More vinyl cuts from the House of Raver…

Winston Jarrett on a rare, brutal 12″ on the Uhuru imprint.  Repressed by Pressure Sounds.  Too black.  Too strong.

Barrington Levy’s first cut.  Recorded in 1978 as part of the duo Mighty Multitudes with his cousin Everton Dacres.

“Prison Oval Rock” is classic Barrington Levy.  Different mix this one with a slight change in the melodica playing.  This mix and the next few appear on Barrington Levy Meets Frankie Paul (Arrival), another Henry “Junjo” Lawes affair.

“Robber Man” too tuff…

One of my favorite Levy tracks…

“Junjo come again…”

Winston Hussey “Fight War Again”.  Delroy Wright doing it up nice Live & Learn style.  Step cautiously to this tune.  Most haffe sit down just to listen.  Voice reminiscent of Gregory Isaacs.  If you ever see an album called The Girl I Adore STOP.  GRAB.  BUY.

Don Carlos “Black History” 12″ (Live & Learn).  Produced by Delroy Wright.

Delroy come again!  “Live & Learn a di top ranking sound.”

Carlos & Gold “Declaration of Rights” original pressing on the Dove imprint.

Nice cut from Frankie Paul titled “Hooligan”.  Check it ‘pon Pass The Tu Sheng Peng (1984).

Hugh Mundell “Live In Love” tuff cut.  Followed by an exclusive Shaka dubplate!

Carlton Livingston “Wicked Run Away” digital roots (Jah Life).  Produced by Hyman Wright.

Wayne Jarrett “Ranny & Lou”.  Wickedness on wax.


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