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



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



Steve Knight Orphan Child
The Midnight Riders' Raise Again again.



Frankie Paul That Love
Great early-eighties Channel 1 excursion on the same version of DEB's Revolution rhythm as Barrington Levy's Black Rose.



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.



Steve Knight Woman A Problem
Pious sex-pol, on a tuff Billie Jean lick. 'When you come home, a next man asleep in your pyjamas... and then you charge fi murder, Jah Jah know. The man them a worries but the woman them a problem.'



Hopeton Junior Reward
Awesome, dread cut of the mighty Worries In The Dance rhythm: deep-chilled, stripped, tooled... with its own dub.



Keithus I Dreadlocks I
An atmospheric Black Ark recording by Milton Samuels, with a genius Perry do-over supplementing the original Jah Dynasty sides.



Keithus I Save The Children
Swirling, cultured roots lament, with ringing piano and jazzy saxophone, and luminous vocal harmonies by the Voices Of The Trinity.




Little John False News
Terrific, rare Fight Fight excursion about doing a sho-w in Toronto-w, with tough freaking synths.



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.



Courtney Peddlar Jah Love
Heartfelt, blessed early-eighties Maxfield Avenue roots, in short supply from the off. Pressed from the original stamper, Digikiller-style: a few clicks at the start can't test rudie.