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jb welda wrote:I was mostly thinking of trinity, prince mohammed and lady ann in this case and yes I think they ruined the respective 12"s they were on and yes I do have pretty high standards for DJ chanters...in fact most I dislike especially when they go on and on with what sounds like lyrics made up on the spot. if the songs continued with a dub version after the vocal and the DJ was exiled to the B side I personally think a lot of those records would sound a lot better.
Mark T wrote:Trinity's toast after Ruddy Thomas' Loving Pauper is great! That's on the Errol T 12".
I've read that the red palm tree label id pressed in Miami, but what about the Joe Gibbs label from the states that is the split blue/red label with the yellow line down the middle. Anyone know where they were pressed, they usually seem to be pretty good.
Mark T wrote:I think it must be really rare Nick. There is a comp called Culture and the Deejays at Joe Gibbs which has the two I Roy contributions and I wondered if they even existed as actual 12" but I have seen some and read your evidence - not often seen though. I was wondering how many of the tracks on that comp actually came as 12" originally. I put happy faces next to the ones I have and sad faces next to the ones I'll probably never own - but I have only seen the others as 7". Anyone else know differently?
1 Two Sevens Clash/Prophecy Reveal ---- Culture & Bo Jangles
2 I'm Not Ashamed ---- Culture & I-Roy
3 Jah Jah See Dem A Come/Moss Mi Moss ---- Culture & Prince Weedy
4 Natty Dread Taking Over ---- Culture & I-Roy
5 Baldhead Bridge ---- Culture & Ranking Joe
6 Jah Love/Selassie I Cup ---- Culture & Bo Jangles
7 Zion Gate/Forty Leg Dread ---- Culture & Prince Mohammed
8 This Train/Righteous Train ---- Culture & Nicodemus
9 Send Some Rain ---- Culture & Clint Eastwood
10 Burning & Illusion (This Time)/Same Knife ---- Culture & Prince Far I
11 Innocent Blood/Rock It Up ---- Culture & U Brown
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