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Kiddus I - Rockers: Graduation In Zion 1978-1980

Dub Store Records JPN 1978- 1980

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¥2780 (US$25.36)


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Wailing Souls - Very Well / Version

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US


An undeniable classic straight from 29 Maxfield Avenue. The Wailing Souls' "Very Well", all-time epic roots reggae, and as impassioned a song about repatriation as ever sung. This 12-inch reissue replaces the B-side "Fire Coal Man" from the original release with a full extended dub of "Very Well"!


Invaders - You Touch My Soul / Version

Sir Collins / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 197-

¥1430 (US$13.04)

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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Immortals (Bobbie Sharkie) - Babylon / Version

Don One / Bond Export / Deeper Knowledge US 1975


Producer Danny Ffrench's DON 1 label only had a trio of releases, but all were stellar.


Invaders - Conquaring Lion

Ujama / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1979

Heaven & Earth/Conquering Lion

¥1180 (US$10.76)

"Conquering Lion" was given by Jazzbo to the then-young Coxsone sound system in London, for play and promotion on the sound.