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The Renegades Knocking On My Door
The fledgling Wailing Souls, rocking steady but broken-hearted in 1966; backed with the perfect ska antidote, a previously-unreleased Hopeton Lewis pick-me-up.



The Tartans I'm Ready
Bumping rocksteady with a gospel, Toots flavour to the A; a little more booting rhythm and blues to the flip.



Mighty Soul Rebels Jah Jah Is No Gimmick
Unreleased mixes of this early eighties heavyweight from the MSR label.





Ras Michael And The Sons Of Negus Love Thy Neighbour
Fantastic, drunk-as-a-skunk Lee Perry productions.






The Tartans Dance All Night
Tasty rudeboy anthems from Cedric 'Congos' Myton, Devon Russell and co a dancehall tribute, a jailhouse portent. Double-bass in the place.



The Dynamites Fountain Bliss
Rudie gone soft. Irresistible love songs with simmering brass, splashing cymbals on the A; classy sax on the flip.



The Minstrels Hey There Lonely Girls
Pure loveliness from 1967 with an acappella version.



The Jamaicans Chain Gang
Bad Studio One ska a Sam Cooke cover by the Baba Boom crew, and a harmonica-instrumental rude-boy shout-out by Charlie Organaire. Via Drum And Bass in Osaka, with silk-screened labels. Killer.




Midnight Riders Youthman Invasion
Ebullient group-harmony, originally on Sonic Sounds' Thunderbolt imprint. Lovely stuff.



Midnight Riders Raise Again
Originally out in the mid-eighties on Under Pressure, this lays ace JA group harmony singing over a tasty, upful mixture of live and digi music-making, Sly And Robbie style.