Timeless Black Art magic from the Cool Ruler. ‘Put away all the frownin an that awful screw…’
Classic, stuffed with Lee Perry monsters like War In A Babylon.
From the upcoming early-Upsetters compilation — Jimmy London doing over Eddie Floyd’s rhythm and blues hit with The Falcons. I Found A Love, though… that’s the killer Falcons.
An atmospheric Black Ark recording by Milton Samuels, with a genius Perry do-over supplementing the original Jah Dynasty sides.
Mature, classic, meandering Black Ark productions; and Kiddus’ greatest record. Reissued in fine style by Dub Store, Tokyo.
Treasures from the Black Ark, Aquarius and elsewhere — full of musical ambition — now available on vinyl too!
The comprehensive discography section is invaluable and awe-inspiring. Plenty of photos, too, albeit black and white.
Early Black Ark version — dubwise, raw, stripped, rebel music.
Exclusive dubplate version of Rainbow Country — rougher, slower, deeper than the Daddy Kool. ‘It’s clear he loved with Perry,’ declares Pressure Sounds’ indiscreet sales text, noting Marley’s committed performance.