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Wayne Jarrett Showcase Vol. 1
Bullwackies recorded this album during the same weeks as Horace Andy's Dance Hall Style: two of the greatest vocal reggae LPs of all time.



Frankie Paul Worries In The Dance
No record is more vividly charged with dancehall. Frankie Paul at his peak, vibesing to the max on an awesome rhythm, setting off dogs, bottling the genie: early-eighties Maxfield Avenue gone universal and all-time...



Steve Reynolds Good Vibes
Wicked early-eighties Wackies, unsteady and moody, with a Hudson connection.



Barry Brown Land Of The Living
Tough, early '80s Barry breathing hard, with a dose of the Johnny Clarkes self-produced by the late singer and his wife Lisa, for their own Snowbird label.




Moses Live It Up
Wow... the triumphant comeback of the indomitable King Culture. Super-heavy, Radics-style, wrecking-ball rhythm; proper singing; tough dub. The mixing of the harmony singing is magical.






Gregory Isaacs Quiet Storm
Pared-down, coolly-crafted, early-nineties digi from Mikey 'Home T' Bennett, recorded at Gussie Clarke's Music Works (which makes perfect sense). This unmissable Gregory is twilit, haunted, nervy.







Brian And Tony Gold Can You
Brilliant and affecting, epistolary song-writing from inside the belly of Apartheid. Killer rhythm, to boot.