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Flick Wilson Vives
The fine singer lighting up a vintage Junjo and Roots Radics cast-off. Originally released in 1984 on Kulumi, under the artist name Dandy Lion (with the same typo in the title).



Prince Far I Psalm 87
Further excursions on Black Oney's Jah Jah Send The Parson rhythm. Far I rides a stripped dub (originally for a Carib Gems LP); the straighter Oney return was first released in a tiny run of blanks. All three 1975....



The Revolutionaries Musical Dub Attack
Top-notch 1976 dub LP from Channel One, extracted by Digikilller from the original tapes, and nattily sleeved. The set later voiced by the great I-Roy as Musical Shark Attack. Classic stuff.



Kiprich Certified Murderer
Fluent reasoning on the deadly Brooklyn recipe for Hot Milk.




Michael Prophet You Are A No Good
Channel One murder. Burning horns, thundering bass, signature touches like the strangulated guitar; impassioned singing, angry and hurt. Scientist nails the dub... Dance Of The Vampires.




The Heptones Good Life
At Channel One in 1979; Naggo Morris up front.






Linval Thompson Six Babylon
His tough third LP, recorded with the Revolutionaries at Channel One, at the end of the 70s; mixed by Scientist at Tubbys and Douglas Levy at Bullwackies.



Linval Thompson Linval
On a hard set of Revolutionaries rhythms, including a version of his mentor Johnny Clarke's Ride On Girl. Originally out on dodgy ole Burning Sounds in 1979; now on coloured vinyl from dodgy ole Clocktower.



Jackie Mittoo Take 10
Excellent organ instrumental, backed with a lovely, early Al Campbell.