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Michael Prophet You Are A No Good
Channel One murder. Burning horns, thundering bass, signature touches like the strangulated guitar; impassioned singing, angry and hurt. Scientist nails the dub... Dance Of The Vampires.





Linval Thompson Six Babylon
His tough third LP, recorded with the Revolutionaries at Channel One, at the end of the 70s; mixed by Scientist at Tubbys and Douglas Levy at Bullwackies.



Linval Thompson Linval
On a hard set of Revolutionaries rhythms, including a version of his mentor Johnny Clarke's Ride On Girl. Originally out on dodgy ole Burning Sounds in 1979; now on coloured vinyl from dodgy ole Clocktower.



Anthony Ellis Double Minded Man
Sublime spiritual roots, late Studio One style (though 'I Am The Ruler' Ellis aka King Rocky cut some top-notch rocksteady there, too). It would have fitted well on the Studio One Disco Mix compilation. Murder.



Lloyd Jones Get Up And Try
Beautiful, spare, gospelized sufferers from LJ and the Super Natural Six.






Keith Wilson God I God I Say
Tremendous roots version of The Rulers' awesome JJ-rocksteady Let My People Go.





Zoot Simms Small Garden
Sublime, rootical, elliptical warning about a variety of blistering, dangerous pest all of us have to cross vines with. The small garden that gathers the bitter weed. Enid on backing vocals. Lovely and profound.