Burning Sounds Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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The Heptones
Swing Low

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Prince Mohamed
African Roots

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Linval Thompson
Rocking Vibration

Reissue of Linval Thompson’s classic 1978 LP here. Rocking Vibrations is roots reggae par excellence. With Sly & Robbie on rhythm section and King Tubby manning the desk you wouldn’t expect anything less than greatness, would you now? Thompson’s voice sounds wonderful here too, soulful in a manner that nods to Ken Boothe. Essential coppage.
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Phill Pratt
Star Wars Dub

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The Blackstones
Insight

UK reggae group The Blackstones released their debut album Insight in 1979, and returning to the album for the occasion of this reissue highlights the group’s considerable quality. Three brothers performing three-part vocal harmonies over a studio backing band including the legendary Sly & Robbie: what’s not to like? Insight is reissued on the Burning Sounds label.
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Mystic Eyes
Mysterious

Mysterious, the 1979 album of Anthony Johnson’s group Mystic Eyes, is a very rare piece of reggae history: as it has never been reissued, original copies fetch high, hefty prices. This Burning Sound reissue makes the Jah-worshipping roots riddims widely available once more, on CD and vinyl editions. Produced by Linval Thomson.
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Leroy Smart
Dread Hot In Africa

Leroy Smart recorded Dread Hot In Africa with The Revolutionaries, including the crucial rhythm duo Sly & Robbie. Consequently, this is some totally premium reggae material. The LP edition is pressed to 180g vinyl, whereas the CD version adds the entirety of the 1978 Propaganda album for good measure. On Burning Sounds
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Revolutionaries
Burning Dub

Reggae instrumental crew The Revolutionaries did of course include the crucial rhythm duo of Sly & Robbie, a fact that should indicate the kind of quality we are dealing with here. And 1979’s Burning Dub does not disappoint with its spacious grooves. Recorded at Channel One, reissued by Burning Sounds.
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