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    Another serious heavy duty roots tune from KC. If he had made more tunes like this he would have been a major reggae star. This one as got the lot - militant reality lyrics. A great Wailers style rhythm. And some great vocals from KC sung with great passion. What people must remember about this era - is that the amount of music coming out was so much...
    For lovers of the Roots era in Jamaican music 1971-1975. The 'No No No' song will be forever linked to Big Youth's massive hit for Gussie Clarke - 'Screaming Target'. Much later most of us discovered the original vocal cut was by KC White. Most of us also assumed it was produced by the man. But then it turns out that Gussie was into serioustrading of...
    The 1973 version of "Anywhere But Nowhere" was probably KC's biggest hit. Here is his later roots reggae cut plus it's version side, harmony vocals done by Earl Moodie.
    Great reggae love song by KC White, with the Gladiators playing the instruments and Gallimore Sutherland doing the backing vocals. Originally only released on KC's album "Try A Little Happiness".
    Great early version of "Jah Is Coming", never ever released until now. Produced by KC White and recorded at Llody Barnes Wackies studio. Instruments were played by Clive Hunt, engineer was Douglas Levy, vocals and harmonies by KC White.
    Both sides come on the same riddim as KC White's big hit "First Cut Is The Deepest"
    KC White has recorded Gregory Isaacs "Man No Dead" on different riddims, here is his first version, recorded in 1972 at Dynamics, and produced by Boris Gardiner and KC White.
    KC White's "Don't Be Untrue" was produced by KC White and later given to Lloyd Barnes/Wackies for a release on his Aires Label in New York. The track is played by the Soul Syndicate Band.