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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.



Wayne Smith Time Is A Moment In Space
Deep, haunting roots. A Barbara Streisand rework!



Freddie McKay Rock A Bye Woman
The soulful, moody Studio One singer, producing himself for a change, with a tough dub. Originally released on Hot Rod.



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.





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.



Slim Smith Let's Get Together
Deeply soulful rock steady singing by the peerless Slim Smith, with an upbeat Webber Sisters on the flip. Bunny Lee productions, re-presented on heavy vinyl, in picture sleeves.



King Tubby And The Clancy Eccles All Stars Sound System International Dub LP
Bracing early Tubbys the revolutionary transformation of classics like Creator's Kingston Town, a couple of Andy Capps, The Dynamites' Red Moon. With Stitt going at U-Roy, on King Of Kings.




Once Upon A Time At King Tubby's
An uproarious survey of the wittiest of all the wars-of-words in reggae. Cameos from Johnny Clarke, Jazzbo, Derrick Morgan but I-Roy takes the honours (and pity anyone coming up against him).



Jimmy Radway And The Fe Me Time All Stars Dub I
Jimmy Radway's dub masterpiece. Massive, brawling rhythms, hard and thunderous and innovative like the very best Glen Brown. Essential!





Every Mouth Must Be Fed
An introduction to Pete Weston's Toronto-based label a magpie, but loads of killer mid-seventies here, with stone classics from the studios of Lee Perry, Studio One and King Tubby amongst them.