8 thoughts on “ Things You Love - Various - Jamaican Beat (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. We agree: it just sounds better on vinyl. Build or expand your collection with popular pre-orders, new releases, and best-selling vinyl. Explore our selection of records by price point, by genre & more.
  2. Dec 24,  · There are so many brilliant roots reggae albums its tough to say which is best. The first thing I’d do is break roots reggae down into its different styles - eg vocal groups and singers, DJ’s and dub LP’s. This might make things a little easier. T.
  3. VARIOUS ARTISTS/Put No Blame On The Master: Jamaican Gospel 2 LP/SOCIAL MUSIC RECORDS - London's leading Vinyl Records Specialist based in Soho, London W1. Our website uses cookies so that we can provide a better service to our customers.
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  5. May 25,  · Lou Reed’s Album Transformer, produced by David Bowie, is the rock album you’ve always wanted but never knew it. Knowledge of this album will gain you personal style points as the Glam Rock genre is limited and often forgotten. The reason that this ranks with the best vinyl albums to own is that it is a cult status hit with major rock.
  6. We’ve written articles about colored vinyl and picture discs, and you can read it here: Colored vinyl article (new window) Picture disc article (new window) Picture Sleeves. A rare Can’t Buy Me Love picture sleeve. While vinyl record albums usually include printed covers, most 45 RPM singles do not, as they were generally issued in plain.
  7. The Dutch vinyl only (high quality g LP’s and 7# pressings) reissue label has already earned respect in the reggae scene with superb vinyl reissues of classic albums. Some of their releases are Bob Andy’s album Lots Of Love And I, Duke Reid’s rocksteady album Here Comes The Duke and Desmond Dekker’s (Shanty Town).

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