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Barrington Spence
Wake You Shake You

PRESSURE SOUNDS

Excellent, soulful, slowed-down interpretation of his own Studio One recording Contemplating In Your Mind. Phil Pratt at the controls this time.



Glen Adams She's So Fine
A beautiful rock steady vocal from the multi-talented Adams. This in-demand cut comes complete with added harmonies missing from the better known version. With a Val Bennett of the same tune.



The Attaras Brimstone And Fire
A Joe Higgs production lining up members of the Wailing Souls alongside the man himself, originally released on his own Elevation imprint.



Big Youth Town Without Pity
Aka New York City.
Originally released on Burke's, out of Brooklyn.





Count Sticky, Val Bennett Rockfort Psychedelion
Old-school deejay scatting over Memphis-stewed funk. Rockfort is no place to be off your face, mind. With a Val Bennett excursion on Django Shoots First.






Pat Francis Guys Get A Blow
Pat Francis aka Jah Lloyd, whose masterpiece is Columbia Colly, from the Black Ark.
Singing, not deejaying here, on his own tough rhythm, originally for his own label, Teem.



Vin Gordon Roots Of Zion
The great Studio One trombonist Don Drummond Jr on killer Bunny Lee digi.
All three singles are the business.




Prince Jammy Strictly Dub
Kicks off with a dub of the killer Bobby Boy rhythm, and includes versions of Hot Milk, Afrikaan Beat, Shank I Sheck and Ali Baba, not to mention Hugh Mundell's almighty Jah Fire Will Be Burning.



Jimmy And The Inspirations Ain't No Love
From the upcoming early-Upsetters compilation Jimmy London doing over Eddie Floyd's rhythm and blues hit with The Falcons. I Found A Love, though... that's the killer Falcons.



Keith Goode Jah Jah Deliver Us
Stunning deep roots. Hymnal, hurting and intense no flim-flam, no flash. Massive Shaka tune, but so what, when the record is this heartbreakingly killer. 1975 Chung Bros production; very special.




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