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Roy Graham
Why Should You

PRESSURE SOUNDS

Black Ark one-away. Upsetters business through and through, though Phil Pratt was nominally running the session. Nice version, with a pound of fatback drums. That's Bobby Kalphat on melodica.



Winston Jarrett Wise Man
Tough Roy Cousins' productions from the early-eighties (longer than the original LP mixes).



Prince Far I Zacky The High Priest
Four heavyweight excursions. The vibesing Zacky is aka Survival, from the Ukhonto We Sizwe sessions. (Far I was murdered before the album could be finished.) The Junior Reid dub is absolute murder.



Horace Andy Get Wise
Top-notch Horace — on the rebound from Studio One — recorded by Phil Pratt in the early-seventies.



The Tidals Put Those Fools
Lovely, early-seventies, group-harmony reasoning, produced by Phil Pratt, following up Rebel Nyah.



Delroy Wilson Baby Don't You Do It
Sturdy Marvin Gaye version. Produced by Phil Pratt and originally released on the Sun Shot label.



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



Bob Marley And The Upsetters Natural Mystic
Early Black Ark version — dubwise, raw, stripped, rebel music.



Lee Perry Roaring Lion
Sixteen cuts of prime-period Black Art, all unreleased music or unreleased mixes (bar the Althea And Donna); mostly from master-tape, some dub-plates. Surely worth it just for The Fantels.



Shaumark And Robinson Weak Heart Feel It
Nice and knockabout… and a touch quaint. Unmistakably Upsetters.



Bob Marley And The Upsetters Mr Music
Exclusive dubplate version of Rainbow Country — rougher, slower, deeper than the Daddy Kool. 'It's clear he loved with Perry,' declares Pressure Sounds' indiscreet sales text, noting Marley's committed performance.



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.



The Overnight Players Shaka The Great
Massive, magnificent instrumental, sound-system murder since day one. The acoustic guitar is class.





Bobby Kalphat Terminal Rock
Pretty vacant melodica version of the almighty Dennis Brown song What About The Half.



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