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Patrick Andy Don't Worry Yourself
Killer Channel One drums and bass, horns and organ stripped right back, just perfect, with ace singing, spare arrangement, chilled production. Posse Form A Line and Joker Lover excursions. Dubs, too. Lovely stuff...




Patrick Andy Join Me
Great, heavyweight Channel One gone to ground upon its original NY release; backed with a nice Revolution excursion. Both with dubs.



Frankie Paul That Love
Great early-eighties Channel 1 excursion on the same version of DEB's Revolution rhythm as Barrington Levy's Black Rose.



Frankie Paul Worries In The Dance
No record is more vividly charged with dancehall. Frankie Paul at his peak, vibesing to the max on an awesome rhythm, setting off dogs, bottling the genie: early-eighties Maxfield Avenue gone universal and all-time...



Courtney Peddlar Jah Love
Heartfelt, blessed early-eighties Maxfield Avenue roots, in short supply from the off. Pressed from the original stamper, Digikiller-style: a few clicks at the start can't test rudie.



Junior Peterkin And The Idrens Babylon Take I Down
Superb one-away roots production by Lloyd Barnes for the singer's own imprint. No-prisoners organ; singing from the school of Pablo Moses.



Prince Junior Girl For All Seasons
Nice, chunky lovers self-produced around 1980.



Reggae George Girl You're Too Young
Heavy lovers, a Kush Dan I production.



The Revolutionaries Full Charge Revival Dub
Classic! Evergreen Channel 1 rhythms dubbed to perfection. Re-cut straight from the original master tapes, in hand-silkscreened two-colour jackets, just like the JA original.



The Revolutionaries Satta Dub
Classic! Evergreen Channel 1 rhythms dubbed to perfection. Re-cut straight from the original master tapes, in hand-silkscreened two-colour jackets, just like the JA original.



The Revolutionaries Musical Dub Attack
Top-notch 1976 dub LP from Channel One, extracted by Digikilller from the original tapes, and nattily sleeved. The set later voiced by the great I-Roy as Musical Shark Attack. Classic stuff.



Tony Roach Big Bout Yah
Revisiting the Rythem Track label, started by Callo Collins in 1985.
This one's a deadly twist on Tempo, from that year.




Dave Robinson Have To Go Thru
A brawny Flabba arrangement of Tempo, for Leggo Sounds, with a deep dub, entitled Vex.