A lost Jamaican harmony classic! By the late 70s, vocal harmony groups were beginning to fade from the Jamaican scene, as Dee Jays and dub plates ruled the scene, and the dawning of the dancehall era was just around the corner. But Prince Jammy
was still working
with some remarkable groups, and this classic LP of rootsy vocal harmony numbers was cut at the same time as Jammy
's seminal work with Black Uhuru. Somehow this choice set of sweetly voiced harmony got lost in the cracks, but thanks to the Pressure Sounds crew, it's been brought to the light of day once again. Fans of their great Royals reissue will this nice set, another wonderful Jamaican soul set! 16 numbers in all, including "Black Black Minds", "Know Yourself", "Jah Gave Us This World", "Peace & Rest", "The Girl I Left Behind", "Tell Me Why","How Long", "Poor Man Cry" and "Keep On Trying".