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Jim Brown
Love In The Dance

STUDIO ONE

Nuff niceness on a groovy re-cut of Shank I Sheck. Plus dub.



Lone Ranger Tribute To Marley
Irresistibly bumptious, dub-wise excursion on Solomon, with great backing vocals and percussion. More knees-up than eulogy. Do it Jah! (Big Spurs fan, Lone Ranger, by the way.)



Rapper Robert And Jim Brown Minister For Ganja
Party-wrecking, uproarious deejay-duel on Full Up, with an ace dub. 'Here in Jamaica we got the Prime Minister... we got the Minister Of Labour... We want a Minister For Ganja.'
Flash it!



Prince Far I Zacky The High Priest
Four heavyweight excursions. The vibesing Zacky is aka Survival, from the Ukhonto We Sizwe sessions. (Far I was murdered before the album could be finished.) The Junior Reid dub is absolute murder.




Trinity Vampire
Trinity's best record, from 1978. On a steppers Love Without Feeling dub-wise, clattering drums, blurting bass he chants himself into a lather about some bloke 'calling people roach'. Errol Scorcher?







Prince Far I Psalm 87
Further excursions on Black Oney's Jah Jah Send The Parson rhythm. Far I rides a stripped dub (originally for a Carib Gems LP); the straighter Oney return was first released in a tiny run of blanks. All three 1975....






Tiger Rap Pon Rydim
Utterly inspired, gale-force ranting pon a flashin' TR-909. The head-on, 1988 collision of harder-than-hard-core dancehall and ultra-raw Detroit techno. Soundboy will soil his winceyette onesie.