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Nicky Thomas - Love Of The Common People (LP)
Livin' on free food tickets Water in your milk from a hole in the roof Where the rain come through What can you do, uh-huh Tears from your little sister Cryin' because she doesn't have a dress without a patch For the party tonight But she knows she'll get by 'cause she's Livin' with the love of the common people Smile from the heart of the family man Daddy's gonna buy you a dream to cling to Mama's gonna love you just as much as she can, as she can It's a good thing you don't have bus fares It'll fall through the hole in your pocket And you'll lose it on the stone on the ground Gotta walk into town to find a job Tryin' to keep your hands warm When the hole in your shoe lets the snow come through And it chills you to the bone So now you'd better go home, where it's warm, and you'll be Livin' with the love of the common people Smile from the heart of the family man Daddy's gonna buy you a dream to cling to Mama's gonna love you as much as she can, as she can Livin' on a dream ain't easy but the closer the knit The tighter the fit and the chill stay away Keep the man's strive, the family pride You know that faith is your foundation With a whole lotta love and a warm conversation But don't forget to turn Makin' you strong where you belong and you're Livin' with the love of the common people Smile from the heart of the family man Daddy's gonna buy you a dream to cling to Mama's gonna love you just as much as she can, as she can written by John Hurley & Ronnie Wilkins

22,90 €* 29,00 €* (21.03% gespart)
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Desmond Dekker – Essential Artist Collection (DOLP)
- Violet Viny

32,90 €* 39,90 €* (17.54% gespart)
VA – Studio One Rude Boy (RSD24) (LP)
- Limited New Edition - Special Colour Vinyl- Download Code

34,90 €*
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Ken Boothe – Essential Artist Collection (DOLP)

32,90 €* 39,90 €* (17.54% gespart)
Justin Hinds – Showcase (LP)
Limited EditionRed Vinyl

26,90 €*
Victor Axelrod – If You Ask Me To... (Victor Axelrod Productions For Daptone Records) (LP)
- Limited Edition (2000 Copies)- Red Black Swirl- Includes MP3 Download Card

27,90 €*
Symarip – Skinhead Moonstomp (LP)
- Smokey Coloured Vinyl- 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl- Limited Individually Numbered Edition (1000)

36,90 €*
VA – Who Wants Some? (LP)
• Bunny Lee was the first to actually use reggae in the title of a record with ‘It’s Reggae Time’ Striker’s propensity for creating hit records during this period was unmatched and he was awarded the prestigious “title of Jamaican Producer Of The Year in 1969, 1970, 1971 & 1972” the years covered by this new Boss Reggae focused compilation.• Striker’s complete mastery of the new reggae rhythms and “versioning them over” are showcased on this release with the emphasis placed on the outstanding contribution of the cream of Kingston’s session musicians

23,90 €*
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The Ethiopians – Woman Capture Man (LP)
Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on gold coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. The Ethiopians was one of Jamaica's most popular bands during the late ska, rocksteady and early reggae periods. With the smooth vocals of The Ethiopians in front of the mix and the organ sound in the background, they recorded Woman Capture Man. The album is produced by J.J. Johnson, who was a major influence on Jamaican ska and rocksteady music during the 1960s revolution.

21,90 €* 36,90 €* (40.65% gespart)
Shots In The Dark – Chicken Blues (LP)

16,90 €*
The Skalars – Change Up (LP)
Red Vinyl First time on vinyl. Limited to 500 copies on green and red vinyl.

19,90 €*
King General Re encounters The Bush Chemists – Broke Again (LP)

24,90 €*
The Upshitters – Bad Place For The Weak (LP)

18,90 €*
Geier Sturzflug – In Der Grossen Tradition Der Kleinen Haushaltswaren (LP)

16,90 €*
VA – Soul Jazz Records Presents - Studio One Rockers (DOLP)
Das von Clement »Coxsone« Dodd gegründete Studio One dient als umfassender Führer durch die Geschichte der Reggae-Musik. Die Musik auf Studio One Rockers deckt alle Bereiche des Reggae wie Ska, Rocksteady, Roots und Dancehall ab, alles Bereiche, in denen Studio One führend war. Studio One Rockers enthält viele legendäre Studio One-Tracks, die zum ersten Mal von Soul Jazz Records zusammengestellt wurden. Seit den Anfängen des Reggae, als die Skatalites 1962 einen neuen Ska-Sound entwickelten, bis heute ist Studio One die Nummer eins in der jamaikanischen Musik. Auf dieser Zusammenstellung sind klassische Ska-Tracks (»Phoenix City«), Rocksteady (»Feel Like Jumping«), Roots-Musik (»Truth and Rights«), Dancehall (Freddy McGregor, Michigan und Smiley) und viele mehr enthalten. Hier sind viele der klassischen Titel von Studio One zu hören. Von Dawn Penns legendärem »No, No, No« bis zu Klassikern wie Horace Andys »Skylarking« und Marcia Griffiths »Feel Like Jumping«. Das Coxsone Soundsystem war in den frühen 60er Jahren neben seinen Konkurrenten Prince Buster und Duke Reid eines der drei wichtigsten Soundsysteme in Jamaika. Der Katalog von Studio One ist wahrscheinlich der größte in der jamaikanischen Musik und diese Veröffentlichung ist die erste in einer Reihe von Studio One Compilations auf Soul Jazz Records.

34,90 €*
VA – Studio One Classics (DOLP)
Soul Jazz Records’ new 20th anniversary one-off limited-edition heavyweight special-edition purple coloured double vinyl pressing + download code and striking ‘Wailers’ alternative gatefold sleeve only available for Record Store Day 2022. Studio One Classics features a non-stop selection of stone-cold classic Studio One killers! Spanning 40 years of the legendary label, this album is a celebration of the music of Studio One Records and features a who’s who of Jamaican Reggae: Bob Marley, The Heptones, Horace Andy, Sugar Minott, Don Drummond, Prince Jazzbo & more.This collection contains numerous legendary tracks, including Bob Marley and the Wailers’ “Simmer Down”," "Love Me Forever" by Carlton & His Shoes, Slim Smith's "Rougher Yet," Horace Andy's "Fever,", Alton Ellis’s “I’m Just A Guy’, The Skatalites’ blazing ‘Confucious’ and loads more. Timeless stuff - every track here is indeed a classic, no-one can argue about that! Studio One produced literally hundreds of hits and this selection includes some of the label’s most enduring songs. Often described as both the University of Reggae, and the Motown of Jamaica, never were these phrases more apt than if we look at the number of artists who launched their musical careers at Studio One. It is simply impossible to imagine modern Jamaican music without Clement "Coxsone" Dodd, founder of the iconic label, and virtually every singer and musician of note in Reggae cut their teeth at Studio One. Studio One's output spans over four decades, all represented here. Coxsone Dodd pioneered nearly every new form of Jamaican music as it developed over time and this album includes Ska, Dancehall, Roots, Rocksteady, DJ, Lovers and more. This is probably the best entry of the many Soul Jazz Studio One releases if you're after a primer in the Studio One sound. It's all here from the stomping Ska of the Skatalites to The Lone Ranger's Rub-a-dub stylee! Like it says on the wrapper 'Classics' pretty much sums it up.

34,90 €*
Toots & The Maytals – Recoup (LP)
Reissue of 1997 album on 180 gram RED vinyl by Toots & The Maytals.

31,90 €*
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Lee Scratch Perry – King Scratch (Musical Masterpieces from the Upsetter Ark-ive) (DOLP)
Arguably the greatest Jamaican record producer of all time, Lee "Scratch" Perry was instrumental in transforming the island's national sound throughout the sixties and seventies with his unique approach to music making, pushing the music beyond previously perceived boundaries. To mark the first anniversary of his passing, the very best of his work is showcased across a number of products, all of which effectively demonstrate why Perry was a widely venerated figure for so long. The 2x gatefold LP set collection focuses upon the legendary music maker's best-known productions from the sixties and seventies, performed by some of the giants of Jamaican music, with both extensive notes on the man whose talent and imagination took reggae to new heights of excellence.

22,90 €* 35,90 €* (36.21% gespart)