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Phil Pratt Sweet Song For My Baby
His first record, leading a duet with Ken Boothe in 1966. Moody and soulful, with tough horns.



Ernest Ranglin A Mod A Mod Ranglin
Instrumentals in ska, mento and other Caribbean styles recorded in 1966, at the threshold of rocksteady. The only one of his eight Federal albums to feature ska. Super-fine LP from Dub Store.



Ernest Ranglin Free Form
Fire! The Federal musical director walks it like he talks it. Blazing horns and jazzy brilliance all round.



Ernest Ranglin Earth Sound
Spiritual jazz exquisitely crosses rastafarian roots in this bongo-led gem expertly produced at Dynamic in 1970 by Sonia 'I was one for drums' Pottinger. Terrific opening salvo from a new reggae reissue label.



Ernest Ranglin Mr. Ernie Ranglin With Soul
The best of Ern's sixties LPs. A lovely bunch of rocksteady instrumentals, suited and booted for reissue by Dub Store in Tokyo.




The Renegades Mr. Hops
Winston Matthews, Lloyd McDonald and George Haye Wailing Souls to be. From 1966, this is classic vocal rocksteady, one of the certified gems in the Merritone catalogue. Backed with unreleased ska.




The Renegades Knocking On My Door
The fledgling Wailing Souls, rocking steady but broken-hearted in 1966; backed with the perfect ska antidote, a previously-unreleased Hopeton Lewis pick-me-up.




Roy Richards Summer Time
A couple of Soul Vendors scorchers backing Roy Richards on Summertime and Owen Gray in a version of the Brenton Wood soul classic. Lovely silkscreened labels. Rock-A-Shacka business.




Roy Shirley Get On The Ball
Upful, get-ready rock steady, with the High Priest sweetly vibesing the mic, Jackie Jackson locking it down on bass.



The Sharks You Made Me Warm
This beautiful acoustic cut is previously unissued. Raw soulful lovers, with close-harmony backing, and double bass and guitar as irresistible as Egyptian Reggae. Terrific.