November 8, 2014

Various Re-posts
Classic Reggae Albums

Hear this ! In a much earlier stage, still in the beginning of the
old page back in 2008, I was asked to remove these here albums.
Greensleeves was re-releasing some of them and didn’t like me
to give them away. Now my buddy who owns a recordstore in
my hometown told me most of them are out of print at the time
being so I thought, “Good, let’s post them all again and see what
happens.” If you have a problem with either one, the way to protest
is using this disclaimer.
So happy reggae listeners, don’t miss out on these classic lp’s.
I love them piece by piece and want to share them with you all.

Augustus Pablo, front

Barrington Levy, front

Dr. Alimantado, front

Lee Perry, front

Linval Thompson, front

Scientist rids the world, front

Scientist, Pacman, front

Sister Nancy one two

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  1. richard 8 November 2014 at 11:12 - Reply

    ha, inderdaad dingen die op een prachtige zonnige herfstdag het leven nog aangenamer maken. de laatste, sister nancy, werd niet gevonden…maar qua luisteren kom ik daar vandaag niet aan toe. heel veel dank voor deze en zovele andere muziekjes

  2. Dennis 8 November 2014 at 11:32 - Reply

    Thanks Moos – excellent reposts.

  3. Dennis 8 November 2014 at 11:33 - Reply

    p.s. don’t seem to get a link to Sister N

  4. Bart 8 November 2014 at 20:31 - Reply

    I was lucky to catch them back in the summer of 2008. Enjoyed them many times.

    Thanks Moos

  5. Matchesmon 9 November 2014 at 07:06 - Reply

    thanks for the repost, cool early stuff

  6. Jeff 14 November 2014 at 04:51 - Reply

    I’d just checked out these Scientist albums the other day, and found that Roots Radics and On-U Sound drummer Style Scott had been murdered a few weeks ago. Thanks for the chance to hear these obscure albums. The ones I didn’t have.

  7. The Jukebox Rebel 29 November 2014 at 20:51 - Reply

    The roots of “Original Rockers” – don’t mess with JA spellen ;-)

    01. Rockers JA 7″ A: The Heptones – Love Won’t Come Easy / B: Paul K. & Pablo – Rockers Dub [1973]
    02. Rockers JA 7″ A: Augustus Pablo – Up Warika Hill / B: Rockers All Stars – Dub Hill [1974]
    03. Hot Stuff 7″ A: Augustus Pablo – Cassava Piece / B: Augustus Pablo – 132 Version [1974]
    04. Pablo International JA 7″ A: Augustus Pablo – Pablo’s Theme Song / B: Tubby Dub Song [1975]
    05. Rockers International JA 7″ A: Jacob Miller – Who Say Jah No Dread / B: Rockers All Stars ?– Jah Dread [1975]
    06. Rockers JA 7″ A: Dellinger And Clivey – Brace A Boy / B: Agustus Pablo – A. P. Special [1974]
    07. Pablo International JA 7″ A: Augustus Pablo – Thunder Clapp / B: Augustus Pablo: Lightening Flash [1975]
    08. Pablo International JA 7″ A: Hugh Mundell – Africa Must Be Free / B: Pablo All Stars – Park Lane Special [1978]
    09. Rockers JA 7″ A: Bongo Pat – Young Generation / Augustus Pablo – New Style [1974]
    10. Rockers JA 7″ A: Dellinger And Clivey – Brace A Boy / B: Agustus Pablo – A. P. Special [1974]

    • Moos 30 November 2014 at 08:50 - Reply

      What on earth do you mean to say with this ?

    • Francisco 11 December 2014 at 06:46 - Reply

      I’ve been looking some of those albums for months!
      Thank u so much

  8. Mike D. 9 January 2015 at 04:52 - Reply

    Some great albums here people. Grab them while you can!

  9. Ernie47 29 November 2015 at 19:19 - Reply

    Thanks for these!

  10. Thom 24 December 2015 at 05:29 - Reply


    I’ll probably never get to actually meet you, which is a shame because i imagine you are a fun person to get down to some serious action in the kitchen with. That is based on nothing except the fact that I just had a ball dancing to 3 solid hours from this post while making some killer soup and cookies. I had already heard maybe half of these, but damn sister nancy was a totally new treat, her style is so tight. Bam bam is clearly the prime cut but i have to say that i found the femenist cheerleader in me the most pumped by “only woman dj with degree”. so bad ass. never heard those lee perry or barrington levy slabs either, and my life is better for it. thank you.

    • Moos 24 December 2015 at 09:10 - Reply

      haha, that is so nice to hear Thom, I am mad about that pigeon song myself,
      I”d love to meet and have some soup and cookies with ya.. :-)

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