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Barry Brown Over Me
Brilliant Barry Brown, but the real killer is on the flip: Angela Prince's Joker Lover. Mournful, devastating, super-heavy lovers.



Barry Brown No No No
Heavy, early-eighties dubplate action, from the Little John Showdown sessions. Straight to the head of that recent, tacky bootleg.



Barry Brown Land Of The Living
Tough, early '80s Barry breathing hard, with a dose of the Johnny Clarkes self-produced by the late singer and his wife Lisa, for their own Snowbird label.




Barry Brown Forward On
Four cuts of the fail-safe Skylarking rhythm. The BB comes from the Far East LP with an unreleased dub. An excellent Clarence Parks is out here for the first time (with a dub that sounds a bit live and direct).



Barry Brown Praise Him
Previously unreleased BB on the same rhythm as Al Campbell's Jah Army, which turns up on the flip. Both with dubs.



Trevor Byfield Love Me Version
Our nomination for the heaviest dub of all time... When the Rootical Dubber had a go at reissuing this group of records, many years ago, we remember him saying this one was just too awesome to contemplate.



Trevor Byfield Burning Bush
Heavy roots; thumping dub. Turns out that Moses was being discreet.



Trevor Byfield Jah Guide
Top-notch dubwise roots, with masterful trombone and extra percussion, originally on Ethnic Fight.



Al Campbell Down In A Babylon
Excellent, early-eighties, previously-unreleased Channel One chiller-killer. Signature, laconic, hypnotic dub.



Don Carlos Black Harmony
Recording as Jah Carlos in 1976. Massive, glorious Soul Syndicate rhythm, with blazing horns, soulful reasoning, tremendous dub. Another great record.



Channel One Special Rocks And Mountains
Previously on dubplate only, this legendary UK soundsystem weapon was produced by Sly And Robbie at Maxfield Avenue in the early eighties, with (perhaps) the Mighty Travellers at the microphone. Pure murder.



Everton Dacres Jah Jah Ah Come
Legendary roots from 1977. Barrington Levy's cousin, produced by Lloyd Charmers for his own LTD imprint.