Release Date: 9th July 2021
"Brand new production recorded at The Arch studio in Tottenham by the Horus All Stars. Track laid live down to tape.. legendary UK reggae singer Winston Reedy gels in perfectly with a beautiful vocal. Heavyweight dub on the flip"
a1. Winston Reedy - Those Days
b1. Winston Reedy - Ras Anthem Dubwise
Available From: 12th June 2020
Another reissue out of Rupie Edwards incredible catalogue. Rupies own deejay cut to Errol Dunkleys "Down Below". Originally cut around 1975, never reissued before.. Horus Records glad to bring it back to the masses preserving the beautiful label artwork
a1. Frazer Down Below
Release Date: 20th March 2020
Horus Records proud to present the deejay cut to Rupie Edwards masterpiece instrumental "Jamaica Serenade" (Also available on Horus Records). This cut was created shortly after Rupie recorded the insrumental at Randys, and released without his knowledge on the Hiori label. Pressed in tiny quantities, finally 40 years later we have it on Rupie's own Success imprint and available again for the masses!
a1. Star The Marshall - Natty Plant It
b1. Rupie Edwards All Stars - Natty Version Plant
Release Date - 14th June 2019
Britney Spears gets the reggae treatment. Brand new cut of her massive hit 'Toxic' recorded at The Arch, Tottenham by the Horus All Stars.
Vocal from Aphrodite Delacruz. She is an ex top line / vocal writer who lived and worked in the USA, involved closely on projects with many of the biggest artists of the 2000s (Beyonce, Kylie Minogue, Rihanna etc). At the end of the decade she extricated herself to Freetown Christiania, changing her name to Aphrodite Delacruz.
Now with very little involvement in the music industry she agreed to do this recording as it felt right paying homage to her Jamaican heritage and her history with commercial music.
a1. Aphrodite Delacruz - Toxic
b1. Horus All Stars - Dub
Released 28th January 2019
Beautiful, real deal roots from Ronnie Davis, produced by fellow Tennors band mate George 'Clive' Murphy. Recorded in 1975 at Joe Gibbs studio. Impossible to find a record in clean condition, its now bought back with clarity and dub at correct speed on 7inch.
a1. Run Come
a1. Step To It - Winston Reedy
a2. Dub To It
a3. Pick Myself Up - Shaka Black
a4. Four Quebec Lima Dub
a5. Going Back Where I belong - Nichola Richards
b1. Why Are We Fighting - Vivian Jones
b2. Bothers And Sisters Dub
b3. Trying To Catch A Dub - Shaka Black
b4. Only Jah Jah Know - David Jahson
b5. Pick A Skill Dub