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Bullwackies All Stars
Black World Dub

WACKIES

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.



Jah I Maz Freedom Is A Must
A Bullwackies masterpiece — haunted, reeling roots, saturated in hurt, confusion and resistance, with a knockout Baba Leslie-led dub — announcing Digikiller's mouth-watering new tranche of reissues from the studio....



Joe Axumite No Equal Rights In Babylon
Super-tough, odd, scrubby sufferers with some terrific, knackered piano and quaintly acquiescent lyrics. Giddily cavernous dub. Killer Wackies.



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.



Don Carlos Black Harmony
Recording as Jah Carlos in 1976. Massive, glorious Soul Syndicate rhythm, with blazing horns, soulful reasoning, tremendous dub. Another great record.



Jah Batta Argument
Upful dancehall vibes address topics such as vegetarianism, skin colour, school, good old-fashioned rocking the mic. One toast laments Batta's girlfriend running off with Sugar Minott.



Wayne Jarrett Showcase Vol. 1
Bullwackies recorded this album during the same weeks as Horace Andy's Dance Hall Style: two of the greatest vocal reggae LPs of all time.



Steve Reynolds Good Vibes
Wicked early-eighties Wackies, unsteady and moody, with a Hudson connection.



Reggae Super Star T-shirt
Black print on yellow.
'Signed Ras Senrab, President, John Clarke Fan Club, c/o Wackies House Of Music.'




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