Nice one JJ - looking through the list you got going so far is a good reminder of how many great Tony Robinson productions are out there...
So here's one that is [probably] more comical than crucial....although there are a few interesting cuts to it.
Various Artists LP
TR International label - TR 809 - 1995
Sorry for the crappy cell phone pics but it gives you the idea.
Brent Dowe's using a digi reworking of Marley's 'Duppy Conqueror' as the riddim for 'OJ Deh Pon Di Street' is the funniest cut. How can it not be with lines like "through the power of Johnny Cochran, they have to turn him loose"
And then there's the Dowe and Pancho combo 'Your Love is Hot But Your Sex is Not'
Well, the only thing I can say about this one, at least didn't have anything to do with Nicole Simpson or Marcia Clark
or Kato Kaelin
Courtney Melody's 'Mama Don't Worry' is probably the LP's least cheerful song but it's also one of the better 1995 recorded tracks on the album. 'Dream Team (Jungle) has nothing to do with the OJ thing but is really a trippy, extra fast jungle beat that uses snipets from a couple songs [Armageddon Time based with Uroy and Big Youth voices cutting in and out??] It's a track I didn't think I'd like but it goes over good if you like a little mix up mix up now and then... LP rounds out with the two well known 70s URoy tunes, even though it implies that the last one is a 'jungle' remix.
Not sure where I heard this, or if it's even true, or why it even matters but I thought I remember hearing something about TR living in Texas at some point ???