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Yabby You Meets King Tubby - Walls Of Jerusalem
Frankie Jones - Gun Fever / Version
Frankie Jones
Gun Fever / Version
7" | 2019 | UK | Original (Pressure Sounds)
9,99 €*
Release:2019 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Frankie Jones’ “Gun Fever” is a dark
and heavy piece of digital roots; a rare representation of 80s Jamaican music that appealed equally to the UK roots and dancehall crowds. Originally released in 1986 on a Third World 12”, the record was limited in distribution and became a heavily sought after tune by serious collectors and selectors alike. This Pressure Sounds release on a crisp, newly mastered 45 is the first time “Gun Fever” has been reissued; and the first time it has appeared on 7” vinyl. Comes in a hand stamped bag.
Augustus Pablo - In Fine Style
Augustus Pablo
In Fine Style
2LP | EU | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
22,99 €*
Release:EU – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
1973-1979 Essential Pick! Heavy dub, rare dub, and heavy, rare dub! In other words, this is all HEAVY RARE DUB!!! Some of his very best cuts here, and it would be impossible to track down a lot fo these B-sides. They found Ras Menilik Congo Harp? That tune is impossible to find except for a super noisy 12" repress. Amazing collection, Pressure Sounds does it again!
Lee Perry - Voodooism
Prince Far I & The Arabs - Crytuff Dub Encounter Chapter 1
V.A. - King Tubby's Prophecies Of Dub
V.A.
King Tubby's Prophecies Of Dub
LP | 1976 | UK | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
20,99 €*
Release:1976 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
King Tubby’s Prophecies Of Dub almost looks like an album that was designed to confuse record collectors and dub enthusiasts. Firstly, the record carries nearly the same title as a slightly earlier release - also produced by Vivian Jackson, aka Yabby You.

Yabby You: “First we do ‘King Tubby’s Prophecy Of Dub’, it come just after my first vocal LP. Then there was ‘King Tubby’s Prophecies Of Dub’ that was mixed by Pat Kelly, who was working at Tubby’s at the time.”

Pat Kelly: “Well fortunately Yabby You put my name (on it). I think I made them three one night, and then another week also he come back and do another three, and so it was done over some period of time. Yabby was with me most of the time, but I was always left to do what I wanted with the mix.”

Secondly, King Tubby is named in the title, but the rear sleeve states that the album had ‘Pat Kelly at the control’. This is more understandable, as the record was mixed at Tubby’s studio and carries its signature sound. After 1975, Tubby had partly stepped back from mixing work, but was still credited with most of the music coming out of his studio.

And thirdly, further confusion comes from the fact that most of the backing tracks used were not actually produced by Yabby, but belonged to Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee.

Bunny Lee: “Yabby You and Pat Kelly go behind my back and make it up. Me never even know about it till years later when Steve Barrow bring it to my attention. But it was my riddims and they used them.”

Bunny stored his multitrack tapes in a big wardrobe in the studio, allowing King Tubby to cut dubplates from them to be played in the dances.

Whether due to a misunderstanding or some long forgotten agreement, it was these 4-track tapes that Yabby presumably felt entitled to use to create this LP. The two producers had shared backing tracks before, with Yabby recording Tommy McCook’s sublime ‘Death Trap’ over one of Bunny’s rhythms, and Bunny had long acted as a mentor to Yabby.

Whatever the reason, eleven of the album’s tracks were dubs of the latest Bunny Lee productions, and by delving into Bunny’s tape archives we can see that the rhythms were often pulled from the same 4-track reels, and sequenced pretty much in the order they came off the tapes. So the opening two dubs are from the same multitrack: Linval Thompson’s ‘Long Long Dreadlocks’, and an unreleased cut of ‘Simmer Down’ by Johnny Clarke on a modified ‘Move Out Of Babylon’ rhythm. This is followed by Johnny’s version of Curtis Mayfield’s ‘Ten To One’ as covered by the Mad Lads. Then there are four cuts pulled from Delroy Wilson’s ‘Sings For I’ album, and two from Horace Andy, ‘Serious Thing’ and ‘Man To Man’. After Johnny Clarke’s ‘Live Up Jah Man’ and ‘Stop The Tribal War’, the album concludes with the sole Yabby You rhythm, a dub of Dicky Burton’s ‘God Is Watching You’ that is noticeably different from the Tubby’s mix as heard on the ‘Beware Dub’ album. Throughout, Pat’s mixing is detailed and subtle, focusing the listener into the musicality of the backing tracks.

The LP was released in 1976 in very limited numbers on the Prestige label, probably with the involvement of Prince Tony Robinson, with a further limited pressing appearing on the Prophets label. This reissue at last allows an obscure and mysterious album to be enjoyed by a wider audience.

Yabby You: “Dub music carry the message. If you play the music it captivate your mood, it bring you and draw you out of that folliness, and brings you into consciousness.”

Musicians include:
Drums: Leroy ‘Horsemouth’ Wallace, Sly Dunbar, Carlton ‘Santa’ Davis
Bass: Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett, Robbie Shakespeare
Guitar: Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith, Tony Chin
Keyboards: Aston ‘Family Man’ Barrett, Bernard ‘Touter’ Harvey, Ansel Collins, Winston Wright
Horns: Tommy McCook, Richard ‘Dirty Harry’ Hall, Bobby Ellis, Vin Gordon
Percussion: Noel ‘Scully’ Simms, Herman ‘Bongo Herman’ Davis

Recorded at King Tubby’s Studio, Dynamic Sounds, Channel One Studio, and Harry J’s Studio.
Mixed at King Tubby’s Studio, engineer Pat Kelly, produced by Vivian ‘Yabby You’ Jackson.
Diggory Kenrick & The Aggrovators - Bandulo Rock / Bandulo Dub / Late Night Blues / Right Time Dub
Diggory Kenrick & The Aggrovators
Bandulo Rock / Bandulo Dub / Late Night Blues / Right Time Dub
10" | 2019 | UK | Original (Pressure Sounds)
11,99 €*
Release:2019 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
For decades, any sound system worth their salt headed to the dub cutters to get a piece of the “Late Night Blues” riddim. Acetate after acetate of the riddim rumbled through speakers from Brixton to the Bronx, making it a certified sound system classic. Now, Pressure Sounds comes with four exclusive cuts of the Late Night Blues rhythm. The first 2 cuts combine Diggory Kenrick’s always-in-demand flute with the legendary Matic Horns on Side A. The flipside takes the riddim into deep, dubbed-out territory with two dangerous cuts, one laden with dreamy chimes, the other snatches of vocal. A welcome addition to the Late Night cult!
Althea & Donna - Gone To Negril
Al Brown & The Seventh Extension Band - Proverb
Al Brown & The Seventh Extension Band
Proverb
7" | 1977 | UK | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
9,99 €*
Release:1977 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Al Brown was inspired to write the single ‘Proverb’ after spending hours hunched over his bible in Spanish Town as a youth. He had become known for his more commercial covers of singer Al Green material, but ‘Proverb’ was one of the few tunes that he recorded that were roots inspired and has become highly sought after.

Recorded at Channel One with Ernest Hookim engineering, who did an excellent job of squeezing out a thumping horns led tune. The inspired version on the flip has Lloyd Parks on bass and the singer Derek Lara on drums. The Seventh Extension Band was the house band of the Zodiac label. Not a tight knit band as such, but built built around singers Bunny Lara and Derek Lara. ‘Words spoke in haste will all go to waste so be cool’. True thing Al. Comes in hand stamped bag.
Joe Higgs - Reward For Me
Joe Higgs
Reward For Me
7" | 2017 | UK | Original (Pressure Sounds)
11,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Reward For Me is one of Joe Higgs finest songs. Evocative of the Trenchtown ghetto where evenings were spent rehearsing and songwriting in Joe’s informal ‘yard’ sessions, it has the added bonus of Eric Gale's jazz guitar licks accompanying Joe's rhythm guitar. The B side is a tasteful instrumental, rather than a heavy dub. Absolute classic song long been unavailable on a 45, comes in a hand stamped bag. Essential.
Lloyd Parks - Money for Jam
Lloyd Parks
Money for Jam
7" | 2016 | UK | Original (Pressure Sounds)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Musings on the downside of his financial situation. A great session musician who worked with the premier of Jamaican studio outfits in the mid 70s and is still in demand. His Parks label was an outlet for his solo productions that usually featured himself as vocalist. Money for Jam was cut with Sly Dunbar on drums and is one of the most sought after of records on the Parks label. Comes in a hand stamped sleeve.
King Tubby & The Aggrovators - Dubbing In The Back Yard
King Tubby & The Aggrovators
Dubbing In The Back Yard
LP | 1982 | UK | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
19,99 €*
Release:1982 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
A reissue of a classic dub/reggae album, originally released in 1982.
Lloyd Parks - Time A Go Dread
Lloyd Parks
Time A Go Dread
2LP | 2016 | EU | Original (Pressure Sounds)
23,99 €*
Release:2016 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
The tracks on this compilation certainly demonstrate Lloyd Park’s gifts as a conscious lyricist and soulful vocalist, who fully deserves to be ranked in the frontline of Jamaican singers.
Yabby You - Beware Dub
Yabby You
Beware Dub
2LP | 1978 | EU | Original (Pressure Sounds)
28,99 €*
Release:1978 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Originally released in 1978, in the UK only on the Grove Music label.
This is a very fine dub album. Every track a real head nodder.

Vivian Jackson (AKA Yabby You) produces excellent riddims supplied by a youthful Sly & Robbie,
before their unique sound was distilled, whilst Tubby and Prince Jammy provide the mixes.
Tommy McCook, Skully, Chinna, Ansel Collins and Bernard Harvey supply the high notes.
Bunny Lee & Friends - Tape Rolling
Bunny Lee & Friends
Tape Rolling
2LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Pressure Sounds)
23,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
In 1971, despite his run of hits, Bunny Lee was still having to support himself with freelance producing at Dynamic Sounds,
but by 1974 he was fully independent and poised to dominate Jamaican music in the mid 70’s.
The tracks on this compilation capture that moment of transition, when the smaller ghetto producers were taking over from the older musical establishment.
Listening to Bunny’s unreleased master tapes, what bursts out of the speakers is the energy and excitement of the whole production process,
from the studio chatter of the musicians to the sonic experiments at the mixing desk.
These pioneering steps in deejaying and dub were the launch pad for remix culture and the core production techniques of today,
a creative explosion that altered the shape of our popular culture. In the words of I Roy, “Striker Lee, him have the key!”
Prince Far I - Cry Tuff Dub Encounter
King Tubby - Firehouse Revolution
Delroy Wilson - Ease Up / Ease Up Version
Delroy Wilson
Ease Up / Ease Up Version
7" | 1988 | UK | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
9,99 €*
Release:1988 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Killer digital business from the legendary singer
Philip Fullwood - I Gave You My Word / Word Version
Philip Fullwood
I Gave You My Word / Word Version
7" | 1979 | EU | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
9,99 €*
Release:1979 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves
Crisp limited edition 45 of the classic roots lament from Philip Fullwood. ‘I Gave You My Word’ first floated in from St Ann's Bay around 1979, but it had in fact been recorded some time before then. A deep roots tune (arranged by Burning Spear) that’s improved with the passage of time. Not been repressed since the early 80s. Comes in a hand stamped bag.
I Mo Jah / Phillip Fullwood - Rockers from the Land of Reggae / Words In Dub
I Mo Jah / Phillip Fullwood
Rockers from the Land of Reggae / Words In Dub
2CD | 2018 | EU | Original (Pressure Sounds)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
The 100th release on Pressure Sounds is the brilliant set of I Mo Jah's ‘Rockers from the Land of Reggae’ and ‘Words in Dub’, as two single vinyl releases, and a double cd. It's surprising that these two albums have not been re-released before, as both albums are seriously sought after. There will be 3 bonus tracks on each of the CDs. The albums come with full sleevenotes with excellent sound quality. The CD pack includes a full package with graphics and the usual high quality annotation and mastering. _____ . ______
Notes for the two albums:

A contemporary of Ras Michael & the Sons of Negus, Eric Donaldson and Freddie McKay, Philip Fullwood started out composing for Studio One and playing percussion for Burning Spear.

Both "Rockers from the Land of Reggae" and "Words in Dub" were backed by Sly & Robbie, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, Clive "Azul" Hunt, Bingy Bunny and Flabba Holt, among others.

The striking sleeve of "Rockers...", in black and white with green handwritten typography, told the story of Jamaica, with Arawaks overseeing the arrival of Christopher Columbus’ ship Santa Maria, whilst between two sound systems the dreads were dancing and smoking a spliff under a tree. The art was drawn by Magnus Johnstone, a painter and deejay who presented the radio show ‘Reggae Mukasa’ on WMBR, and would later become the foremost champion of the burgeoning hip hop scene in Boston.

“When I made "Rockers from the Land of Reggae" I was taking about 500 to Jamaica and I was told I had to have a license to go through the customs. I got fed up and I just leave the album with them. They wanted me to get a license and all them things, and I said ‘Why I want a license to bring my own thing to Jamaica?’. They said no, so I leave them at customs. I don’t know what happened to them. Maybe they sell them. And that was the end of it. I give the rest of them to Chin Randy’s in Jamaica Queens to distribute.”

And so "Rockers from the Land of Reggae" soon vanished into obscurity. By 1983 Phillip Fullwood had settled permanently in the US and virtually retired from music. Over the years, partly fuelled by its extreme rarity, the album’s reputation has grown immensely, and original copies now command a very high price. Phillip is thrilled that this reissue will now expose it to a wider audience.
“Life happen that way. I got kids and grandkids. I’m just a small guy who was with Spear and just tried to do my thing, like everybody else in the entertainment biz. My occupation, my passport you know says entertainer. Wishing a t’ing, yunno.”

"Words in Dub", the highly unique set, released in a stark hand-printed sleeve, comprised self-produced rhythm tracks and some donated by friends, such as ‘Africa Rock’, a dub of ‘See Dem Da’ (Jah Marcus Roots 7”) by Burning Spear, with member Rupert Wellington on lead vocals. The first side also featured dubs of Purple Lights’ ‘Pestilence’, fronted by the singer Bangie, and ‘Revolution’ by Jah Blue & The Originals, who included Winston Rodney’s brother. ‘Reorganize The Race (Marcus Say)’, with its dense layers of digital reverb in the intro, later features singing about ‘weeping and wailing’ also by Jah Blue & The Originals, though the vocal cut was never released. Several rhythms would later get a do-over by Phillip’s American-based group I-Mo-Jah, perhaps the most thrilling being ‘Jah Say Love’, rerecorded by I-Mo-Jah as ‘Peace & Love’. ‘Hotter Fire In Babylon’ is a dub of Burning Spear’s ‘Spear Burning’ (Spear 7”), and the album closes with ‘Bubbling’, a dub of ‘Maybe’ (Yah Congo 12”) recorded by Phillip’s long-time friend Eric Donaldson.

The original recordings were primarily laid at Channel One with Barnabas and Crucial Bunny at the mixing board, with ‘Hotter Fire In Babylon’ recorded at Randy’s by Chin Randy himself, and ‘Bubbling’ at Dynamic Studio. The final dub mixes were done at Channel One and also at the legendary Black Ark by Phillip Fullwood’s own hands.
I Mo Jah - Rockers from the Land of Reggae
I Mo Jah
Rockers from the Land of Reggae
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Pressure Sounds)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
The 100th release on Pressure Sounds is the brilliant set of I Mo Jah's ‘Rockers from the Land of Reggae’ and ‘Words in Dub’, as two single vinyl releases, and a double cd. This is the single vinyl LP "Rockers from the Land of Reggae". It's surprising that these two albums have not been re-released before, as both albums are seriously sought after. There will be 3 bonus tracks on each of the CDs. The albums come with full sleevenotes with excellent sound quality. The CD pack includes a full package with graphics and the usual high quality annotation and mastering. A contemporary of Ras Michael & the Sons of Negus, Eric Donaldson and Freddie McKay, Philip Fullwood started out composing for Studio One and playing percussion for Burning Spear. Both "Rockers from the Land of Reggae" and "Words in Dub" were backed by Sly & Robbie, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, Clive "Azul" Hunt, Bingy Bunny and Flabba Holt, among others.

The striking sleeve of "Rockers...", in black and white with green handwritten typography, told the story of Jamaica, with Arawaks overseeing the arrival of Christopher Columbus’ ship Santa Maria, whilst between two sound systems the dreads were dancing and smoking a spliff under a tree. The art was drawn by Magnus Johnstone, a painter and deejay who presented the radio show ‘Reggae Mukasa’ on WMBR, and would later become the foremost champion of the burgeoning hip hop scene in Boston.

“When I made "Rockers from the Land of Reggae" I was taking about 500 to Jamaica and I was told I had to have a license to go through the customs. I got fed up and I just leave the album with them. They wanted me to get a license and all them things, and I said ‘Why I want a license to bring my own thing to Jamaica?’. They said no, so I leave them at customs. I don’t know what happened to them. Maybe they sell them. And that was the end of it. I give the rest of them to Chin Randy’s in Jamaica Queens to distribute.”

And so "Rockers from the Land of Reggae" soon vanished into obscurity. By 1983 Phillip Fullwood had settled permanently in the US and virtually retired from music. Over the years, partly fuelled by its extreme rarity, the album’s reputation has grown immensely, and original copies now command a very high price. Phillip is thrilled that this reissue will now expose it to a wider audience.
“Life happen that way. I got kids and grandkids. I’m just a small guy who was with Spear and just tried to do my thing, like everybody else in the entertainment biz. My occupation, my passport you know says entertainer. Wishing a t’ing, yunno.” The original recordings were primarily laid at Channel One with Barnabas and Crucial Bunny at the mixing board, with ‘Hotter Fire In Babylon’ recorded at Randy’s by Chin Randy himself, and ‘Bubbling’ at Dynamic Studio. The final dub mixes were done at Channel One and also at the legendary Black Ark by Phillip Fullwood’s own hands.
Lee Perry & Diggory Kenrick - Anti-Snake / Dub / Return of the Anti-Snake / Snakes & Ladders
Lee Perry & Diggory Kenrick
Anti-Snake / Dub / Return of the Anti-Snake / Snakes & Ladders
10" | 2018 | EU | Original (Pressure Sounds)
12,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Pressure Sounds / Upsetter label collaboration, re-imagining the Junior Byles cut ‘The Long Way’ featuring Lee Perry on vocals and Diggory Kenrick on musical embellishments and mixing.

Four different mixes on a high quality vinyl 10’. Comes in a Pressure Sounds bag.
Devon Irons / The Talent Crew - Jerusalem / Version
Devon Irons / The Talent Crew
Jerusalem / Version
7" | 2005 | EU | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
9,99 €*
Release:2005 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
The original cut of the Althea and Donna ‘Gone to Negril’ track. Released by Pressure Sounds in 2005 and then deleted. Back by popular demand. Presented now with original Talent 77 label in a hand stamped bag. Produced by Tommy Cowan and more on the roots tip than the playful Althea and Donna cut.
Cornell Campbell & The Aggrovators - Give the Little Man a Great Big Hand / Version (mixed by King Tubby)
Cornell Campbell & The Aggrovators
Give the Little Man a Great Big Hand / Version (mixed by King Tubby)
7" | 2018 | EU | Original (Pressure Sounds)
9,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Classic Bunny Lee production that’s been unavailable since it was first pressed on the Justice label. Cornel Campbel’s rocking version of William DeVaughn’s 1974 hit is perfectly suited to Cornel Campbell’s sweet falsetto. Comes with a heavy Tubbys piece on the flipside, in a hand stamped bag.
Owen Gray - Hear We Them Say (12
Owen Gray
Hear We Them Say (12" Version) / Version (aka Dancing Kid)
10" | 2018 | EU | Original (Pressure Sounds)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
A prodigy of the Alpha boys school, Owen Gray delivers a heartfelt roots vocal on a rhythm most likely supplied by Sly Dunbar and Lloyd Parks. This is a top tune and Phil Pratt's production is sympathetic to Owen Grays voice. The rhythm was remixed at London’s Easy street studio and used on the ‘War is on dub style’ set. There is a distinct Roots Radics feel to the rhythm, and the veteran Owen Gray handles it perfectly. A classic that is well worthy of being re-issued: ‘Why did you kill your brother for a dollar’ as appropriate now as it was when it was released. Bobby Kalphat makes an appearance on melodica in the second half of the track. Comes in a Pressure Sounds house bag.
Ronnie Davis - Strange Things (Extended) / Black Cinderella (Extended)
Ronnie Davis
Strange Things (Extended) / Black Cinderella (Extended)
10" | 2018 | EU | Original (Pressure Sounds)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Two crisp and crunchy Phill Pratt productions. The A side has an extended version of the song Strange things. Ronnie Davis takes the lead vocal on this version of the song that was written by Horace Andy and made famous by John Holt. ‘Black Cinderella’, on the flipside, was originally cut by Errol Dunkley for Jimmy Radway. Ronnie Davis’ version is an update that was recoded in Jamaica with Sly and Robbie as the rhythm section. These songs were remixed in the UK as dubs for ‘The War is On Dub Style’ set. Both sides of the ten inch are extended versions. Comes in a Pressure Sounds house bag.
Lloyd Parks - Slaving (Steppers Cut)
Hugh Mundell - Jah Will Provide / Ital Slip
Hugh Mundell
Jah Will Provide / Ital Slip
7" | 1978 | UK | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
9,99 €*
Release:1978 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Re-press. 1978 recording, originally issued on Augustus Pablo's Rockers label, taken from his 'Africa Must Be Free By 1983' LP.
Lloyd Parks & We The People - Meet The People
Jah Wobble & Diggory Kenrick - Mount View Special
Jah Wobble & Diggory Kenrick
Mount View Special
10" | 2016 | UK | Original (Pressure Sounds)
12,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Four cuts of 'Mount View Special’ with Jah Wobble on Bass and Diggory Kenrick on flute. With two cuts on the A side mixed by Martin Harrison and two mixes on the flip by Russ D of The Disciples. Four to the floor steppers of the rootical kind!
Diggory Kenrick & The Prophet Allstars - Psalm 16 (Flute cut)
Diggory Kenrick & The Prophet Allstars
Psalm 16 (Flute cut)
7" | 2016 | UK | Original (Pressure Sounds)
10,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
A sensitive roots-infused re-working of Yabby You’s Psalm 16 with Diggory Kenrick on flute, backed by Yabby's in-house band the Prophets Allstars. Deep bass groove, chattering hand drums by Skully Simms, while Diggory weaves the melody over the top. Comes with the original cut on the flipside in a hand stamped bag.
Delroy Wilson - Go Away Dream
Delroy Wilson
Go Away Dream
LP | 1982 | UK | Reissue (Pressure Sounds)
19,99 €*
Release:1982 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
A reissue of a classic roots reggae album, originally released in 1982.
Black Brothers, The - You’ve Been Saying Things / Everyday
Jimmy Riley / Lee Perry - Sons Of Negus / Stay Dread
Vin Gordon & Diggory Kenrick - Travellin Steady
Parker, Jah Stitch & Knowledge - Girl Asheba / Life In The Ghetto
Lacksley Castell & The Royals - Tug A War Games
Lee Perry & The Upsetters - High Plains Drifter
Lee Perry & The Upsetters
High Plains Drifter
2LP | 2012 | UK | Original (Pressure Sounds)
27,99 €*
Release:2012 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
This 20 track-album pulls together undocumented Jamaican singles (& one dub plate) from 1968 to 1973!
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