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The Island

The Island

Playing tracks by

Soul Vendors, Gaylads, Phyllis Dillon, Heptones, Abyssinians and more.

Clement Dodd, Duke Reid and Lee Perry are three individuals who feature prominently during this mix. Alone they were pioneers in engineering and prolific producers, but together they were responsible for a significant percentage of all the good music that was coming from Jamaica during the late 1960's.
Most of this compilation comprises of soulful uplifting songs about love, but we did include a few tunes that are slightly more politically charged, a sign of things that followed, in the 1970's, with a shift towards the Rastafari movement, within some of the studios that were managed by the afore mentioned gentlemen... but more about that next time.

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Doctor Donuts

wicked and deep ... rewind !

Anna Willis

If I could favourite this twice... :)

Sir Doufus Styles

Perfect bra


Love it!


Cornerstone - very uplifting whilst stuck in the office!


Love is a Treasure is a BEAUT


Yup, that's it.

Citizen Sound

nice selections.


BRING BRING BRING IT>>>>>>foxes in their hole....he prayed. he pray. bblblblblblbl bup ...!.. killer choon dat one form the spear of the burn i learn much, heard sinead o'conner version? too.


declaration is one of the best tunes ever written and sang., harmonies are insane.,any version of the ghetto is worth full BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM SHOTS!!!!. slack jack nick nack patty wack give dis ya mix a crack.....skankin with delight and pushing the dark out with the light...olll tight!,REEEEDDDDYM COME FARWARD..........