‘I introduce myself as the rudest of all rudeboys, some people call me Dreader Than Dread. If anyone tries to stop rudeboys they will get sick in their head and will end up in the cemetery because they’ll be dead.’
His first record, leading a duet with Ken Boothe in 1966. Moody and soulful, with tough horns.
Upful, get-ready rock steady, with the High Priest sweetly vibesing the mic, Jackie Jackson locking it down on bass.