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Elijah Selassi Hi
Sweet, hymnal, one-away two-parter from Elijah, out in the seventies on the New York label Waricka and in the UK on Ackee. KC White has a version, too; also available from Digikiller.



Bobby Ellis Tension
Tuff, burning-horns, instrumental militancy with a dose of the Channel Ones, and a very nice, woozy dub.



Enforcer Pension
First time out for both sides, including dubs.



Enforcer Bad Boy
A key Enforcer with two different dubs, and an impassioned, previously-unreleased Little Roy piece.



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....




Dizzy Flemming Resurrection
Deadly, swaggering horns instrumental, dripping with jazz and funk bad manners, produced by Mikey Jarrett and Lloydie Prince in the early '80s. Originally on Man Dingo, out of New York; thrashed by Shaka.



Forces That's Not Right
Top, politically trenchant, close-harmony roots from the start of the eighties, originally on Alphonso Bailey's Free Slaves imprint.



Ghetto Connection Strugglers Time
Mellow sufferers' out originally in 1979 on the Strugglers and Jah Life labels, in JA and NY.



The Hax Duppy
Most essential of the first three Leggos reissued by Digikiller.




The Hax Nah Fatten No Roach Fe Fowl
Limber bubblers, with some nice, moody vibes-playing, and chewy reasoning from Carlton Lafters, in a Tenor Saw style and fashion.



Deadly Headley And Asher Drums Of The Arab
Killer Cry Tuff melodica lick of Drum Song.



Milton Henry Follow Fashion
Deadly, hissing, dubwise treatment of the same Fever whip as Famine Time, with its own unique dub worth the price by itself. Sexist nonsense, mind.



Don Hickey Cooperate
Late-80s digi, with a rhythm inspired by Billie Jean, and vocals cribbing Black Uhuru.