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Clive Matthews Am Going Home
Only an unmissable next dub of the titanic Tell Me That You Love Me rhythm, for crying out loud.



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.



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.



Al Campbell Down In A Babylon
Excellent, early-eighties, previously-unreleased Channel One chiller-killer. Signature, laconic, hypnotic dub.



Ernest Wilson I Know Myself
Monumental tune... with three different dubs.



Wailing Souls Very Well
Utterly magnificent roots masterpiece, with extended dub.



Everton Dacres Jah Jah Ah Come
Legendary roots from 1977. Barrington Levy's cousin, produced by Lloyd Charmers for his own LTD imprint.





I Roy Set The Captives Free
Irrepressible toasting, over a hurting Freddie McKay vocal and rocking, percussive rhythm, with a killer horns dub (from the Cancer LP).



I Roy Fire In A Wire
Roy Reid (a JA customs official) on the politics of national currencies, with a dub getaway to Ruritania from The General double.



Horace Martin Bad Boys
Horace 'Lawyer' Martin's next version to his own Me Rule classic. Produced by Winston 'Prince Huntley' Dakin, taking time out from his Modernize Printery, around the corner from Channel One.



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