Bobby Digital is a disciple of King Jammy who went on to produce some of the biggest reggae songs in the 1990s and 2000s, this collection celebrates the high water marks of this unique ta...
From the vaults of Studio One comes an 18 track bonanza of rare sides featuring both the labels top hit makers as well as some of its more obscure artists. From Alton Ellis, Johnny Osbour...
The Mighty Diamonds are one of the most famous vocal groups to come out of the Jamaican reggae scene. Their perfect harmonies ride over the wholesome and Garveyite influenced lyrics to su...
Ras Michael and the Sons of Negus
"None A Jah Jah Children" collects together the two classic albums "Rastafari" and "Kibir-Am-Lak" that Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus made for producer Tommy Cowan in the 1970's and ...
Black vinyl. Includes printed die cut inner sleeve and full album download.
Limited-edition, indie-only release. Pink vinyl. Includes printed diecut inner sleeve. Full download download. Limited to 1,500 worldwide.
4-panel digipak with matte finish and spot gloss details. Includes poster insert.
Get On Down presents an often overlooked crucial reggae release from the 1970s with Johnny Clarke’s “Rockers Time Now.” The record is a mix of covers and originals, including ethereal ver...
Sly and Robbie Meet Dubmatix
Includes CD; Edition of 999 (numbered)
Althea and Donna / Inner Circle / Lee Perry
Producer Tommy Cowans cut the first version of the Gone to Negril rhythm for Devon Irons to voice the song Jerusalem on. He then returned to the same rhythm for the follow to the pop hit ...
After having pleased dubheads with the release of hard-to-get vintage dub albums such as The Revolutionaries’ “Musical Dub Attack” and Scientist’s “Jah Life In Dub” and “The Dub Album The...
Blackstones 1979 album, produced by Phill Pratt and featuring Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespeare, Tommy McCook and Ansel Collins released for the first time on CD.
The Gladiators were founded by Albert Griffiths in 1968 after he experienced a positive reaction to early solo singles. Success came quickly for the new roots reggae band with “Hello Caro...
Ethiopian and his All Stars
Jamaica’s premier ska, rocksteady, and early reggae sensations The Ethiopians, but got his start under the name Jack Sparrow. His early solo Jack Sparrow single efforts, some backed by Th...
Featuring Glenn Adams (piano/organ), Mr. Wire (piano/organ), Rick Trater (guitar), Bobby Chung (guitar), Carlton Barrett (drums), Tad Dawkins (drums), Sparrow Martin (drums), Maurice (bas...
Red Rose for Gregory is an 11-track album by reggae artist, Gregory Isaacs released in 1988 by RAS Records. The album combines the style and sound of lovers rock with roots reggae and it ...
The partnership of Dennis Brown and Errol 'Flabba' Holt continues to pay rich dividends, for of all the producers the singer worked with across the '90s, arguably Holt was the most sympat...
While many of Dennis Brown's later recordings won't be remembered as well as those of his early days, the man that Bob Marley called his favorite reggae singer never really released a dis...
The Rude Boy moniker has its roots firmly set in the downtown districts of Kingston, Jamaica. Alongside the regular Ska / Rocksteady sounds coming out of the sound systems, there was an u...
Soul Jazz Records presents
The album is a lightning-flash collection of all-time classic and definitive dancehall classics as well as a stellar selection of more obscure tracks. Featuring Yellowman, Tenor Saw, Sist...
Long before Britain’s skinhead population embraced the sounds of Jamaican reggae in the late 1960s, their predecessors, the mods, took ska to their hearts. From the early ‘60s through to ...
Edition of 500
Lee Scratch Perry
Black Friday 2017 Release. Red colored vinyl.
This is the third and final album the Wailing Souls recorded with producer Delroy Wright, and features an awesome aggregation of musicians, including Sly & Robbie, Steely & Clevie...
The Wailing Souls belong in any short list of great reggae vocal groups, especially in terms of harmonies and songwriting. The compositions on this '87 set are uniformly gripping, finely ...
Dancehall mixed with new jack swing. Aswad's 1990 album Too Wicked.
Tracks by King Tubby & Aggrovators, Tower Unlimited, Rod Taylor, Augustus Pablo, Rod Taylor and Johnny Lover.
Mad Professor Selects sees Mad Professor delving into his archives and pulling out nine previously unheard and unreleased tracks spanning the period from 1980-2015. Beginning with a track...
Black Man's Pride is the striking new Studio One collection of deep righteous reggae, featuring Horace Andy, Alton Ellis, The Gladiators, Sugar Minott, The Heptones, Freddie McGregor, Ced...
Bob Marley and The Wailers
Limited edition. Red, yellow and green colored vinyl.
Double Vinyl housed in Gatefold Sleeve with liner notes. 10 Tracks.
Standard CD with 12 Page Booklet. Contains bonus track not featured on original release. 11 Tracks.
Lovers rock from the 70s and 80s featuring Brown Sugar, Sandra Cross, Glen Sloley, Aston Esson, Mellow Rose and Love and Unity on Studio 16.
Evolution, uprising, continuation and Rastafari are words used by the 24-year-old singer-songwriter Chronixx. These identifiers embody every nuance of his long-awaited debut Chronology. T...
Seminal 70s reggae classics reissued by Keyman Records 40 years after it initially hit the streets. It was originally released in 1977 on 7" on Ital Sounds. The A-side on this reissue was...
SOJA, the internationally acclaimed Grammy-nominated eight-piece from Washington D.C., release their new album Poetry in Motion through ATO Records. SOJA’s core sound - an uplifting meld ...
Ken Boothe - Got To Get Away from 1978 and with additional vocals by Jah Walton and produced by Phil Pratt. Features extensive sleeve notes. Original sleeve design by Anthony Nero.
Evil Needle and Q Funktion
This time Greek instrumental hip hop duo Q Funktion meet French/German DJ Evil Needle, each presenting a previously digital-only tune now benefiting from the warmth and grit of Cold Buste...
Translucent purple vinyl. Pressing of 370 units. 3D cover and package includes Daptone-branded 3D glasses!
Limited Black & Blue Marble Vinyl Edition
1978 reggae album from the incomparable Al Campbell back on vinyl! Produced by Hugh Brown and featuring Sly and Robbie, Tommy McCook, Ansil Collins and more."
Mainly because it’s a record that transcends genre specific qualifiers and rhetoric that pigeon hole many albums. It is in the truest sense of the phrase, a great record. Shortly after it...
Lee Scratch Perry and Subatomic Sound System
41 years later, Lee "Scratch" Perry uses today's sound system to revisit his classic Black Ark album that defined Jamaican dub music, reincarnating the magic for the sound system generati...
First up in the series is the killer Junior Byron track "Trying To Hold On," written and produced by Wild Fire's Oliver Chapman and originally released on the Wild Fire label back in 1985...
So read the original liner notes to this classic reggae LP, which originally hit in 1971 and washed over the island like a grooving tropical storm. U-Roy was a true reggae pioneer, dubbed...
Lee Perry and The Upsetters
Originally released by Trojan Records between 1971 and 1973, the four albums that comprise this essential collection highlight a fascinating and integral period in the development of Jama...
When it comes to old-school roots reggae, few groups were as influential as The Maytals. Adding Frederick Toots Hibbert’s name to the front of their billing later in the 1970s, in the ear...
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