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Don Carlos
Prepare Jah Man

DIGIKILLER

Giddily deep re-cut of Brimstone And Fire, from the Reckless Roots Rockers compilation.



Azul Black Rose
Woozy, extended Clive Hunt instrumental. Piano-as-steel-drum. Pretty killer.



Jah Tuff Thriller In Manila
JT on the legendary fight; John Clark in a nostalgic mood, about an old friend. Both deejaying and singing are mixed in your face, over a nugget of vintage Wackies, gritty and unbalanced. Shimmy shimmy ya.



Jah Joe Dreadlocks Song
Joe Axumite chanting over hard, acidic, Wackies mysticism.








Bullwackies All Stars Black World Dub
Out originally in 1979, on the Wackies’ imprint Hardwax. (The original cover commemorated the first year of Honest Jon’s new reggae shop Maroons Tunes, Bullwackies’ UK distributor.)



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



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.



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.



Leroy Sibbles Now You're Gone
Megaton 1979 Soul Syndicate rhythm, the workings of Wayne Jarrett's Brimstone And Fire, put down in Jamaica, dubbed-up in the Bronx with deadly syndrums, synths, signature reverbed metal percussion. Raw soul.



KC White Selasi I
Sweet mellow roots from the man named after Kingston College, with some total classics under his belt from JA — No No No, Anywhere But Nowhere — before becoming a Wackies stalwart in NYC.



Horace Andy Dance Hall Style
Horace has made just three truly great albums: Skylarking, for Studio One; In The Light, for Hungry Town; and — with the biggest impact at the time, and by far the most contemporary — Dance Hall Style.



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