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Introducing Jah Jazz Orchestra
Cat: BR 048LP. Rel: 14 Dec 20
  1. King Solomon (4:37)
  2. Work Song (6:18)
  3. Just Ska With Me (Just Squeeze Me) (5:45)
  4. Manteska (Manteca) (5:44)
  5. Fools Rush In (2:50)
  6. Ska La Parisienne (4:46)
  7. Black Narcissus (6:01)
  8. Tin Tin Deo (5:29)
  9. Nutville (4:26)
  10. The Mystery Song (3:53)
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Bobby Bobylon
Cat: SJR 3847. Rel: 09 Jun 17
  1. Freddie McGregor - "Bobby Bobylon" (2:29)
  2. Dub Specialist - "Hi Fashion Dub" (2:25)
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Man In The Street (remastered)
  1. The Skatalites - "Man In The Street" (3:26)
  2. Dub Specialist - "Banana Walk" (3:56)
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Soul Jazz 12 Inch Record Bag (black & yellow)
Cat: 584093 Rel: 23 Sep 15
Classic Soul Jazz 12" record bag, holds up to 30 LPs
Notes: Get down with the get down! Fantastic new season colours in Soul Jazz Records' classic 12" Record Bags (holds about 30 LPs). Fantastic for DJing, impressing your stylish friends or just 'carrying stuff'.
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Intérprete: Soul Jazz Records
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Soul Jazz Records Presents Reggae Soundsystem: Original Album Cover Art : A Visual History Of Jamaican Music From Mento To Dancehall Compiled By Steve Barrow & Stuart Baker
Notes: Reggae Soundsystem is a new deluxe 200 page hard-back 12 x12 book featuring hundreds of stunning full size record cover designs that span the history of reggae music.

The book is compiled by the celebrated author and reggae expert Steve Barrow (Rough Guide to Reggae/Blood and Fire Records) and Stuart Baker (Soul Jazz Records).

Beginning in the 1950s, Jamaican music developed into one of the most important and influential music industries in the world. From its early Mento (Jamaican Calypso) beginnings through to the invention of Ska, Rocksteady, Roots, Dub and Dancehall, Jamaican music is also one of the richest and innovative veins in popular music.

This stunning hardback deluxe book looks at the endless visually creativity of reggae record cover designs, iconic, classic, rare and unique artwork spanning sixty years of Jamaican sounds.
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Mojo Rocksteady Beat
Cat: SJRCD 173. Rel: 24 Jan 08
  1. Less Problem
  2. Rockfort Rock
  3. Funky
  4. Ten To Ten
  5. Jamaica Underground
  6. Real Rock
  7. Reggae Time
  8. In Cold Blood
  9. Heavy Rock
  10. Great Mu Ga Ru Ga
  11. Park View
  12. Ironside
  13. Mojo Rocksteady
  14. Scorcia
  15. Drum Song
  16. Summertime
  17. Straight Flush
  18. Jamaica Bag
Review: 'Mojo Rocksteady Beat' is the new compilation of classic recordings from The Sound Dimenison, the funkiest group in the history of Reggae.
The Sound Dimension have recorded some of the most important songs in Reggae music; songs such as 'Real Rock', 'Drum Song', 'Heavy Rock',
'Rockfort Rock', and 'In Cold Blood' - all classic songs that have become the 'foundation' of Reggae music, endlessly versioned and re-versioned
by Jamaican artists since the time they were first recorded.
As the in-house band at Studio One in the late 1960s, The Sound Dimension also played alongside everyone from The Heptones, and Alton Ellis,
to Ken Boothe, Marcia Griffiths and more. Similar to their US counterparts, The Funk Brothers at Motown, and Booker T and The MGs at Stax,
The Sound Dimension recorded, on a daily basis, incredibly catchy and funky tunes matched by a seamless musicality.
Featuring musicians of the calibre of Ernest Ranglin, Jackie Mittoo, Eric Frater, Leroy Sibbles, Don Drummond Jnr, Deadley Headley and more,
the Sound Dimension existed from around 1967 to 1970 and all the recordings featured here were originally released during this period. For a band
with a fluid line-up, they had an amazingly consistent sound, laying down classic rhythms for the singers of the day at Studio One as well as stretching
out with their own recordings. Check out the amazing trombone of Vin Gordon, rightly re-named 'Don Drummond Jnr' by Sir Coxsone, honouring both
the musical abilities of the young Gordon, and that of his forerunner in the Skatalites and ex-Alpha Boys teacher. His sparring partner on horns would
usually be Deadly Headley Bennett.
The Sound Dimension featured a unique combination of musicians from different backgrounds, such as those from the original jazz big bands on the
island or players from the north coast hotel music circuit; listen to 'Park View' and hear the two unique styles of Eric 'Rickenbacker' Frater, with his
fuzz-box lead guitar, dueling with the jazz virtuosity of fellow guitarist Ernest Ranglin. After Jackie Mittoo officially emigrated to Canada in 1968
(although often continuing to return for sessions), keyboard duties were also supplied by the equally funky Richard Ace or Robbie Lyn, all against the
rhythmic bass-lines of the Heptones' own Leroy Sibbles.
None of this can explain the importance of this music. The melodies to their classic songs are a thousand times better known than the musicians who
originally created them. Played and re-played by every house band for every producer on the island, these iconic rhythms became the basis for dancehall
and laid the foundations for the future of Jamaican music. This album can be seen as a companion to the earlier Sound Dimension release 'Jamaica Soul
Shake' and together these two albums make a unique and definitive document of a seriously important set of recordings.
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Invasion Of The Mysteron Killer Sounds
Cat: SJRCD 236. Rel: 23 Jun 11
  1. Steely & Clevie - "Streetsweeper"
  2. Lenky & Sly - "Now Thing"
  3. Ricky Ranking - "Doogoo" (feat Roots Manuva - dub)
  4. Dave Kelly - "The Return"
  5. Annex Crew - "Summerbounce"
  6. Federation Sound - "Flatlands" (Brooklyn dub mix)
  7. Lenky - "Diwali"
  8. Team Shadatek - "Yoga Riddim"
  9. Stereotyp - "Modern Times" (feat Alley Cat)
  10. The Grynch - "Electro Agony In Dub" (feat Tippa Irie)
  11. Fira - "Hummer" (version)
  12. Diplo - "Diplo Rhythm"
  13. Harmonic 313 - "Bazooka Riddim"
  14. Ward 21 Productions - "Pit Bull"
  15. Redlight - "MDMA"
  16. The Bug - "Aktion" (dub)
  17. Fat Eyes - "Clothes Pin Rhythm"
  18. Steven Ventura 4 Kings Of Kings - "Throw Your Hands Up" (version)
  19. Sly Dunbar & Christopher Birch - "Corners Boy"
  20. David Jahson - "King Of Kings" (dub)
  21. Fat Eyes - "Steel Plate"
  22. South Rakkas Crew - "Red Alert"
  23. Parara & Mccoy - "Them Can't Hold Yuh Gal" (version)
  24. King Tubby - "Fat Thing" (version)
  25. World Beat - "Gold Mine"
  26. Andre Suku Gray (Jammys) - "Sign Rhythm"
  27. Henfield & Shadowman - "Babatunde"
  28. Firehouse Crew - "No False Hair"
  29. Computer Paul - "World Talk"
  30. Fat Eyes - "Overdose"
  31. Prince Jazzbo - "Great Stone" (version)
  32. Kickin Productions - "What You Gonna Do"
  33. Pliers - "I'm Your Man" (dub)
  34. Wiz Kidz Team - "In My Heart" (version)
  35. Jammy's Jam 2 James (Jammys) - "Peenie Peenie"
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Studio One Rockers (20th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: SJRLP 451. Rel: 07 Sep 20
  1. Sound Dimension - "Real Rock" (2:29)
  2. Marcia Griffiths - "Feel Like Jumping" (3:35)
  3. Freddie McGregor - "Bobby Bobylon" (2:29)
  4. Horace Andy - "Skylarking" (3:07)
  5. Lennie Hibbert - "Village Soul" (3:00)
  6. Brentford All Stars - "Greedy G" (3:38)
  7. Johnny Osbourne - "Truth & Rights" (3:00)
  8. Ernest Ranglin - "Surfin'" (2:26)
  9. Michigan & Smiley - "Eye Of Danger" (5:57)
  10. Dawn Penn - "No, No, No" (4:30)
  11. The Skatalites - "Phoenix City" (2:59)
  12. Prince Jazzbo - "Crabwalking" (3:15)
  13. Jackie Mittoo - "Hot Milk" (2:07)
  14. Lone Ranger - "Badder Dan Dem" (3:54)
  15. Cedric Brooks - "Ethiopia" (3:45)
Review: Soul Jazz are the absolute maestros when it comes to putting together overview compilations in whatever genre. They are particularly strong on the ska and dub front, though, as this next project proves. It marks the 20th anniversary of the Studio One Rockers collection just in time for Record Store Day 2020. Owned and founded by Clement 'Coxsone' Dodd, Studio One's output was legendary and very much guided the evolution of reggae music for many years. All the highlights are included here on this special one-off pressing.
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