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'Wayne Jarrett' Grey on brown
Generously printed, from the great Showcase LP. Courtesy of Basic Channel.



Jah Batta Informer
Two versions, different dubwise mixes of Sugar Minott’s massive Informer rhythm — both choca with living dancehall vibes and Channel One-style deadliness.



Bullwackie Free For All
Out originally mid-70s on the Aires label, in a plain, stencilled sleeve, this is based around three cuts of the dreader than dread Free For All rhythm.



Max Romeo Birth Of Reggae Music
Up there with Melt Away as the best side Max made outside the Black Ark; and surely the best of his twelve years away from Jamaica, from 1978 -1990.



Milton Henry Who Do You Think I Am?
Milton Henry’s handful of classics — like his version of Gypsy Woman, or This World and Follow Fashion over the Upsetter’s Fever rhythm (under the handle King Medious) — made him a natural Wackies’ recruit.



Jezzreel All Depends On You / I Put My Trust
An intimate, spare do-over of the Spiderman rhythm which Yellowman was smashing with Operation Eradication: eight minutes of yearning and pleading, dosed with the stylings of the original Night Nurse himself.



African Roots Act 1
Originally released on the Five Arts Label in 1977, then re-issued on Wackies in 1980, this album provides a register of producer Clive Hunt's work with a who's who of JA notables.



African Roots Act 3
Originally issued in 1983 — basically the dub counterpart of Sugar Minott's Wicked Ago Feel It album, and worth buying for the version of Real Rock alone.



Prince Douglas Dub Roots
Besides Sugar's International Herb, this 1980 dub album is engineer Douglas Levy's finest work. Wackies' fans have been clamouring for its reissue ever since Rhythm And Sound began re-releasing the catalogue.



Horace Andy Exclusively
Vintage Wackies, and — spun out of Horace's all-time greatest album — unmissable.



The Meditations I Love Jah
The first release of a masterful album recorded by Bullwackies in the same heady months of 1982 which delivered the Love Joys' Lovers Rock and Junior Delahaye's Showcase LPs.



Sugar Minott Jamming In The Street
Out originally on Black Roots in 1983, this is warm, natural music-making from Sugar's Informer sessions, overflowing with dancehall vibes.



Love Joys Lovers Rock
Rhythm And Sound leading with trumps: this was the first in their Wackies reissue programme. Consummate lovers rock by cousins Sonia Abel and Claudette Brown — originally from Brixton — and classic Bullwackies.



Horace Andy / Naggo Morris / Wayne Jarrett Horace Andy Meets Naggo Morris / Mini Showcase
Three front-rank reggae singers — with extensive credits for such producers as Coxsone Dodd, Augustus Pablo and Glen Brown — whose work at Wackie's without question includes their very best. Originally two 10s.



Junior Delahaye Movie Show
Issued originally in 1981, with white or blue Wackies labels, with and without information stamped on. The A differs from the album cut; the dub is right up there with Bullwackies' - anybody's - best.



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