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Wayne Jarrett Come Let's Go
Ace, loose, mystical roots, with sick synths, slacky tidy guitar, and Jarrett pouring himself into the mic. With a thumping dub led by saxophonist Jerry Johnson.



Jezzreel Great Jah Jah
Taking its name from Jezreel, the Biblical city founded by the tribe of Issachar, where God is said to have cursed Ahab for his greed, this singing duos debut Wackies album is steeped in rasta spirituality.



Jezzreel All Depends On You / I Put My Trust
An intimate, spare do-over of the Spiderman rhythm which Yellowman was smashing with Operation Eradication: eight minutes of yearning and pleading, dosed with the stylings of the original Night Nurse himself.




Joe Axumite We Three Kings
Bullwackies basement session runnings, with Clive Hunt.



Love Joys Lovers Rock
Rhythm And Sound leading with trumps: this was the first in their Wackies reissue programme. Consummate lovers rock by cousins Sonia Abel and Claudette Brown originally from Brixton and classic Bullwackies.



Love Joys Reggae Vibes
The Love Joys' first album, initially released in 1981 on the Florida-based Top Ranking label: ten tunes produced and recorded at Wackies NY, ranging from lovers rock and uptempo dance vibes to roots and reality.



Lloyd McTaggart You're Back
Recorded around the same time as Leroy Sibbles' Revolution, this features the Love Joys' backing vocals, lots of 70s synth percussion, the weirdest trumpet part and a wicked version on the flipside.



The Meditations I Love Jah
The first release of a masterful album recorded by Bullwackies in the same heady months of 1982 which delivered the Love Joys' Lovers Rock and Junior Delahaye's Showcase LPs.



Sugar Minott Wicked Ago Feel It
During the period of this 1984 recording, Sugar Minott was arguably the brightest star in reggae music world-wide: this one's for those who like their Sugar unrefined, raw and uncut.



Sugar Minott Jamming In The Street
Out originally on Black Roots in 1983, this is warm, natural music-making from Sugar's Informer sessions, overflowing with dancehall vibes.




Sugar Minott / Horace Andy Wicked Ah Go Feel It / Musical Episode
From Sugar an essential, down-to-the-bone version of the foundation Real Rock rhythm. Featuring Jackie Mittoo and Bagga Stewart from Willie Williams' classic Armagideon Time cut, alongside Wackies' Itopia Crew.




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.



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