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February 23, 2014, at 4:07 pm

RIP Wayne Smith

Wayne Smith died of a heart attack on Friday 14 February at the age of 48. Everyone has been talking about Sleng Teng and for sure that was pivotal but there was so much more to Wayne Smith than just that. RIP

June 12, 2011, at 10:19 am

Two from DKR

OK it’s official, I can’t keep up with the flood of releases from New York’s Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge records. The latest offerings include a couple of digital 12″s on the Tasha label and another selection of Channel One productions on 10″.

The two Tasha releases:

Wayne Smith – Dancing Machine/Version//Gilly Buchanan – Me No Mix/Version

Dancing Machine

Me No Mix

Two great cuts on one rhythm both originally released on 12″; the Wayne Smith … continue reading…

March 9, 2010, at 9:19 am

Analogue Jammy's

With all the talk of a Sleng Teng silver jubilee it would be easy to sideline the productions Lloyd James was responsible for prior to 1985. Well neglect at your peril – Jammy may not have been as prolific as some but in the late 70’s and early 80’s he was responsible for many truly great tunes.

The latest effort to present these for the discerning public is a double CD/LP effort (yes – and … continue reading…

February 25, 2010, at 1:12 am

Sleng Teng Extravaganza

Kudos to Heatwave for pointing out that it’s 25 years this week since Sleng Teng was played out in a dance. The story goes that on February 23 1985 Jammy’s Super Power met Black Scorpio at Waltham Park Road, Jammy’s dropped the Sleng Teng rhythm, the crowd went wild, and the rest is history.

Even if Noel Davey and Wayne Smith hadn’t found a pre-set rhythm on a Casio MT-40 keyboard and taken it to … continue reading…

February 24, 2010, at 12:52 am

Papa Jammy in the area

Only yesterday I commented that it was getting difficult to keep up with the growing tide of late 80’s digital represses on vinyl. Well, thanks to the Japanese crew at Dub Store it just got pretty much impossible.

Dub Store have announced a deal with Jammy’s that will see 20 great and hard to find late 80’s sides released on 7″ vinyl. The 1st instalment of seven tunes is out now o be followed by … continue reading…

June 23, 2009, at 9:20 pm

Nuff Niceness: A Jammy's Mix

It’s been a while since I posted a mix so here’s another oldie from the pretty much unusable podomatic page. This time mid to late 80’s Jammys tunes, there is some great stuff here…

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We No Want No Warrior – Junior Delgado (Jammy’s 7″) Clarkes Bootey – Little John (Jammy’s 7″) Police In England – Peter Metro (Greensleeves 12″) Ickie All Over – Wayne Smith (Greensleeves 12″) Life … continue reading…

November 27, 2007, at 9:54 am

A box of Greensleeves

Collecting 7″ vinyl singles in little boxes is a popular marketing gimmick for record companies these days. The latest Reggae seller to get in on the act is Greensleeves with a nice little seven single release called Rewind And Come Again.

Each single has a song on each side so sadly no dubs are included all the same this features plenty of classics and this is a nice way to have them. The box, … continue reading…