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Freddie McKay Tribal Inna Yard
Superb, heavyweight roots LP from 1983, produced by Linval Thompson, with Scientist writ large in the mix. (Hey Stranger turns up on the first Dub Landing.)



The Dynamites Reggaedelic
Three helpings of honest-to-goodness, early-seventies funky reggae from Clancy Eccles' studio, featuring Winston Wright at the organ. This has a King Tubby on the flip. Good old CE, socialist through and through.





Hemsley Morris Stay Loose
Ace rocksteady from the excellent, under-recorded singer. The one and only Joe Higgs lurking on the flip, hurting and wise as ever. Both backed by The Dynamites and produced by Clancy Eccles.




Deadly Headley And Asher Drums Of The Arab
Killer Cry Tuff melodica lick of Drum Song.



The Invaders Conquering Lion
The legendary Coxsone Sound dubplate a gorgeous close-harmony roots enchanter voiced and mixed by King Tubby for Prince Jazzbo's Ujama imprint. Bim!



The Invaders Heaven And Earth
The Greenwich Farm and Trenchtown youth return ineffably to the Conquering Lion rhythm for their own label, with a much fuller sound than the Ujamas. Fab.



Naggo Morris Bootlegger
The Heptone on a rocking melodica version of Conquering Lion.



Jennifer Lara Music By The Score
The queen of JA Lovers on a tough version of Rockfort Rock, supervised in the late-seventies by Prince Far I.



The Upsetter Labrish
Gossiping away scandalously with Bunny Lee and Niney. Very funny.



Hopeton Lindo Territory
The legendary digital destroyer in all its original glory, including the dub; and another murderous King Culture unveiled soulful and limber. A double-headed ronto from Toronto. Killer.