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    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".
    Never released so far, KC shows his producer skills with this song done by Keith Foundation, aka Errol Keith Douglas, better known as the lead singer of the group Foundation.
    Both sides come on the same riddim as KC White's big hit "First Cut Is The Deepest"
    Gallimore Sutherland was a member of the Gladiators. Here he comes on one of his very few solo outings, produced by KC White, and mixed by King Tubby's. The song was only ever released in the early 1980's on a 12" in the USA. Vocal bits by Papa Keeble (Aka Junior Demus) can be heard on the dubside.
    KC's version of Mickey Simpsons and the Soul Syndicate's song "Peace Of Mind" from the mid 70s.
    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.
    "Let's Love" was played by Clive Hunt, Allah from Chalice and the rest of New Breed musicians, it was recorded 1975 at Wackie's studio, White Plain Road.