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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.





James K Smith Riding West
Trump-card trumpet version of Joyride, aka Riding West.




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



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.'





Soul Defenders Band Jah Love
Sublime post-S1 vibes from Vin Morgan's band aka the rootical Underground Vegetables recording for New Era in 1984. Brentford Road scorchers like Selection Train to their name; countless monumental sessions.



Soul Syndicate Band Kings Highway
Majestic, jazzy, mystical roots.



Soul Vendors Last Waltz
With a sweet Hamlins on the flip. From the compilation Studio One Schmaltz, out in time for Christmas. Superior Dub Store pressing.