real authentic 60's Jamaican ska sound. Jump up revivals, party dance jives,
revised traditionals and singerman boasts. Nice, nice time... put on
your dancing shoes! King Stitt is MC for the
Vintage Ska Mix 1963-67. One of our old mixes.
The original and authentic 60's ska sound of Jamaica. Its jump up
time... Featuring: Carlos Malcolm, Desmond Dekker & The Aces, Lord
Tanamo, Stranger Cole, Derrick Morgan, The Caridonians, Tommy McCook,
Basil Gabbidon, Lord Creator, The Skatalites, Laurel Aitkin, Bongoman
Byfield, Eric Morris, Prince Buster & His All-stars, Bobby Martell,
The Folkes Brothers, The Maytals, Bob Andy, Higgs & Wilson, Jackie
Mittoo, Jimmy Cliff, Drumbago's Orchestra, Bunny & Skitter, Bunny
Livingstone & Rita Anderson. Continuous mix.
Glen Brown & Friends - Ska, Rocksteady & Reggae Selections 1967-72.
The best of Glen Brown's early output as a vocalist alongside some
initial production efforts. Much of Glen's work focused on harmony duos
and groups in the 1960's, following a stint with Sonny Bradshaw's Jazz,
though he also did some wicked solo sides. He'd begun to experiment with
instrumentals by the 70's. Featuring duos as Glen & Dave (Dave Barker), Hopetown & Glen (Hopeton Lewis), Lloyd & Glen (Lloyd Robinson) Maxie & Glen (Max Romeo) and Glen & Jimmy (an obscure vocalist at the Upsetter camp - anyone know a who dat?), and fine sides from vocal groups Marcus & The Musketeers and The Graduates
(Glen Brown, Joe White & Trevor Shields). Labels: Doctor Bird, Fab,
Stag, Treasure Isle, Studio One, GGs, Coxsone, Harry J, Beverleys,
Flame, Bra, Upsetter, Darace, Shalimar and Glen Brown's own Pantomine.
SOUNDTAPE: Spaceport7 & Paul Rootsical Live @ Beehive Club Bradford 12 June 2015. Kaleidoscope: a night of dancehall reggae just yards from the old frontline & blues in Lumb Lane, Bradford. An irie crowd turned out and music play til past 3... Selectors Iain Spaceport7, Big Bri & Paul Rootsical mix up upfront dancehall, one-drop, reggae revival, roots and dub. A big thanks to everyone who came. You made it a good night. See y'all next month - 10th July....
The recording comes from the dj setup and not the PA output so unfortunately the mic is missing from the mix as are Big Bri's well crucial Upsetter & roots vinyl sets. We'll definitely put this right for next time.
King Volts - Live at the Tumble Inn1987. The legendary Newcastle/Bradford reggae band onstage in Bradford. Brisk, dub-heavy live sound. Solid, irie festival vibes.
Volts formed in 1984 in Fenham, Newcastle and were regulars on the
Northeast gig circuit during the mid-80s, supporting visiting acts like Black Roots. Anyone see them at the
Riverside? The band moved to Bradford in 1986 where they quickly built
up a local following alongside their King Volts Sound System while traveling to play at free festivals. Key
members emigrated and, sadly, the band split in 1987.
Volts reformed for a great reunion gig in 1988 at the 1in12 Club, Bradford, another memorable night.
to Igger, Martin, Cess, Steve, John, Andy, Mickey, Diccon, The Rootsman,
Larry and everyone. King Volts are still fondly remembered. If any of
you come on here, link up, leave a comment.... Paul.
Taken from the original PA tape. 58 minutes. Shame I lost the old Newcastle Demo tape.
Thanks to Iain for ripping this, bless man...Repost...
Travelling East - New Roots Mixtape 1997 - Part 1.
Roots & reality mixtape remaster from the original cassette
mixtape. A great year for roots reggae. Established nu roots stars like
Sizzla, Luciano, Capleton and Tony Rebel stand alongside veterans
Barrington Levy, Gregory Isaacs and Everton Blender, while emerging
talent like Morgan Heritage, Daweh Congo, Anthony B and Bushman come on
strong. A real highlight of that year was the Reggae Day at Finsbury
Park, London. A whole heap a artist come down - Beenie Man, Anthony B,
Everton Blender, Macka B, Earl 16, U-Roy, Danny Red, Mad Prof. etc.
etc... I missed (the ever-disappointing) Lee Perry as he was on at the
same time, on another stage from Beenie who was magnificent... no
contest who to watch there!
Riddim like Star Trail's Burning Bush & Lift Up Your Head, Heathen (Digital B), War (African Star), Collie Weed, Kette Drum & Slave Master (Jazz Jamaica).
Riddim: Mr Bassie (Xterminator), Revolution, Stepping Outta Babylon (Penthouse), Satta (Digital B & Manatee), more Burning Bush, Mount Jerusalem (Firehouse Crew) and the awesome Ghetto People Song (Flames).
PEACE MIX by DYNAMICDUO. Vital 2hr collection out on Mixcloud by the dynamic duo. We crying out for peace.. Eclectic, rootsy selection from Misty In Roots to Luciano and U Roy, Barrington Levy to Augustus Pablo and the Twinkle Brothers. Full discomix cuts with dub versions. MAXIMUM RESPECT SELECTOR!
Year 2 Year 12'' Discomixes 1988.
Crucial, uptempo collection of mainly hard-hitting dancehall tunes. All
but one of these tunes came out of Augustus 'Gussie' Clarke's Music
Works. Riddim like Rumours and Mind Yu Dis - vocal and dubwise. Clarke's
re-entry into the dancehall scene produced what was unquestionably the
freshest, richest, biggest sound to come outta yard since Jammys. Clarke
released upfront dancehall hits but also combined dancehall and lovers
rock to great effect. Wicked raggamuffin dub versions!
Continuous mix. 71 minutes.
Bonus 30 minute excursions pon the Rumours and Manners riddims with Lady G, The Mighty Diamonds, Josie Wales, Dean
Fraser, Gregory Isaacs, Ken Boothe, Home T, Hopeton Lindo, Dennis
Creary, Robbie Lyn, Johnny Osbourne, JC Lodge, Rebel Rockers, Jackie
Mittoo and Nadine Sutherland. -download-
Cultural Deejay Conference 2003. Deejays lead the line in 2003. Conscious reality over fresh one-drop and new roots riddim like the Herbalist, You Should Have Known (Black Scorpio), Monday Morning, Bobby Digital'sJava&Queen Majesty, Negust Negast (King of Kings), Sly & Robbie's Tabla and the heartical Zulu Chant. Version excursions...
Wha the World Gone To... Strictly conscious, positive vibes from St. Andrews rootsman Richie Spice 1998-2008. His first hit, Earth A Run Red on the Sweet River Rock
(1998), took a few years to register. Its sunny melodies and solid
rootsiness kinda worked its way into the consciousness, eventually being
recognised as a sufferers classic with its apocalyptic world visions
from the street. This essential theme is returned to with strings of
tunes over the years; World Is Troubled, 9-1-1, Trouble Deh Abroad,
World Is A Cycle, Upside Down, Wha The World Gone To, Trouble In The
World, World Crisis, Youths Are So Cold, Blood Again and plenty others... One of the top conscious artists of this millennium.
Na na na na na na naaa!
BIG riddim like Jah Love, Truth & Rights, World Jam, Giddimani, Passion, Righteous Youths, First Born, Real Rock, None A Jah Jah Children, 5th Element, Ali Baba,...
Combination and version sharing with Chuck Fender, Jah Mason, Choppa
Chop, King Kong, Chezidek, Anthony B, DYCR, Fantan Mojah, Lutan Fyah,
Capleton, Perfect, Little Hero, Jah Cure, Chrisinti, Turbulence, Major
Chris, Luciano, Bascom X, Etana and Bonner brothers Spanner Banner &
Pliers. 54 tracks, 26 riddim, 24 producers...
Irie & Mellow 1998.
Uptempo collection of crucial reggae hits from the mid-late
90s. Real mixed bag... lovers, roots, dancehall, ragga and mainstream
reggae. Some great cover versions. Leads with the Beres Hammond hit from
way back in 1982 (I played the tune a lot back then... Wicked!) and
then switches straight to 90s selections with Frankie P's I Got The
Vibes. Nuff other highlights, like Luciano's Its Me Again Jah &
Your World and Mine, Garnett Silk's Ebony & Ivory, The Rod,
Goofy & Red Rat's hilarious Big Man Likkle Yout and some great
sides by Sylvia Tella.
CD1: Riddim like Let Him Go, Boops, Babylon Cowboy, Seek & You Will Find, Fattie Fattie, Rich & Shine Eye Gal.
CD2: Riddim: No No No, Land of Love, So Much Things to Say, Rainbow Country, Bam Bam, Mr Bassie, Fever Pitch, Sun is Shining & Journalist.
Continuous mix. Total 159 minutes. Repost... -download cd1- -download cd2-
Silverback Gorilla - Nu Roots Mixtape 2015. Latest conscious reggae selections & fresh ganja tunes on some killer riddim old and new. Named after the popular new indica strain. Looks so sweet you could eat it...
Highlights three massive new rhythm tracks. Oneness Records come with the Retro Locks, a rocking update of Bim Sherman's Golden Locks, with strong cuts by Iba Mahr, Dre Island, Mark Wonder and Glen Washington who sings the Sherman original. Gappy Ranks teams up with Suga Roy & Conrad Crystal. The Ram Jam - Fattie Fattie (Silly Walks) finally drops with big tunes from Chronixx, Ras Demo, RC and emerging singers Clay and Dalton Harris. Pure feelgood party vibes when Protoje meets Sara Lugo on I Really Like You. This riddim's gonna mash it up this summer. Inner Circle's relick of the Tenement Yard is already a hit for Chronixx. Assassin aka Agent Sasco does a hebalist cut inna wicked 90s deejay style.
Two Ghetto Youths Int. riddims here... Stephen Marley is on the Sun Is Shining while Wayne Marshall's controversial On The Corner is built around REM's Losing My Religion. Kabaka Pyramid takes a shot at 'mr politician man' on the same rhythm. Norris Man and dancehall-crossover artist Mark Balet also aim on Politicians and Running. Special request to the election-weary... Sudden Flight, the latest hit from Protoje's hot new album Ancient Future for Overstand, rides a crucial relick of the Gunshot alongside Jesse Royal & Sevana. Micah Shemaiah, Hempress Sativa & Jahkime whip up a roots session vibe on the Prince Far I/Adrian Sherwood Tempo version. The original from the Cry Tuff Dub Vol. 3 LP 1980 - one of the greatest dub albums ever - is in the mix. Levi Roots does an irie update of Roman Stewart's Rice & Peas.
The MARCH TOWARDS LEGALIZATION seems to have inspired more than the usual number of weed tunes recently. After several cuts on the Tenement Yard we revisit Chronixx on the Cultivator from 2013/14 (Royal Order) with additional tracks by Bobby Hustle, Pressure, Sizzla, Mykal Rose and Perfect's funny Smoke Alarm. Every day a four20! Chronixx also comes together with the Mystic Revealers for Herb Must Legalize Now. Staying with the same theme Protoje & Winta James' great remake of Zap Pow's Bubblin' Over is brought together here with the 70s original. UK dancehall artist Stylo G does a nice Sugar Minotttribute on the Mr DC. Jesse Royal cool up him nerve on the Diamond Sox (Notis) and Keida sips Ganja Tea with Rory Stonelove. Passenger Seat by RC is on a Penthouse lick of an early 80s (Junjo?) riddim. Its been killing me trying to remember the original. Was it the Wailing Souls? Can anyone help me with this one???
We revisit Royal Order's killer relick of the Channel One dancehall classic Worries in The Dance,renamed War Is In The Dance,
with cuts by Pressure, Bobby Hustle, Gappy Ranks and the amazing Stand
For Something by Keida as well as the original Frankie P scorcher
(Hitbound). Lustre Kings come with the dubstep-roots flavoured Junction riddim. Equally rootsy is the Jah Warriah
(Zion High) with conscious vocals from Jahdan & Pressure,
Batch, Niyorah, Jah Mali and one by Lloyd Brown from last year's
excellent Rootical album. Keyboards interplay nicely with live horns on
the Reggae Root (Kheil Stone). Kabaka Pyramid & Chronixx team up with the Ghetto Blues. Duane Stephenson gets in the groove on Bunny Wailer/Roots Radics' Cool Runnings (Kongstar).
There were a few interesting roots lps in 2014. Included here are two songs by Netherlands-based singer Rass Motivated who released his impressive debut album Who Am I. Hear it on Soundcloud. Norris Man collaborates with the Hot This Year Band
on Real, his 2nd album for Partillo & Lancealot for a great
live sound throughout. Two tracks are featured, including an irie
collaboration with veteran deejay U-Brown. Hear the full album on Soundcloud here. Panama rootsman Likle Mystic released an excellent 2nd set with producer Ziggy Blacks this year, the Island In The Sun EP. Jah Cure's upcoming Rasta lp should be good judging by the single Rasta Is Passing Through. Pressure Busspipe
was back at his best this year with a chain of ruff tunes & two
good albums, including the musically diverse Africa Redemption (Yard
Vybz). Jahdan Blakkamore also came strong. Another contender is Addis Pablo's In My Father's House, sister to Chezidek's Order Of Melchezidek on Jahsolidrock. Penthouse artist RC (Righteous Child) and young blood Yung J.R. broke thu...
Who Can Feel Must Hear Mixtape. Heavy roots selections 2014.
Starts with Iba Mahr's Glory Of The King on a wicked Channel One style rhythm (Royal Order) then a Bushman classic 'Knowledge' on the Trying To Conquer Me (Ruff Cut 2001). Island Life records come with yet another roots scorcher, the Who Can't Hear Must Feel, an update of Santic's Problems/Lovers Mood
with cuts by Richie Spice, Lutan Fyah, Everton Blender, Luciano, and
the brilliant 'So Hard' by Adventurous. Killer dub version also.
Ffrenchie's Imperial Crown (Maximum Sound) is a rootsdub style
keyboard-driven rhythm featuring uplifting melodica from Addis Pablo and
some conscious vocal cuts. King Tubbys Dub Plate Style (also Maximum Sound) is another updated classic, this time Striker Lee's Ali Baba.
'Trials & Tribulation' by Ras Demo is classic roots. Bury the
barber...! Stingray bring back the Brentford Road vibes with Freddie
McGregor for a fresh relick of the Bobby Babylon/Hi Fashion riddim. Another Studio One veteran Johnny Osbourne makes a welcome reappearance with reality tune 'Why' on the Way Back (Akom) alongside Lutan Fyah, Million Stylez and Lukie D. NYC band Morning Sun & The Essentials stay with the reality on Highrises (End Of Era). Hear the Love Agenda EP on their soundcloud page. Mykal Rose & Treson combine for Life On The Rocks
(Pha Real). Good to hear Natural Black back on form on 'If You Did
Know' for Jammys. Pressure, Tarrus & Junior Gong blaze it up on
'Mental Disturbance' taken from Busspipe's Africa Redemption LP for Yard Vibes.
Continuous mix. 79 minutes.
-download- (includes 2 promo songs by Likle Mystic)
Rootsical Vibrations - Roots Rockers from the Late 70s - Vol. 1. 1975-80.The first of four older 7'' and 12'' roots compilations back by popular demand (lol). Hits and rarities from the rockers era. Sly & the Revolutionaries feature heavily through all 4 cds.
Full length scorchers inna discomix style with blazing versions, dubs
and deejay cuts. Riddim like the Pure Ranking (King Tubby), Lopez Walker's Send Another Moses, Freedom of Movement by the High Lites & Sons of Jah, the Channel One take of the Far East, Sonia Pottinger's Fig Root (Reggae George), Black Uhuru/Prince Jammy's Time To Unite and an extended mix of Dr Alimantado's Born For A Purpose. Very early Eek-A-Mouse outing - 1975 - on My Father's Land. The horns-driven Ras Ibuna & Jah Woosh Diverse Doctrine.is a major classic as is His Majesty Is Coming by The In Crowd...
Rootsical Vibrations - Roots Rockers from the Late 70s. Part two of the rockers era mixtape. 1978-80.
More 7 and 12 inch roots hits and rarities in full length discomix
format - nuff versions, dubs and deejay cuts, Channel 1 style... Features a killer D. Brown-Dillinger counteraction on Jah Is Watching (Niney). Big excursions on the Weather Balloon (Channel One) Linval Thompson's Never Push Your Brother & the Blackstones' Open The Gates. Mystic Eyes team up with Jah Thomas for Reality on Jah Life. The Tappa Zukie & Knowledge 12'' Make Faith and the Earl 16 original Malcolm X are here also.
Rootsical Vibrations - Roots Rockers from the Late 70s - Part Three.
1978-80. More 7'' and 12'' roots hits and
rarities inna discomix format. The usual heavyweight dubs and deejay
versions... Features Gregory Isaacs' counteraction with Prince Far-I on the Uncle Joe. Other excursions on Bim Sherman's Golden Locks (watch out for the new cut - Retro Locks by Oneness Records - its on the latest nu roots mix I'll be dropping later this week), Lacksley Castell/Augustus Pablo's Babylon World, Black Uhuru's Rent Man, Tappa Zukie's Bosrah, the Wailing Soul's War, and the heavenly Lift Up Your Conscience (Israel Vibration).
Rootsical Vibrations - Roots Rockers from the Late 70s - Part 4. 1977-80. More heavyweight rockers selections with dread dub and deejay counteractions. Includes excursions on the Revolutionaries' PLA riddim, Niney's Slave Master, Tappa Zukie's Freedom Fi Natty, Augustus Pablo's Freedom Train and D. Browns' Drifter. King Miguel & Sugar Minott 's classic World of Sorrow is on the Full Up. Crucial early Eek-A-Mouse selection No Wicked Can Reign (Quality 7''). Ricky Storm's Zion Pathway is produced by father Leslie Kong. Bucket Bottom by Prince Alla and the Meditations' Fly Your Natty Dread are longtime faves of mine.
Late Night Blues - SiamRootsical 7'' & 12'' Vinyl Selections. Another bonafide selection of rips from my collection and some captured back when we used to trade in reggae records. This ya one brings together some great sides from the late 70s into the early 80s and has a definite rub-a-dub flava. Who remember the days of the basement blues? A cellarfull of bass bins, selector, operator and mcs bunched up in the corner, special brew at a pound, the crowd moving while smoke fill the place like a London fog! There was an exhilarating; revolutionary vibe going down in the UK back then - fi real! David Jahson's Raving is a good reflection of the vybz of the time. Some rarities here like the undated, uncredited Ganja War on the Spiderman label (Musicism Alll-Stars?) which has a Black Ark feel to it. TT Scott's Children Of Zion on Cloud and Lion Youth's Chant Inna Dance on Virgo. The Memory Of Justice Band (Cayman Islands) hit Me And My Crew takes a look at forced slum redevelopment. Two good sides from deejay Mikey Jarrett including the brilliant Reggae Music alongside Tony Jackson. This World Love and Hate captures Leroy Smart at his very best.
Mainly JA & UK productions alongside the sound of Wackies & Clive Hunt outta the US. Features a BIG excursion on the Don Carlos classic Late Night Blues with crucial versions by Cornell Campbell, Ranking Dread and Junior Reid. Both cuts of Icho Candy's signature tune Captain Selassie are here - the Joe Gibbs original on the Shank-I-Shek & the tuffer, essential lick on the Heavenless (Jwyanza). The 7th Extension Band also get on the Shank-I-Shek for the roots-dancehall killer Hard Times. The Revulutionaries come with an interesting track from the Came, Saw, Conquered LP blending 2 riddim - the Heavenless & Sitting And Watching together. Sugar Minott all-time classic Rough Ole Life rides the M16. Lloyd Jones' relick of his Studio 1 hit Rome from Clive Hunt's Ruff & Tuff Showcase LP is a real 80s gem. The B-side of the Gregory Isaacs Night nurse 10'' is a very dubby remix of Material Man. Meanwhile Yellowman calls for Mr. Isaacs' release from GP (coke charges) on the Storm.... Gregory heng on...
Year 2 Year 12'' Discomix Collection 1978.
. The original, first instalment of the Year-2-Year mixtape series that spans the years 1978 - 1993. I put these together some years ago to compress some of the 12'' versions in a collection which had otherwise lasted hours and hours and hours, making them more accessible... Roots
& culture is the order of the day here, split between Ja and UK
productions. Yard selection backed by the Revolutionaries. Vocals and dubs inna classic discomix style. Productions from Joseph Hoo Kim, Lloyd Patten, Chris Cracknell, I-Haicideons and Keith Hudson.
Year 2 Year 12'' Discomix Collection 1979.
Strictly roots & culture and rockers music, mostly outta Channel
One and Joe Gibbs. UK roots rocking from Capital Letters. As always nuff vocal, deejay and
CD 1: Riddim like the Lion & Tiger (LinvalThompson), Born For A Purpose & Sitting In The Park (Dr Alimantado), African Love (Jah Bunny) and Satan Army Band (Jammys), The Morwells come with the Heart & Soul, Thief A Man, Sticks Man, Love Me Forever and the Ba Ba Boom. Productions from Prince Jammy, Jah Bunny, Joseph Hoo Kim, Dr. Alimantado, Mickie
Scott, Chris Cracknell, Dubmasta and Linval Thompson. Rhythm tracks by The
Revolutionaries, Morwells Unlimited, The Rebels and Agrovators.
CD2: Predominantly roots rockers
vibes continue alongside the emerging roots-dancehall style with experimentals from Keith Hudson. Riddim like the Jah Love With I & Bad Days Are Coming (Johnny Clarke), Love Won't Come Easy & Black Gun (Rockers), Rockfort Rock (Linval Thompson). Get In The Groove (Mikey Scott), Nah Skin Up & Felt The Strain (Keith Hudson) and Englishman (Volcano). Nyabinghi meditations with the Ethiopian Blood Relatives. Riddims from The
Revolutionaries, The Roots Radics and Rockers All-Stars. Engineering/dub mixes by Phillip Robinson, Chinna Smith and Keith Hudson.
Yabby You Vibration Tribute - Vivian Jackson Productions 1972-85. This one's been in the making for over 4 years, since the great singer and percussionist's passing in 2010. I got slightly carried away as there are about 180 track snippets here. Jackson's songs stand out in the roots genre for the level of humility and biblical imagery. He also comes across as very sincere and, like all the great songwriters, many of his songs were evidently penned in response to immediate personal experiences - check Blood A Go Run Down King Street for one! A long-running collaboration with King Tubby lends a harder, tuffer edge to the dubs and deejay cuts. Other mixes by Scratch, Scientist and Prince Jammy. Backing band - the Prophets All-Stars - comprised the cream of JA session musicians, man like Horsemouth, Family Man, Sly & Robbie, The Gladiators, Augustus Pablo, Chinna, Pablove Black, Ansel Collins, Skully.... Mighty horns from Viv Gordon, Bobby Ellis, Dirty Harry and Tommy McCook, who's flute playing adds vastly to the uplifting/devotional vibes. Vocal harmony from the Prophets (Jackson, Alaric Forbes & Bobby Melody). Rhythm tracks recorded at Channel One, Harry J's, Joe Gibbs, Dynamic, King Tubby's and Black Ark.
In-house chanter Trinity adds to the righteousness throughout with some of his best work. He's joined by fellow deejays Dillinger, Clint Eastwood, U Brown, Stepping King Miguel, Tapper Zukie, Jah Stitch and Big Youth on some of the Prophet's biggest tracks. Big Youth's Lightning Flash Weakheart Drop aka Yabby Youth on the Conquering Lion is a major classic. Other big riddims include the Jah Vengeance, Black Is Our Colour, Death Trap, King Pharaoh's Plague, Pick Up The Pieces, Gang War, Every Tongue Shall Tell, Heptones Gonna Fight, Judgement On The Land, Run Come Rally, Born Free, Anti-Christ & Warn The Nation. While these are all classics, Deliver Me From My Enemies and Conquering Lion are probably the most evocative..
Yabby You produced important LPs for Michael Prophet, Tony Tuff and Wayne Wade and nuff great tunes for a host of other artists like The Melodians, Patrick Andy, Barrington Spence, Horace Andy, Cornell Campbell, Dicky Burton, Lenroy Swaby, Michael Rose, Errol Alphonso, Junior Brown and Willie Williams. Tommy McCook leads on many superb instrumentals including Love In Zimba on the Shank-I-Shek and an amazing guitar-flute-horns duel on Babylon Fall. Leroy Smart voiced several Prophets riddims though there must have later been a colossal misunderstanding (lol!) leading to Yabby You teaming up with Wayne Wade and Clint Eastwood for a major dis - Ballistic Dreadlocks.
Attack Records UK 7''Vinyl Selections - Part 4 - 1975.
The fourth of five sets of Attack singles from the 1970s, this one
draws exclusively from their 1975 output, well within the label's golden era (74-75).
from Lee Perry, Lloyd Campbell, Niney, Tony Robinson, A. Ranglin,
Winston Riley, Earl Chinna Smith and Bunny Lee in particular. Classic
riddim like Tony Robinson's Curly Locks & Strange Things (killer Big Youth tracks), Winston Riley's Mission Impossible and A. Ranglin's Fattie Bum Bum. Nuff Bunny Lee selection fall with theCold I Up/The Ruler,Don't Cut Off Your Dreadlocks, No Woman No Cry, Jah Jah Bless The Dreadlocks, Nice and Easy, Fi We Rock, and a lick of Burning Spear's Tradition. Bunny & Ricky come with the classic herbalist Bushweed Corntrash (Lee Perry). The Agrovators 'flying cymbals' sound is highlighted on a whole heap a King Tubby versions.