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Don Carlos
Prepare Jah Man

DIGIKILLER

Giddily deep re-cut of Brimstone And Fire, from the Reckless Roots Rockers compilation.



Azul Black Rose
Woozy, extended Clive Hunt instrumental. Piano-as-steel-drum. Pretty killer.



Jah Tuff Thriller In Manila
JT on the legendary fight; John Clark in a nostalgic mood, about an old friend. Both deejaying and singing are mixed in your face, over a nugget of vintage Wackies, gritty and unbalanced. Shimmy shimmy ya.



Jah Joe Dreadlocks Song
Joe Axumite chanting over hard, acidic, Wackies mysticism.



The Mighty Abidjans Untamed
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.



The Mighty Abidjans Don't Change The System
The great Untamed rhythm blighted by lame lyrics. Criss, straight percussion-and-bass version.



The Fashioneers Guiding Light
The first of the three Fashioneers sevens, 1975-80, before the group morphed into the The Mighty Abidjans. Leonard Billings, Jaiq Sterling and Pixley Brown with the Revolutionaries, plus hard Ernest Hookim dub.



Mystic Eyes Reality
Beautiful, close-harmony warning-tune — loose, mystical and heavy. The Radics at Channel One with Scientist at the desk.



Flick Wilson Last Night
Moody, heavy lovers, detourned by FW's full-throated falsetto. Ace.



Flick Wilson Vives
The fine singer lighting up a vintage Junjo and Roots Radics cast-off. Originally released in 1984 on Kulumi, under the artist name Dandy Lion (with the same typo in the title).



Prince Far I Psalm 87
Further excursions on Black Oney's Jah Jah Send The Parson rhythm. Far I rides a stripped dub (originally for a Carib Gems LP); the straighter Oney return was first released in a tiny run of blanks. All three 1975....



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.



Elijah Selassi Hi
Sweet, hymnal, one-away two-parter from Elijah, out in the seventies on the New York label Waricka and in the UK on Ackee. KC White has a version, too; also available from Digikiller.



The Invaders After A Storm (Beyond That Dark Cloud)
Nice gospelized harmonies… with a touch of The Lecture to the flip-side sufferers.



Delroy Wilson Give Me Your Love
You can't lose with Artibella, and this is a decent excursion by the great singer, with a lovely trombone-led version.



Junior Murvin Make It And Set It
Biff! That sublime, inimitable falsetto atop a stupendous digital-Tubbys one-away. Self-produced by Junior in 1987 for Ruddock's Taurus imprint (though original copies are near-mythical).



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