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Spiritual Movements Serious Time
A triple whammy of Harry J roots all three classy, deeply serious, excellent records. Here, Rudy Mowatt and Keith Goode (whose mighty Jah Jah Deliver Us was recently revived by Tuff Scout).



Steel An' Skin Reggae Is Here Once Again
Great, great rewind from Afro-Caribbean London, 1979. The 20th Century Steel Band compounds intricate Afro-Trini rhythms with reggae and dub, funk, disco and soul, not to mention the eco-operatics.



Steel An' Skin Afro Punk Reggae Dub
From our heartlands the late 70s Grove a stupendous mixture of stomping disco, dub and steel band, in its lineage crossing Ginger Johnson (from London Is The Place For Me) with The Twentieth Century Steel Band.




Still Cool To Be Poor Is A Crime
Sweetly rocking sufferers, UK lovers-style. Classic.




Studio One Groups
Black harmony killers every one, an embarrassment of riches all graduates of Sunday morning auditions at the Studio One HQ in Brentford Road from unknowns like The Consummates to masters like the Wailing Souls.




The Tamlins Baltimore
Monumental soul-reggae maybe the definitive version of the Randy Newman song (though probably a Nina Simone cover) in its full 12-inch glory, with a terrific old school rap from Welton Irie, and two dubs.



The Tartans Real Gone Sweet
The Tartans Prince Lincoln, Cedric Myton, Devon Russell and Berg Lewis.



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