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Delroy Williams Think Twice
Run this alongside that Tubbys mix of No Entry out recently.



Lloyd Williams Because I Am Black
Knockout version of Syl Johnson's searing Chicago Soul classic, on the killer S1 rhythm behind Zoot Simms' Africa. Alcapone rides Nanny Goat on the flip, brilliantly lifting the mood. Play it back, Jack... Double a...




Willie Williams Sweet Home
Driving Shaka murder, fury and yearning mixed into a perfect marriage of digital and old-school music-making. Bagga Walker and a drum-machine tear up the dub. Complete with rare, ebullient Colarman toast.




Willie Williams Jah Righteous Plan
Terrific excursion on The Silvertones' Smile rhythm.



Willie Williams Come Make We Rally
Brilliant Sugar Minott production of the Yabby You song. Full-blown, busy, mazy, hard-rocking music. Great horns, tough dub. From 1981, originally on Black Roots; a Shaka favourite.




Frankie Wilmott I Won't Give Up
Great soulful digi, heavy and spare, from Jah Life in New York, via the Music House dubplates facility in London. The original seven was faulty, so this is about time.



Frankie Wilmott I Won't Give Up 12
The twelve-inch, with a different dub.



Ernest Wilson I Know Myself
Monumental tune... with three different dubs.



Flick Wilson Ready Fe Dem
In fine voice on a punchy, dubwise rhythm maybe the Gifted Roots Band from the mid-eighties.



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.



Flick Wilson Last Night
Moody, heavy lovers, detourned by FW's full-throated falsetto. Ace.



Flick Wilson Vives
The fine singer lighting up a vintage Junjo and Roots Radics cast-off. Originally released in 1984 on Kulumi, under the artist name Dandy Lion (with the same typo in the title).