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Best sold Roots Reggae 1970s within a week before Dec 5, 2014

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Kiddus I - Rockers: Graduation In Zion 1978-1980

Dub Store Records JPN 1978- 1980

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¥2780 (US$25.86)

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Wailing Souls - Very Well / Version

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US

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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"!

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Jewels - Love & Livity / Dub

Leggo Sounds / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1979

¥1180 (US$10.98)

"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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Earl Sixteen - Malcolm X / Winston Mcanuff - Armaggedon Time

Wild Flower / Crystal / Dub Store Records JPN 1976/ 1977

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Featuring Earl Sixteen, who later recorded an album at Studio One, the last title of our Derrick Harriott re-issue series is one of the most rare Roots tunes from Harriott’s production. The A-side proves that Roots Reggae was at its pick at the time, and the B-Side, with its militant beat by Winston McAnuff, who renamed himself to Electric Dread, make this record an all-time Roots favorite.

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Silk Satin Velvet & Wool - Natty Burry / Advocates Aggregation - Satan Pickney

Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 1975

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From a slightly later date than the Uprising label singles, here's a killer double sided discomix 10" on the Stereo Uprising label. One side features Thomas White's "Ivory Girl", a haunting vocal over a killer Black Ark rhythm. This was originally released on the Hit Run label, licensed to the label while Stereo was in the UK in the early '80s. On the B-side we have the awesome "Crab in a Barrel" by Still Cool. Still Cool was a fantastic harmony group that Stereo produced many tracks with in the late '70s/early '80s. This tune was only ever released as the B-side of the rare NY 12" issue of Still Cool's "To Be Poor Is a Crime" single, popularized in the UK via heavy play by Jah Shaka, who also released it on single on his own label. This "Stereo Uprising" label design was used by Stereo when he was resident in the Bronx and releasing some 12-inch singles.