A monster roots side from Bunny Wailer, one of the monumental LPs he cut in the late 70s. By this point, he had really hit his stride as a solo artist in his own right, delivering material that was equal to what he had recorded with the Wailers, and every bit as righteous as Marley
and Tosh's solo work from the same period. He handles the production duties himself, and has recruited musicians Robbie Shakespeare, Errol Carter, Horsemouth Wallace, Fish Clarke, Chinna Smith, Rad Bryan, Ernest Ranglin, Wire Lindo, Keith Sterling, Bobby Kalphat, Gladdy Anderson, Tommy McCook, Deadly Headley Bennet, Dean Fraser, Nambo Robinson, Bobby Ellis and Sticky Thompson. 7 numbers in all, including "The Old Dragon", "Bright Soul", "Got To Move", "Power Strugglers", "Let The Children Dance", "Free Jah Children" and "Struggle".
(Jamaican pressing with DT/Leggo Beast etch. Cover has light wear.)