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1 - DEAN, NORA - PEACE BEGINS WITHIN - (7") 
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This is a licensed reissue of the early Reggae masterpiece "NORA DEAN "PEACE BEGINS WITHIN" initially published in 1971 and never reprinted since...Although one of the greatest Reggae female vocalists, little is known about Nora Dean. She recorded solo and also as a member of The Soulettes, The Ebony Sisters and The Soul Sisters. Nora Dean's most known song "Barbwire" was a number one hit in 1969. Her songs today are considered great classics among early Reggae fans. As both sides of this single shows, Nora Dean was without doubt one of the greatest Jamaican voices ever. "Peace begins within" is a beautiful uptempo early Reggae masterpiece where Nora's vocal ability really shows. It is an unusual song depicting in a few words the hard reality of life, on an uplifting early Reggae beat. Brilliant track! The original single is one of the most sought after Reggae 7" vinyl ever with a price tag of about 900 dollars a piece if you can ever find one... We wanted to do something very special with this reissue so we opted for the 1969's "Ay Ay Ay Ay" on the B side."Ay Ay Ay Ay" is a very unique track, a psychedelic Jamaican song - not quite Reggae - wonderfully weird, where Nora sings, moans, laughs, shrieks, whistles, delivering one of her most compelling vocal performance on a background of tribal drums and hypnoctic guitar. Awesome!

TRACKLISTING: 01. Peace Begins Within 02. Ay Ay Ay Ay


Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 08-11-2019
Référence : 537900     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,25 EUR


2 - ELLIS, ALTON - PUMPING IN/KNOCK ON WOOD - (7") 
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This double sider features two ultra rare early Reggae dancers from the Godfather of Rocksteady and have never been issued on 7" vinyl previously!"Pumping In" 1970 has never been issued on a 7"vinyl.This uptempo track has great guitar work, killer organ and some fine gutsy vocals, an absolute gem."Knock on wood" 1972This version was produced by Joe Gibbs featured on 2 compilations LPs in 1969 and 1973 but was never issued on a 7"vinyl either. In the same vein as ""Pumping In", this is a rough, tough Boss reggae cover of Eddy Floyd soul anthem featuring unbelievable vocals from Alston.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Pumping In 02. Knock On Wood


Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 15-07-2020
Référence : 542351     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,50 EUR


3 - KINGSTONIANS, THE - HOLD DOWN/NICE NICE - (7") 
HARLEM SHUFFLE


These two avidly sought after Early Reggae tracks have been extracted from the 1970 "SUFFERER" album... These 2 tracks are extremely rare on 7" vinyl and are sought after by literally thousands of collectors and Early Reggae fans alike.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Hold Down 02. Nice Nice


Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 10-07-2020
Référence : 541012     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,50 EUR


4 - OTHER HALF, THE - MR. PHARMACIST - (7") 
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This is a licensed reissue on 7" vinyl of the killer garage single by the Other Half published by GNP Crescendo in 1966 and never reprinted since. The Other Half was a 5 pieces band that included the guitar wizard Randy Holden who went on to join Blue Cheer later on. TOH members were originaly from L.A., then moved to San Francisco in the mid sixties. The Other Half' sound was a brutal but fairly advanced rock interpretation of the R&B performed by British bands such as The Rolling Stones & Them. Although less known, they were really on par with American bands such as Music Machine, the Sonics and the Wailers. Mr Pharmacist is their best known and much sought after single. It was covered by The Fall with great success in the 80's. It is an uptempo, mean, hard, relentless white R&B number showcasing a sophisticated combination of wild guitars, outstanding drums and powerful vocals. And unbelievable lyrics to match... On the flip side "I've Come So Far" is a slower number backed with some awesome piano (reminiscing of the Seeds) and great vocals to boot. Irresistible. The release is on a high quality 42 grams 7" vinyl 45 RPM Mono as per the original.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Mr. Farmacist 02. I've Come So Far


Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 08-11-2019
Référence : 537899     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,00 EUR


5 - REDMOND, ROY - AIN'T THAT TERRIBLE/A CHANGE IS GONNA COME - (7") 
HARLEM SHUFFLE


Reissue of the 1967 northern soul single.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Ain't That Terrible 02. A Change Is Gonna Come


Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 09-10-2020
Référence : 543875     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 13,75 EUR


6 - SYMARIP - THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKING - (7") 
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THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKING 1970 Issued on 7" vinyl for the first time, this is a licensed release of the song extracted from the "Skinhead Moonstomp" L.P. on Trojan Records in 1970, 50 years ago.This is a cracking Boss Reggae cover of Nancy Sinatra's mega hit and a huge early Reggae anthem. Incredibly this very much in demand song has never been released on 7" vinyl up to now!THAT IS NICE 1971 - That is Nice has only been available on the "Skinhead Moonstomp" Special Edition CD.This is a Symarip original and it is the complete opposite of "These Boots Are Made For Walking". Here the gritty voice of Roy Ellis serves admirably the sad, pensive melody and simple lyrics of this melancholic love ballad. Simply beautiful. A very rare gem and a perfect finish to this outstanding double sider single.

TRACKLISTING: 01. These Boots Are Made For Walking (1970 - 50th Anniversary) 02. That Is Nice (1971)


Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 11-12-2020
Référence : 545584     NEW
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 13,50 EUR


7 - VARIOUS - HOT SAUCE, VOL. 1 - (LP) 
HARLEM SHUFFLE


180 grams vinyl Includes a glossy 30x30cm poster insert.This is the first volume of the HOT SAUCE compilation LPs dedicated to the Trojan related UK labels between 1965 and 1975. The initial plan is for at least 3 albums of 14 titles.HOT SAUCE VOLUME 1 features Rocksteady, Boss Reggae, early Dub & early Reggae outstanding original Jamaican tracks including rare songs, overlooked gems, hidden treasures and some hits.The record labels showcased on the first volume are Attack, Amalgamated, Black Swan, Blue Cat, Downtown, Doctor Bird, Duke, Grape, High Note, Randys and Trojan.The tracks here have been selected according to their musical interest firstly, their rarity, and their complementarity. These tracks are all outstanding tracks, "killer tracks", there are no "fillers" whatsoever. Particular attention has been paid to the way the songs are sequenced (or "mixed") so that the album builds up nicely and gradually, generally starting with the Rocksteady songs on the A side and the 70s songs on the B side.HOT SAUCE is a musical journey across the early Reggae UK labels and across different Jamaican musical genres & talents and the way they interact together. Since the early 70s "Tighten Up" series, no compilation have really explored these labels in depth on vinyl.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Stranger & Patsy - Tell It To Me 2:58 - Doctor Bird 1967 02. Glen Miller - Rock Steady Party 2:20 - Doctor Bird 1968 03. Des All Stars - Walk With Des 3:19 - Grape 1970 04. Andersons All Stars - Intensified Girls 2:38 - Blue Cat 1968 05. The Cobbs - Space Doctor 3:07 - Amalgamated 1969 06. Clancy Collins - Brother Moses 3:16 - Duke 1969 07. The Gaylads - I Love The Reggae 2:49 - Randys 1969 08. Johnny & The Attractions - Coming On The Scene 2:50 - Doctor Bird 1968 09. The Itals - Dawn Patrol 2:38 - Black Swan 1971 10. Willie Lindo & The Charmers Band - Drum Song 3:50 - Trojan 1974 11. The Hardy Boys - Black Out 3:17 - Attack 1975 12. Dave Collins - Smooth & Sorts 2:22 - Trojan 1972 13. Hippy Boys - Nigeria 3:36 - High Note 1969 14. Audrey - Youll Loose A Good Thing 2:41 - Downtown 1969


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 16-10-2020
Référence : 542945     
Disponibilité: EN STOCK
Prix : 24,25 EUR



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