ROIR's fifth album with 10FT. GANJA PLANT, "Bush Rock" is their most inspired and accomplished to date and includes vocals by Kyle McDonald of Slightly Stoopid. 10FT. GANJA PLANT includes members of John Brown's Body. "Bush Rock" shows the Plant growing to new heights, while keeping their feet firmly rooted in a warm 70's roots vibe. Standout tracks "Too Much Gun a Bust" & "Got To Be a Soldier" include powerful heart wrenching vocals reminiscent of the greats like Jacob Miller & Joe Higgs. Bush Rock is a well rounded reggae/dub excursion and features both heavy dub tracks and silky sweet songs like the Melodica driven... + INFO
Ed. limited red vinyl.The Abyssinians debut album from 1975 is available as limited edtion LP in red vinyl! / The sleeve artwork is the special one with the misspelled artistname on the sleeve artwork of the initial 1977 release for Clive Hunt-s US/based Azul label, which has a double B instead of the double S. This classic longplayer was recorded at at Joe Gibbs amd Harry J Studios and produced by Clive Hunt and The Abyssinians, the renown vocal/trio consisting of Bernard Collins, Donald Manning, Linford Manning! C r e d i t s Vocals> Bernard Collins, Donald Manning, Linford ManningDrums> Leroy @Horsemouth@ Wallace, ... + INFO
Since 2007, when Txarly Brown (DJ and collector) started his Achilifunk project, spanish gipsy danceable sounds have returned to the front pages of music magazines. After two compilation albums "Achilifunk, Gipsy Soul 1969-1979", "MÃ¡s Achilifunk, Gipsy Soul from the 21st Century", Txarly founded the Banda Achilifunk (a big band with 17 musicians on stage) and released the album "Gitano Real". Two years later he published the book "Achilibook" and now he has finally launched its pilot project: the Achilifunk Sound System. A small combo which brings together the best spanish gipsy funk performers to recreate a repertoi... + INFO
Vinyl re-issue of their critically acclaimed 2nd album: superb ska'n'soul from Chicago.
fifth album by LA's Aggrolites - these guys are more than a band, they are a movement unto themselves: 'Dirty Reggae' is their signature fusion of reggae, soul, grit and determination. The recording sessions took place at Young Cub Records' studio headquarters in Boston, MA with Craig "DubFader" Welsch (Slightly Stoopid, John Brown's Body) - the band wanted to "lay down these new rhythms on reel to reel tape, playing all together in one room to create a vibe that can't be copied by any of the newest advances in recording technology"