Two early recordings from Freddie McKay produced by Prince Buster,
originally issued in the U.K. 1..
Hard to find Freedom Singers tune from 1969, originally released on Nu
Beat in the U.K. One of two..
Deptford Northern Soul Club Records; in association with [PIAS]. A
modern reissue label, enabling ..
GENO WASHINGTON needs little introduction to the UK Soul/Mod scene.
In his heyday, 1966-68, he was..
Gil Scott-Heron at his funkiest. Only 300 pressed of this 45 re-issue, featuring keyboardist Br..
It only seems like yesterday – when I first heard Ginger Williams. A great singer – who came to repr..
Another wicked Duke Records re-issue, this one featuring The Gladiators
first release from 1968 fo..
Dub Store Records reissue 7" vinyl1 Wailin'2 Old McDonald..
A clash of two of Jamaica's greatest vocalists on one tune (Willow Tree)
Alton Ellis's record..
A modern day Scott-Heron, without the myriad of demons on his back,
Grammy-nominated jazz singer P..
You like your reggae faster than Usain Bolt? – the 68 Sound is what you should check out. And
Two more songs produced by Ranny Bop Williams, the Harmonians side given
to Harry Robinson's Carib..
The a-side, "Lullaby Angel" was only ever released on a handful of
blank 7" records in Jamaica. T..
Another one, that really moves. Originally on Ackee in the UK. The group
were produced by George M..
Two rare Jackson Jones productions, played by the Hippy Boys. "Too Late"
found a release in the UK..
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