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The Tamlins Baltimore
Monumental soul-reggae maybe the definitive version of the Randy Newman song (though probably a Nina Simone cover) in its full 12-inch glory, with a terrific old school rap from Welton Irie, and two dubs.




Prince Hammer Righteous Man
Heavy, early-eighties roots extracted from the Roots Me Roots LP.
Tuff Scout in revival mode, coming clean with the dub.




Wailing Souls Firehouse Rock
The best recordings by our favourite vocal group in reggae, back around on vinyl.






The Invaders You Touch My Soul
Gotta be the Sound Dimension Mittoo, Vin Gordon on deadly form behind the sublime harmonizing. Sir D moves over for Sir C, who ups the guitar and vocals, keeping things more clean and tidy than usual.



Horace Andy Dance Hall Style
Horace has made just three truly great albums: Skylarking, for Studio One; In The Light, for Hungry Town; and with the biggest impact at the time, and by far the most contemporary Dance Hall Style.




Sir Harry Power House
Terrific organ-and-bongo excursion on Touch My Soul, with more of a Studio One feel to the mix.



The Invaders Story Of Love
Sweetly formal, early-seventies doowop-reggae-soul, with lovely harmonies and organ, backed with a shark-attack rootical deejay cut in Amharic.



Big Joe Weed Specialist
Like some of the deejay's earlier sides for Mudie's, this cracking toast of Conquering Lion was voiced at King Tubby's. Winston Edwards released through DIP in the UK; Spalding's next stop was Brentford Road.