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Hopeton Lewis Cool Collie
Trilbies off to the herb superb with a rocking backbeat, from 1966. Nice bass on the flip, too strong, minor-key storybook-soul.



The Tartans Dance All Night
Tasty rudeboy anthems from Cedric 'Congos' Myton, Devon Russell and co a dancehall tribute, a jailhouse portent. Double-bass in the place.



The Dynamites Fountain Bliss
Rudie gone soft. Irresistible love songs with simmering brass, splashing cymbals on the A; classy sax on the flip.



The Minstrels Hey There Lonely Girls
Pure loveliness from 1967 with an acappella version.



The Jamaicans Chain Gang
Bad Studio One ska a Sam Cooke cover by the Baba Boom crew, and a harmonica-instrumental rude-boy shout-out by Charlie Organaire. Via Drum And Bass in Osaka, with silk-screened labels. Killer.



Roy Richards Summer Time
A couple of Soul Vendors scorchers backing Roy Richards on Summertime and Owen Gray in a version of the Brenton Wood soul classic. Lovely silkscreened labels. Rock-A-Shacka business.




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Midnight Riders Youthman Invasion
Ebullient group-harmony, originally on Sonic Sounds' Thunderbolt imprint. Lovely stuff.



Steve Knight Orphan Child
The Midnight Riders' Raise Again again.




Frankie Paul That Love
Great early-eighties Channel 1 excursion on the same version of DEB's Revolution rhythm as Barrington Levy's Black Rose.



Midnight Riders Raise Again
Originally out in the mid-eighties on Under Pressure, this lays ace JA group harmony singing over a tasty, upful mixture of live and digi music-making, Sly And Robbie style.