'Balearic reggae' recommendations

I’m not sure I could really define ‘Balearic reggae’ - but I know it when I hear it, and when I hear it I love it :sunglasses:
What tunes are just the right combination of sparse, groovy, sunny, dubby or guitar-flecked to put a beatific, Balearic smile on your face? I’ll start…

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dreamy:

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This is an album I listen to on Spotify. Not sure if it actually exists in real life.

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Might be a bit more cosmic Balearic…

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Major Force. The sea sounds and overall vibe bring this into sunset mix territory.

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I’d try to add to this magnificent thread some early Israeli reggae tunes, which all still sound great to my ears today.
This is Avi Matos, who was an unsung hero of the reggae scene here, the first one who recorded Reggae in Hebrew without seeing it as a novelty act. And he even recorded with Denis Bovell

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