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Don Drummond Gypsy Song
Heavy, slowed-down Green Island excursion, revisited as a duet with the mighty Lennie Hibbert. Originally a Down Beat dubplate special.



Soul Brothers Freedom Sounds
Stupendous, previously unissued rocksteady version of the monumental Skatalites scorcher from a few years earlier.



Monty And The Cyclones Summertime
A heavy, rumbunctious, rocking version by a young Monty Alexander, with a tasty eastern tang; plus a terrific rolling shuffle, on the flip.



Augustus Pablo Power Of The Trinity Dub
Utterly magnificent instrumental of Hugh Mundell's Time Has Come.



Addis Pablo Selassie
Augustus' son blowing beautifully over a finely crafted new dubwise rhythm, with glimpses of Sizzla and co on the flip.



Don Drummond Last Call
God's own ska. Cornerstone of the Far East in reggae. (No Augustus Pablo without it.) We put a dubplate mix on Studio One Scorcher; first ever time out for the second take here.



Soul Brothers James Bond Girl
Rollicking, mid-sixties, post-Skatalites ska thriller, led by Bobby Ellis and Roland Alphonso, with slightly different soloing to the original release. With the sweet, forsaken Summertairs: 'I love you, Errol.'



Roland Alphonso Sca-Balena
Tremendous, previously-unreleased takes of ska instrumentals by the Soul Brothers.
Rolando Al luxuriating in jazz; a Tommy McCook cha cha cha.



The Skatalites Ringo
Imperious detournement of Misora Hibari's fabulous enka song Ringo Oiwake, about a woman searching for work far from home, reminded of her mother by the fragrance of apple-blossom, crying. Her ska avengement.



The Skatalites Confucius
Blistering ska masterwork. Don D cuts a swathe with flashing analytical rigour. 'Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves,' he attests. 'To see what is right and not to do it is cowardice.'



The Skatalites Ska-Boo-Da-Ba
Fans say that The Skatalites' best recordings were made at Top Deck, where Justin Yap didn't watch the clock, and the musicians could smoke weed. This was the title-track and opener of the 1965 LP.




Tommy McCook Gold Finger
Tough 007 high jinks. DD and co flay flesh from bone on the flip.