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Junior Murvin Glendevon Special
Aka Junior Soul. Brawny, get-onboard rocksteady, with nyabinghi drumming throughout including a tasty break. A first sighting of Solomon, from Police And Thieves.




Junior Murvin Super Powers
The one-and-only JM denouncing international politrix over an expert, fresh, live-digi rhythm brittle and spare, but choca with deft touches.



Junior Murvin Rescue The Children
Junior Murvin aka Junior Soul's first, deadly version of the Upsetter classic is unmissable: inimitable delivery of a great song, on a tough, limber, rootical rhythm with ace trombone and a fine dub.



Philip Myers Getho Struggle
Deadly digi sufferers, arranged by Noel Davy from King Tubbys. A one-off on Daniel Senior's label, originally out in 1985, right on the cusp of the Sleng Teng revolution; finely reissued by Digikiller. A must.



Naggo Moris Su Su Pon Rasta, Tenement Yard
Reviving his Joe Gibbs classic. With a version from Trinity and Mafia And Fluxy dubs.



Naggo Morris Jah Guide
It's a shame this departs from the original twelve-inch format (on Joe Gibbs, for some reason), but... another Niney masterpiece, killer Heptone roots, any which way.



Naggo Morris False Rasta
Tearing, thunderous, vengeful, rootical steppers from 1982; a Shaka paradigm, fierce and super-heavyweight. The A rolls out dub annihilation; the B-side dubplate mix is dubwise from the start.



Naggo Morris Bootlegger
The Heptone on a rocking melodica version of Conquering Lion.



Naphtali Hole Up Your Hand
Brilliant, icy, rude-boy minimalism, ticking and clopping out of the Vibes Sounds studio in Mayville Road, Leytonstone, East London, in 1987. Blacka at the controls, Jah Warrior the apprentice dentist.



Naphtali Visionary Dream
Ace Jah Warrior revive from 1997.



Native Rockstone  Adventures with Lee Perry at the Black Ark
One Wayne Jobson at the Ark that late sound also Channel One, and with Spear's Black Disciples at Jack Ruby's studio.



Native / Little Madness Mother Country
Tommy Cowan business, originally on Arab.



Nereus Joseph Glory Glory
Stellar lineup, on a Prince Far-I.