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Lee Scratch Perry

Burning Rockers

    Dub versions of the songs "Shining Dub" and"Shut Up Dub" from the new Lee "Scratch" Perry Album 'Heaven', recorded and mixed at "Secret Lab's studio" by Olivier Gangloff assisted by Romain Gangloff Voices recorded by Olivier Gangloff at "Studio God LSP".

    Promotion across social media platforms. Advertising in, Echoes, Record Collector Magazine and Riddim.


    1. Shining Dub
    2. Shut Up Dub

    Various Artists

    Magnificent 7

      The Magnificent 7 features the work of some of the heaviest deejays of the period, inspired by the tenets of Rastafarianism, extolling the virtues of living upright in those dread times

      Opening with Jah Walton who would go on to greater success as Joseph Cotton in the nineties, followed by Big Youth who had made some of his earliest records with Phil Pratt. I Roy, Jamaica's most literate and articulate deejay, steps forward with two big hits, 'Ital Dish' and 'Musical Air Raid' before two tracks from King Sighta, a young deejay who apparently lost an eye in a factory accident, and who released the eponymous 'King Sighter The One Eyed Giant' album on Terminal that year. Very little is known about Little Wicked, but Big Joe recorded extensively during the seventies for Studio One, Harry Mudie's Moodisc Records and many other top producers although this is his sole recording, released on Chanan Jah in London, for Phil Pratt. The set concludes with Jah Stitch, deejay for Tippertone and Black Harmony sound systems, with another big hit, 'Evilest Thing'.


      The Seed You Sow - Jah Walton
      Love Jah Jah Children - Big Youth
      Ital Dish - I-Roy
      Musical Air Raid - I-Roy
      Master Off All - King Sighta
      Shining Star - King Sighta
      Sister Sheron - Little Wicked
      Natty Love - Big Joe
      Evilest Thing - Jah Stitch

      Prince Lincoln Thompson

      God Sent Dub - 2023 Reissue

        This album was issued in 1980 in a limited edition pressing of 300 copies on a blank label in a plain sleeve with no credits. It has never been re-pressed since then and has become a seriously in-demand collectors' item with copies changing hands for between ?100 and ?200... Now available on Vinyl LP and CD with bonus tracks. Dub mixed at: TMC (Tooting Music Centre) Recording Studio, 118 Mitcham Road, Tooting, London by Chris Lane. We probably did it in all in about two hours and ten minutes, despite not having a lot of time, or perhaps precisely because of not having a lot of time, the resulting album, 'God Sent Dub' proved to be a masterclass in dub mixing aimed directly at the roots market, it went back to the roots of dub and echoed the stark style of some of the very first dub albums from the mid-seventies.


        Mechanical Devices Dub
        My Generation Dub
        People Love Jah Music Dub
        Spaceship Dub
        People's Minds Dub
        Smiling Faces Dub
        Natural Wild Dub

        Gregory Isaacs

        Slum In Dub - 2023 Reissue

          1978's Slum in Dub album re-issued on 180 gram RED vinyl in its original cover. Coupled with the succinct Revolutionaries band and Isaacs quality songwriting, the deconstructed cuts, weave and flow like any good quality dub album should.


          Public Eye's
          Reform Institution
          Tam Tam
          Leggo Beast

          Jimmy London

          It Ain't Easy Living In The Ghetto

            'It Ain't Easy Living In The Ghetto' 1980

            Produced by Phil Pratt

            Vocals: Jimmy London

            Bass: Aston 'Family Man' Barrett & Robert 'Robbie' Shakespeare

            Drums: Carlton Barrett & Lowell 'Sly' Dunbar

            Lead Guitar: Bertram 'Ranchie' MacLean

            Rhythm Guitar: Radcliffe 'Dougie' Bryan

            Keyboards: Ansell 'Pinkie' Collins & Bobby Kalphat

            Tenor Saxophone: Tommy McCook

            Alto Saxophone: Felix 'Deadly Headley' Bennett

            Trombone: Vincent 'Don D Junior' Gordon

            Percussion: Christopher 'Sky Juice' Blake, Noel 'Scully' Simms & Uzziah 'Sticky' Thompson

            Recorded at: Channel One Recording Studio, 29 Maxfield Avenue, Kingston 13, Jamaica

            Engineers: Ernest Hookim & Oswald 'Ossie' Hibbert

            TRACK LISTING

            It Aint Easy
            Rock And Roll Lullaby
            Jimmy Say Hello
            You Know What I Mean
            Running Wild
            Got To Change Your Ways
            Family Man
            Moving On
            Peggy My Love
            Loving You

            Prince Lincoln Thompson And The Royal Rasses

            Natural Wild

              Original 1980 album now released on coloured vinyl. Features full colour Insert with extensive sleeve notes. Recorded at Channel One Recording Studio, Kingston, Jamaica. Mixed at Harry J Recording Studio, Kingston, Jamaica

              TRACK LISTING

              Mechanical Devices
              Natural Wild
              My Generation
              Natural (Reprise)
              People's Minds
              People Love Jah Music
              Smiling Faces

              The Heptones

              Back On Top

                Original album released 1983. Now rereleased on 180 gram RED vinyl + inner bag with comprehensive sleeve notes.

                Musicians - The Roots Radics: Bass: Errol ‘Flabba’ Holt & Robert ‘Robbie’ Shakespeare Drums: Lincoln Valentine ‘Style’ Scott Lead Guitar: Eric ‘Bingy Bunny’ Lamont Rhythm Guitar: Eric ‘Bingy Bunny’ Lamont Piano: Wycliffe ‘Steely’ Johnson & Winston ‘Brubeck’ Wright

                TRACK LISTING

                Place Called Love
                Only Sixteen
                Pretty Little Cottage
                Sea Of Love
                Love Won’t Come Easy
                Take Me Darling
                Love Story
                I Got The Handle

                The Morwells formed in 1973 comprising Eric "Bingy Bunny" Lamont and Maurice "Blacka" Wellington, childhood friends from Kingston's Trenchtown area. The band expanded to a trio in 1974 with the addition of Louis Davis, formerly of The Versatiles alongside Junior Byles. David was a talented arranger and also taught Lamont to play guitar. Wellington began working as a studio engineer and producer for Joe Gibbs in 1976, working on the early recordings by Culture, while Lamont joined The Revolutionaries as rhythm guitarist, although they continued to work as The Morwells. Their new connections gave them access to much of Jamaica's musical talent of the era, and in 1977 they were joined by bassist Errol 'Flabba' Holt. Recorded in 1977 'Crab Race' also features the likes Sly & Robbie, Franklyn Bubbler Waul, Tarzan and Sticky. Quality vocal set.

                TRACK LISTING

                Baby Why Did You Leave Me To Cry
                Swing And Dine
                Come On Little Girl
                Got To Be Witty
                Movie Star
                Got To Find Somewhere To Live
                Bit By Bit
                Give Me Power
                Music Is So Divine
                (See Me Again) Roman Stewart
                Crab Race

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