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George Phang Power House Selector's Choice Volume 1
Sly and Robbie built many of these rhythms for a who's who of eighties' reggae, and Power House, the quintessential dancehall label, over by the end of the decade. Four double-CDs today!





Augustus Pablo The Mystic World Of Augustus Pablo: The Rockers Story
65 killers with a handful of bonafide rarities; an excellent booklet, with wonderful photos and notes by Lol from Dub Vendor; and a DVD, with concert footage, an interview, and an acoustic session with Hugh Mundell...



Every Mouth Must Be Fed
An introduction to Pete Weston's Toronto-based label a magpie, but loads of killer mid-seventies here, with stone classics from the studios of Lee Perry, Studio One and King Tubby amongst them.



Joe Gibbs Scorchers From The Mighty Two
Lavish and popping every style stuffed with his best roots and mainstream hits.






Studio One Ska
A blistering selection, with the series' signature mixture of classic hits and recovered treasure.



Jackie Mittoo And The Soul Brothers Last Train To Skaville
'The Soul Brothers possess a Crystal Clear Sound. Obviously it would be better to Cut the Chatter and Spin the Platter.' Instrumentals by the awesome house band led by Jackie Mittoo and Roland Alphonso, 1965-67.




Summer Records Anthology, 1974-1988
Raw, rugged reggae in the tradition of Wackies and Half Moon done very proud by the presentation here, including home-movies from the day, with footage of Willie Williams, Jackie Mittoo and the gang.



Gussie Clarke Music Works
The original 12-inch mixes.



Your Jamaican Girl Your Jamaican Girl
Reclaiming one of those seventies UK Bamboo issues with great Horace Ove photographs on the cover.