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Desmond Young Warning
The great vocal version of a standout Jimmy Radway rhythm.

Junior Reid One Blood
The romping stomping anthem.

Scion Success Jah Is My Hero
A storming 1991 Jah Life, and a moody mid-80s Dub Irator by Jug Head, aptly named, missing his Joyce badly. (She's cleaned him out and fucked off to Miami.)

Dave Robinson Have To Go Thru
A brawny Flabba arrangement of Tempo, for Leggo Sounds, with a deep dub, entitled Vex.

The Jewels Love And Livity
Sublime close-harmony roots, originally out in 1979, on Cash And Carry.

Al Campbell Jah Love
Tremendous! Inspired singing, vibesing deejaying (with Trinity), and awesome Scientist mixes from Channel One, with King Tubby at his shoulder in 1980.
Jesus Chroiss, we noice.

Dennis Brown The Crown Prince Of Reggae: Singles 1972-1985
'What about the half that's never been told? The half, the half, the half that's never been told.'
The DVD is a film of a 1979 performance.

Bunny General Girls Fi Settle Down
The one and only Terrible Cat on the flip.

James K Smith Riding West
Trump-card trumpet version of Joyride, aka Riding West.

Carl Meeks Danger
Murder downright essential reggae, leading a magnificent legs-eleven of late-80s digi destroyers from Hugh Redman James this week, presented by Dub Store, Tokyo, with crisp labels and silkscreened sleeves.