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Roy Graham
Why Should You

PRESSURE SOUNDS

Black Ark one-away. Upsetters business through and through, though Phil Pratt was nominally running the session. Nice version, with a pound of fatback drums. That's Bobby Kalphat on melodica.



Horace Andy Black Man's Country
Sleepy's first ever record, produced by Phil Pratt. Peter Austin on the flip probably trumps him, with some good, current advice.




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





Ken Boothe Sweet Song For My Baby
Tight and punchy, melancholic and soulful, great horns another winner from Mr Rocksteady.




Junior Byles Lorna Banana
In fine form on a classic Upsetters, witty and brilliant.






The Dynamites Reggaedelic
Three helpings of honest-to-goodness, early-seventies funky reggae from Clancy Eccles' studio, featuring Winston Wright at the organ. This has a King Tubby on the flip. Good old CE, socialist through and through.





Every Mouth Must Be Fed
An introduction to Pete Weston's Toronto-based label a magpie, but loads of killer mid-seventies here, with stone classics from the studios of Lee Perry, Studio One and King Tubby amongst them.



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.



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