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Frankie Paul That Love
Great early-eighties Channel 1 excursion on the same version of DEB's Revolution rhythm as Barrington Levy's Black Rose.



Frankie Paul Worries In The Dance
No record is more vividly charged with dancehall. Frankie Paul at his peak, vibesing to the max on an awesome rhythm, setting off dogs, bottling the genie: early-eighties Maxfield Avenue gone universal and all-time...






Courtney Peddlar Jah Love
Heartfelt, blessed early-eighties Maxfield Avenue roots, in short supply from the off. Pressed from the original stamper, Digikiller-style: a few clicks at the start can't test rudie.




Junior Peterkin And The Idrens Babylon Take I Down
Superb one-away roots production by Lloyd Barnes for the singer's own imprint. No-prisoners organ; singing from the school of Pablo Moses.



Noel Phillips Youth Man Vibrations
An excellent Echo Minott LP for Jammys in 1981. Sly and Robbie, Deadly Headley, Winston Wright and co. The opener is a killer next take of the awesome Open The Gate Bobby Boy rhythm.



Noel Phillips Living In The Ghetto
From the Youth Man Vibrations LP, with a dub worries and problem on the World A Music rhythm.




Phil Pratt Sweet Song For My Baby
His first record, leading a duet with Ken Boothe in 1966. Moody and soulful, with tough horns.