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Timeless Black Art magic from the Cool Ruler. ‘Put away all the frownin an that awful screw…’

Great deejay LP from the Black Ark, Fever and Satta in the place.

Four-track seven, toasts with dubs.

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.

Incredulous Christmas sufferers.

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!

Lee Perry business.

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.