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Icho Candy Cool Down Sufferer
Top-notcho Icho from Tesfa McDonald's mixing-desk, early-80s. Winston is a Horace man, obviously. Here he is re-visiting Cat Stevens on Jack Ruby Sound: youtube.com/watch?v=B4PipAFfXZk



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



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.



Natural Vibes Life Inna Prison No Nice
A heavyweight, bumptious Tempo excursion from these Jammys associates, with a haunting message, implacable drums and bass, and sick synths which unravel meltingly in the dub. Super-rare and killer.



Sixy Morris Me Nuh Response
Irresistibly body-rocking, early-nineties digi with vivid spaghetti detailing, as the unflappable Sixy keeps it holstered, and coolly rides west on a murderous b-line, rearin' and careerin' into the sunset.



Joe Morgan Basement Session
Deep, tough Wackies killer with giddily nostalgic lyrics about setting out at midnight to a packed New York blues party. Massive vibes; murderous dub.



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.



Leroy Sibbles Now You're Gone
Megaton 1979 Soul Syndicate rhythm, the workings of Wayne Jarrett's Brimstone And Fire, put down in Jamaica, dubbed-up in the Bronx with deadly syndrums, synths, signature reverbed metal percussion. Raw soul.



KC White Selasi I
Sweet mellow roots from the man named after Kingston College, with some total classics under his belt from JA No No No, Anywhere But Nowhere before becoming a Wackies stalwart in NYC.



The Invaders You Touch My Soul
Gotta be the Sound Dimension Mittoo, Vin Gordon on deadly form behind the sublime harmonizing. Sir D moves over for Sir C, who ups the guitar and vocals, keeping things more clean and tidy than usual.



Sir Harry Power House
Terrific organ-and-bongo excursion on Touch My Soul, with more of a Studio One feel to the mix.



The Invaders Story Of Love
Sweetly formal, early-seventies doowop-reggae-soul, with lovely harmonies and organ, backed with a shark-attack rootical deejay cut in Amharic.



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.



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.