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Makka Bees Nation Fiddler
Timely revive of this Shaka-favoured, megaton, roots curse on our two-faced, devil-in-disguise rulers. Originally out in 1977; produced by Omar's dad. (There's-Nothing-Like-This Omar, the UK street-soul singer).





Lee Perry Feel Like Jumping
Gorgeous Rock A Shacka / Drum And Bass reissues from Japan. Silk-screened labels to die for. Killer Studio One ska originally out on C And N, Clement And Norma, Mr and Mrs Dodd.





Gappy Ranks Thy Should Love Thyself
On Joe White's Kenyatta, resplendent showcase-style, with six singers and deejays. (A message to thee, rudie: thou dost muddle thine thys with thine thous.)



Nereus Joseph Glory Glory
Stellar lineup, on a Prince Far-I.



Clive Matthews Big Brown Eyes
Tough roots, wicked horns, killer dub.



Trevor Byfield Jah Guide
Top-notch dubwise roots, with masterful trombone and extra percussion, originally on Ethnic Fight.



Clive Matthews My Girl Has Gone
His first recording, originally released in the mid '70s on the Percival label, and recorded at Dynamic Sound with the Now Generation Band. Nice and chunky.



Clive Matthews Am Going Home
Only an unmissable next dub of the titanic Tell Me That You Love Me rhythm, for crying out loud.



Dave Robinson Alligator Tears
Classic early-80s Junjo-Radics-Scientist runnings, moody and heavy, with a previously unreleased dubplate mix.