Tough lineup of Upsetters and early Tuff Gong dubs.
Lost album of reggae-soul by the young Kilburn-resident, recorded at the Black Ark in 1977. It fell through the gaps in Perry’s crumbling deal with Island Records — but here it is as originally planned.
Fantastic, drunk-as-a-skunk Lee Perry productions.
Magnificent, delirious Black Ark productions missing from all editions of the classic Love Thy Neighhbour set, except the very first. Crucial dubwise nyabinghi.
One Wayne Jobson at the Ark — that late sound — also Channel One, and with Spear’s Black Disciples at Jack Ruby’s studio.