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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.



Phil Pratt Dial M For Murder In Dub Style
Fine late-70s dub LP recorded at Channel One: Sly and Robbie, Rad Brian on guitar, Bobby Kalphat and Ansell Collins keys, Tommy McCook and Herman Marquis horns. Phil Pratt and Errol T at the controls.







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



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.






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.





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