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Hue B Give Thanks And Praise
Spiritual vibes blowing in from East London on Roy Dobson's Our Roots Are In Africa.



Carl Meeks Tuff Scout 10
Riding a new version of killer Roy Dobson roots with the lyrics of his Photographer classic... but actually it's the flute-led dub which does it for us.



Joe Higgs You Hurt My Soul
JH has ample hurt and soulfulness in his great voice to express this song with tasty horns, and a little Maytals in the vocal arrangement. Tough Taitt instrumental on the flip.



Don Henry As Long As I Live
Sweet, uptempo rock steady from Henry Buckley, in 1968, with backing from The Gaylettes. A more rootsy, Biblical edge to the B-side, which was originally coupled with Roland Alphonso's How Soon.



Wayne Wade Poor And Humble
The Radics at Channel One; mixed at Tubby's by Scientist. The title track is the business.






Cocoa Tea Weh Dem A Go Do... Can't Stop Cocoa Tea
The key Tea with Junjo and Scientist, the Radics and the High Times Players. A little loud.




Jennifer Lara Studio One Presents
A generous portion of the Queen of Lovers, with classics like Consider Me and Where Have All The Good Men Gone.




Tilly And Larry Jah Gave Us Everything
Superb roots, tough dub. A dilly from Tilly. Larry nuh tarry.



Rupert Deeble And The Ebonaires Tribulation
Another terrific Larry Marshall roots. Deeble ain't feeble.