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September 22, 2017, at 8:32 pm

All Aboard The Psychedelic Train

Doctor Bird Records (a division of Cherry Red) continue their skillful plundering of the Trojan archives with a couple of new CD’s out on October 13th. As usual they’ve selected a couple of classic LP’s and have put them together with a selection of bonus tracks, we get Various Artists – Gay Feet – Every Night and Derrick Harriot & the Crystalites – Psychedelic Train.

Psychedelic Train is the pick of the two here … continue reading…

September 4, 2017, at 7:51 am

Sufferer/Dancing Down Orange Street CD Releases

Another two fine CD reissues from Doctor Bird, part of the Cherry Red group. Due out on the 8 September 2017:

The Kingstonians – Sufferer The classic LP complete as first released in 1970 together with 12 additional cuts on one CD. These are either recordings by the Kingstonians or instrumental versions of tracks from their LP by the Crystalites.

This is packaged with the original sleeve, front and back on the booklet. There … continue reading…

September 3, 2017, at 3:15 pm

Lee Perry: The Trojan Album Collection (1971-1973)

Out at the end of the month a double CD featuring four Upsetter LP’s originally issued between ’71 and ’73. Unimaginatively titled The Trojan Albums Collection this set features Africa’s Blood, Battle Axe, Rhythm Shower and Double Seven in their entirety, a total of 53 tracks.

Africa’s Blood, Battle Axe and Double Seven were all long players Scratch compiled for Trojan Records back in the day as part of his contract with them. … continue reading…

August 3, 2017, at 3:12 pm

Harry J Classics on Doctor Bird

Cherry Red Records have reactivated the Doctor Bird label to reissue music licensed from Trojan. Released on 11 August we have two classic LP’s of Harry J material on one CD: No More Heartaches and What Am I To Do. These LP’s were originally issued in 1969 and 1970 respectively and featured the very strongest of Harry J’s productions from 1968 and ’69 (apart from Liquidator of course).

The majority of these tunes have been … continue reading…

May 2, 2016, at 9:26 am

A box of Rocksteady

As part of Record Store Day last month 17 North Parade (part of VP) released a seven disc box set of Rocksteady 7″s titled First Class Rocksteady. There are still copies available in some stores so keep a look out. The full track listing is as follows:

The Return Of Ezekial – The Jupiters Dreader Than Dread – Honey Boy Martin Live And Love – Carlton Manning ABC Rocksteady – The Gaylads The Russians … continue reading…

March 9, 2016, at 10:24 pm

Another Roots Explosion

Reggae Archive Records continue with their critically acclaimed series of releases of 1970’s and 80’s British Reggae with the release of Midlands Roots Explosion Volume 2 on 20th May. Fifteen tracks collected on CD, double LP and download featuring lesser known and long forgotten artists alongside bigger names such as Capital Letters, Steel Pulse and even Musical Youth (with Generals, their first 7″ release from ’81).

jQuery(document).ready(function($) { $(‘#wp_mep_2’).mediaelementplayer({ m:1 ,features: [‘playpause’,’current’,’progress’,’duration’,’volume’,’tracks’,’fullscreen’] … continue reading…

February 18, 2016, at 12:34 pm

Four from the Trojan

The Trojan brand/catalogue has moved around a fair bit over the years and each time it moves it takes some time before it becomes clear what direction the new owners will be going with the music. The latest overseers are BMG and it looks like they will be going for artist anthologies and classic LP’s with bonus tracks. Nothing particularly surprising or groundbreaking about this strategy but the low prices and the fact that even … continue reading…

January 18, 2015, at 5:02 pm

Inturns on Pressure Sounds

The Inturns (AKA The Viceroys) Phil Pratt produced LP Consider Yourself has been re-issued by Pressure Sounds and is available now on CD, LP and download.

This LP was first released in 1978 on the Chanan Jah label in Jamaica and on Burning Rockers in the UK where it was retitled Detour (Burning Rockers also reissued this in 1985 with 10 tracks, titled Ya-Ho and credited to the Viceroys.

This release features 9 … continue reading…

January 11, 2015, at 11:02 pm

Call the Music Police

Big news of the re-issue front is that Rock A Shacka are putting out the near legendary Niney production Music Police on seven inch later this month. Music Police was recorded at Studio One circa 1971 and has long been assumed to be by the Sound Dimension but Rock A Shacka quote Niney in saying that the actual musicians were the core of the Upsetters band; Family Man, Carlton Barrett, and Alva Lewis alongside … continue reading…

January 3, 2015, at 10:54 am

Eight Sevens From Reggae Fever

Last month Swiss record dealers Reggae Fever announced the reissue of a second batch of 7″ singles:

Blue Bells – Love Time/Ecclesiastes Band – Part Two Dub (Premier/Reggae Fever) The first of two Hector Wright productions to see re-release. This dates from 1982 and was recoded at Channel One.

Blue Bells – Come Along /Upsetters – Along Came A Dub (Premier/Reggae Fever) Dating from 1976 this was recorded at Lee Perry’s Black Ark … continue reading…