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The Mighty Abidjans
Untamed

DIGIKILLER

Defiant, sublime roots on a dreadnought rhythm, with full dub. Jaiq Sterling, Leonard Billings, Kingsley Irons and Glenford McLeggan with the Roots Radics at Channel One, in the early 1980s. Killer.



Aksumites Ark of The Covenant
Stunning mystical roots in the Bullwackies tradition. From the early eighties, a vocal trio from the Bronx, led by Andrew McCalla, fronting the New Breed; and mixed at Channel One. Just essential.



Horace Andy Why Oh Why
Two cuts from the sessions which produced that great showdown album with Patrick Andy. The second runs the same ace rhythm as Barry Brown's Over Me.




Joe Axumite No Equal Rights In Babylon
Super-tough, odd, scrubby sufferers with some terrific, knackered piano and quaintly acquiescent lyrics. Giddily cavernous dub. Killer Wackies.






Big Joe Weed Specialist
Like some of the deejay's earlier sides for Mudie's, this cracking toast of Conquering Lion was voiced at King Tubby's. Winston Edwards released through DIP in the UK; Spalding's next stop was Brentford Road.



Big Youth Political Confusion
Infectious, inimitable, suitably incoherent pot-stirring from the great deejay, over an ace dub of The Jewels' Love And Livity.



Black Oney Jah Jah Send The Parson
Tough little mid-seventies roots one-away, produced by Lloydie Slim.



Bobby Melody Original Melody
Recorded at Channel One by the Black Roots Band a version of the studio's Fight Fight rhythm.



Douglas Boothe Holy Mt. Zion
Another Me Rule excursion, with its own dub.



Tony Brevett Just Been Feeling Bad
Ducking and diving between London and Kingston JA, Winston Edwards cut the Melodian on the monumental Conquering Lion rhythm in the mid-70s. Dark, hurting and self-disgusted... bad tune.



Barry Brown Physical Fitness
Three heavy Barry Browns just in from Digikiller. Flabba Holt productions, with the Roots Radics.




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