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May 6, 2013, at 10:32 pm

Dancehall Roots from Digikiller

Deeper Knowledge/Digikiller have tended to focus more on 70’s sounds in recent months so it’s nice to see a selection of 80’s reissues – especially when they’re as tough as these! This time round they’ve returned to the Tasha and Leggo Sounds labels for a selection of 10″ and 7″ reissues and unreleased cuts.

First up on the Tasha label and presented on two 10″ singles three cuts of the original Dem A Lick … continue reading…

May 1, 2013, at 9:31 pm

7 Inch Business

Spring Hill records return after over a year off with a new 7″ reissue featuring Michael Palmer – She Sexy.

The rhythm was recorded with the Roots Radics at Channel One around 1981 and was originally used for Freddie McKay’s Another Weekend (issued on a Greensleeves 12″). Michael Palmer’s cut only saw issue on the Dancefloor label LP, Michael Palmer Meets Kelly Ranks issued in 1985, the lyric is kind of lightweight but … continue reading…

April 4, 2013, at 10:53 pm

The E20 from Witty

Jammy’s E20 is one of the finest digital rhythms of the late 80’s. Surprisingly, it wasn’t re-cut by other producers as often as some of the other classics of this period, but one producer who did pick it up was New York based Whitfield “Witty” Henry. Several fine cuts were released on Witty label 12″s back in the day and it’s great to see that these have been picked up by a reactivated Goldshop label … continue reading…

April 3, 2013, at 11:04 am

More of the Morning Sun

Around a year ago the 1970 tune Morning Sun was licensed from singer/producer Al Barry and reissued on 7″ single on a reproduction Doctor Bird label limited to 300 copies. The song had achieved cult status after being featured in the film This Is England though this wasn’t entirely undeserved as it’s a fine tune and better than most UK recordings from the period.

The re-release sold out quickly and the few copies that subsequently … continue reading…

March 17, 2013, at 7:08 pm

Reggaedelic!

Pressure Sounds have been releasing an increasing number of vinyl singles in recent years. They tend to pick more obscure titles and the quality is always superb so it’s always worth investigating when they have something new out. Their latest offering are four 7″ featuring Clancy Eccles productions.

Hemsley Morris – Stay Loose/Joe Higgs – Don’t Mind Me A scorching double sider with a top quality rocksteady tune by Hemsley Morris and an equally … continue reading…

February 27, 2013, at 1:07 am

Kung Fu Fighting

Just out on Sunspot Records a nicely packaged vinyl re-issue of Lee Perry’s classic Kung Fu Meets The Dragon set complete with a second LP of bonus tracks. Presented on 180gm vinyl, in a gatefold sleeve with the original front cover art and a nicely arranged centre spread with sleeve notes and some lovely label scans, this is as well put together as you could expect.

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February 16, 2013, at 9:47 pm

Unreleased Duke Reid on Trojan

A double helping of Duke Reid productions from Trojan this month with a 10″ and a 7″. A total of six tunes all apparently previously unreleased.

Tommy McCook & The Supersonics – Michelle/The Teacher Man – The Lesson (Trojan 7″)

Tommy McCook blows the melody of Michelle by The Beatles over a late rocksteady rhythm. On the other side an interesting talking style deejay cut by someone only identified as the Teacher, the harmonies … continue reading…

February 12, 2013, at 12:24 am

Onlyroots on a Highnote

The French Onlyroots crew continue to build on their impressive rosta of quality 70’s Roots reissues. This time round there are four mid/late seventies Sonia Pottinger productions released on the High Note label. Expect to pay around £8 each for these.

Chockey Taylor – False Dread/Version First issued on a High Note 7″ circa 1978. jQuery(document).ready(function($) { $(‘#wp_mep_21’).mediaelementplayer({ m:1 ,features: [‘playpause’,’current’,’progress’,’duration’,’volume’,’tracks’,’fullscreen’] ,audioWidth:300,audioHeight:30 }); }); Reggae George – Fig Root/Version Also originally on High Note … continue reading…

February 2, 2013, at 8:25 am

A Monster on the Summit

Trojan Records continue with there impressive run of limited edition 7″ vinyl singles with a pairing from producer Leslie Kong on a reproduction Summit label.

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The Gaylads track is a high quality and well produced tune that was typical of that trio’s … continue reading…

December 27, 2012, at 10:23 pm

Perhaps it’s Rock A Shaka

A couple of new Rock A Shacka Studio One 7″ vinyl re-issues are in the shops now and despite the premium price will be hard to ignore.

A few years ago the people at Dub Store had a beef with the Rock A Shacka crew over their Studio One re-issues. Initially the accusation was that they were unauthorised whereas Rock A Shacka argued they were legitimately licensed from Clement Dodd Junior, this was a … continue reading…