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Kalipso Times
Cat: ROFR 13. Rel: 14 Sep 20
  1. The Cat & The Rooster (4:00)
  2. All Because I Love You (3:42)
  3. Obeah Wedding (4:24)
  4. The Needle (3:22)
Review: Dr Ring Ding is Germany's foremost ska trombonist and vocalist. While not that well known outside the ska scene, he's released a lot of records over the years, many of which are well worth picking up. One obvious example is 2013's Kalipso Times, a tasty four-track 10" that has now been given the reissue treatment. Recorded with a vast array of musicians, it's an effortlessly joyful and entertaining affair that sees him fuse his usual reggae and ska influences with nods to rhythm & blues (cheeky opener 'The Cat & The Rooster') and - more obviously - calypso. The latter inspiration is most potently explored on 'Obeah Wedding', which comes on like a long-lost Kid Creole track.
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30-60-90 EP
  1. Prince Alfonso & The Fever - "30-60-90" (2:18)
  2. Nestor Alvarez - "30-60-90" (3:30)
  3. Brentford Rd Soul Rebels - "30-60-90" (feat Dennis Alcapone) (3:01)
  4. Curtis Baker & The Bravehearts - "30-60-90" (2:42)
Review: This super limited 7" features four original Gravity label artists and serving up their own respective versions of one original. Prince Alfonso & The Fever kick off with fat-bottomed swagger and earthy dub funk grooves, and Nestor Alvarez flip the script with more Latin percussion and bossa-style grooves. Brentford Rd Soul Rebels take you to a hot summer's day with their reggae soundtrack, and last of all Curtis Baker & The Bravehearts lead with a big sax line and hip swinging tambourines that all come underpinned by big bass. Varied and vital, it's a small bit of wax but it packs a big punch.
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Back On Top (Record Store Day 2020)
Back On Top (Record Store Day 2020) (180 gram red vinyl LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: BSRLP 900. Rel: 07 Sep 20
  1. Place Called Love (3:05)
  2. Suddenly (3:09)
  3. Only Sixteen (4:07)
  4. Pretty Little Cottage (4:07)
  5. Yesterday (3:17)
  6. Sea Of Love (3:00)
  7. Love Won't Come Easy (4:22)
  8. Take Me Darling (2:43)
  9. Love Story (3:07)
  10. I Got The Needle (2:36)
Review: You can't overestimate the importance of The Heptones in the evolution of Jamaican music, after they defined the transition from ska to rocksteady and on to reggae. This album, "Back On Top", captures the band in the early '80s, when they had reached an international audience after working with Lee 'Scratch' Perry and releasing on Island Records. By this point they were back producing themselves, creating a perfect spanning sweet ballads and upbeat skankers, not to mention a cover of The Beatles' "Yesterday". Lovingly repressed on 180 gram red vinyl, this is a welcome reissue of an album that's been tricky to get hold of for some time, from one of the all time great reggae acts.
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Hot Sauce Vol 1
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Hot Sauce Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl LP + poster)
Cat: HSRSSLP 001. Rel: 16 Oct 20
  1. Stranger & Patsy - "Tell It To Me" (2:57)
  2. Glen Miller - "Rock Steady Party" (2:19)
  3. Des All Stars - "Walk With Des" (3:22)
  4. Andersons All Stars - "Intensified Girls" (2:37)
  5. The Cobbs - "Space Doctor" (3:06)
  6. Clancy Collins - "Brother Moses" (3:10)
  7. The Gaylads - "I Love The Reggae" (2:48)
  8. Johnny & The Attractions - "Coming On The Scene" (2:49)
  9. The Itals - "Dawn Patrol" (2:35)
  10. Willie Lindo & The Charmers Band - "Drum Song" (3:48)
  11. The Hardy Boys - "Black Out" (3:15)
  12. Dave Collins - "Smooth & Sorts" (3:19)
  13. Hippy Boys - "Nigeria" (3:28)
  14. Audrey - "You'll Loose A Good Thing" (2:41)
Review: Since launching late last year, Harlem Shuffle Records has reissued a string of killer reggae recordings from the 1960s and 70's. Here the imprint offers up its first compilation, a 14-track selection of early reggae, dub and rocksteady hand-picked from the vaults of such legendary labels as Black Swan, Blue Cat, Duke, Doctor Bird, High Note and Trojan. It's a fine and hugely entertaining collection all told, with highlights including the easy, laidback skank of Stranger & Patsy's 'Tell it to Me', the trumpet-laden instrumental shuffle of 'Walk With Des' by Des All Stars, the Hammond-powered dancefloor heaviness of Clancy Collins' 'Brother Moses' and the prototype dub brilliance of 'Black Out' by the Hardy Boys.
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