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Gregory Isaacs - King Jammy

Rebirth Of The Cool Ruler

    King Jammy breathes new life into a top draw selection of Cool Ruler Classics on this highest upgrade to Gregory Isaacs Kingston catalogue

    Making the journey down to Jammy's Warehouse HQ to look down the safest combinations is an A- list selection of Jamaica's finest including Sean Paul, Shaggy, Alborosie, Jesse Royal, Bounty Killer etc.

    Gregory Isaacs finest performances on those never say die tuff King Jammy Riddims all now combination style and 21st Century Fresh


    It Go So (ft. Shaggy) - Gregory Isaacs
    Another Try (ft. Sean Paul) - Gregory Isaacs
    Don't Take Your Love From Me (ft. Jesse Royal) - Gregory Isaacs
    First Class Lover (ft. Aza Linegae) - Gregory Isaacs
    Dance With Me (ft. Ras Demo) - Gregory Isaacs
    You're Like An Angel (ft. Brandon The Messenjah) - Gregory Isaacs
    Dreadlocks Bridge (ft. Alborosie) - Gregory Isaacs
    Another Warning (ft. Bounty Killer) - Gregory Isaacs
    Never Give Your Love (ft. Junior Reid) - Gregory Isaacs
    Counterfeit Lover (ft. Ras Shiloh) - Gregory Isaacs
    You Can Have The Bits (ft. Projexx) - Gregory Isaacs
    Flirting Around (ft. Claire Angel) - Gregory Isaacs
    Lost My Happiness (ft. Chaka Demus) - Gregory Isaacs
    Don't Go (ft. Flinix) - Gregory Isaacs
    My Pride Won't Let Me (ft. Bunny General) - Gregory Isaacs

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    King Jammy - Cries From The Youth

      'Cries From The Youth' rounds up 32 reggae masters produced by the mighty King Jammy.

      The revolutionary sound of King Jammy Super Power super- charged 80's dancehalls, shining the spotlight on a new generation of rising stars while bringing 70's elders like Dennis Brown, Sugar Minott and Junior Murvin into the dancehalls.


      Martin says: Another haul of imperative Jammy productions spanning the late 70s and 80s period as the producer began to lay the foundations of what would become dancehall.


      LP Tracklisting
      1. Storm Is Coming - Junior Delgado
      2. Up-Full One - Dennis Brown
      3. Got To Be Strong - Pad Anthony
      4. Why Should I - Admiral Tibet
      5. Only The Poor Man Feel It - Kentucky
      6. Chain Grabber - Johnny Osbourne
      7. Cry For The Youths - Wackad
      8. Victim Of Babylon - Admiral Tibet
      9. World Inflation - Junior Murvin

      CD Tracklisting
      1. Storm Is Coming - Junior Delgado
      2. Up Full One - Dennis Brown
      3. Gotta Be Strong - Pad Anthony
      4. Only The Poorman Feel It - Kentucky
      5. 5chain Grabber - Johnny Osbourne
      6. Cry For The Youths - Wackad
      7. Why Should I - Admiral Tibet
      8. In The Ghetto - Little John
      9. E20 - Wayne Smith
      10. Jam In The Street - Sugar Minott
      11. Possy - Cocoa Tea
      12. Sugar Me - Conroy Smith
      13. Hot We Say We Hot - Eccleton Jarrett
      14. Ram Up Every Corner - Tonto Irie
      15. Ram Dance Man - Leslie Thunder
      16. You Pack Up And Gone - King Kong
      17. Victim Of Babylon - Admiral Tibet
      18. His Majesty Reign - Cultural Roots
      19. World Inflation - Junior Murvin
      20. Stop The Violence - Junior Delgado
      21. Don't Take Your Gun To Town - Al Campbell
      22. Conscious Lover - Sugar Minott
      23. It's Too Late - Michael Palmer
      24. Move On - Wailing Souls
      25. So Dem Come, So Dem Go - Nitty Gritty
      26. In The Ghetto - Richie Stephens
      27. Trash And Ready - Super Cat
      28. Fuck Fowl - Bunny General
      29. Bucket A Shit -Little Twitch
      30. Bad Girls - King Everald
      31. Mouth A Massy Liza - Super Black

      King Jammy

      Destroys The Virus With Dub

        King Jammy returns to the mixing board to put the virus under manners with a new set of classic dubs 21st century style!

        Same drill as always, if you have a Reggae section then put this in it. If you don’t, then start one and put this in it.


        1. Lockdown Dub
        2. Quarantined In Dub
        3. Tracks And Trace Dub
        4. Dub Fi Social Distance
        5. Closed Border Dub
        6. A New Normal In Dub
        7. Dub On The Front Line
        8. Dubbing From Home
        9. Dub Injection
        10. Dub Tribute To All Hospital Workers

        Dennis Brown

        King Jammy Presents: Dennis Brown Tracks Of Life

          Now ain't this summat spesh.... A re-vamped selection of Dennis Brown songs recorded and produced at Jammy's and now remixed and remastered with a selection of new vocalists, deejays and toasters adding ad-libed lines and improvisations to the original compositions!

          The A-list selection of vocalists includes Protoje, Dre Island, Alborosie, Romain Virgo, Agent Sasco and more (no Chronix though?! - ed). Some of Dennis Brown’s finest performances for King Jammys, remixed and refreshed with 21st century flavor, the album also includes a newly remastered solo feature for Dennis Brown, “You Satisfy My Soul” (a King Jammy personal favorite). The vinyl LP includes the special bonus addition of the Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley feature "Can’t Keep (A Good Man Down)" backed with "Can’t Keep Version".

          King Jammy is one of reggae’s most prolific and innovative producers, with "Tracks Of Life" he shows himself strong once again. Part tribute and part greatest hits, this album will win new listeners and inspire fans to dig into the original songs. The album is a blend of raw and vibrant vocal performances revisiting vintage Dennis Brown from the King Jammy catalogue.


          Matt says: One of my favourite reggae producers of the 80's, maybe ever, shines a light on the incredible vocal talent currently spearheading Jamaica's roots n culture renaissance.


          1. High Grade Morning Feat. Protoje
          2. Gun Town Feat. Dre Island
          3. Wash Dem Away Feat. Agent Sasco
          4. Love And Live Feat. Alborosie
          5. Back To Africa Feat. DYCR & Tristan Palma
          6. Give Love A Try Feat. Projexx
          7. Real Love Feat. Aza Lineage
          8. Run The Track Feat. Romain Virgo
          9. The Magic Touch Feat. Jesse Royal
          10. You Satisfy My Soul
          11. Can't Keep Feat. Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley
          12. Can't Keep (Jammys Version)

          Prince Jammy became a King while cutting his musical teeth working for the dub master himself King Tubby. In that old Jamaican way, when everyone in Jamaica was given a new name to work with, Prince Jammy as he was known so impressed his colleagues that he rose from a Prince to a King, both names given to him by producer Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee. Out of the many protégés that trained and worked at King Tubby’s....and there were many, Scientist, Pat Kelly and Prince Phillip Smart to name but a few it was King Jammy’s work that was the main stay. On this system shaking disc of deep dubwise righteousness, Jamaican Recordings have selected a storming set of tunes that were rebuilt with King Jammy at the controls...Hold tight massive, this is tha lick!


          1. Folly Dub
          2. Jah Jah Dub Dub
          3. Dread Dub
          4. No Turn Back Dub
          5. Family Dub
          6. Every Tongue Dub
          7. I’m Still In Dub
          8. Empty Dub
          9. And The Lord Said Dub
          10. Tonight Dub
          11. Cinderella Dub
          12. Steppers Out Of Babylon Dub
          13. Leave Wrong Dub
          14. Africian Dub
          15. Mighty As A Dub

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