“..And I hear Gladdy Anderson who was on piano say, ‘this one rock steady, you know. This one a rock … More
The late 50’s and early 60’s witnessed the rise of the Jamaican record producer, of whom none were more popular … More
Originally produced by Trojan Records in 1969. This repressed album is available as a limited edition of 750 individually numbered … More
Trojan released a 12 track budget-priced set that would become an era defining collection and one of the most popular … More
Roger’s energetic style and Jamaican-influenced vocals, paired with Dave Wakeling’s angelic pop vocals, immediately distinguished the band from the other … More
New vinyl LP available in store and online.
Available in store and online.
Mind-boggling discography devoted to the Jamaican releases of Prince Buster’s productions from 1961’s Oh Carolina by the Folkes Brothers to … More
One of the most intriguing, eccentric and original musicians to emerge from reggae is Cedric ‘I’M’ Brooks, the tenor saxophonist … More
The first major account of the history of reggae, black music journalist Lloyd Bradley describes its origins and development in … More