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Bunny Lee & The Aggrovators - Run Sound Boy Run
Bunny Lee & The Aggrovators
Run Sound Boy Run
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Jamaican)
16,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
To celebrate the 20-year anniversary of our label Jamaican Recordings and to mark the sad one year passing of the musical maestro reggae producer Bunny `Striker’ Lee, we have pulled together a brand new collection of some great Bunny Lee rhythms. Our label started way back with initial meetings with Bunny Lee and a promise to keep his music available, out on the streets. He will be sorely missed but will live on through his extraordinary musical legacy and we hope to add to this by including this release to the stable of an unbeatable catalogue. Legendary record producer Bunny `Striker’ Lee’s vast selection of rhythms were ever present at any Sound Clash or Dance worth talking about in the early to mid-1970’s.Where the version found on the b-side of a single or special dub cut on acetates, would be played to win over the people and conquer the dance. Bunny Lee was the undisputed rhythm master and on this special release he is also the MC telling the crowd how it is and that any rival sound system should watch out as he has the rhythms that can reign supreme. The band cutting these timeless rhythms were a group of top Jamaican musicians Bunny had put together called The Aggrovators. The Aggrovators were a group of reggae musicians that usually featured Carlton `Santa’ Davis on drums playing alongside Robbie Shakespeare on bass, with other musicians added like Earl `Chinna’ Smith on guitar and Tommy McCook and Vin Gordon and Lennox Brown added for horn arrangements. Keyboards and organ duties normally fell to musicians Ansel Collins and Bernard ‘Touter’ Harvey. The band was named after singer Eddie Grant had repeated the phrase to Bunny Lee on one of his many trips to England, that such and such artist was giving him `Aggro’. This was a term used in England in the 1970’s by the Skinhead followers of reggae music. A term shortened from the word `Aggrovation’, meaning trouble, fighting or making the situation worse. Bunny Lee was so taken with this term that on returning to Jamaica, not only did he name his group of musicians the `Aggrovators’ but he also named his record shop situated at 101 Orange Street `Agro Records’. We have compiled some great tracks recorded by this fantastic group of musicians. With the added extra magic of Mr Bunny Lee calling it out as only he can on the microphone. Yes Run Sound Boy Run the version master is here…Respect
Mal-One - Kiss Me Punk (Till My Mouth Gets Numb)
Mal-One
Kiss Me Punk (Till My Mouth Gets Numb)
7" | 2021 | EU | Original (Jamaican)
6,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Mal-One’s latest single is again taken from a title of one of his Artworks Kiss Me Punk (till my mouth gets Numb). The cover of the single is the artwork itself, giving the listener something to contemplate as ‘The needle hits the Plastic, hear those speakers hum’ as the lyrics point out.

This single does not carry the usual ‘Version’ side, but is what we call a ‘Double “aa” Feature’, as the flip side track is the full unedited version of the title track to Mal-One’s forthcoming debut album “It’s All Punk Rock’’ due out on 15 October 2021. Hope you enjoy this double feature…long live the 45
Lee Perry Vs. Bunny Striker Lee - Dub Soundclash
Lee Perry Vs. Bunny Striker Lee
Dub Soundclash
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Jamaican)
14,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
What two great producers other then Lee Perry and Bunny Lee would be best suited for a Dub Soundclash. Both producers were integral at the birth of Dub music and would share many rhythms and sessions, their musical paths would cross all through their careers.
King Tubby - Dub Mix Up - Rare Dubs 1975 - 1979
Cornell Campbell - Stars
Dennis Brown - Money In My Pocket
Dennis Brown
Money In My Pocket
7" | 2011 | UK | Original (Jamaican)
9,99 €*
Release:2011 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
FINALLY THE ORIGINAL JAMAICAN VERSION OF THE 1970’S CLASSIC ‘MONEY IN MY POCKET’ GETS A 7” RELEASE. THE UNSWEETENED & SLIGHTLY SLOWER CUT TO IT’S FIRST UK RELEASE TH ATCAME ON THE JOE GB BSLABEL.
Bunny Lee - Creation Of Dub
Augustus Pablo meets Lee Perry & The Wailers Band - Rare Dubs 1970 - 1971
Delroy Wilson - Dubbing At King Tubby's
Delroy Wilson
Dubbing At King Tubby's
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Jamaican)
15,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Delroy Wilson’s rich vocal tones always added magic to any song put his way. The ‘Cool Operator’ as he was affectionately named, after he worked on a tune with the legendary Jamican producer Bunny Lee. A match made in heaven that you will hear on the album where he was put against some of the finest rhythms made in what would be a high point in Reggae’s history. Delroy Wilson (b.1948 Kingston, Jamaica) began his musical career at the school which was Coxonne Dodd’s Studio One label .His first release at the tender age of 13 was the Lee Perry produced ‘Joe Liges’.
Tommy Mccook & Friends - Horns Man Dub
Tommy Mccook & Friends
Horns Man Dub
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Jamaican)
15,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Tommy McCook was not only a founding member of the legendary Jamaican Ska group The Skatalites, but also a brilliant musical arranger. His informed understanding of Jazz, R&B and in fact most music styles would always add another layer to any song put his way. This made him the go to guy for most of the Jamaican producers, who would use his arrangement skills to pepper up their latest tunes.
Aggrovators, The - Dubbing It Studio 1 Style
Aggrovators, The
Dubbing It Studio 1 Style
LP | 1973 | EU | Reissue (Jamaican)
14,99 €*
Release:1973 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
The Aggrovators were one of Jamaica’s finest session bands, many of the tracks you know and love from the 70’s Reggae scene probably featured this group of musicians in some shape or form.
Johnny Clarke - Roots Natty Sessions 180g Edition
Aggrovators, The - Aggrovating The Rhythm At Channel One
Aggrovators, The
Aggrovating The Rhythm At Channel One
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Jamaican)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
The Aggrovators were one of Jamaica’s finest session bands put together by the hit make from J amaica Bunny Striker Lee.
The group would produce some of the hardest rhythms cut at the legendary Channel 1 studio.
These tracks would provide the backbone to songs that were usually voiced over at King Tubby’s own studio.These cuts here represent a selection of some of those fine rhythms selected together for the first time.
The Aggrovators were a group of Reggae musicians that usually featured Carlton’Santa’Davis on drums playing alongside Robbie Shakespeare on bass with other musicians addedlike Earl’Chinna’Smith on guitar and Tommy Mc Cook and Vin Gordon and Lennox Brown added for horn arrangements,Keyboards and organ duties normally fell to Ansel Collins and Bernard’Touter’Harvey.
We have compiled some great tracks recorded by this fantastic group of musicians and focused on those cut on Channel 1 studios to give you a feel of what those times were like.
Hope you enjoy the set…..
King Tubby Vs. Channel One - Dub Soundclash
Horace Andy - Zion Sessions
Horace Andy
Zion Sessions
LP | 2014 | UK | Original (Jamaican)
19,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Record Store Day 2014 release. Vocal into dub Horace Andy collection from Jamaican Recordings.
Dave & Ansell Collins - Double Up
Dave & Ansell Collins
Double Up
LP | 2014 | UK | Original (Jamaican)
18,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
14 killer cuts from jamaica's finest duo including their UK no.1 hit "Double Barrel".
King Tubby - Hometown Hi-Fi Dubplate Specials 1975-79
King Tubby
Hometown Hi-Fi Dubplate Specials 1975-79
LP | 2013 | UK | Original (Jamaican)
16,99 €*
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
King Tubby’s Hometown Hi-Fi was one the great Sound Systems in Jamaica. It also proved a fantastic outlet for the Dub Plate Specials cut at Tubby’s studio, providing exclusive cuts to be played out and to intice the dance’s audience.
Niney The Observer - Dubbing With The Observer
Niney The Observer
Dubbing With The Observer
LP | 1975 | UK | Reissue (Jamaican)
15,99 €*
Release:1975 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Very sought after reggae & dub album available again.
Johnny Clarke - Dread A Dub
Johnny Clarke
Dread A Dub
LP | 2012 | UK | Original (Jamaican)
16,99 €*
Release:2012 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
A compilation of dubs featuring the great voice of Johnny Clarke alongside the productions of Bunny Lee and the creative genius of King Tubby, a great combination we hope you will agree.
Barry Brown - Cool Pon Your Corner
Dynamic - Dubbing at Dynamic Sounds
Dynamic
Dubbing at Dynamic Sounds
LP | 2007 | EU | Original (Jamaican)
15,99 €*
Release:2007 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
12 dubs from the Dynamic Sounds Studio!
Tappa Zukie - Mpla / Version Rhythm Freedom Blues / Serious Time / Mpla
Niney The Observer - Set Dub Free / Dub Born Free
Linval Thompson - My Dub Princess / Cheat Me Outta Dub
Niney The Observer - At King Tubby’s Dub Plate Specials 1973-1975
Niney The Observer
At King Tubby’s Dub Plate Specials 1973-1975
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Jamaican)
16,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Winston ‘Niney’ Holmes AKA The Observer, must be one of Reggaes finest Roots Rebel producers. Capable of making some of the heaviest, innovative music, not only in sound but also in the Cultural/Political sense.
Born George Boswell, Montego Bay, Jamaica 1951, and name checked ‘Niney’ due to losing a thumb in a workshop accident. He began his career in music by organising bands to play at school dances. But his first steps learning the musical ropes came working under the tutelage of producer Bunny Lee around 1967, organising sessions for Bunny’s stable of artists. He moved on to work alongside Lee Perry at Joe Gibb’s ‘Amalgamated’ label setup, where on Lee Perry’s leaving in 1969 to start his own ‘Upsetter’ label, Niney became chief engineer.
Inspired by Perry’s success it wasn’t long before his own ‘Destroyer’ label was under way. It was 1970, and his first production entitled ‘Mr Brown’ by DJ’s Dennis Alcapone and Lizzy, proved to be a minor hit, but his own ‘Blood and Fire’ track released in December of that year would become a major hit. After initial problems with it’s likeness to Bob Marley’s track ‘ Duppy Conqueror’ being ironed out, it’s reissue on his now named ‘Observer’ label, saw it go on to become, Jamaican Record of the Year 1971. Far out selling Bob Marley’s track to the tune of 30,000 copies in Jamaica alone. A roots classic…
Niney’s reputation for building great roots tracks, was furthered with more success working with singer Max Romeo. Issuing cuts such as ‘Beard Man Feast’, the great ‘Reggae Matic’ and ‘Aily Ailaloo’ and renewing his friendship with Lee Perry on the track ‘Rasta Band Wagon’, who’s production credit read Perry, Niney, Maxie. In 1973, Niney began working with Dennis Brown, who was already an established star from an early age, they found a chemistry that went on to produce some of Dennis’ finest work. The 1973 hit ‘Westbound Train’ was followed in 1974 by ‘Cassandra’, ‘I am the Conqueror’ and the timeless ‘No More Shall I rOam’. Another important connection around this time was the great King Tubby who Niney would take his tapes along to and even record some of his tracks at Tubby’s house, 18 Drummlie Avenue, Kingston, which doubles as his Studio of Dub.
It’s these tracks that we are concentrating on here. Tubby would strip the tracks back to the bone and rebuild then sometimes leaving off the hook line. Whether that be the horn line or keyboard line and adding effects over the top that could disguise the cut even more. Even Niney stating that when Tubby had finished with a cut, he found it hard to recognise the track himself. Its these tracks as dub plate specials that Tubby would play on his Hometown HI-FI Sound System and it’s these such tracks that we have compiled for this release. Dub Plated that have not seen the light of day since tragically the great Osborne Ruddock AKA King Tubby was gunned won and murdered on the 06th December 1989. For a few dollars and a gold chain, reggae music has lost one of it’s most creative, inventive forces.

Niney also cut tracks with many other Reggae giants such as Gregory Issacs, Michael Rose, Junior Delgado, Horace Andy and Delroy Wilson to name but a few. As in house producer at the legendry Channel Studios and supervising sessions at Dynamic and Randy’s Studio 17, his magic touched many. DJ, Arranger, Producer, his Roots Rebel music still stands the test of time.
Hope you enjoy the set…..
Aquarius Sounds - Dubbing At Aquarius Studios 1977-1979
Aquarius Sounds
Dubbing At Aquarius Studios 1977-1979
LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Jamaican)
19,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Although called 'Aquarius Dub', the tacks that make up this album were cut at Dynamic Sounds, Harry J's and Randy's Studio 17 during the period 1977-1979. It was not long after this release that Herman Chin-Lay, owner of the Aquarius record shop, opened Jamaica's first ever 24-track studio, also named Aquarius.
V.A. - Jamaican Recordings Dub Sampler Volume 2
V.A.
Jamaican Recordings Dub Sampler Volume 2
LP | 2004 | UK | Reissue (Jamaican)
19,99 €*
Release:2004 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
feat. Don Carlos, Lacksley Castell, Johnny Clarke u.A.
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