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✨✧ Inner CircleBad Boys ... CD
Big Beat, 1993. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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Lee PerryWonderman Years ... CD
Trojan, 1971. Used 2 CDs ... $24.99
In all the various personas Scratch has gone through, this is perhaps our favorite, as the black super hero Wonderman, releasing loads of hot jams on the comic book inspired Justice League imprint. This 2 disc set collects 49 tracks from that brief period, some of his best early 70s numbers, including Big Youth "Moving Version", Bob Marley & the Wailers "African Herbsman", Junior Byles "Beat Down Babylon", "Fever" and "A Place Called Africa", Dennis Alcapone "Alpha & Omega", The Stingers "Give Me Power" and "Preacher Man", Lloyd Parks "Professor Ironside", the Righteous Flames "One Love, One Heart", Prince Django "Hot Tip" and a boatload of Upsetters tracks, like "Cow Thief Skank", "Freak Out Skank", "Jungle Lion", "Black IPA", "Tipper Special" and "Ital Version", plus much,much more. CD
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✨✧ Niney The Observer & FriendsRock On – Greatest Hits From The Observer Label ... CD
Heartbeat/Observer, 1970s/1980s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Excellent "greatest hits" collection of some of the biggest numbers released on Winston Niney Holness' Observer label. Where other compilations have focused on some lesser known but still great numbers produced by Holness (like the excellent Microphone Attack set), this one brings the favorites that rocked the dancehalls and sound systems throughout the 70s, and up through the early 80s, and features full 12" discomix versions of many tracks! 17 tracks totaling over 70 minutes of music, including "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner" by Michael Rose, "Left With A Broken Heart" by Ken Boothe, "Westbound Train" by Dennis Brown, "Blood & Fire" by Niney The Observer, "Rock On" by Gregory Isaacs, and "Weeping-Water Rate" by Jr. Byles & I Roy. CD
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