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Kiddus I - Rockers: Graduation In Zion 1978-1980 (2LP)

Dub Store Records JPN 1978- 1980

Info: 2枚組、豪華見開きジャケット、帯付き、ライナーノーツ付

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Kiddus I - Fire Burn / Fire Burn Version

Shepherd / Dub Store Records JPN 1979

¥1980 (US$13.68)

12"single from the previously released album 'Rockers: Graduation In Zion 1978-1979 (DSR-LP-001)'. Kiddus I originally recorded 'Fire Burn' in 1973 but the master tape went missing. The song was re-recorded at Tuff Gong in 1978 for his debut album 'Jah Power, Jah Glory' but it remained unreleased. Surprisingly, the track has the same bassline to Bunny Wailer's 'Amagideon' and it is said Bunny adopted it from the 'Fire Burn', which were originally recorded in 1973. The most dreadful song amongst his unreleased material and 9 minutes of jazzy performance is just a miracle. The B-side contains a version to the A-side.

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Kiddus I - Give I Strength / Give I Strength Version

Shepherd / Dub Store Records JPN 1979

¥1980 (US$13.68)

This 12 minute version of 'Give I Strength' is different from the one previously appeared on the album ‘Rockers: Graduation In Zion 1978-1979 (DSR-LP-001)’. Kiddus I recorded the song for his debut album 'Jah Power, Jah Glory' but it remained unreleased. The most of recordings he did at this time was very long and Kiddus I recalls this was possible because he used to 'treat' those musicians in a hospitable manner. This allowed musicians to be very improvisational in their playing on songs written by Kiddus I. The B-side version has an instrumental to the A-side.

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Fashioneers - Give A Helping Hand

Swing Bird / / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1978

Guiding Light

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Awesome second cut on the "Guiding Light" rhythm from the Fashioneers, in this incarnation, just Leonard Billings & Glenford McLeggan, from after Jaiq Sterling had departed. Recorded and mixed at Channel 1, late '70s.

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Stephaine Samuels - Africa We Want To Go / Dub

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1978

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Stephanie Samuels 'Africa We Want to Go', beautiful one-away deep roots with birdsong, truly mystical tune.

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Mighty Abajians - Guiding Light

Swing Bird / / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1981

Guiding Light

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The second cut of 'Guiding Light', and third cut on the rhythm. This time with a different mix and percussion overdubs by Bongo Herman, again done at Channel 1. This cut mixed in a more spare early '80s style, hard stuff. The Mighty Abidjans for this one were Jaiq Sterling, Leonard Billings and Glenford McLeggan. This is the final Mighty Abidjans single to feature vocalist & song writer Jaiq Sterling.

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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.

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Albert Malawi - Children Of The Emperor / Advocates Aggregation - Ethiopia First

Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 1976

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Finally, a reissue program of Carl "Stereo" Fletcher's amazing mid 1970's Uprising label. Stereo was a singer and producer who's handful of roots reggae releases on his Uprising and Stereo Beat labels in the mid-late '70s are some of the best of the era. Affiliated with the 12 Tribes of Israel musicians, Stereo's productions captured some of their best performances. We'll be (re)issuing some of the best released and previously unreleased cuts from this '70s era and beyond, as Stereo has kept producing right thru to the present day. Thru our previous releases on the Negus Music label (with more yet to come!), you should know how much we like Albert "Ilawi" Malawi. Known as a great drummer and also as selector of the legendary Jah Love sound system, Ilawi is also a fantastic vocalist and here is maybe his best record, one of the best roots records of the 1970's, and a great dub mixed by Sylvan Morris.