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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.)



African Roots Act 1
Originally released on the Five Arts Label in 1977, then re-issued on Wackies in 1980, this album provides a register of producer Clive Hunt's work with a who's who of JA notables.



African Roots Act 3
Originally issued in 1983 — basically the dub counterpart of Sugar Minott's Wicked Ago Feel It album, and worth buying for the version of Real Rock alone.



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.



Horace Andy Exclusively
Vintage Wackies, and — spun out of Horace's all-time greatest album — unmissable.



Horace Andy Serious Thing
The Bullwackies cut of Horace Andy's Serious Thing eclipses on all sides the classic Bunny Lee version of five or so years earlier — Horace like an angel over a stepping roots arrangement with horns and effects.



Horace Andy Tribute To Bob Marley / Love Hangover
Tribute was originally released on the Top Ranking label in 1981, soon after the Wailer’s death in May. An outstanding cut on Sleepy's Exclusively album, issued the next year in London by Solid Groove.



Horace Andy / Naggo Morris / Wayne Jarrett Horace Andy Meets Naggo Morris / Mini Showcase
Three front-rank reggae singers — with extensive credits for such producers as Coxsone Dodd, Augustus Pablo and Glen Brown — whose work at Wackie's without question includes their very best. Originally two 10s.



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.



Azul Rockfort Rock
Featuring the flute of arranger Clive Hunt (and Mickey Jarrett's Black Atlantic anti-Klan toast on the flip), for many aficionados this is the premier version of the foundation Studio One rhythm, without exception.



Bullwackie Free For All
Out originally mid-70s on the Aires label, in a plain, stencilled sleeve, this is based around three cuts of the dreader than dread Free For All rhythm.



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.



John Clarke Visions Of John Clarke / Rootsy Reggae
Visions Of John Clarke was a little thrown together for its original release in 1979. Still, its sleeve carried a ringing endorsement from Bullwackies himself — 'President of the John Clarke Fan Club'.



John Clarke Visions Of John Clarke
See the CD entry, where this record is combined with Rootsy Reggae.



John Clarke Rootsy Reggae
See CD entry, where this LP is combined with Visions Of John Clarke.



Clive Field Marshall Poor House Rockers
On its original release in 1981, this deejay album sold out so quickly that Wackies was unable to supply his customary distributors outside New York; and it has been high on Wackies-collectors' lists ever since.



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