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The Gladiators
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COXSONE

Heartbreaking 1974 prayer for social change, on The Cables' Baby Why rhythm.



Rapper Robert And Jim Brown Minister For Ganja
Party-wrecking, uproarious deejay-duel on Full Up, with an ace dub. 'Here in Jamaica we got the Prime Minister... we got the Minister Of Labour... We want a Minister For Ganja.'
Flash it!



The Three Tops Man Of Chances
Heart-melting, close-harmony rocksteady a dapper mixture of naivety and self-determination, beautifully expressed previously extremely hard to find on blue UK Coxsone. Flip's a winner, too.








Owen Gray Give Me A Little Sign
OG had been a UK-resident for five years by the time of this Brenton Wood cover, recorded here during the Soul Vendors 1967 tour. (One night Jimi Hendrix was the support.) A Procul Harem on the flip.






Soul Vendors Last Waltz
With a sweet Hamlins on the flip. From the compilation Studio One Schmaltz, out in time for Christmas. Superior Dub Store pressing.




The Wailers Rock Sweet Rock
Lovely Impressions impressions on the eve of the group's departure from Brentford Road.



Don Drummond Gypsy Song
Heavy, slowed-down Green Island excursion, revisited as a duet with the mighty Lennie Hibbert. Originally a Down Beat dubplate special.



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