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Jamaican Skarama Jamaican Skarama
Ace Ken Khouri productions for Federal, from 1964-5; beautifully repackaged.







Studio One Rub A Dub Studio One In The Seventies
Sugar showed Coxsone how to lick over classic rhythms to suit the changing times, layering on new bass, percussion and keys by the Underground Vegetables crew, behind sparkling new vocals.



King Jammy Selector's Choice Vol. 1
Jammy's reign over early dancehall imperiously re-told. First up, the Darkershade, Tempo, Stalag, Hypocrites, Denise, Sleng Teng, Big Belly Man and Father Jungle Rock rhythms. Nice commentary by Rob Kenner.



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.








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.