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Clint Eastwood & General Saint

Stop That Train

    Long out of print Greensleeves classic LP now beautifully repackaged with fill colour printed inner sleeve. Building on the runaway success of 'Two Bad DJ', Eastwood & Saint truly went outernational with the release of 'Stop That Train'. Ten reggae sure shots expertly backed by the Inity Rockers featuring a young Courtney Pine the album was embraced by the mainstream securing Eastwood & Saint John Peel sessions, TV appearances and sold out shows across Europe in support of the chartbusting title track.

    TRACK LISTING

    Stop That Train
    Vote For Me
    Nuclear Crisis
    Rock With Me
    Shame And Scandal
    Stop Jack
    True Vegetarian
    Everything Crash
    Monkey Man
    H.A.P.P.Y

    Various Artists

    Greensleeves Reggae Gold

      'Greensleeves Gold' is the ultimate Greensleeves selection -Ten monster
      hits loaded up with chart number ones &the biggest stars with their biggest hits Launched in 1977, the iconic London reggae label is celebrating 45 years of being in the business of being the businessThis is where it began - Well Forward!


      TRACK LISTING

      1. Where Is Jah - Reggae Reguar
      2. Chant To Jah - Dr Alimantado
      3. War - Wailing Souls & Ranking Trevor
      4. Cassava Piece (79 Style) - Augustus Pablo
      5. Fally Ranking - Johnny Osbourne
      6. Gunman - Michael Prophet
      7. Anotherone Bites
      8. The Dust - Clint Eastwood & General Saint
      9. Wa-Do-Dem - Eek-A-Mouse
      10. Look Youthman - Barrington Levy
      11. Zungguzungguguzungguzeng - Yellowman

      Prince Jammy's

      Computerised Dub

        Originally released in 1986 on Greensleeves Records, a year after "Sleng Teng" hit the dancehalls this album is full of ruff digital rhythms such as "32 Bit Chip" "Synchro Start" and many more.

        TRACK LISTING

        1. Synchro Start
        2. Interface
        3. 32 Bit Chip
        4. Auto Rhythm
        5. Peek & Poke Side Two
        6. Megabyte
        7. Wafer Scale Integration
        8. Crosstalk
        9. Modem
        10. 256K Ram

        Barrington Levy

        Robin Hood

          Classic late 70s roots vocal album from Barrington Levy, his follow up to "Englishman" includes "Sister Carol" "Rock and Come In" "Mary Long Tongue" "Many Changes In Life" and many more. Produced by Henry 'Junjo' Lawes.

          TRACK LISTING

          1. Robin Hood
          2. Rock And Come In
          3. Love Sister Carol
          4. Gonna Tell Your Girlfriend
          5. Ask Me What Is Love
          6. Why Did You Leave Me
          7. Many Changes In Life
          8. Na Broke No Fight Over No Woman
          9. When Friday Come
          10. Like How You Kiss And Caress Me

          Wailing Souls

          Inchpinchers

            Produced by Henry ‘Junjo’ Lawes & backed by the Roots Radics, Inchpinchers is a brilliant amalgamation of roots sensibilities & sound system rhythms.

            TRACK LISTING

            1. Inchpinchers
            2. Mass Charley Ground
            3. Tom Sprang
            4. Don't Get Lost
            5. Baby Come Rock
            6. Things And Time
            7. Modern Slavery
            8. Ghetto Of Kingston Town
            9. Oh What A Lie
            10. Infidels

            Eek-A-Mouse

            Skidip!

              Quality Greensleeves repress of this early dancehall album from 1982. Eek-A-Mouse backed by the Roots Radics recorded at Harry J’s and Channel One, produced by Linval Thompson – essential listening!

              TRACK LISTING

              1. Sensee Party
              2. Looking Sexy
              3. Modelling Queen
              4. You Na Love Reggae Music
              5. Always On My Mind Side Two
              6. Do You Remember
              7. Skidip!
              8. Na Make Mi Girl Go Away
              9. Fat And Slim
              10. Where Is My Baby

              John Holt

              Police In Helicopter

                Classic set from the great John Holt based around his monster 1983 reggae hit title track. Produced by Henry ‘Junjo’ Lawes with the Roots Radics. Another of those Greensleeves classics that pretty much any home with a love of lamb's bread but own!

                The cover shot sees John and a huge bag of collie weed with Babylon in hot pursuit via helicopter. Subject matter is lighthearted with a typically JA slant. John is one of reggae's most successful and respected artists and in 2004 he was honoured by the Jamaican government with the Order Of Distinction for his contribution to Jamaican culture!


                TRACK LISTING

                1. Police In Helicopter
                2. Private Doctor
                3. Last Train
                4. Beach Party
                5. Reality
                6. Fat She Fat
                7. Chanting
                8. Sugar And Spice
                9. Can't Use Me
                10. I Got Caught

                King Tubby Meets The Upsetter

                At The Grass Roots Of Dub

                  Seminal dub album produced by Winston Edwards. In 1974 Edwards left Jamaica to reside in the UK and through his strong connections with such reggae luminaries as Joe Gibbs, Lee Perry and King Tubby began to travel back and forth between London and Kingston (JA) to bring back recordings to issue on his Fay Music label here in the UK. In 1974 he released this seminal dub set, which is now considered a classic early Tubby’s dub album. A musical, tuneful and seriously heavy dubwise set with Vin Gordon’s unique trombone lines well to the fore. Essential dub.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  1. Blood Of Africa
                  2. African Roots
                  3. Rain Roots
                  4. Wood Roots
                  5. Luke Lane Rock
                  6. People From The Grass Roots
                  7. Crime Wave
                  8. No Justice For The Poor
                  9. 300 Years At The Grass Roots
                  10. King And The Upsetter At Spanish Town

                  Eek A Mouse, six foot six and counting, this album smashed the world in 1981, tuffest Roots Radics at Channel One, courtesy of Henry `Junjo` Lawes.... a Greensleeves classic!

                  Now repressed - or is that a warehouse find?! - either way we're SUPER STOKED or should that be we're totally blouse and skirt about it!

                  Featuring the full extended versions (oooohh yes!) of some of Mouse's best hits including (but not limited to): "Ganja Smuggling", "Wa Do Dem" and "Noah's Ark" - icons of roots reggae / dub music and sounding really, really special on this pressing.

                  You might have bagged the shorter, 7" versions as part of RSD, but these extended versions blow them out the water!

                  Look out for more tasty Greensleeves reissues forthcoming ;) 


                  TRACK LISTING

                  1.Ganja Smuggling
                  2.Long Time Ago
                  3.Operation Eradication
                  4.There's A Girl In My Life
                  5.Slowly But Surely
                  6.Wa Do Dem
                  7.Lonesome Journey
                  8.I Will Never Leave My Love
                  9.Noah's Ark
                  10.Too Young To Understand

                  Johnny Osbourne

                  Give A Little Love

                    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2014 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

                    First time Greensleeves 12" issue of Johnny Osbourne thunderous 'Give A Little Love' complete with two previously unreleased dubs showcasing Roots Radics in full effect with Scientist at the controls. Recorded at Channel One and mixed at King Tubby's.

                    Limited Record Store Day coloured vinyl pressing with dual Greensleeves / Greensleeves Dub Master labels. Available on Red, Green or 'Gold' coloured vinyl – collect the set! Pot luck which colour you get.

                    Limited to 400 units for the UK.

                    Various Artists

                    Riddimentary - Diplo Selects Greensleeves

                    Thomas Wesley Pentz aka Diplo - one half of the production team behind the popular hybrid reggae project Major Lazer lends his eclectic ear and considerable talents as a reggae selector to Riddimentary, a guided tour through classic tracks from the Greensleeves reggae catalogue. The continuous blended mix covers twenty plus years of cutting edge, Jamaican and UK hits from the top producers in dub, reggae and dancehall from the 1980s and 90s. The retro flavor and historical context of these selections shines a light on Diplo’s production influences and expert knowledge of the reggae genre. For new converts to reggae or collectors of crucial tracks from reggae’s classic era, "Riddimentary" is rudimentary.


                    TRACK LISTING

                    CD Tracklisting :
                    01. Who Is The Ruler - Alpha & Omega
                    02. Jaqueline - Hugh Mundell
                    03. Joker Smoker - Triston Palma
                    04. Police In Helicopter - John Holt
                    05. Eventide Fire A Disaster - Barrington Levy & General Echo
                    06. Satta Amassa Gana Version - Joe Gibbs
                    07. Fattie Boom Boom - Rankin Dread
                    08. Anarexol - Eek-A-Mouse
                    09. Gunshot Mek Daughter Drop - The Lone Ranger
                    10. Sweet Sweet Matilda - Clint Eastwood & General Saint
                    11. Interface - Prince Jammy
                    12. Night Nurse - Gregory Isaacs
                    13. Telephone Love - J.C. Lodge
                    14. Water Pumping - Johnny Osbourne
                    15. Survival - Prince Far I

                    LP Traclkisting:
                    Side A:
                    1. Jacqueline - Hugh Mundell
                    2.  Joker Smoker - Tristan Palma
                    3. Police In Helicopter - John Holt
                    4. Satta Amassa Gana Version - Joe Gibbs
                    Side B:
                    1. Fattie Boom Boom - Rankin’ Dread
                    2. Anarexol - Eek-A-Mouse
                    3. Gunshot Mek Daughter Drop - Lone Ranger
                    4. Interface - Prince Jammy


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