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Tags: Dub Reggae | Jamaican
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Freedom
Freedom (12")
Cat: 333013. Rel: 07 Mar 24
 
Dancehall/Ragga
Freedom (3:28)
Freedom (version) (3:26)
Review: Any serious dancehall head will know that an original copy of this is seriously rare. It originates back in the late 80s and early 90s NYC scene van Cooly aka Koolindian aka Super Cat's cousin Andrew Maragh. It first Cameron his label Mad Indian Records but is now reissued by the excellent Death Is Not The End sub-label 333. 'Freedom' was written while the talented vocalist was in prison and details what he saw as the unfairness of the judicial system back then. Philip Smart is the man who laid down the rhythm that so ably carries the vocals. On the flip is a vision but it's the original that you need in your life.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $17.97
Ghetto Children
Cat: 333 006. Rel: 03 Aug 23
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
Ghetto Children (3:29)
Dessus Jammin (3:49)
 in stock $17.45
Sensi Addict (reissue)
Cat: 333LP 003. Rel: 13 Apr 23
 
Dancehall/Ragga
Jah Order (4:30)
Great Stone (4:22)
Sensi Addict (4:05)
Tranquilizer (3:56)
Gazuma (2:58)
Slave (3:23)
Tickle Me (3:42)
Hunts Bay (3:44)
Kie Out (3:43)
Bossman (2:05)
Intérprete: Dreems
 in stock $26.43
Wondering
Cat: 333LP 002. Rel: 16 Mar 23
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
Give Me Your Love (3:22)
Sweet Sixteen (3:28)
I Am Wondering (3:44)
I Can't Finance You (3:40)
You Are So Special (3:06)
Heart Breaker (3:55)
Roots Man Session (3:42)
Dance Hall Seen (3:09)
Review: Active since the early 1980s, Robert Ffrench is a curio in the reggae scene, with a penchant for extra drum machines and a distinctly wacky sound. Emblematic of Ffrench's approach to music-making is the album 'Wondering', which here comes reissued via 333. Entirely themed around the tumult of Ffrench's relationships while living in 1980s Jamaica, hilarities like 'I Can't Finance You' and 'Heart Breaker' reflect the artist's intense thoughts on the various women in his life. It's all helped along, best of all, by his remarkable synthwork, making this an essential listen.
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 in stock $19.08
Pop Style
Pop Style (limited 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 333LP 012. Rel: 19 Oct 23
 
Dancehall/Ragga
Pop Style (3:44)
Baby Don't Go (4:00)
Country Girl (3:34)
Take Bribe (3:41)
Budget (3:31)
Everywhere You Go In This World (4:01)
Give Me The Sensi (3:33)
Jah Jah (3:52)
Travellin' Man (3:38)
Review: Hugh Maddo's Pop Style is one of those super rare but cult late 80s reggae and dancehall albums that just hit a perfect sweet spot between styles. Thankfully, Death Is Not The End sub-label 333 has got the rights to this full reissue of the original which was recorded in Jamaica at Byron Lee's Dynamics and Herman Chin-Loy's Aquarius studios in 1987. A wealth of musical talents of the day all feature on it including Winston Wright, Bobby Ellis, and Mikey "Boo" Richards, but the standout is the sublime vocal contribution of Killamanjaro's Hugh Maddo.
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Tags: Dub Reggae | Jamaican
 in stock $25.11
Promised Land
Cat: 333 008. Rel: 20 Sep 23
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
Promised Land (3:16)
Promised Land (dub version) (3:09)
Review: A repro of the much in-demand Flames cut first made by the Nairobi Sisters in 1974, 'Promised Land'. Infamously sampled by Q-Tip for 'Whateva Will Be' as well as on a range of earlier 90s boom-bap era productions, it is not at all hard to figure out why it's a coveted record. The Nairobi Sisters were singers Terrie Nairobi and Judy Mowatt, and 'Promised Land' was first recorded with the band The Gaytones, under license to the Gay Feet label. Later cut to Winston Jones' Flames Records, the track and its dub version came to define the Brooklyn reggae scene, owing to the enduring interest it commands today.
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 in stock $15.85
333
333 (7")
Cat: 333 007. Rel: 11 May 23
 
Dancehall/Ragga
333 (2:28)
333 (version) (3:17)
 in stock $16.13
Replay
Replay (7")
Cat: 333 009. Rel: 25 May 23
 
Dancehall/Ragga
Replay (3:29)
Replay (version) (3:25)
 in stock $17.45
FORTHCOMING
Meditation In Dub (reissue)
Cat: 333LP 011. Rel: 28 Jun 24
 
Dub
Move Out Of Me Way
Meditation Dub
Little Bit Of Dub
Peaceful Natty
Political Affair
Natty Chase The Barber
Back Whe Dreadie
Move Out Carol
War Mongrel
Trod On Natty
Review: Mediation in Dub by The Revolutionaries, reissued as part of Death Is Not The End's 333 series, delves into the archives of NYC-based Flames label. The Revolutionaries, a renowned reggae session band, comprised a rotating lineup of top Jamaican musicians, anchored by the formidable duo of Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare. Recorded at Channel One studio in Kingston during the mid-1970s, under the guidance of producer Ossie Hibbert, these tracks feature dub versions of Winston Jones's Flames label releases. Jones, known for his work on 'Stop That Train,' established Flames in NYC in the early 1970s, becoming a key player in Brooklyn's reggae scene. Meditation in Dub is a collector's gem, offering essential dub versions of popular rhythms from the era. This reissue, licensed from Jones and mastered with assistance from DKR, provides a valuable snapshot of reggae's roots and early dancehall periods.
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est. release 28 Jun 24 $22.74
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My Black Race
Cat: 333004. Rel: 15 Jun 23
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
My Black Race (5:00)
Black Race (dub) (5:11)
Review: UK reggae artist Rupie Dan originally released 'My Black Race' on his own Flag Records label. Owing to the perfectionism and inscrutability of "self-releasing" artists, this is an instantly memorable, stunningly-produced reggae song, centring on the theme of collective Black pride. Deep basses and high-snipping drums come together with the standard melodic accoutrements of keyboard, melodica and synth accents - making both it and its dub version regular selections for soundsystem legends like Jah Shaka back in the day.
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Intérprete: Tom Drew
 in stock $19.30
The System (reissue)
Cat: 333 014. Rel: 07 Feb 24
 
Dancehall/Ragga
The System (3:21)
The System (version) (3:27)
 in stock $16.39
The Seven Gold
Cat: 333LP 015. Rel: 25 Apr 24
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
I Feel Good (3:32)
Waterboot (3:10)
Holo Gow (4:42)
Jah Jah Call You (5:56)
Warn Them Now (3:47)
Musical Addick (4:26)
 in stock $23.00
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