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Joe Higgs Life Of Contradiction
There are a couple of Studio Ones, and Creation for Half Moon, and Wave Of War but this is his album masterpiece. What a voice!



Keith Hudson Nuh Skin Up
Another of Hudson's wracked masterpieces, wrung from 1975's From One Extreme To The Other.



Chuck Jacques Dial 609
Rocking Caltone business with a classic Lynn Taitt rocksteady instrumental on the flip.



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



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.



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!





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



Bobby Kalphat The Sound Of New Dub
Party Time version recorded at Maxfield Avenue.



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.



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.





Life Goes In Circles Sounds From The Talent Corporation, 1974-1979
Music from the Talent, Star Apple and Arab labels, issued by Tommy Cowan. The likes of The Abyssinians, Augustus Pablo, King Tubby and Dennis Brown, with some of their all-time greatest music.