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Junior Murvin Rescue The Children
Junior Murvin aka Junior Soul's first, deadly version of the Upsetter classic is unmissable: inimitable delivery of a great song, on a tough, limber, rootical rhythm with ace trombone and a fine dub.




Ernest Ranglin Guitar In Ernest
Brilliant jazz lyricism, in the style of Kenny Burrell, by the thirty-three-year-old, at an impromptu 1965 session in the Federal Studio, with pianist Leslie Butler, drummer Carl McLeod and bassist Stephen Lauz.



Elijah Selassi Hi
Sweet, hymnal, one-away two-parter from Elijah, out in the seventies on the New York label Waricka and in the UK on Ackee. KC White has a version, too; also available from Digikiller.



The Invaders After A Storm (Beyond That Dark Cloud)
Nice gospelized harmonies… with a touch of The Lecture to the flip-side sufferers.



Delroy Wilson Give Me Your Love
You can't lose with Artibella, and this is a decent excursion by the great singer, with a lovely trombone-led version.






Prince Hammer World War Dub Part 1
Tumping dubs recorded at Channel One, mixed at Tubbys. Sly and Robbie, Horsemouth, Chinna. Bobby Kalphat and full crew, kicking off with a deadly Real Rock version and never letting up.



Keep The Pressure Down Essential Roots Reggae Rarities
HIghly recommended selection of Jimmy Radway earthquakes… back in.