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Upsetters c/w The Bleechers - The Vampire / Check Him Out - Upsetter US 317 DJ

Upsetters

The Vampire / Check Him Out

Upsetter : US 317 DJ (45s)

a rare and flawless 1969 British promo .

Lee Perry after building his skills throughout the early and mid 60's. By the late 60's his contribution to "Skinhead" Reggae was immense, and his reputation exploded into cult-status. A Lee Perry composition, arrangement, production is certain to have a certain edge that sets it apart from the norm.

This 1969 creation, starts with a "rap" novelty intro (his "nod" to the in voque "Hammer House Of Horrors"), before it crash dives into an infectious keyboard dominated instrumental. Rhythmically addictive like all "Scratches" creations of that burgeoning "Reggae" era.

The flipside also a Lee Perry composition and production by Leo Graham's Bleechers raises the bar another notch. Uplifting dancefloor fuel, vocally seamless as Leo Graham & Wesley Martin rebound of each others enthusiasm driven by Lee Perry relentless arrangement.

Two beefy side of classic 1969 Reggae, presented as the seldom seen "A" stamped pre-release

Condition Report

Unblemished "A" stamped labels, 4 prong centerpiece still intact, squeaky clean vinyl, with hardly a hairline. Strong clean Mint - / MInt - / Mint -

Unblemished "A" stamped labels, 4 prong centerpiece still intact, squeaky clean vinyl, with hardly a hairline. Strong clean Mint - / MInt - / Mint -

Brixton Market - Bangarang / Children Get Ready - Beacon BEA 138

Brixton Market

Bangarang / Children Get Ready

Beacon : BEA 138 (45s)

One of the iconic British labels; Beacon was distinguished for their diversity of releases. Rock, Pop, Reggae, Soul this EMI distributed imprint did it all.

However hits for this label were few and far between, so highly collectable records run throughout it's formidable catalog. BEA 138 is one of it's most elusive releases, with the a-side shadowing a strong flip that the public never got to hear.

"Bangarang" is a lively Reggae dance fusion, pulsating with imaginative saxophone peppering the arrangement as the chants of "Bangarang" burst forth.

The flipside, (the original "A") is a lucid more classy session, falsetto pitched group vocals glide along a mid-tempo dance groove, uplifted by several strong Bass-guitar breaks. Vocally skilled, silky and addictive.

Two memorable sides on a much-loved label in fine clean condition...

What's not to love about this seldom seen 45?

Condition Report

Two clean label, 4 prong push-out center fully intact.

Two clean label, 4 prong push-out center fully intact.

Elton John - Lady Samantha / All Across The Havens - Philips BF 1739

Elton John

Lady Samantha / All Across The Havens

Philips: BF 1739 (45s)

Condition! Condition! Condition!

A mighty clean example of Elton's 2nd UK single using his new found name, over 2 years before he hit the big time with "Crocodile Rock" on DJM; Elton and Bernie Tauplin, give notice of what was about to unfold as they write two meaningful songs with classy lyrics and easy delivery. In a style the world grew to adore, as Dick James Music's platform made Elton a worldwide superstar.

To acquire any of his early recordings in tip-top condition is the challenge for all dedicated Rock collectors. This copy is better than we've ever encountered over the decades, and would be hard to eclipse.



Condition Report

two clean 3 prong die cut centre labels. Tight small centre-hole suggesting little of no turntable activity, that the lack of faint spindle trails and the vinyl confirms. Full gloss, with just a few of the merest occasional sleeve contact hairline when angled in in the light. A future upgrade would be more than optimistic and totally unnecessary. A stunning copy!

two clean 3 prong die cut centre labels. Tight small centre-hole suggesting little of no turntable activity, that the lack of faint spindle trails and the vinyl confirms. Full gloss, with just a few of the merest occasional sleeve contact hairline when angled in in the light. A future upgrade would be more than optimistic and totally unnecessary. A stunning copy!

Cecille & Jackie c/w Sound Dimension -  Breaking Up / Full Up - Muzik City CD 4604

Cecille & Jackie c/w Sound Dimension

Breaking Up / Full Up

Muzik City : CD 4604 (45s)

Rare 1969 Muzik City blank with a beautifully constructed girl/boy duet from the desk Clement Coxsone Dodd.

Cecille Campbell & Jackie Estick wrap themselves up into a warm sweet rhythmic mid-pace horn filled delight. Seamless vocal, haunting horns fuse into one lush production. One of the best Reggae recordings I've encountered in recent times, you will discpover one spin is nowhere near spin. As these "lovers" creep under your skin.

Flip it over for a gliding keyboard instrumental from the Sound Dimension.

Both sides f this 45 ripple with quality encapsulating the 1969 era perfectly.

Condition Report

A few very light hairlines, visually Ex and plays so. Black labels carry little or no information, the a-side is unshazamable. Underlining it's obscurity..

A few very light hairlines, visually Ex and plays so. Black labels carry little or no information, the a-side is unshazamable. Underlining it's obscurity..

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