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Roots Vibration Belgium

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Black Man
Black Man (7")
Cat: ROOTS 39. Rel: 26 Mar 21
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Black Man (4:11)
  2. Black Man (version) (4:11)
 in stock $13.68
Walls Of Babylon
Cat: ROOTS 10. Rel: 23 Oct 19
  1. Walls Of Babylon (3:38)
  2. Walls Of Babylon (version) (4:11)
 in stock $12.22
My Country
Cat: ROOTS 17. Rel: 23 Oct 19
  1. My Country (3:45)
  2. My Country (version) (3:23)
 in stock $15.13
Fear (limited 7")
Cat: ROOTS 15. Rel: 08 Jun 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Fear (4:13)
  2. Fear Dub (3:43)
Review: Winston McAnuff linked with the Black Kush Band to lay down the red hot rhythm that is "Fear" in 1979. In the early 2000s, they got together once more to re-record it and now it gets a special, limited edition 7" release of its own for the first time ever. It's a real roots classic with bird-call like flutes and natty trumpet stabs, tangled acoustic guitar riffs and plump drums. On the flip, there's a slowed down, spaced out and trippy dub version that allows the gnarly bass to really shine though and take the track into a different mood.
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 in stock $13.68
Unchained (limited 7")
Cat: ROOTS 19. Rel: 08 Jun 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Winston McAnuff - "Unchained" (3:45)
  2. Fatman Riddim Section - "Still In Chains" (5:09)
Review: This old school Winston McAnuff tune has long been out of print. The Jamaican singer and composer behind it was also known as Electric Dread and fused funk, dub and reggae into his own unique forms, often with real social and political power in his lyrics. This is the first time it has ever been pressed on its own 7" and includes a natty dub on the reverse by Fatman Riddim Section. The original, "Unchained", has wailing vocals that speak of real passion and pain as they muse on black independence. The lazy grooves wiggle beneath, with rolling percussion and acoustic guitar riffs all adding to the experience.
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 in stock $14.26
What A Man Sow
What A Man Sow (limited 7")
Cat: ROOTS 20. Rel: 23 Jun 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Winston McAnuff - "What A Man Sow" (4:38)
  2. Fatman Riddim Section - "What A Man Dub" (3:39)
Review: Dub heads will be keen to cop this hard to find, long out of print Winston McAnuff tune 'What A Man Sow.' This is its first time on 7". Only 500 have been pressed and it comes with a full colour sleeve as well as a tasty dub on the flip from Fatman Riddim Section. The main attraction though is the a-side, with its impassion vocals crying out up top and bearing plenty of raw and honest soul. Shakers and swaggering dub, reverberating bass and acoustic guitar riffs all colour in the airwaves in warm and welcoming ways.
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 in stock $13.68
This World
This World (7") (1 per customer)
Cat: ROOTS 25. Rel: 27 Apr 20
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. King Medious - "This World" (3:13)
  2. The Upsetters - "Midious Serenade" (3:12)
 in stock $13.68
Let The People Go
Cat: ROOTS 40. Rel: 23 Jun 21
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Let The People Go
  2. Rain & Fire
 in stock $18.05
Pay To Live
Cat: ROOTS 45. Rel: 14 Jun 21
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Pay To Live (10:58)
  2. Keep Dancing (5:16)
 in stock $18.05
Bank Robbery (remastered)
Cat: ROOTS 30. Rel: 13 Apr 21
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Flash It & Gwan (3:32)
  2. Bank Robbery (4:03)
  3. This Daughter Of Mine (3:19)
  4. Bit Of Your Loving (3:30)
  5. Mash It Up Jah (3:51)
  6. Going Home (Daughters Of Zion) (3:19)
  7. Gun Happy Police (2:30)
  8. Third World Man (4:17)
Review: Released in 1983 with backing from Undivided Roots, Vivian Jones made a real statement with his debut album. It's a slow, steady, spacious one with heavy rhythms and keys that seem to float. The simmering vocals from the UK artist are also key to elevating each tune and also to the fact that Jones went on to work with mainstays such as Jah Shaka, Bobby Digital, Junior Reid and many others. Vivian started as a DJ in the 70s and was a member of a number of different UK roots bands, but grew disillusioned so went to Jamaica in 1982 and has turned out more than 130 tunes since. This record includes well-know gems 'Flash It And Gwan' and 'Third World Man'.
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 in stock $23.27
Institutionalized Racism
Cat: ROOTS 31. Rel: 25 Mar 21
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Institutionalized Racism (4:02)
  2. Institutionalized Racism (version) (3:19)
Review: Belgium's Roots Vibration label is as reliable as they come for roots lovers and now they wind it back to the nineties for this crucial production by Ossie Thomas. It is one of the less well known tunes from Vivian Jones, but it shouldn't be with its computer-programmed digital drums and horns. They help guide Vivian's tremendously vocals, which muse on institutionalised racism which is just as rife decades later, so this one remains hugely relevant. Add in some heavy drops and you have a gold standard riddim.
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 in stock $13.68
Born Naked
Cat: ROOTS 35. Rel: 26 Mar 21
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Born Naked (3:44)
  2. Born Naked (version) (3:41)
 in stock $13.68
Revelation Time
Cat: ROOTS 38. Rel: 28 May 21
Roots/Lovers Rock
  1. Revelation Time (5:14)
  2. Revelation Time (version) (5:11)
 in stock $13.68
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