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Lloyd Williams Because I Am Black
Knockout version of Syl Johnson's searing Chicago Soul classic, on the killer S1 rhythm behind Zoot Simms' Africa. Alcapone rides Nanny Goat on the flip, brilliantly lifting the mood. Play it back, Jack... Double a...



Winston Jarrett Wise Man
Tough Roy Cousins' productions from the early-eighties (longer than the original LP mixes).



Prince Far I Zacky The High Priest
Four heavyweight excursions. The vibesing Zacky is aka Survival, from the Ukhonto We Sizwe sessions. (Far I was murdered before the album could be finished.) The Junior Reid dub is absolute murder.



Horace Andy Get Wise
Top-notch Horace on the rebound from Studio One recorded by Phil Pratt in the early-seventies.




The Tidals Put Those Fools
Lovely, early-seventies, group-harmony reasoning, produced by Phil Pratt, following up Rebel Nyah.



Delroy Wilson Baby Don't You Do It
Sturdy Marvin Gaye version. Produced by Phil Pratt and originally released on the Sun Shot label.



Barrington Spence Wake You Shake You
Excellent, soulful, slowed-down interpretation of his own Studio One recording Contemplating In Your Mind. Phil Pratt at the controls this time.





Carl Bradney Slipping Into Darkness
The Upsetter stares into the abyss; plus Big Youth and The Heptones on The World Is A Ghetto; the Don's best Al Green. Mastered by Moritz von Oswald; hand-stamped; letter-pressed sleeves. Warehouse find!







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