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Wayne Jarrett Come Let's Go
Ace, loose, mystical roots, with sick synths, slacky tidy guitar, and Jarrett pouring himself into the mic. With a thumping dub led by saxophonist Jerry Johnson.



The Jewels Love And Livity
Sublime close-harmony roots, originally out in 1979, on Cash And Carry.




Keithus I Dreadlocks I
An atmospheric Black Ark recording by Milton Samuels, with a genius Perry do-over supplementing the original Jah Dynasty sides.




Keithus I Red Hot
Rough and rugged Barrett Brothers rhythm, with Organ D Downie cranking up the vibes, and Family Man dubbing live and direct on the version. Keithus' 1975 debut.



Keithus I Jah Children Cool
1976 steppers, school of seer-singers like Ijahman Levi and Pablo Moses.



Keithus I Prophecy
His hard-sought-after, swan-song recording imperious roots originally released via King Culture in Canada with apocalyptic, warn-them vocals, shining, hoo-ha horns and tough percussion.




Steve Knight Woman A Problem
Pious sex-pol, on a tuff Billie Jean lick. 'When you come home, a next man asleep in your pyjamas... and then you charge fi murder, Jah Jah know. The man them a worries but the woman them a problem.'



Steve Knight Orphan Child
The Midnight Riders' Raise Again again.



Kush Dan I Jah Law Of Love
Michael Jardine producing himself at Tuff Gong in 1982.



Jennifer Lara Music By The Score
The queen of JA Lovers on a tough version of Rockfort Rock, supervised in the late-seventies by Prince Far I.



Little John False News
Terrific, rare Fight Fight excursion about doing a sho-w in Toronto-w, with tough freaking synths.



Carlton Livingston Tale Of Two Cities
His debut record, and arguably his best, with The Revolutionaries horny and tough. The dub runs the rhythm out of Babylon.