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Bob Marley - Soul Rebel (CD)

8,90 €*
Lone Ranger - On The Other Side Of Dub (CD)
It was an experimental album: five Lone Ranger songs, and the dub versions on the back. That was the first time that's been done. That's the thing that made that album different. It became a classic instantly, and never stopped selling since then. An all-time classic: the Lone Ranger debut album.

16,90 €*
VA ‎- Armageddon Time Chapter 1 (CD)

9,90 €*
VA - Six The Hard Way (CD)

12,90 €*
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Bob Marley & The Wailers - Rastaman Vibration (CD)

7,90 €* 14,90 €* (46.98% gespart)
VA - Play On Mr. Music: Lee Perry Black Ark Days (CD)
“Play On Mr Music” by the Upsetter Revue featuring The Heptones, The Congos and Junior Murvin, had long been the Holy Grail for roots reggae connoisseurs, until Rocka Shacka issued it on a 10-inch EP. The result of an impromptu studio jam (captured on celluloid for Jeremy Marre’ s Roots Rock Reggae documentary in May 1977), the track celebrates the undeniable pull of Perry’ s musical artistry, with both musicians and onlookers enhanced by the uplifting qualities of a marijuana spliff."Milte Hi Ankhen" by Sam Carty is a full vocal cut to the oriental dub known as "Bird In Hand" which was included the dub master piece "Return of Ape". You can also enjoy the unreleased dub mix of the deep rasta tune "Rejoice Jah Jah Children" by The Silvertones, also the unreleased take of Carlton Jackson's big tune "History", an irie roots rock version of Curtis Mayfield "People Get Ready" by Junior Murvin and the soulful Perry's vocal on "Soul Fire"

21,90 €*
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The Gladiators - Sweet So Till (CD)

6,90 €* 11,90 €* (42.02% gespart)
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Meta & The Cornerstones - Hira (CD)

7,90 €* 16,90 €* (53.25% gespart)
Prince Far I - Dubwise (CD)

8,90 €*
Sylford Walker ‎- Lamb's Bread (CD)
Recorded in 1978, only released on Greensleeves in 1988, Syford Walker's "Lamb's Bread" is a Lost Treassure of a special kind. Produced by the chronically underrated Glen Brown, whose fat horns and jazz-like arrangements are masterpieces beyond the usual roots mainstream. Mini-epics of unadulterated roots reggae, as it was and is rarely heard outside Jamaica. The whole thing is mixed by the over-father of dub, King Tubby, who goes all out in the vocal/version track "Deuteronomy". Walker's voice, especially on "Lamp's Bread" and "Chant Down Babylon", is reminiscent of the young Winston Rodney aka Burning Spear in his Studio One days. For true: next to Augustus Pablo's "King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown" and Burning Spear's "Markus Garvey" perhaps one of the best (and most neglected) reggae albums of all time! Guitar – Glen Brown __ Bass – Errol "Flabba" Holt, Jeffrey Chung, Jackie Jackson, Lloyd Parkes __ Drums – Carlton Barrett, Eric Clark __ Organ – Aston "Family Man" Barrett __ Piano – Joe White __ Flute, Tenor Saxophone – Tommy McCook __ Trombone – Tramm

14,90 €*