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We’ll happily listen to him sing, even.
Yellow vinyl!

Aka New York City.
Originally released on Burke’s, out of Brooklyn.

Great, delirious Satta in tongues.

The great man ponders the situation in Greece, Spain, and internationally; and calls out Angela Merkel. Thunderous dub.

Tremendous. Big Youth overflowing with good and righteous vibes; churchical organ, fruity trombone, punchy rhythm. Now… where’s that copy of Instant Coma?

Infectious, inimitable, suitably incoherent pot-stirring from the great deejay, over an ace dub of The Jewels’ Love And Livity.

Another batch of future classics from Dave ‘Mad People’ Kelly. Thrilling to have brand new JA records this good, after a bit of a drought. Digi killers, right under your nose.

Rollicking I’m Just A Guy deejay excursion about a bloke called Kipling with a shop in Constance Spring which is out of chicken (but can he sing). Syrians and Chinese, gather round. Ribbit.

Nuff niceness on a groovy re-cut of Shank I Sheck. Plus dub.

The one and only Terrible Cat on the flip.

Boops, 54-46 rhythm.

Ace clutch of Juke Boxxes on the Toots And The Maytals’ 54-46 rhythm, aka Boops; this one a fast-chat protest rap taking the flame from Super Cat’s mid-80s Cry Fi De Youth.