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There’s not much that needs to be said about this apart from pointing out the importance of King Jammy.
A look at the tracklist and a quick read of this excerpt from the sleeve notes should be enough to convince any self respecting reggae fan of the importance of these tracks in the history of roots music:
“When the definitive history of reggae of reggae is written the name of Lloyd James will surely stand with the all-time greats in due recognition of his complete control of the digital musical revolution of the ’80s. During the previous decade, though Jammy had worked with the legendary King Tubby at his Waterhouse studio where the sonic experiments emanating from ‘Dr. Satans’s Echo Chamber’ came to permanently transform preconceptions of how music could be made. The records on this set come from a pivotal time when, under Tubby’s tutelage, Prince Jammy was beginning to forge his own unique identity as a record producer.”

2 x 180gsm 12″, complete with full sleeve notes underlining the history of King Jammy’s and his associates.

Recorded at King Tubby’s, Harry J’s, Channel One and Jammy’s.
Complete all star line-up of instrument players, from Sly Dunbar to Tommy McCook –
Rhythms backed by The Aggrovators as well as The High Times Band.

Disc 1
Johnny Osbourne – Fally Ranking
Half Pint – Mr. Landlord
Black Uhuru – Tonight Is The Night To Unite
Frankie Paul – Children Of Israel
Junior Reid – Boom-Shack-A-Lack
Side Two
Earl Zero – Please Officer (12″ Mix)
Augustus Pablo – Pablo In The Moonlight City (12″ Mix)

Disc 2
Natural Vibes – Life Hard A Yard
Sugar Minott – Give The People What They Want
Junior Reid – Higgler Move
Hugh Mundell – Jah Fire Will Be Burning
Barry Brown – It A Go Dread
Side Two
Johnny Osbourne – Jah Ovah
Sugar Minott – Give The People What They Want
Junior Delgad0 – Liberation
Black Crucial – Conscience Speaks
Wayne Smith – Time Is A Moment In Space

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