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Kiddus I Security In The Streets / Too Fat
Mature, classic, meandering Black Ark productions; and Kiddus' greatest record. Reissued in fine style by Dub Store, Tokyo.



Kiddus I Rockers: Graduation In Zion, 1978 - 1980
Treasures from the Black Ark, Aquarius and elsewhere full of musical ambition now available on vinyl too!



Kiddus I Crying Wolf
Black Ark recording.



Kiddus I Graduation In Zion (Cheer Up)
Previously unreleased long version of the song from Rockers beautifully presented in silk-screened sleeves by Tokyo's Dub Store.



Kiddus I Jah Power, Jah Glory
First time out for this plaintive roots, recorded at Tuff Gong in 1979, and featuring Wailer Al Anderson's fine acoustic guitar playing.



Kiddus I Give I Strength
Limber, improvisational twelve-minute version, never before released, complete with an instrumental cut.



Kiddus I Fire Burn
Nine minutes of Tuff Gong jazzy dread, set to the b-line Bunny copped for Amagideon.




Brenton King Jah Is A Black Man
Vintage roots from the UK veteran (who's on the other side of Rico's Stoke Newington Hop, for Count Shelley in 1975). Bit basic.





King Kong He Was A Friend
A grieving 1988 tribute to Tenor Saw, this is the killer Kong. Driving, hard, haunted and sombre, with nervous, grubbing synths and ringing claps, and a lethal bass-line a stone classic.