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Horns Man Style EP (12" in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: DKR 215. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Revelation Time (3:32)
  2. Ego Trip (3:09)
  3. Roll On (4:40)
  4. Red Chalice (2:51)
  5. School Dance (4:12)
  6. The Score (3:59)
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Cat: W 107CD. Rel: 23 Sep 05
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Bob Lives On
  2. Stop The Fuss
  3. Love Him
  4. Good Will Survive
  5. Take It Easy
  6. Eating Mess
  7. Musical Episode
  8. Live In The City
  9. Live In Unity
  10. Lonely Woman
Review: Appearing originally on the Solid Groove label out of Croydon in South London, 'Exclusively' is sometimes misconstrued as the UK issue of 'Dance Hall Style'. The tracks from both were recorded at the same sessions - with Bullwackies joined at the controls by Junior Delahaye and Prince Douglas and issued close together in 1982-83. Half of 'Exclusively' non-exclusively versions four tracks from the Stateside release - three are re-titled - and also 'Eating Mess', which appeared on the first pressing of 'Dance Hall Style', though unlisted on the sleeve. The mixes are all different (and without dubs). Five further specials include the funky 'Musical Episode', a superior Bob Marley tribute, and a version of 'Rougher Yet'. It's all vintage Wackies, and spun out of Horace's all-time greatest album - unmissable.
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  1. You & I
  2. Dubwise Version
  3. Live It Up
  4. Praise Jah Jah
  5. Truly
  6. Dubwise
  7. Live & Love
  8. Dubwise (version)
  9. Prophesy
  10. Dubwise
  11. My Heart Is Gone
  12. Dubwise
  13. Come On & Tell Me
  14. Dubwise
  15. You Rest On My Mind
  16. Dubwise (version)
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Betrayed (12")
Cat: WACKIES 715. Rel: 29 Aug 18
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Betrayed (6:30)
  2. Betrayed (dub) (3:25)
  3. What A Feeling Dub (8:21)
  4. What A Dub (5:03)
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Cat: EFA 566172. Rel: 16 Nov 02
  1. Sibles In Dub
  2. Promotion Rock
  3. Jamaica Dub
  4. Super Dub
  5. Bag Man Dub
  6. Dub Stew
  7. Hot & Cold
  8. Dub Parade
  9. Summer Dub
  10. Dub Star
Review: The musicians are Itopia augmented by Leroy Sibbles and Jackie Mittoo. Also Annette Brissette on drums - her solo album provides three outstanding cuts here, featuring Menelik in fine style on percussion. 12"s by Barrington Spence and Lloyd Hemmings take dub honours from the Wackies mixing desk; also Sugar Minott, Leroy Sibbles' redemptive version of Lionel Richie's 'Truly', and the rhythms behind still-unissued vocal tracks by Milton Henry and - best of all, the killing super dub cut - 'The Shades'. More resplendent dub from Bullwackies.
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Cat: WACKIES 0036CD/50198. Rel: 02 Feb 06
  1. Black Heart Dub
  2. Disco Dub
  3. Dub To Jah
  4. Dub Seasoning
  5. Dub Unlimited
  6. Bullwackies Revenge
  7. Uptown I
  8. Hurricane Not I
  9. Dubbing Around
  10. Unlimited Dub
Review: Magnificent dub album out originally on the Senrab label in 1976, when Lloyd Barnes' spars at the desk were Prince Douglas and Jah Upton, in the first months of the White Plains Road headquarters, and indeed as Upton - disheartened by the gang warfare that had crossed the path of the Bullwackies Disco sound - drifted away. The selection commemorates a series of brilliant 7"s and 12"s on labels like City Line and Wackies, and sister labels like Upton, Versatile, and Munchie Jackson's Earth imprint. Core rhythm tracks from Jamaica - Treasure Isle mostly, and then mixed by Tubby - had been worked over at the Sounds Unlimited studio on E 24th Street in Manhattan. There are few traces of singers, though: the Sylvester Brothers are singled out by the label artwork here. Baba Leslie's Black Horns - next piece to Wayne Jarrett's African Woman - is spun out of the opening track. The Love Joys are like genies in the stunning twin mixes of Disco Reggae. The track Dub Unlimited is John Clarke's Pollution (Unlimited Dub dubs singjay coverage of the Ali-Frazier Thriller In Manilla); Bullwackies Revenge is a version of the Chin Chow rhythm, a tribute to the restaurant next door; the Chosen Brothers' Talk To The Father is represented, and Andrew McCalla's Home By The Sea... But it would be wrong to bog the album down in these details - an all-time great dub LP.
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Cat: W 1040CD. Rel: 09 Oct 08
  1. Recording Connection
  2. Skylarking
  3. Troubled Land
  4. Morning Star
  5. United Rock
  6. Black World
  7. Simple Little Woman
  8. Tribute To Studio One
  9. Shining Star
  10. Rain From The Cloud
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Cat: W 114CD. Rel: 30 Jul 07
  1. Free For All
  2. Space Age
  3. Roots
  4. Drum Call
  5. Tribal Dub
  6. All For Free
  7. Dis Ya A Dub
  8. Boma Ye Dub
  9. Meditation Dub
  10. Blackbyrd
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Cat: WACKIES 2457. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. March Down Babylon (3:13)
  2. Jah Don’t Like That (3:32)
  3. Sing & Shout (3:42)
  4. Back To Africa (4:10)
  5. Dancing In The Rain (12" mix) (6:51)
  6. Hey Lady (3:53)
  7. Joy, Joy (3:50)
  8. I Gave You Love (3:50)
  9. There You Are (3:54)
  10. All Things (12" mix) (6:53)
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March Down Babylon (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: W 714. Rel: 17 Jul 18
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. March Down Babylon (4:55)
  2. March Down Babylon (dub) (3:39)
  3. March Down Babylon (version) (5:16)
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Cat: W 2333/78. Rel: 09 May 06
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Big Leg Mary
  2. You're Just The One
  3. John Brown
  4. Boss I
  5. Creator
  6. Recession
  7. Polution
  8. Wasn't It You
  9. You Like To Borrow
  10. Babylon Spanking
  11. Abortion
  12. Bum Bang Festival
  13. Good Collie Weed
  14. You Like To Borrow
  15. You're Just The One
  16. Tell Me The Truth
  17. We Need Some Solution
  18. Wasn't It You
  19. Babylon Spanking
  20. John Brown
  21. Shack Up With You
  22. Come Back Darling
Review: "Visions Of John Clarke" was a little thrown together for its original release in 1979. Still, its sleeve carried a ringing endorsement from Bullwackies himself - president of the John Clarke fan club - and the album attracted the interest of no less than Studio 1 boss Coxsone Dodd, whose bid for distribution-rights was thwarted when the Brooklyn label Makossa quickly put in for a full licence. The singer - not to be confused with Johnny Clark - had been running with the Wackies operation for the past six years, ever since moving from Jamaica to New York. He'd cut memorable sevens with co-founder Munchie Jackson for the Tafari label - like "In Search of The Human Race" and "Recession" - and with Lloyd Barnes for such Bullwackies imprints as Versatile and Wackies. Several are collected by these two albums, with another layer of modification: for example, on "Wasn't It You", Lloyd Barnes and Prince Douglas give a new treatment - and adding guitar - to the jumbo Caribbean disco twelve; on "Pollution" they remove the horns from the Wackies seven (though generally Baba Leslie is in full effect here).
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Cat: DKR 220. Rel: 16 Aug 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Big Leg Mary (6:39)
  2. Wasn't It You (7:23)
Review: Another carefully considered reissue from Wackie's tackles two of Kingston born John Clarke's tracks from 1978. They first landed on the Jumbo Caribbean Disco label (which was actually based in Brooklyn) and here are just some of the tens of gems he recorded for the imprint. Both tracks are super hazy dubs with the clipped rhythms of "Big Leg Mary" and burrowing lead coming on heavy, while "Wasn't It You" is a smooth and deadly jam. This one has been known to fetch upwards of 100 quid on second hand markets, so move fast to secure yourself a sure fire winner.
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Cat: W 2450CD. Rel: 01 Feb 07
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Who Do You Think I Am
  2. Let The Sunshine In
  3. No Dreams
  4. Send Me That Pillow
  5. Sweet Melody
  6. Good Old Days
  7. What Am I To Do
  8. Them A Devil
  9. You Don't Have To Know
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Vampire (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WACKIES 158. Rel: 10 Oct 18
  1. Tony Jackson - "Mother I Love You" (4:32)
  2. Itopia - "Mother's Dub" (5:11)
  3. Jah B - "Vampire" (5:08)
  4. Jah B - "Vampire" (version) (4:40)
Intérprete: Juno Recommends Dub
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Great Jah Jah (6 track CD single)
Cat: W 0790CD. Rel: 29 Jun 06
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Love Of My Life
  2. Sun Will Shine
  3. Great Jah Jah
  4. Roman Soidiers
  5. Living In The Gettho
  6. Where Is That Love
Review: Taking its name from Jezreel, the Biblical city founded by the tribe of Issachar, where God is said to have cursed Ahab for his greed, this singing duo's debut Wackies album is steeped in rasta spirituality. Clive Davis and Christopher Harvey step forward from the backing line on innumerable Sugar Minott sessions for example and into the company of the great JA vocal combos of the late seventies. As at home with Viceroys-style harmonies as with traditional impressions and doowop-derived flourishes; as comfortable riding Channel One-style steppers as with more laid-back, lovers grooves. Dug in behind them is drummer Jah Scotty's New Breed Band - also known as the Reckless Breed - falling between the Sylvester Brothers and Itopia as Wackies in-house crew. Included in the line-up this time are two of Lloyd Barnes' sons, Bob and Shaan. Appearing as Reggae Jerry, guitarist Jerry Harris is on top form, and as Jerry Hitster he contributes some startling keyboards (alongside Sylvesters' old-boy Roy Robertson), not least in the opening bars. Most of the rhythms are one-offs, though Roman Soldiers is the militant first outing of Natures Dub, and Living In The Ghetto is Kicking Scott from the same album. (On top, the sleeve features vintage reggae typesetting by Leslie A Moore, LAM Graphics Int.) This is a showcase LP, with all tracks extending into inventive dubs. Arrangements are by Lloyd Barnes and Jah Hamma, aka Prince Douglas, who also work the mixing desk.
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Cat: W 710. Rel: 09 Nov 06
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. All Depends On You
  2. I Put My Trust
Review: 'All Depends On You' is an intimate eight-and-a-half-minutes of yearning and pleading, generously dosed with the vocal styling's of the original Night Nurse himself. 'I Put My Trust' swaps religious for amorous devotion: musically it is more characteristically Wackies, reverberating but as crisp as a biscuit, stepping but spaced-out. Neither track appears on the LP.
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Cat: W 3483. Rel: 18 Nov 05
  1. Boy I Love You
  2. Black Girl
Review: Out originally in 1982 around the same time as Jamaica Super Dub (and in England as a three-track 7" including Superstatic Magic Mystery), this single released two of a handful of tracks cut with the Itopia band at Wackies by Joy Card - between her leaving home in Canada and enrolment in the US Army. Jah Son Invasion includes short and singjay versions of Black Girl, which as this discomix was a big hit at the time in London, and played on the radio by the likes of Rodigan and Greg Edwards. Both sides are tough, edgy and dubby lovers' rock - Joy Card is confident and winning, Lloyd Barnes busy and thrilling throughout.
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Movie Show (12")
Cat: WACKIES 153. Rel: 23 Mar 04
  1. Movie Show
  2. Movie Show (Bullwackie's All Stars Dubwise mix)
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Cat: W 3239CD. Rel: 22 Nov 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Studio Man
  2. Sweet Feelings
  3. Stranger Get Up
  4. Jah Light
  5. Are You Ready
  6. All I Can Say
  7. Watch Them
  8. Love Is Not A Game
  9. Wherever Jah Send Me
  10. How Long
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Cat: W-100. Rel: 25 Oct 05
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. You're Back
  2. You're Back (Part II)
Review: "You're Back" by Lloyd McTaggart is one of Wackies' earliest and most obscure 12". Recorded around the same time as the monumental "Revolution/The Time Is Now" by Leroy Sibbles & Stranger Cole, it features the Love Joys' backing vocals, lots of 70s synth percussion, the weirdest trumpet part and a wicked version as part two on the flipside.
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Cat: W 510. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Take It Easy
  2. We Gonna Make It
  3. Rebounce
  4. For The Good Of Man
  5. You Care For Me
  6. I Love Jah
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Cat: SS 103. Rel: 08 Oct 18
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Maxing Miller & Wackies Rhythm Force - "To Be Free" (4:19)
  2. Wackies Rhythm Force - "Free Dub" (4:08)
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Cat: DKR 225. Rel: 16 Aug 19
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Sugar Minott - "In The Ghetto" (5:40)
  2. Calabash & Fourth Generation Band - "Zion Land" (6:53)
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Dub Roots (CD)
Cat: WACKIES 295CD. Rel: 24 Jun 05
  1. Jam Love (dub)
  2. Hard Times (dub)
  3. Let Me Show You (dub)
  4. Tongue Shall Tell (dub)
  5. March Down Babylon (dub)
  6. Sunshine (dub)
  7. You & Me (dub)
  8. Morth Of The Border (dub)
  9. Tribesman (dub)
Review: Engineer Douglas Levy was part of the original Wackies set up from 1974-75, alongside Lloyd Barnes and Jah Upton. For a while he would have his own label - Hamma - within the Bullwackies group; but besides Sugar's International Herb, this 1980 dub album is his finest work. Wackies' fans have been clamouring for its reissue ever since Rhythm & Sound began making the catalogue available again. Many of the rhythms are derived from a tape given to the studio by Sly and Robbie, containing their versions of recent Joe Gibbs hits. And there are brilliant treatments of Tribesman Dub - the rhythm for Tyrone Evans' Black Like Me - and Wayne Jarrett's definitive interpretation of Every Tongue Shall Tell. Elsewhere Jah Batta takes deejay duties - likewise Prince Douglas himself. (And there are lovely skewed graphics by team regular Leslie Moore, self-styled 'LAM International'). But the deadliest cut of all reworks another gift, Steel Pulse's Handsworth Revolution, which arrived in a parcel of records from England the same weekend as the session: March Down Babylon Dub, with Bullwackie himself at the microphone in his Chosen Brothers guise, as steely and apocalyptic as Douglas Levy's fabulous production.
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Cat: W 038CD. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. High Times
  2. Makka Root
  3. Tribal Rock
  4. Dread Feeling
  5. Wrong Cord
  6. Shotgun Skank
  7. Disco Reggae Rocker
  8. Black Brigade
  9. Tribesman Assault
  10. Open The Gates
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Cat: WACKIES 2386. Rel: 04 Mar 19
  1. Bobby Sarkie - "Over & Over" (4:10)
  2. Bobby Sarkie - "Over & Over" (version) (4:18)
  3. Roland Alphonso - "Rent Rebate" (3:37)
  4. Ras Menilik - "Mount Zion" (3:13)
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Cat: WACKIES 1718. Rel: 29 May 15
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. So Much Trouble (2:45)
  2. Good Thing Going (3:50)
  3. Wicked Ago Feel It (3:22)
  4. Its You I Love (4:29)
  5. She Stays On My Mind (4:02)
  6. Don't Take Away (4:54)
  7. Freedom Train (3:40)
  8. Think It Over (3:14)
  9. Going Back To Mother Land (3:15)
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Cat: W 0037CD. Rel: 10 Nov 06
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Reckess Breed - "Dub Full Of Girls"
  2. Reckless Breed - "Under World"
  3. Sylvesters - "Explosure"
  4. Reckless Breed - "Roots Rockers"
  5. Reckless Breed - "Chin Chow"
  6. Soul Syndicate - "Reckless Roots"
  7. Jah Carlos - "Prepare Jah Man"
  8. Reckless Breed - "Grand Slam"
  9. Bullwalkies All Stars - "City Line"
  10. Bullwalkies All Stars - "Creation"
Review: Jah Upton joins Lloyd Barnes and Prince Douglas at the desk for another must-have Bullwackies dub set, originally released in 1977. The music is drawn from tapes recorded at King Tubby's with the Soul Syndicate band, in 1974-75 (before Wackies' move to New York). Certain tracks were also voiced in JA - like Don Carlos' deadly Prepare Jah Man, available here and nowhere else, over a hallmark rhythm re-run on Wayne Jarrett's Bubble Up album. Other highlights include dubs of Wackies' deep Black Harmony rhythm, Joe Morgan's Basement Session, the Love Joys' I Belong To You (a Barry White homage issued on Versatile 7"), a Chosen Brothers and two great John Clarkes (including a version of In Search Of The Human Race which eclipses the Tafari single); also a dedication to the Chinese restaurant next door in White Plains Road.
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Jah By My Side Riddim (LP in screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: W-4063. Rel: 27 Feb 17
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Coozie Mellers - "Jah Is Always By My Side" (3:32)
  2. Ansel Meditation - "Rasta Fari Save My Life" (3:38)
  3. Iyata Safari - "I'm A Black Woman" (3:32)
  4. Byngham - "Let Me Love You" (3:30)
  5. Meddz - "Write You" (3:18)
  6. Briana Mellers - "You're All I Need" (feat Capella Anthony) (3:10)
  7. Skyee - "Neon Blue Lights" (3:29)
  8. Shae Lawrence - "No Greater Love" (3:22)
  9. Damon Alterbridge - "That's Why" (3:17)
  10. Monsoon Bedward - "It's True" (3:28)
  11. Lupa - "Peace & Love" (3:22)
  12. Jerry Johnson - "By My Side" (3:39)
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Jah Son Invasion (unmixed CD)
Cat: W 2384CD. Rel: 29 Oct 03
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Bobby Sarkie - "Over And Over"
  2. Barrington Spence - "Rockers Time"
  3. Joy Card - "Black Girl"
  4. Jerry Harris - "Spreading All Over"
  5. Tyrone Evans - "Whenever I'm Happy"
  6. Jah Skerta - "I Who Have Nothing"
  7. Azul - "Pipe Piper"
  8. Ras Makonnen - "Jah Is My Only Guide"
  9. Auxumite - "New Sensation"
  10. Sugar Minnott - "Sometime Girl"
Review: Around 1980, London-based Bullwackies fan Ed Brennan circulated amongst his friends a homemade cassette of his own favourite Wackies productions. In turn, Lloyd Barnes made his own selection from this Pirate's Choice - adding several debut cuts, but retaining Ed's title and much of his artwork (omitting the barcode which he had snipped from a can of drink!). Like the Coxsone re-appropriation, this makes for a superlative compilation. Lloyd Barnes trumps Ed Brennan throughout, kicking off with a killer one-off rhythm from the vaults, featuring Bobby Sarkie of The Immortals, before teaming Joy Card's 'Black Girl' (originally on 12") with a previously unreleased singjay version by Barrington Spence. Other highlights include Clive Hunt's reading of Wayne Jarrett's 'Darling Your Eyes', Joe 'No Equal Rights In A Babylon', Auxumite's 'Interpretation Of New Sensation' (by Wackies songwriting regular Andrew McCalla), and Sugar Minott singing beautifully over an exclusive horns mix of his 'Sometime Girl' 12". "From over 150 singles and 20 albums these 10 extracts are showing you the quality and range of Jah reggae music", as the cover puts it. Another master-class from Bullwackies country.
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African Roots Act 3 (unmixed CD)
Cat: W 1717CD. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. So Much Dub
  2. Good Thing Dub
  3. Feel It Dub
  4. Mother Land Dub
  5. Think It Over Dub
  6. Take Away Dub
  7. Stay On Dub
  8. Freedom Dub
  9. Dubmatic
  10. You I Love Dub
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