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    One of Freddie McKay's best roots tunes gets a reissue with a previously unreleased mix and Linval Thompson's "Jumping for Joy" both extended mixes.
    Not the Studio 1 version... rocksteady even rarer check the sound clip won't be around long.....
    12"Coloured vinyl pressing of the Linval Thompson produced tracks from the beginning of the classic dancehall era
    Misleading title as it's actually his 3rd album originally released in 1977 on Alvin Ranglin's GG record label. Killer Deep roots reggae featuring "Rome" "Praising The Father" and many more. Great repro of the original sleeve and clean pressing.
    5 superb Cuts of the 'I'm a freeman' rhythm. The vocal is by Fredie McKay. Hap Ki Do is a top notch Pablo Clavinet workout. All spread over 2 sides of a re-mastered 10 inch. Comes in a one off house bag.
    a wicked version of his "strange things" tune but early reggae cut with "on the town" on the flip. nice clean repress.
    next vocal cut to johnny osbourne's "kiss somebody" released in 1980 tuff roots!!