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Harold Butler Africa On My Mind
With the mighty Out Of Bondage.



Barrington Levy Prison Oval Rock
Junjo and Scientist with the Roots Radics at Channel One.





Barrington Levy Revelation
From the late seventies, with Scientist, the Roots Radics and Toyan, pretty much Lloyd Pickout's recording debut.



Foxy Brown Love Is Where You Find It
Jennifer Hylton's early-nineties r'n'b-tipped torpedo, recorded by Lloyd Pickout Dennis at Dynamic, with the Firehouse Crew.




Johnny Osbourne Line Up
An object lesson in how to rock a dance. Imperious dancehall singjaying, from the classic Soundclash LP.



John Wayne Love It A Kill Me
Party hearty deejay cut to a hot version of Tempo.
A new clutch of Firehouse reissues from Japan, immaculately presented in full-colour sleeves, as you can see.



Aksumites Ark of The Covenant
Stunning mystical roots in the Bullwackies tradition. From the early eighties, a vocal trio from the Bronx, led by Andrew McCalla, fronting the New Breed; and mixed at Channel One. Just essential.



Mankind These Three Girls
All-time classic late-eighties digi from Sydney Francis and Dennis Fearon.
Digikiller on top form with this week's devastating double-header.



Glen Brown I'm Your Puppet
A nice version to run alongside Ken Boothe overlooked as a singer, Glen Brown with a deadly Tommy McCook on the flip. Rock A Shacka action.



Big Youth Town Without Pity
Aka New York City.
Originally released on Burke's, out of Brooklyn.



Pat Francis Guys Get A Blow
Pat Francis aka Jah Lloyd, whose masterpiece is Columbia Colly, from the Black Ark.
Singing, not deejaying here, on his own tough rhythm, originally for his own label, Teem.