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Leroy Smart The Don Tells It Like It Is
Looks like shit, but here are some of the Don's very best records, mid-70s Bunny Lee, total murder like God Helps The Man and Wreck Up My Life. Just try the first clip. 'God helps the man who thinketh for himself.'




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.



Freddie McKay So Long Farewell
Two of his very best songs in totally killer, less familiar versions. Mournful, hurting, cautionary, super-soulful as ever.



Frederick Thomas Down In A Babylon
Terrific, long-lost, Black Art sufferers.






Barry Brown Prince Jammy Presents
Rough, dread, heavy roots rockers... showcase-style.







Noel Phillips Youth Man Vibrations
An excellent Echo Minott LP for Jammys in 1981. Sly and Robbie, Deadly Headley, Winston Wright and co. The opener is a killer next take of the awesome Open The Gate Bobby Boy rhythm.



Icho Candy Cool Down Sufferer
Top-notcho Icho from Tesfa McDonald's mixing-desk, early-80s. Winston is a Horace man, obviously. Here he is re-visiting Cat Stevens on Jack Ruby Sound: youtube.com/watch?v=B4PipAFfXZk