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Come Into My Parlour (reissue)
Cat: HSRSS 0010. Rel: 17 Dec 21
Classics/Ska
  1. Come Into My Parlour (3:01)
  2. Check Him Out (2:27)
Review: Rocksteady era combo The Bleechers put out a lot of music in a short period of time, with the entirety of their bustling catalogue recorded and released between 1968 and'71. For much of that period they were associated with the Upsetter himself, the late Lee 'Scratch' Perry, and it's two of his productions for the act that are showcased on this Harlem Shuffle 7". Originally released via Upsetter Records in 1969, and tricly to find ever since, 'Come Into My Parlour' is a jaunty, organ-rich affair in which soulful vocals and heady Hammond licks rise above a classic, late-60s Upsetter groove. B-side 'Check Him Out' is equally as alluring, with an arguably stronger vocal and more prominent guitar licks replacing the pair's favoured Hammond B3.
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Played by: Mako & Mr Bristow
 in stock $11.46
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I'll Make It Up (reissue)
Cat: HSRSS 0013. Rel: 17 Jun 22
Classics/Ska
  1. I'll Make It Up
  2. Hot & Sticky
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Pumping In
Cat: HSRSS 004. Rel: 15 Jul 20
Classics/Ska
  1. Pumping In (2:31)
  2. Knock On Wood (2:37)
Review: For the latest volume in their ongoing "Reggae Cut Loud" series of seven-inch singles, Harlem Shuffle Records have gathered together two suitably rare gems from the undisputed king of rocksteady, Alton Ellis, neither of which have previously featured on a "45". A-side "Pumping In", an early rocksteady treat, is rich in R&B style guitar riffs, warm bass and an echo-laden vocal from Ellis. It was recorded in 1970 but for one reason or another only surfaced a few years ago. Flipside "Knock On Wood", a cover of the Eddie Floyd soul favourite, was recorded a number of times by Ellis; this version is the superior 1972 Joe Gibbs take, which boasts some superb Hammond organ sounds and a defiantly dub-wise reggae riddim. It's absolutely essential.
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 in stock $14.33
Skinhead
Skinhead (limited 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: HSRSS 0015C. Rel: 29 Apr 22
Classics/Ska
  1. Skinhead (2:55)
  2. The Belle Of Snodland Town (3:35)
 in stock $13.55
Skinhead Moonstomp
Skinhead Moonstomp (limited 7" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: HSRSS 0016C. Rel: 29 Apr 22
Classics/Ska
  1. Judge Dread & The Originals - "Skinhead Moonstomp" (4:11)
  2. Judge Dread - "Phoenix City" (2:55)
Review: Judge Dread remains one of the few great transplants of 70s reggae culture to achieve a certain legitimacy despite being a white, British artist. Buoyed by skinhead culture's adoption of reggae as their soundtrack of choice, he was one of the first white musicians to score a reggae chart hit in Jamaica. This handy little 7" on Harlem Shuffle brings two of his classics back into circulation for a new generation to skank the night away to. Just drop the Thunderbirds-sampling intro to 'Skinhead Moonstomp' and watch the dancefloor spring to life in a blizzard of shuffling and jerking limbs.
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 in stock $13.55
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Sufferer (reissue)
Cat: HSRSS 0014. Rel: 17 Jun 22
Classics/Ska
  1. The Kingstonians - "Sufferer"
  2. The Crystalites - "Splash Down" (instrumental)
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That Girl
Cat: HRSS 0009. Rel: 10 Sep 21
Classics/Ska
  1. That Girl (2:24)
  2. You Got Me Going (2:40)
Review: Standby for some more classic ska from the good folks at Harlem Shuffle. This reissue is of an essential double sider that first landed on Crystal in 1967. Crystal was owned by Jamaican producer Derrick Harriott, who also produced both of these great tunes. As well as his rolling rhythm and essential horn sounds, the tunes have outstanding vocals from the duo of Lloyd and Glen. 'That Girl' is a red hot jam that is very hard to find and super expensive if you do. On the flip, Lloyd and Glen serve up a love song with aching vocals and more big horns. An essential 7" by any measure.
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 in stock $11.46
Good Time Rock
Cat: HSRSS 0012. Rel: 04 Mar 22
Classics/Ska
  1. Good Time Rock (2:18)
  2. Love Brother Love (2:29)
Review: Harlem Shuffle Records only deals in the good stuff and that is certainly the case again here with another killer double sider. This is also a historic first repress of the rare and extremely fine 'Good Time Rock.' A hard to find, much coveted tune, it is a rocking dub rhythm that has never before been on 7" vinyl. On the flip is another hard to find and crucial tune from Hugh Malcom who lays it down heavy and keeps you locked for the duration.
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 in stock $11.73
Bookie Man aka Whats Wrong With You
Cat: HSRSS 0011. Rel: 04 Mar 22
Classics/Ska
  1. Bookie Man aka Whats Wrong With You (2:23)
  2. Bookie Man (2:29)
Review: This killer double sided single form 1968 finds its way onto 7" for the first time ever. Back then it was actually put out as a blank label and was mistakenly credited to The Bleachers, ratter than The Race Fans who actually wrote it. On the B-side is a totally different tune, 'Bookie Man,' which is a gem in its own right. A rare sound and killer groove, it's a great yin to the yang of the a-side and this is the first time both of these have been pressed up together at the same time.
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Popcorn
Popcorn (7")
Cat: HSRSS 002. Rel: 15 Dec 21
Classics/Ska
  1. The Upsetters - "Popcorn" (2:08)
  2. Dave Barker & The Upsetters - "Tight Spot" (2:41)
Review: For the second salvo in their "loud cut series", the Harlem Shuffle label has raided the vaults of Lee 'Scratch' Perry's legendary studio band, "The Upsetters". On the A-side you'll find "Popcorn" from 1970's "Eastwood Rides Again" album, a hard-edged, Ska-era rhythm & blues rump-shaker that sounds like a Jamaican take on James Brown. The flipside plays host to "Tight Spot", a dubbed-out reggae riddim over which tight saxophone riffs ascend impressively while deejay/singer/mic man attempts to get the dance going with some choice words and phrases. Like the A-side, it's a genuine dancefloor workout.
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 in stock $13.30
Hot Sauce Vol 2
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Hot Sauce Vol 2 (180 gram vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: HSRSSLP 0002. Rel: 29 Oct 21
Classics/Ska
  1. Lloyd & Glen - "Keep On Pushing" (2:54)
  2. Roy Shirley - "Music Is The Key" (2:38)
  3. Glen Adams - "Hold Him Joe" (2:41)
  4. Sir Collins & The Earthquakes - "Earthquake" (2:27)
  5. Cynthia Richards - "Conversation" (2:41)
  6. Baba Brooks & His Recording Band - "This Is Thunder" (2:51)
  7. The Leaders - "Someday Someway" (2:49)
  8. Dave Barker - "Hot Sauce (aka The Agro Man Is Back)" (2:11)
  9. Winston Wright with Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Psychedelic Reggae" (2:27)
  10. Dermott Lynch - "Echo (Feel Like Crying)" (3:13)
  11. Delroy Wilson - "Together" (2:57)
  12. Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - "Stupid Doctor" (2:49)
  13. Big Youth & Dennis Brown - "Ride On Ride On" (2:58)
  14. Augustus Pablo - "Reggae In The Fields" (2:45)
Review: Harlem Shuffle has firmly established itself as one of the best reissuers of killer reggae anthems from the 60s and 70s. The Hot Sauce series started with a great first volume last year and now comes a second instalment of seriously seductive dub, rocksteady and roots reggae. This volume specifically covers the years 1965 to 1975 and is dedicated to the Trojan related UK labels. These outstanding Jamaican originals include a number of rare and lesser known roles, some hidden treasures and a number of more widely celebrated tunes. It is the musicality of each cut which has determined its place in this collection, meaning this is a water tight listen for all sorts of reggae fans.
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 in stock $19.55
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