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First time repress Greensleeves 12” classic from 1979 - two more roots anthems back to back!

Deep and heavy extended workouts from "The Dark Prince of Reggae". 

Both sides made big impressions on the sound system scene on raw dub-plate, continued heavy Jah Shaka rotation means they remain in-demand to this day.

Produced by Keith Hudson and repressed across two luscious sides of fresh wax, I challenge you to find a better version of this huge rasta anthem. 


Matt says: Every time I see a Greensleeves 12" bag I get excited. You're generally in very safe hands with this label. No exception here with two deep vocal roots cuts from no other than Keith Hudson.

Wayne Wade

Poor And Humble

    First time this Greensleeves 12” classic from 1981 has been repress. Two more roots anthems back to back on fresh wax. Both sides mixed by Scientist at King Tubby’s in a 12” murder style.A-side track, "Poor & Humble" (which would later become "Space Invaders Dub"). Flip side features underratted reggae vocalist Bunny Lie Lie who drops in on an extended version of "Babylonian". Produced by Linval Thompson and featuring the Roots Radics riddim section, both tracks are highly demand by dancers, DJs and collectors alike! 


    Matt says: Two absolutely huge cuts on Greensleeves that went onto become legendary dubs off the Scientist's "Space Invaders" album. The vocal cuts, backed by two of the tighest riddims every recorded by the Roots Radics are stupendously deep!

    Augustus Pablo

    Blowing With The Wind - Vinyl Reissue

      Released on Greensleeves in 1990 to glowing reviews ‘Blowing With The Wind’ went on to be Pablo’s most successful album since the seventies. The mix of nyahbinghi drumming and hardcore steppers was embraced big time by the new age sound-system culture bringing Pablo’s far east sound to a whole new audience. A successful tour of Japan followed where Pablo showcased Blowing With The Wind with a selection of his original rockers. Recorded at Tuff Gong & Dynamic and mixed at Tuff Gong & Music Works, engineered by Soldgie, Chunny, Sylvan Morris & Tony Kelly.

      Augustus Pablo

      Rising Sun - Vinyl Reissue

        The release of Rising Son in 1986 on Greensleeves began a new era for Augustus Pablo edging his Rockers revolution into the digital age. In his own words Rising uon “mix-up the vibes a little more” from steppers like ‘Pipers of Zion’, revival reggae ‘African Frontline’ and the deep and heavy ‘The Day Before The Riot’. Recorded at Channel One, Tuff Gong, Dynamic & HC&F and engineered by Phillip Smart and Scientist.

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