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This is the new digitally remastered 2015 expanded edition of Soul Jazz Records’ biggest ever selling reggae release, 100% Dynamite: Ska, Soul, Rocksteady and Funk in Jamaica.
If you didn't get it the first time now's your chance. If you did and wore it out get it now with bonus tracks and free download code!
Get down with the get down! Fantastic new season colours in Soul Jazz Records' classic 12" & 7" Record Bags (holds about 30 LPs/50 7s). Fantastic for DJing, impressing your stylish friends or just 'carrying stuff'.
As well as the classic blue bag with white strap and stripes these are now available in limited edition red, green, cyan and more with matching straps - 'nuff colours!
See them all here
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Soul Jazz Records new album Rastafari: The Dreads Enter Babylon 1955-83 charts the many links between reggae music and the Rastafarian religion.
Spanning nearly 30 years of revolutionary music and featuring the music of Count Ossie, Johnny Clarke, The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari, Ras Michael and The Sons of Negus, Bongo Herman, Roy Ashanti (The Congos), Earth & Stone, Mutabaruka and many more, this is an in-depth look at some of the most unique and righteous music ever made and comes complete with a 40+ page outsize booklet, containing exclusive photography and extensive historical and contextual sleevenotes.
Read Pitchfork feature here
Save yourself $2,590 dollars and get 18 more killer tracks at the same time!
Our new album Disco 2 is out now with all-killer tracks!
NEW ORLEANS funky boogie soul disco bomb 45!
Latest Soul Jazz Records/Sounds of the Universe SOUL 7-inch series - after the now sold out Brief Encounter 'Human' 45.
A massive slice of New Orleans genius - arranged by Wardell Quezergue, produced by Senator Jones, originally released locally in New Orleans in 1979.
It's a bomb! Exact replica reproduction, wicked sound, killer funkys soul boogie 7" 45!
THIS 7-inch can ONLY be bought directly here from Soul Jazz Records or Sounds of the Universe websites and shop. It is a very limited 500-copies pressing and you need to buy it now!
See all our EXCLUSIVE unique 45s here
"It's doubtful you'll hear a better compilation of contemporary electronic sounds this year." QUIETUS
"Soul Jazz Records set Sounds of the Universe: Art + Sound 2012-15 features some of the heaviest Afrofuturistic producers out there:" PITCHFORK
Our new Soul Jazz Records/Sounds of the Universe album is now available to buy!
NU YORICA! Culture Clash in New York City.
Experiments in Latin Music 1970-77
20th Anniversary Expanded Edition out now on Soul Jazz Records on double CD, two seperate volumes of double vinyl (+ download code) and worldwide digital album!
" Soul Jazz Records was among the first systematic, thoughtful explorers of a musical past. It's clear that Nu Yorica is still one of the best collections that has ever been put together.
It remains now, as it was then, an electrifying glimpse into a pulsing, sonically radical musical world, one that had never been presented in such coherent overview, and has not been since.
Expertly conceived and selected this collection is tightly focussed on the explosively original and fiercely funky musical intersection that was 1970s Afro-Latin New York.
Everything that sounded fresh 20 years ago still sounds that way." The Wire May 2015