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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.



Once Upon A Time At King Tubby's
An uproarious survey of the wittiest of all the wars-of-words in reggae. Cameos from Johnny Clarke, Jazzbo, Derrick Morgan but I-Roy takes the honours (and pity anyone coming up against him).



U-Roy Linger You Linger
Only the greatest deejay in history at the top of his game.



Jimmy Radway And The Fe Me Time All Stars Dub I
Jimmy Radway's dub masterpiece. Massive, brawling rhythms, hard and thunderous and innovative like the very best Glen Brown. Essential!



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.



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



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.



Native Rockstone  Adventures with Lee Perry at the Black Ark
One Wayne Jobson at the Ark that late sound also Channel One, and with Spear's Black Disciples at Jack Ruby's studio.




Life Goes In Circles Sounds From The Talent Corporation, 1974-1979
Music from the Talent, Star Apple and Arab labels, issued by Tommy Cowan. The likes of The Abyssinians, Augustus Pablo, King Tubby and Dennis Brown, with some of their all-time greatest music.







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