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Tough lineup of Upsetters and early Tuff Gong dubs.

The Supersonics — Ranglin, Drumbago, Lyn Tait and co, not forgetting the gypsy-violinist White Rum Raymond — on stone classic Bond Street rhythms; Duke Reid’s nephew Errol Brown running things superbly, dubwise.

The LP reissues the Cash And Carry original — mostly the dubs of Gregory’s Mr Isaacs album, The Revolutionaries mixed by Ossie Hibbert. The CD is filled out with flips of six Ossie Sound and Earthquake sevens.

The LP is the last six tracks short of the CD (from Shanachie).

The teenager at Impact! — awe-inspiring.
The record’s on Kaya.

The more expensive Shanachie has four extras.

Vintage Tubbys, with some Jacob Miller stuff for Inner Circle — and Shake Down.
Coloured vinyl. Get Down CD.

Dub masterpiece, our best-selling reggae album over the decades. Shanachie is the dearer and superior CD. Clocktower coloured vinyl and cheaper CD.

Cutting his teeth at Impact! with Clive Chin. Funky as gibbons, tight as arseholes. The Heptones, Dee Brung, Swing Easy. An absolute killer dub lesson… ‘Leave mi studio, sah!’ Crucial crucial crucial crucial.

Utterly magnificent instrumental of Hugh Mundell’s Time Has Come.