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Barrington Levy - Whom Shall I Be Afraid Of / Dub Plate Mix

Revolutionary Sounds

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Storming early 80's steppers, with a classic vocal from Barrington Levy, produced by Donovan Germain on the same rhythm as Cultural Roots 'Mr Bossman', and now served up again including previously unreleased dub plate mixes -

Ruff, tuff & dangerous roots tune.
That bassline coupled with the steady kicking drum, shakers and that Snare / Open Hi-hat combo has undeniable vibes, that bass & drum pumps so nice on a big soundsystem. Proper full charge roots business, this.
Barrington Levy comes forward with another infectious, perfectly pitched vocal about the power of faith in rastafarianism and an assurance in confidence in natural purpose on this earth. High-spirited positive roots vibes, you can't knock it.

Originally out in 1981 via Rub A Dub and Donovan Germain's Revolutionary Sounds, and now pressed up once more, including extra fierce dubwise cuts on the flip.
That 'Dub Bossman' cut, lifted straight from the acetate dubplate, is especially raw & thunderous -

Wicked tunes.

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