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Tony Tuff Dance In The Area
Another Chanting excursion, with its own version, previously out as a rare EIS ten from NY.



Tony Tuff Separation
The A was a Shaka dubplate special; the flip versions Truths And Rights, and was a Jahlove special. First time out for these monsters.



Uplifters Gallas Trap
Sublime, spare, haunting and mystical like a killer Viceroys, with blazing horns and crafted dub. Early-eighties one-away from Barry Bailey's Brooklyn imprint, via Channel One.



Wailing Souls Very Well
Utterly magnificent roots masterpiece, with extended dub.



Kevin 'Skie' Warrington It A Road Block
A heavy Channel One rhythm from the mid-80s, voiced in New York, produced by Mikey Jarrett.



Wayne Smith Dancing Machine
Two more Tashas tough rhythms, with killer synths. The dubs carry the swing.



KC White Selasi I
Sweet mellow roots from the man named after Kingston College, with some total classics under his belt from JA No No No, Anywhere But Nowhere before becoming a Wackies stalwart in NYC.




Ernest Wilson I Know Myself
Monumental tune... with three different dubs.



Flick Wilson Ready Fe Dem
In fine voice on a punchy, dubwise rhythm maybe the Gifted Roots Band from the mid-eighties.



Flick Wilson Vives
The fine singer lighting up a vintage Junjo and Roots Radics cast-off. Originally released in 1984 on Kulumi, under the artist name Dandy Lion (with the same typo in the title).



Flick Wilson Last Night
Moody, heavy lovers, detourned by FW's full-throated falsetto. Ace.



Delroy Wilson Give Me Your Love
You can't lose with Artibella, and this is a decent excursion by the great singer, with a lovely trombone-led version.



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