2 killer dee jay cuts from 1973, recorded at the Black Ark by Lee Perry - tuff roots from the yard.
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Early roots skanker cut to Delroy Wilson's "i want to love you"
cut to bob marley & the wailers "keep on moving" from 1972 produced by lee perry
on the "weather balloon' rhythm from 1981 and produced by carlton patterson with king tubby dub on the flip.
Great Dancehall album, featuring massive tunes such as Winey Winey, Jump Up and Old Time Something
Limited repress of early eek a mouse tune - killer roots vocal cut with strong dub.
Classic Dancehall album from the Admiral, produced by King Jammy
i roy on top form riding niney the observer's "blood and fire" rhythm from the mid 70s, classic dee jay roots.
killer dancehall tune from 1987 produced by king jammy on the "heavenless" rhythm
Great compilation of King Jammy produced digital dancehall from the Admiral, one of the biggest stars of the day Tracklisting 1. Put Your Right Foot In 2. Kill Them With It 3....
killer dee jay cut to get the party started,riding alton ellis's "i'm just a guy" rhythm.dynamite!!
jah lion a.k.a. jah lloyd , pat francis released this killer heavy roots album in 1976 with lee perry producing at the black ark studio.
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rootsy dee jay cuts from from 1973
11 tracks reissued by clocktower records u.s.a.
Classic early Dancehall album recorded at Channel One, originally released in 1983, with rhythms supplied by the Roots Radics