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A Beat For You (reissue)
Cat: ERC 047. Rel: 30 Jan 18
 
Dub
A Beat For You (7:28)
A Beat For You (version) (5:10)
 in stock $12.73
Going Home
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 17. Rel: 23 May 18
 
Reggae Classics/Ska
Going Home (6:44)
Hey Little Girl (6:23)
 in stock $16.73
Human Rights & Justice (reissue)
Cat: JAMWAXLP 10. Rel: 22 Mar 24
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
Human Rights & Justice (3:40)
Big Bad Sound (3:45)
Mercy Seat (3:37)
Wilderness (3:07)
One World (3:34)
Earth Runnings (3:08)
Jah Is My Sheperd (3:35)
Drums (3:40)
Another Day (3:42)
Herb Tree (3:28)
 in stock $25.47
Humble
Humble (12")
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 29. Rel: 25 Jan 24
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
Humble (4:07)
Humble (dub version) (3:22)
Humble (version) (4:01)
Review: Although since 2010 he has been a fully qualified mental health advisor living in the United States, back in the 70s , Wade "Jimmy" Dyce was a key original member of Cultural Roots. He was one of the four vocalists in the harmony group who worked with producer Donovan Germain and released several classics of the day on the Greensleeves label. Wade went it alone in the 80s and lay down some of his own jams with plenty of top musicians at Chris Stanley's famous Music Mountain studio. Now a bunch of them are getting pressed up to vinyl, including this one, the mighty 'Humble.'
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 in stock $21.23
Money Mare
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 30. Rel: 25 Jan 24
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
Money Mare (7:19)
Hide & Seek (7:10)
Review: Before stepping out to do solo work, Wade "Jimmy" Dyce was a key original member of Cultural Roots. The vocalist was at the heart of the group's sound and is part of the reason the four-part harmony group had such success in the 1970s. They were produced by Donovan Germain and released several classics of the day on the Greensleeves label before Wade made his own jams in the 80s at Chris Stanley's famous Music Mountain studio. He did so with the best musical talents of the day and now some of them get reissued with his full blessing and compete with a unique Disco 45 cover graphic.
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 in stock $22.57
In Ting Sound
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 32. Rel: 03 Apr 24
 
Dancehall/Ragga
In Ting Sound (3:16)
Mandela (3:41)
Life All Over (3:47)
Finnegan (3:42)
Review: Jamwax presents the resurrection of a hard-hitting space synth masterpiece, Winston Fergus' 'In Ting Sound'. Lyrically an impassioned plea to free Nelson Mandela around the time of his incarceration, the titular A-sider is notable for its undeniable fusion of the dub reggae sound with space disco and synth element, owing to its later recognition as a track that refuses to be constrained by the passage of time. Now reissued in full force, it comes replete with the original set of tunes it was recorded alongside, including the teeth-gritting jovial dancehall of 'Mandela', the digital underwater weirdness of 'Life All Over', and the versiony goodness of said track with 'Finnegan', an alternate vocal take of the B1. A curio that all heads must surely know.
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 in stock $28.94
Repatriation
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 05. Rel: 06 Jan 20
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
Repatriation (10:58)
Blackman's Redemption (4:20)
Review: These 2 Rastafari anthems have been in demand ever since they first landed in 1980 as part of Ital Foundation's sole album, "Ital Foundations Vol 1", so Jamwax have done the right thing and released the pair on the 12'' for the first time. A-side epic "Repatriation" is a 10 minute opus with analogue guitars and a smorgasbord of percussive details bringing the lumpy rhythm to life while flipside "Blackman's Redemption" is a more easy going tune with sunny chords and soul kissed vocals for those lazy afternoons in the garden.
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 in stock $12.48
Roots Reality (reissue)
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 28. Rel: 13 Apr 23
 
Roots/Lovers Rock
Roots Reality (5:35)
Roots Reality (version) (5:52)
Review: Jahlin was not only a talented singer and songwriter but was also someone who made music with a strong message. He got his education in Canada after moving there in 1975 following his younger days in amid and after booming a welder - which seems a popular first career choice for eventual reggae stars as Bob Marley took a similar path - he pursued his musical career. His 'Roots Reality' is as the title suggests a roots reggae song from the Roots Reality label in 1983. It has a positive vibe and the rather rare addition of a violin which is not so often heard in reggae tunes.
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 in stock $25.22
Happy People (reissue)
Cat: JAMWAXLP 06. Rel: 18 Jun 19
 
Funk
Happy People (5:25)
I'm Getting Out (5:00)
You Need A Woman (5:15)
You Turn Me On (5:35)
One Hot Night (8:25)
You (4:16)
 in stock $26.81
Moving Out
Cat: JAMWAX MAXI25. Rel: 13 Apr 23
 
Reggae Classics/Ska
Moving Out (7:58)
True Love (6:46)
Review: Johnny Powell's 'Moving Out' is a killer reggae classic, charting the 80s dubstar's staunch decision to move "way out, way out, way out" of Babylon, after much abuse by the figurative city of vice. Against a wicked riddim by an unknown production crew, we've got laboured horns, ghostly vocals and snake-rattles, all of which make this a certain addition to the ranks of the politically charged reggae and ska of the time. This reissue is backed with another track by Powell, 'Love Is The Answer', which balances out the 12" with a 'positive vibe' of true love.
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 in stock $25.47
Forward To Zion
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 16. Rel: 23 May 18
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Forward To Zion (4:13)
Join Them (5:07)
Review: Jamaican music legend Joe White is truly in his element on this much needed reissue. Alongside contemporaries such as Augustus Pablo, Peter Tosh and Bobby Kalphat he was one of very few melodica players on the scene. He had his first success in 1965 with the song "Every Night" and went on to release beautiful instrumentals like "Kenyata", "Call Me Trinity" (for Derrick Harriott) and "Cheer Up" for Glen Brown. White formed the group Roots, Trunks & Branches to release several tracks on the label Splendour Heights. "Forward To Zion" was released in 1979 and became a true reggae roots stepper banger for sound systems across the globe. Probably electronic music fans will appreciate the futuristic dub aesthetic. "Forward To Zion" is a song of peace, love, freedom and emancipation of people.
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 in stock $19.38
River Come Down (reissue)
Cat: JAMWAXMAX I19. Rel: 06 Sep 18
 
Funk
River Come Down (6:35)
Movin Round (3:47)
 in stock $16.73
Sugar My Love
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 20. Rel: 14 Dec 18
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Sugar My Love (6:55)
Are You Ready For Love (6:55)
Review: Original copies of T.Z Junior's bubblegum-boogie cut "Sugar My Love" are hard to come by outside of the artist's home country of South Africa. It's been that way since the single was first released on Roy B Records in 1985, hence this tidy reissue from the on-point Jamwax label. The title track remains a breezy, melodious, cheery and soul-flecked treat, with T.Z Junior delivering a brilliantly evocative lead vocal over bustling bubblegum synths, delay-laden machine drums and an inspired electrofunk bassline. "Are You Ready For Love", meanwhile, may not be quite as celebrated but is equally as impressive. It's the kind of sun-kissed "bubblegum" treat that would sound perfect blasting out of a soundsystem on a hot summer's day.
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 in stock $16.73
Woman My Queen (reissue)
Cat: JAMWAX MAXI27. Rel: 13 Apr 23
 
Reggae Classics/Ska
Woman My Queen (5:23)
It Seems The Same (4:49)
The Same Dub (4:50)
Review: Laury Webb is a lesser-known reggae artist active since the 1970s, and 'Woman My Queen' is one of his few releases; a heartfelt piece that features a smooth and soulful production by Philip Sloley, as well as a wompy, clipping kick sound and a haunting confession of love. This reissue is of one of two of Webb's to come out on the original label Reality Records; two further cuts which didn't feature on the original 12" appear here, from the triumphant 'It Seems The Same' to its uplifter-dub version.
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 in stock $23.89
The Lone Pilgrim
The Lone Pilgrim (limited 12")
Cat: JAMWAXMAXI 31. Rel: 12 Jun 23
 
Jazz
The Lone Pilgrim (5:33)
Uhuru (4:30)
Stickman (4:02)
Tags: Afro Jazz | Caribbean
 in stock $25.75
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