Lovely stuff from Don Drummond, Tommy McCook, Roland Alphonso, Ernest Ranglin and the lads.
Beautiful, spare, gospelized sufferers from LJ and the Super Natural Six.
A generous portion of the Queen of Lovers, with classics like Consider Me and Where Have All The Good Men Gone.
Jennifer rides the Sidewalk Doctor rhythm with Woman Of The Ghetto lyrics.
Gorgeous Champagne King version; the bees’ knees of disco-reggae.
Irresistibly bumptious, dub-wise excursion on Solomon, with great backing vocals and percussion. More knees-up than eulogy. Do it Jah! (Big Spurs fan, Lone Ranger, by the way.)
A soulful scorcher, with The Wailers on back-up; and a Jackie Opel smash on the flip.