Four new cuts of the Chim Cherie rhythm.
Punchy uptempo ska on the A side. Reflections on the folk tale of Bedward the preacher on the flipside. Excellent toons from the Cavaliers with Johnny Moore on trumpet.
Top draw ska from Federal records. Very ably brought to us by Dub Store in Japan. The A side in particular is lovely thumping ska. Slightly less rambunctious than the Studio One offerings of the same period. But really good stuff never the less. Grab these pearls while they are available.
More unreleased Jammys dub plates. Flat as a pancake tone wise but still has a charm. Rocks on the b side as well.
Wayne Smith with humorous tales of the neighborhood. 'She handle the ball like Alan 'Skill' Cole. Neat.
Nitty Gritty on a slow digital ting. Very nice and the b side is pretty good too. Like all good singers Nitty Gritty has the ability to transport the most mundane lyrics into meaningful poetry.