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      September 13, 2010, at 12:15 am

      A Small Axe

      If Bob Marley And The Wailers had produced no more music following their sojourn with Lee Perry circa 1970-72 then Bob might not have been a global superstar but the group would have certainly have been legends within reggae. Many say the music they made in this period is their best and with tunes like Small Axe, Duppy Conqueror and Soul Rebel it’s hard to disagree.


      Due out on 20 September Trojan/Universal release a … continue reading…

      August 25, 2010, at 12:42 am

      14 Karat Jarrett

      The New York reissue label Digikiller return with some 14 Karat label releases out of the Mikey Jarrett camp that look very hard to resist. They first re-issued some Mikey Jarret productions on 14 Karat back in January, now they are back with two more 12″ releases.


      Dizzy Flemming Mikey Jarret DKR-023 – A: THRILLER – TOO MUCH RACKET … continue reading…

      August 22, 2010, at 11:46 am

      Seven more days on ebay

      Another seven days watching the goings on in the reggae vinyl sales sections on ebay.

      People are strange, ebay is strange – whatever… Earlier this week a copy of the quality instrumental Eastern Memphis by the Wailers band sold for £60.99 ($95.00). There is nothing particularly strange about that, this is an indemand tune and the copy described as VG+ by it’s seller Kingtuney sounds very clean.


      Kingtuney may be a little dissapointed though … continue reading…

      August 21, 2010, at 12:59 am

      Scratch Sells

      Lee Perry has long been one of the few Jamaican artists that will sell to a cross over audience with no great difficulty. This month has seen the release of a book, Lee Scratch Perry – Kiss Me Neck, and a double CD, Lee Perry – The Black Ark Years, that celebrate his works.

      Jeremy Collingwood’s book tells the story of Lee Perry from the earliest days of his involvement in the Kingston music scene … continue reading…

      August 15, 2010, at 3:53 pm

      Another 7 days on ebay

      It’s kind of surprising to see tunes on the UK Cactus label to go for big money but a couple that do are Hold Up Your Head and Ram Goat And Malish Water, both Rupie Edwards productions by Errol Carter. The latter reached the princely sum of £105 ($165) for an EX copy last week which is top dollar for sure. It is a lovely tune though.


      If You Can’t Beat Them You Join … continue reading…

      August 8, 2010, at 10:42 pm

      7 days on ebay

      I thought it would be interesting to have a quick look at what’s been selling on ebay this last week. What was cheap, what definitely wasn’t and who got ripped off. It would be impossible to monitor every sale so if anything of note was missed then leave a comment.

      First up over recent months Bob Brooks of the legendary and much missed Reggae Revive store has been working with reggae author and former main … continue reading…

      July 26, 2010, at 2:58 pm

      DK – Channel One

      Deeper Knowledge/Digikiller out of New York have followed up their Aksumites 12″ release with some more prime roots music. They’ve checked the Channel One back catalogue and have found three nice tunes to put out on 7″s.

      Midnight Riders – Posse Form a Line

      Stephanie Samuels – Africa We Want To Go

      Carlton Livingston – Tale of Two Cities

      The label is based on an early Channel One style that was long gone when these … continue reading…

      July 13, 2010, at 8:02 pm

      African Brothers – Lincoln Sugar Minott

      Long before the late great Lincoln Sugar Minott struck out as a solo artist he started his recording career in the early 70’s as a member of the vocal trio the African Brothers alongside Derrick Howard (AKA Eric Bubbles) and Tony Tuff.

      Now with consummate good timing (and clearly no suggestion of a cash in) Eric Bubbles has re-released A Still Tongue by the group on 7″ on his Progressive International label. This is a … continue reading…

      July 1, 2010, at 1:18 pm

      Tropical Heat do Studio 1

      Seen at Seen. The Tropical Heat blog/podcast people have put together a really nice Studio One mix featuring version excursions on no less than 22 different rhythms, they mix foundation tunes in with more modern (80’s/90’s) interpretations to give a refreshingly original take on a very old theme.

      Studio 1 Riddimwise by King Kong Disko on Mixcloud

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      June 30, 2010, at 10:16 pm

      A film called Jamdown

      The noted Bob Marley expert Roger Steffens has described Jamdown as:

      A melodic time machine that transports us magically to a time of massive creativity as reggae was emerging to the outside world. We see some of its most rootical exponents at the height of their powers. The film’s re-emergence after three decades is almost miraculous, and it should not be missed by anyone who cares about Jah Music.

      But don’t let that put … continue reading…