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Rising Son Forgive Them Jah
Superb roots from Lloyd Johnson in the High Times corner, produced by Enos McLeod.



Simplicity People KGs
Essential Screaming Target instrumentals from the original Gussie - Big Youth sessions. Limber, spacious, rocking with Augustus Pablo on keys and hard-drinking 'White Rum' Raymond on violin. Yes yes yes.



The Silvertones Let Us Give Jah Praise
Channel One do-over of the Upsetter masterpiece Rejoice Jah Jah Children; with a lightly Black-Art-style Johnny Osbourne on the flip. Both from the LITA Summer compilation, out of Canada. Wicked twelve.



Freddie McKay Tribal Inna Yard
Superb, heavyweight roots LP from 1983, produced by Linval Thompson, with Scientist writ large in the mix. (Hey Stranger turns up on the first Dub Landing.)



Anthony Johnson Life Is Not Easy
Tough sufferers, produced by Linval Thompson with a heavy, zonked, dubwise LT on the flip. Killer.






Black Uhuru Leaving To Zion
The tough mix from the Tanka twelve, backed with Shine Eye Gal, both extended. Sly and Robbie genius.



Merva Grier Feeling Like A Million
Inspired Gussie's lovers bobbing, spiritual and sexy nicely blending in the digi.





Sista Beverley Rasta Woman
Rootical sing-jay UK-lovers from the Dennis Bovell stable, with the man himself rocking the flip. Very nice.





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