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Sixy Morris Me Nuh Response
Irresistibly body-rocking, early-nineties digi with vivid spaghetti detailing, as the unflappable Sixy keeps it holstered, and coolly rides west on a murderous b-line, rearin' and careerin' into the sunset.



Junior Murvin Make It And Set It
Biff! That sublime, inimitable falsetto atop a stupendous digital-Tubbys one-away. Self-produced by Junior in 1987 for Ruddock's Taurus imprint (though original copies are near-mythical).



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



Mystic Eyes Reality
Beautiful, close-harmony warning-tune loose, mystical and heavy. The Radics at Channel One with Scientist at the desk.



Naggo Morris Bootlegger
The Heptone on a rocking melodica version of Conquering Lion.



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.



Michael Palmer Dem A Lick Shot
The grizzly-monster original 1984 cut (not the Power House do-over), plus shoot-out dub; with a Steve Knight excursion on the flip.



Clarence Parks Things A Come Up To Bump
Tremendous, transformative interpretation of the Bassies at Studio One mournful, trenchant, rocking, heavy, dubwise, bad.



Clarence Parks Mt. Zion
Tremendous though unreleased mid-tempo killers yearning and moody, with the golden Radics touch; both songs with dubs.



Patrick Andy Don't Worry Yourself
Killer Channel One drums and bass, horns and organ stripped right back, just perfect, with ace singing, spare arrangement, chilled production. Posse Form A Line and Joker Lover excursions. Dubs, too. Lovely stuff...




Patrick Andy Join Me
Great, heavyweight Channel One gone to ground upon its original NY release; backed with a nice Revolution excursion. Both with dubs.



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.



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.



Junior Peterkin And The Idrens Babylon Take I Down
Superb one-away roots production by Lloyd Barnes for the singer's own imprint. No-prisoners organ; singing from the school of Pablo Moses.