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Rita Anderson A Deh Pon Dem
Gorgeous Jamaicanization of The Miracles' Choosey Beggar, just as fluently doowop.





Trevor Byfield Love Me Version
Our nomination for the heaviest dub of all time... When the Rootical Dubber had a go at reissuing this group of records, many years ago, we remember him saying this one was just too awesome to contemplate.



Trevor Byfield Burning Bush
Heavy roots; thumping dub. Turns out that Moses was being discreet.



Clive Matthews Apology
On the great Love Me rhythm, but with a message seemingly drawn from later in the relationship, and a different dub.



Clive Matthews Live Not For Vanity
Top-notch roots; and another great Vassell-Williams dub.
Check out the lovely photos of these sessions and portraits of TB and CM now on the Digikiller blog.



Leroy Smart Warrior
Super-heavy piece of Green Bay Killing, with an unreleased dub; and a Shaolin Temple excursion on the flip, with a tough Scientist.



Barry Brown Jah Jah Disciple
Shaolin Temple outings run on dubplate back in the day by Jah Life's sound in NY and Junjo's Volcano sound in Jamaica, now released for the first time ever.



Flick Wilson School Days
Start-to-finish killer combination of heavier-than-lead Roots Radics rhythms, wild Scientist mixing, and the Flick's unique singing, often falsetto. Kicking off with an Ain't Too Proud To Beg.



Zen Bow Impressions
Mid-eighties, collectors' digital reggae from Hartford, Connecticut, originally out on Gramps.




Camanjia Education
Bob Skeng at the mic this is the original, early-eighties acoustic version.