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Rasheda Only Jah Worthy
The 1993 Disciples stepper rinsed by Shaka.



Hopeton Lewis Don't Cry
Flip it for A De Pon Dem. Rough!



Henry Buckley Thank You Girl
1966 rocksteady, elegantly heartfelt as Nat King Cole.



Hopeton Lewis Everybody Rocking
Rocksteady party bomb. First time out for the horns instrumental on the B.



Prince Allah Youthman In The Ghetto
A Freedom Sounds from 1978, with Scientist dishing out the dub.



Triston Palma Entertainment
With Jah Thomas and Toyan and a Little John on the flip.




Patrick Andy Join Me
Great, heavyweight Channel One gone to ground upon its original NY release; backed with a nice Revolution excursion. Both with dubs.



Clarence Parks Mt. Zion
Tremendous though unreleased mid-tempo killers yearning and moody, with the golden Radics touch; both songs with dubs.



Tony Tuff Separation
The A was a Shaka dubplate special; the flip versions Truths And Rights, and was a Jahlove special. First time out for these monsters.



King Kong Agony And Pain
Celebrated late-eighties soundboy business another of his very best, revived at last.



Montgomery Sensimela
Ace, quirky one-away effervescent singing on a bubbling rhythm, with ticking drums and deft keyboard interjections.



Mikey General Walker John
Heavy mid-eighties Maxfield Avenue sound. The flip is a sound-system tooling of Stalag, complete with rewind and sick synths. With the dubs for both.



King Kong Come Down
Highly recommended previously unreleased digi fire from the same sessions and mould as He Was A Friend.