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Studio One Groups
Black harmony killers every one, an embarrassment of riches all graduates of Sunday morning auditions at the Studio One HQ in Brentford Road from unknowns like The Consummates to masters like the Wailing Souls.




Studio One Rude Boy
Over three decades, Rude Boys cast as thugs, henchmen, pariahs; cutting-edge cultural warriors, rebels, freedom fighters. From ska to dancehall, with numerous rare contributions, and thrilling from start to finish.




Yabby You Deliver Me From My Enemies (Plus)
Classic 1977 album reissued with seven extra tracks, including various twelves (Trinity's Jah Vengeance and Free Africa amongst them) and a couple of Jammys dubplate exclusives.






Black Uhuru Black Sounds Of Freedom
This 1981 album re-mastered with three U-Black toasts together with the original mixes as they appeared on the 1977 Love Crisis album. Vintage Prince Jammy.







Rhythm & Sound Francois K., Soundstream, Sweet Substance
See Mi Yah remixes. Sweet Substance is Pete, one half of the Scion project (with Rene, aka Vainqueur).



Papa Tullo Straight To The Government
Classic, ebullient deejaying from 1983 when Lone Ranger ruled the roost over rhythms like Lacksley Castell's Mr. Government Man.



Mike Brooks Night Raver
London calling, from 1981. Originally 'Night Ravia', on the JA label Coptic Lion.



Watch How The People Dancing Unity Sounds From The London Dancehall 1986 - 1989
Exhilarating reggae music from Stoke Newington, north east London, made by soundboys on a Casio and a drum machine, in a room over Eddie Regal's record shop.