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Michael Palmer Different Strokes
George Nicholson was a mainstay of Channel One at its height in the mid-80s, running his own Tasha imprint on the side. First of three excursions on the Strokes rhythm.




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.



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.



Carlton Livingston Tale Of Two Cities
His debut record, and arguably his best, with The Revolutionaries horny and tough. The dub runs the rhythm out of Babylon.



Stephanie Samuels Africa We Want To Go
Lovely female vocal version of The Gaylads' classic, complete with birdsong.



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



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



Bobby Melody Original Melody
Recorded at Channel One by the Black Roots Band a version of the studio's Fight Fight rhythm.





Aksumites Ark of The Covenant
Stunning mystical roots in the Bullwackies tradition. From the early eighties, a vocal trio from the Bronx, led by Andrew McCalla, fronting the New Breed; and mixed at Channel One. Just essential.



Mankind These Three Girls
All-time classic late-eighties digi from Sydney Francis and Dennis Fearon.
Digikiller on top form with this week's devastating double-header.



Mystic Youths Get Tricked
Top-notch nineties vocal-group digital roots, out originally on Leggo.



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