Always try and hit you with the best vintage Jamaican vinyl. The kind of stuff you just can’t hear anywhere else…
Sylford Walker’s “Burn Babylon” on the Joe Gibbs imprint.
One of my favorite Horace Andy tracks, “World In My Arms” is a beautiful tune. Well Charge 7″
Just wouldn’t be a Raver post without a quadruple Barrington Levy shot. The Linval Thompson-produced “Sensimilla.”
Another shot from the Poor Man Style LP.
And my favorite tune featuring Barrington Levy over a Linval Thompson production “Too Poor” 12″ vinyl 45 rpm Jah Guidance.
More Levy vibes on the Jah Screw-produced “Under Me Sensi.” Original 12″ 45 rpm single on the Time label.
Another shotta from Jah Guidance, Lacksley Castell’s “Lost Love.”
And to round out our triad of Jah Guidance vinyl, here we have Scientist with the previously unreleased “Jah Turn The Dub,” which is the version to Flick Wilson’s “Jah Turn Them Down.” It is featured on the just-released Dub Album They Did Not Want You To Hear on Deeper Knowledge/Jah Life. Big up Rob B. and the crew at Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge for all the great music they are bringing to light. Visit them often at www.dkr.bigcartel.com.