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Junior Dan Red, Gold And Green Rainbow
'This was directed at the way they were arresting and sentencing Rasta to mandatory 18 months for possession of a spliff while politicians' gunmen were walking the streets unmolested.'



Junior Dan Junior Dan
'I recorded for Randy's, then Joe Gibbs, Lee Perry, Channel One... at Rockers with Augustus Pablo, Burning Spear at the time of Hail HIM... These are some of my own records deep roots reggae from the 1970s.'





Ackie Call Me Rambo
A classic, originally released in 1986 on the Heavyweight label (spun out of the Heavyweight soundsystem, from the Wood Green and Tottenham areas of north London).




Tenastelin & Keety Roots Burial Tonight
Commercial Bwoy is a soundsystem record to the head of any rival selectors thinking of watering down their sets with r and b. Burial is chilled and austere: after Rambo, another London killer back on the streets.




Horace Andy Exclusively
Vintage Wackies, and spun out of Horace's all-time greatest album unmissable.




Sugar Minott Jamming In The Street
Out originally on Black Roots in 1983, this is warm, natural music-making from Sugar's Informer sessions, overflowing with dancehall vibes.



Love Joys Lovers Rock
Rhythm And Sound leading with trumps: this was the first in their Wackies reissue programme. Consummate lovers rock by cousins Sonia Abel and Claudette Brown originally from Brixton and classic Bullwackies.



Horace Andy / Naggo Morris / Wayne Jarrett Horace Andy Meets Naggo Morris / Mini Showcase
Three front-rank reggae singers with extensive credits for such producers as Coxsone Dodd, Augustus Pablo and Glen Brown whose work at Wackie's without question includes their very best. Originally two 10s.



Junior Delahaye Movie Show
Issued originally in 1981, with white or blue Wackies labels, with and without information stamped on. The A differs from the album cut; the dub is right up there with Bullwackies' - anybody's - best.