We can't think of a better word to describe this selection than choice, as it bumps like jeep with a broken suspension on dirt road in the Jamaican countryside! This is part three of a four part series collecting the 80s output Lloyd King Jammy James, the man who elevated the Casio from musical toy to a sound bwoy killing beat machine! An essential musical portrait of the man who virtually single handedly transformed the Dancehall era and influenced the sound of an entire generation of Jamaican music, with the tracks arranged by rhythm. This volume features 40 cuts on 2 discs, including "Jump Up", "No Where Better Than Yard" and "Kill Dem Wid It" by Admiral Bailey, "Bam Bam" by Tiger, "Cassanova" by Frankie Paul, "Respect Due" by Little Twitch, "Wake Up" by Sister Charmaine, "Great Ambition" by Lt Stitchie, "I'm A Don" by Pinchers, "Must Haffi Get It" by Horace Andy, "Be Mine Tonight" by Admiral Tibet, "Gimme No Bun" by Little John, 'Get Up Stand Up And Rock" by Shabba Ranks, "DJ A Look Fi Mi" by Lecturer, "Duck Dance" by Red Dragon, "Bounce" by Flourgon, "Bad Bad Chake" by Chaka Demus, "Dibbi Dibbi Girl" by Daddy Lizard, "More Reality" by Ninja Man, "Duck Riddim" by Steely & Clevie and "Conquer Me" by Don Angelo.
(Out of print.)