Where do labels like Makasound dig this stuff up? More terrific reggae, saved from mere sidebar status, this time 'round from Leroy Brown. While you may have been lucky enough to come across Leroy's fantastic Color Barrier LP, much of which is included here, the likeliness is that you've heard him supporting other groups before he departed Jamaica for greener pastures. The nice, nice mid 70s material included here will make you wonder why Brown's name isn't at the top of the credits to more work, with fine support from Sly and Robbie, Horsemouth, Leroy Sibbles, Chinna Smith, Ansel Collins
, and Augustus Pablo, among others. 15 tracks in all, including "What A Fire", 2 versions of "Color Barrier", "Don't Give Up", "Rulers Of Babylon", 2 versions of "Money Barrier", "Stand Up Strong", "Mind How You Walk", "African Roots", "Time Of Decision", "Gone Gone", "Metro Pigs" and "Prayer Of Peace".
(Out of print.)