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Mango Records

Reggae record label attached to Brian Harris’ shop of the same name in Grove Lane, Handsworth.

Ansel Collins Zone Five ‎(7″) MAN 1000 1975
Boston Brothers Leave The Studio ‎(7″) MAN 1001 1975
Keith Poppin Time Slipping Away ‎(7″) MAN 1002 1975
The Mello Lads Chatty Chatty Mouth ‎(7″) MAN 1003 1975
Justin Hinds Prophecy Must Fulfil ‎(7″) MAN 1004 1975
Wayne Wade / The Prophets Allstars Black Is Our Colour / Upsetters Vengeance ‎(7″) MAN 1005 1975
Larry Marshall / King Tubbys* Brand New Baby ‎(7″, Single) MAN 1006 1975
The Royals Peace & Love (Blacker Black) ‎(7″) MAN 1007 1975
Willie Francis Leaving But It Won’t Be Long ‎(7″, Single) MAN 1008 1975
Sergeant One Foot Sexy Time / Pussy Juck ‎(7″, Single) MAN 1009 1975
Boston Brothers / Sergeant One Foot Leave The Studio ‎(12″) MAN 1009 1975
The Mighty Maytones* / G.G. Allstars Madness / Mad Dub 2 versions MAN 1010 1975
James Brown (12) / Upsetter* Stop The War In A Babylon ‎(7″) MAN 1011 1976
The Starlites / G.G. All Stars* Some A Weh A Bawl / Dubwise ‎(7″) MAN1012 Unknown
Winston Heywood / Upsetters* Long Long Time ‎(7″, Single) MAN 1013 1976
Max Romeo / Jah Lloyd Fire Fe The Vatican / Leggo ‎(7″) MAN 1014 1976
The Starlites Dip Them Jah Jah ‎(7″) MAN 1015 1976
Sil Bell You Can Dip ‎(7″) MAN 1016 1976
Various Juicy Mangoes Volume 1 ‎(LP, Comp) MAN LP 1 1976

Mango Records

Record shop at 104 Grove Lane, Handsworth. Originally a television and retail shop run by a Mr Dewar, Brian Harris took it on in 1964, originally calling it Brian Harris Records before settling on Mango Records.

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