classic. This is a completely different take from the one Junior Murvin recorded for Lee Perry in 1977 for the “Police and Thieves” LP distributed by Island. Undoubtedly this is one of Murvin’s best tunes, which should be in every collector’s record box.

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Fashioneers - Guiding Light

Swing Bird / / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1977

Guiding Light

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Awesome heavy roots harmony from ~1975, recorded and mixed at Channel 1.

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Jewels - Love & Livity / Dub

Leggo Sounds / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1979

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"Slave Trade" and "Love and Livity" were both originally released on Jamaican seven-inch, on Leggo's Cash & Carry label, and distributed from his former Orange St. record shop of the same name. Both tunes stand near the top of the heap for hard roots harmony, no small feat.

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Delroy Wilson - Give Me Your Love / Version

Sir Collins / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1977

Artibella

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The mighty Delroy Wilson, one of Jamaica's biggest artists. "Give Me Your Love" was released on a Delroy LP again on the WARICKA label, which was mostly sold as a blank label pre-release with no cover, although copies with labels and/or a silk-screened cover also exist. This is a phenomenal cut on the mournful and heavy 'Artibella' rhythm, with a killer organ sound that we just love. This tune is backed by a dub cut with horns and bongos, lifted from an extremely rare blank-label Sir Collins compilation LP. We've heard tell that the vocal cut also comes on blank label pre-release 7-inch, but haven't seen it. Can anyone confirm? In any case this tune is one of our favorite of its era, essential to any Delroy Wilson selection.

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Invaders - You Touch My Soul / Version

Sir Collins / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 197-

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Though little is recalled about this harmony group from Trenchtown & Greenwich Farm, their small output during the 1970's was deadly enough, cutting records for Studio One (mostly as harmonizers), Prince Jazzbo, GG's, Lloyd 'Printer' Campbell, and most notably, Sir Collins. "You Touch My Soul" is something of legend among collectors and Studio 1 fiends alike. Sir Collins had the distinction of being among a handful of outside producers to have rented Coxsone Dodd's Studio 1, and produced his own music there. "You Touch My Soul" is one such record, unmistakably by its sound, cut at Brentford Road. A deep, uptempo rhythm underpins the Invaders beautiful vocals, while a majestic trombone comes in and out of the mix. The flipside of the record features a straight instrumental version of the rhythm, as originally only released on the very rare NY issue of the tune on the Waricka label (the UK issue on Sir Collins' own Music Wheel label was on a 4-track EP including other vocal cuts by other artists, and no version).

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Jennifer Lara - Music By The Score / Dub

Cry Tuff / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1979

Memories By The Score

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Deep late '70s roots from Prince Far I's CRY TUFF label. Only ever released on JA 45, reissued for the first time. As lovers of female fronted roots tunes we had to get this killer Jennifer Lara tune out there, a rugged lick of the 'rockfort rock' riddim.