A re-cut of the Studio One song that was called 'Contemplating Mind' recorded by Barrington Spence for Mr Dodd. He re-cut this version for Phil Pratt in the early 70s. Phil Pratt's arrangement is less reliant on the keyboards of Jackie Mittoo and comes with a slower rhythm. The b side is 'Where your footsteps led'. Both sides are excellent soulful early 70s reggae.
Black Ark business, produced by Phil Pratt. Has all the sound characteristics of a Lee Perry record. Roy Graham was hanging out at the studio while an Al Campbell session was being recorded although it sounds like Perry was involved in the vocals or maybe even overdubbed them himself. Bobby Kalphat on melodica. Sleeve is hand stamped in a re-cycled Pressure Sounds sleeve. A warm fragile sounding record.
Top class vocals from the Tidals. A double header with 'Put Those Fools' on the A side and 'What A Great Day' on the flipside. Quality production by Pratt and an excellent arrangement. Probably recorded around 1972-73. Comes in a re-cycled hand stamped sleeve.
Killer ska tune that leaps out of the speakers and flys around the room. Catch it while its available. Busty Brown on the flipside with 'Pick Up The Pieces.
Killer Ska 7 that has been unavailable for too long. You need it.
Superb Ronnie Nasralla produced ska. Top draw music and well done to Dub Store for getting this available again.