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Augustus Pablo Ital Dub
Vintage Tubbys, with some Jacob Miller stuff for Inner Circle and Shake Down.
Improved CD packaging, from Get On Down.



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.




Bobby Ellis Step Softly
All-time killer rebel-sound instrumental, launching a new 'Chariot' Harriott series of couture sevens courtesy of Dub Store, Tokyo.




Roland Alphonso Song For My Father
Crucial version of the Horace; with a nice minor-key flip.




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.




Count Sticky, Val Bennett Rockfort Psychedelion
Old-school deejay scatting over Memphis-stewed funk. Rockfort is no place to be off your face, mind. With a Val Bennett excursion on Django Shoots First.



The Upsetters High Plains Drifter
Classic, trumpet-led, early-seventies Upsetters instrumental. Like The Ethiopians and the Jimmy London, with an exclusive version, not included on the forthcoming album. Criss labels.



Soul Defenders Band Jah Love
Sublime post-S1 vibes from Vin Morgan's band aka the rootical Underground Vegetables recording for New Era in 1984. Brentford Road scorchers like Selection Train to their name; countless monumental sessions.



Bobby Ellis Tension
Tuff, burning-horns, instrumental militancy with a dose of the Channel Ones, and a very nice, woozy dub.