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McWoner Nuh Fire It
Profoundly serious and intense, spiritual yet engaged, with tersely imperious musicianship and dubbing, both sides are total knockouts. Pop-a-top Channel 1 to rock your soul, whatever you're into.



Midnight Riders Posse Form A Line
Sublime, mid-tempo, vocal-harmony roots from Channel One.











Johnny Osbourne Reality
The ace singer riding top-notch dub-showcase Roots Radics business from Maxfield Avenue in 1984... unlikely to stick around.



The Overnight Players Shaka The Great
Massive, magnificent instrumental, sound-system murder since day one. The acoustic guitar is class.



Clarence Parks Things A Come Up To Bump
Tremendous, transformative interpretation of the Bassies at Studio One mournful, trenchant, rocking, heavy, dubwise, bad.



Clarence Parks Mt. Zion
Tremendous though unreleased mid-tempo killers yearning and moody, with the golden Radics touch; both songs with dubs.



Patrick Andy Don't Worry Yourself
Killer Channel One drums and bass, horns and organ stripped right back, just perfect, with ace singing, spare arrangement, chilled production. Posse Form A Line and Joker Lover excursions. Dubs, too. Lovely stuff...