Sid Bucknor supervising a mix of master musicians from the London scene and JA visitors — Rico, Tan Tan, Lester Sterling, Winston Wright and co. Ace versions of Rebel Woman and the Lumumbo rhythm for starters.
Three helpings of honest-to-goodness, early-seventies funky reggae from Clancy Eccles’ studio, featuring Winston Wright at the organ. This has a King Tubby on the flip. Good old CE, socialist through and through.
Ace rocksteady from the excellent, under-recorded singer. The one and only Joe Higgs lurking on the flip, hurting and wise as ever. Both backed by The Dynamites and produced by Clancy Eccles.
Jesus H. Dread… killer selection. An absolute must. Nuff riches, but surely worth it just for the Lazy Mood and Open Your Hearts double-header.
Top-notch rock-steady, sequel to Safe Travel. Bunny Lee and Phil Pratt productions for the Ken Lack imprint, with musical supervision by Tommy McCook, Lynn Taitt and Johnny Moore.