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Ernest Ranglin
Surfin

STUDIO ONE

Stating the obvious... ER's best record.





George Allen Be Wise My Brethren
Total killer.
Great FM dub on the flip, too.



George Allen Be Wise My Brethren, Be Wise Version
With the dub! More crackly than the flames of hell, but no Studio One fan will want to be without. If you don't live hard-core, you can't be hard-core.



Roland Alphonso Something Special: Ska Hot Shots
Drawing on the 1960s, from the Alley Cats through The Skatalites to the Soul Vendors, this top-notch retrospective came soon after the great man's death in 1998, and it's a worthy tribute, full of love.





Roland Alphonso Cleopatra
Ska beast from the lake of fire with its garments dipped in blood. Plus From Russia With Love on the flip, for crying out loud. Japanese imports, with gorgeous silk-screened labels. Total destruction.



Roland Alphonso From Russia With Love
Two all-time ska masterpieces: back-to-back fire.



Roland Alphonso Sca-Balena
Tremendous, previously-unreleased takes of ska instrumentals by the Soul Brothers.
Rolando Al luxuriating in jazz; a Tommy McCook cha cha cha.




Roland Alphonso Ska-Culation
A Skatalites charger and a jolt of vintage Ethiopian ska rumpus, courtesy of Dub Store in Tokyo.



Rita Anderson A Deh Pon Dem
Gorgeous Jamaicanization of The Miracles' Choosey Beggar, just as fluently doowop.



Bob Andy Song Book
Masterpiece. Top-drawer songwriting thoughtful, soulful lyrics and ace tunes and definitive performances.




Horace Andy Mr Bassie
Up and down stuff, but worth it for Mr. Bassie, Fever and especially the stricken funky blues of New Broom. Oh Lord, Why Lord is a cover of Parliament, believe it or not.