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Horace Martin Bad Boys
Horace 'Lawyer' Martin's next version to his own Me Rule classic. Produced by Winston 'Prince Huntley' Dakin, taking time out from his Modernize Printery, around the corner from Channel One.



Clive Matthews Apology
On the great Love Me rhythm, but with a message seemingly drawn from later in the relationship, and a different dub.



Clive Matthews Big Brown Eyes
Tough roots, wicked horns, killer dub.



Clive Matthews My Girl Has Gone
His first recording, originally released in the mid '70s on the Percival label, and recorded at Dynamic Sound with the Now Generation Band. Nice and chunky.



Clive Matthews Am Going Home
Only an unmissable next dub of the titanic Tell Me That You Love Me rhythm, for crying out loud.



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.



Midnight Riders Raise Again
Originally out in the mid-eighties on Under Pressure, this lays ace JA group harmony singing over a tasty, upful mixture of live and digi music-making, Sly And Robbie style.



Midnight Riders Me A No Gunman
Don't miss this. Trenchant, beautiful, rocking roots, with wailing sirens, soul organ and see-them-a-come civitas cut for Errol ET Thompson in the early 80's.



Midnight Riders Youthman Invasion
Ebullient group-harmony, originally on Sonic Sounds' Thunderbolt imprint. Lovely stuff.



Midnight Riders Cross The Border
Previously-unreleased, magnificent Channel One, with the Gladiators band backing the Riders' best Black Uhuru impressions.



Joe Morgan Basement Session
Deep, tough Wackies killer with giddily nostalgic lyrics about setting out at midnight to a packed New York blues party. Massive vibes; murderous dub.