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Listen To The Music Caltone's Jamaican 45s, 1966-69
Top-notch rock-steady, sequel to Safe Travel. Bunny Lee and Phil Pratt productions for the Ken Lack imprint, with musical supervision by Tommy McCook, Lynn Taitt and Johnny Moore.




Bob Marley And The Upsetters Natural Mystic
Early Black Ark version dubwise, raw, stripped, rebel music.



Bob Marley And The Upsetters Mr Music
Exclusive dubplate version of Rainbow Country rougher, slower, deeper than the Daddy Kool. 'It's clear he loved with Perry,' declares Pressure Sounds' indiscreet sales text, noting Marley's committed performance.



Tommy McCook Pleasure Dub
The Supersonics Ranglin, Drumbago, Lyn Tait and co, not forgetting the gypsy-violinist White Rum Raymond on stone classic Bond Street rhythms; Duke Reid's nephew Errol Brown running things superbly, dubwise.







Carl Moore My Forefathers Died In The Sand
Stunning, poignant Strange Things vocal excursion, with stripped nyabinghi version.
No more captivity, free all humanity.




Hemsley Morris Stay Loose
Ace rocksteady from the excellent, under-recorded singer. The one and only Joe Higgs lurking on the flip, hurting and wise as ever. Both backed by The Dynamites and produced by Clancy Eccles.



Hugh Mundell Jah Will Provide
Murder from the Africa Must Be Free LP, and version, beautifully done.



Native / Little Madness Mother Country
Tommy Cowan business, originally on Arab.



The Overnight Players Shaka The Great
Massive, magnificent instrumental, sound-system murder since day one. The acoustic guitar is class.



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