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Wailing Souls
Fire Deh A Muss Muss Tail

TOPSHOT

Achingly beautiful version, prior to the Channel One.





Sword Of Jah Mouth Invasion
Mythical 1981 recording by the Mancunian eleven-piece, supervised by Prince Hammer. Reason was the sound-boy weapon. Compellingly off-kilter and atmospheric.



The Gladiators Bongo Red
Killer. Same school of dread, taut funk as Swell Headed. 'I man no say what next man say, I like to prove things for myself... I man don't like to get mix up.' Tough dub.



The Gladiators Rearrange
Heartbreaking 1974 prayer for social change, on The Cables' Baby Why rhythm.



The Jays And Ranking Trevor Queen Majesty
The Treasure Isle evergreen irresistible toasting.



The Three Tops Man Of Chances
Heart-melting, close-harmony rocksteady a dapper mixture of naivety and self-determination, beautifully expressed previously extremely hard to find on blue UK Coxsone. Flip's a winner, too.



The Viceroys Slogan On The Wall
Killer roots, with sublime singing, and nervily evocative playing and production.



The Classics Rock But Don't Fall
Aka the Wailing Souls doing Walk Walk Walk. Almighty reggae. On the flip, Alcapone bamboozles The Gaylads' beseeching earnestness with proverbs, yelps and nursery rhymes.



The Tidals Put Those Fools
Lovely, early-seventies, group-harmony reasoning, produced by Phil Pratt, following up Rebel Nyah.



The Mighty Abidjans Untamed
Defiant, sublime roots on a dreadnought rhythm, with full dub. Jaiq Sterling, Leonard Billings, Kingsley Irons and Glenford McLeggan with the Roots Radics at Channel One, in the early 1980s. Killer.



The Mighty Abidjans Don't Change The System
The great Untamed rhythm blighted by lame lyrics. Criss, straight percussion-and-bass version.



The Fashioneers Guiding Light
The first of the three Fashioneers sevens, 1975-80, before the group morphed into the The Mighty Abidjans. Leonard Billings, Jaiq Sterling and Pixley Brown with the Revolutionaries, plus hard Ernest Hookim dub.



Mystic Eyes Reality
Beautiful, close-harmony warning-tune loose, mystical and heavy. The Radics at Channel One with Scientist at the desk.



Wailing Souls Kingdom Rise Kingdom Fall
One of the best records ever made backed with What A Feeling.