Selector of Jamaican vinyl:
Chalice In The Palace Soundsystem
Vinyl recordings:
•Jamaican 60s - 80s
•American garage, rhythm n blues & soul
•UK post punk, new wave & lovers rock
Recent Activity
posted a comment that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Baby Huey - The Baby Huey Story - The Living Legend. over 2 years ago
How is sound the quality ? Wondering if it's better than the latest 180 gram release
posted a comment on The Classics (12) - Mr. Fire Coal Man. over 3 years ago
I have a gig Friday night I wanted to spin fire cold man
posted a comment on Frankie Paul - Strange Feeling. over 3 years ago
Fantastic early Dancehall record from 83.
Rolling Stone what is one of my favorite songs from my college radio days. Should not be overlooked.
posted a comment on Pylon (4) - Gyrate. over 3 years ago
I'd give it more than 5 stars !
posted a comment on Sugar Minott - Live Loving. over 3 years ago
Agreed. I've had 2 different RE copies. Is there a quality repress? Or is it must have original press
posted a comment on Bob Andy And The Revolutionarys* - Ghetto Stays In The Mind. over 3 years ago
Guttural emotion oozes and pours out though Bob Andys voice. His pleading for humanity to join him is strong like a clinched first. Revolutionaries cut is powerful with its gritty Detroit funk meets Rockers rim shots.
posted a comment on Pablo Gad - Hard Time / Lighter Shade Of Black. over 3 years ago
Heavy heavy tune! The 12" on Burning rockers does not disappoint with plenty of base and quality sound.
Highly recommended
posted a review of The Mighty Diamonds - When The Right Time Come I Need A Roof. over 3 years ago
The finest Jamaican harmonies ever was The Mighty Diamonds and this being their finest piece of work IMO
posted a review of Brent Dowe / The Gaylads - Knock Three Times / This Time I Won't Hurt You. over 4 years ago
This time I won't hurt you.. Gaylads /BB Seaton. What a fantastic, yet underrated song writer. Such a soulful voice.. One of favs to keep in my record box