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Anthony Selassie Variety
Late-eighties Callo Collins production of the Youth Promotion cohort.



Leroy Sibbles Now You're Gone
Megaton 1979 Soul Syndicate rhythm, the workings of Wayne Jarrett's Brimstone And Fire, put down in Jamaica, dubbed-up in the Bronx with deadly syndrums, synths, signature reverbed metal percussion. Raw soul.



Garnett Silk Every Knee Shall Bow
Magnificent.
Originally out on Callo Collins' 2-Hyped.



Sir Harry Power House
Terrific organ-and-bongo excursion on Touch My Soul, with more of a Studio One feel to the mix.



Leroy Smart Love Me Tonight
Leroy Smart on tough, mid-tempo Channel One is a hard act to follow... but female deejay Super Chick steals the show on the flip, smashing Fight Fight. Murder.



Suru Board Serious Thing
1987 digi typhoon from Tuff Gong, and the production team of Denzel Bowford and Trevor Bow, heavy-bolt crossbow of Hope Road.



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.



The Invaders Conquering Lion
The legendary Coxsone Sound dubplate — a gorgeous close-harmony roots enchanter — voiced and mixed by King Tubby for Prince Jazzbo's Ujama imprint. Bim!



The Invaders Heaven And Earth
The Greenwich Farm and Trenchtown youth return ineffably to the Conquering Lion rhythm for their own label, with a much fuller sound than the Ujamas. Fab.



The Invaders You Touch My Soul
Gotta be the Sound Dimension — Mittoo, Vin Gordon on deadly form — behind the sublime harmonizing. Sir D moves over for Sir C, who ups the guitar and vocals, keeping things more clean and tidy than usual.



The Invaders Story Of Love
Sweetly formal, early-seventies doowop-reggae-soul, with lovely harmonies and organ, backed with a shark-attack rootical deejay cut in Amharic.



The Invaders After A Storm (Beyond That Dark Cloud)
Nice gospelized harmonies… with a touch of The Lecture to the flip-side sufferers.



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.



Thriller Too Much Racket
Karat Jarrett re-running Scion Success' Young Africans: reality vibes from a young Thriller, heavy lovers from Wayne Jarrett. Both sides dubwise; all music previously unreleased. Royal Channel One lineaments.