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Michael Prophet / Frankie JonesPoverty / Wicked A Go RunIroko
Two superb vocal roots tracks from 1979/80 originally released on Freedom Sounds / Redemption Sounds both with deep version dubs.
Oku OnuoraI A Tell...Dubwise & OtherwiseIroko
An anthology of former singles and dub versions called I A Tell Dubwise And Otherwise that dates from the early eighties and features Bob Marley’s band...
Iroko Records presentsBlackman TimeIroko
A fine selection of Linval Thompson 12" productions from the early 80s featuring Earl 16, Freddy McKay, Barry Brown, Freddie McGregor, Al Campbell, Roman...
  • 1. Earl 16 – Blackman Time (Extended)
  • 2. Linval Thompson – Rastafari Is My Religion (Extended)
  • 3. Wayne Wade – Everyday Rain (Extended)
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Phillip FraserJohn Saw Them Coming / TroublesIroko
Classic 1978 heavy roots vocal cut from Phillip Frazer with Troubles on the flip, both tracks taken from his album "Come Ethiopians"
Alton Ellis Rise And FallIroko
Superb roots vocal two sider from Alton Ellis & Earl 16 both complete with deep heavyweight dubs 
The HeptonesThrough The Fire I ComeIroko
Two killer killer 1978 funky roots rockers tunes back to back, both full discomixes on loud pressing produced by Winston Holness a.k.a. Niney The Observer.
Vin MorganResilienceIroko
New roots from Vin Morgan and Boris Gardiner issued by France label "Iroko" 
In CrowdMilk & HoneyIroko
Classic original roots version from 1977, the more well known version is by Dennis Brown on his "Visions" album. Produced by Clive 'Azul' Hunt
I KongZion PathwayIroko
Rare roots originally released in 1977 on Top Ranking label from Jamaica, Take A Hold recorded at The Black Ark and Produced by Geoffrey Chung and Errol...
Linval ThompsonI Love MarijuanaIroko
All time roots classic celebrating the herb from the late 70s with version.
Lucan ScissorsMusic FamilyIroko
Late 80s digital roots as played by Shaka in the dances of the day, clean pressings and with version.