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Richie Davis Lean Boot
'If you are poor, you walk in your shoes, you lean.' Three Unity revive 12s in today, remastered and in spanking new sleeves. Altogether, as a label, the greatest UK digi there ever was.



Wareika Hill Sounds Coconut Head
An exclusive mix, featuring the original Light Of Saba drummers; with two new instrumentals, one in a more laid-back grounation style, the other blood-and-fire; and a chant, upful and defiant.



Ossie All Stars Leggo Dub
The LP reissues the Cash And Carry original mostly the dubs of Gregory's Mr Isaacs album, The Revolutionaries mixed by Ossie Hibbert. The CD is filled out with flips of six Ossie Sound and Earthquake sevens.




Eek A Mouse The Very Best Of
Terrorists, Assassinator, Christmas some of his very best, yes.









Barry Brown / Little John Showdown Volume 1
The rhythm tracks are essential dubwise Channel One. Inimitable singing too. Little John sounds like a guy in a Tunes ad, blocked for real.




Junior Dan Red, Gold And Green Rainbow
'This was directed at the way they were arresting and sentencing Rasta to mandatory 18 months for possession of a spliff while politicians' gunmen were walking the streets unmolested.'



Wareika Hill Sounds One People
Full, bone-heavy horns, swirling organ and rocking nyabinghi drumming; and with a storming dub.



Black Slavery Days The Sound Of St. Ann's
Magnificent roots reggae LP originally issued on the Clappers label: Clayton Downie's productions showcase four vocal groups from Burning Spear's home parish in Jamaica. Fans of 'Marcus Garvey' will be in heaven.



Terry Hall And Mushtaq / Baby G / Ward 21 / Rasta Youth Grow Remix
The second son of King Jammy, Trevor James aka Baby G is at the cutting edge of the new wave of dancehall producers. Jammy's stalwarts Ward 21 and newcomers Rasta Youth on the mic.