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    The MeditationsI Love JahWackies
    The first release of a masterful album recorded by Bullwackies in the same heady months of 1982 which delivered the Love Joys' Lovers Rock and Junior Delahaye's...
      Horace AndyExclusivelyWackies
      Appearing originally on the Solid Groove label out of Croydon in South London, Exclusively is sometimes misconstrued as the UK issue of Dance Hall Style....
      • Horace Andy – bob lives on
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      Horace Andy Meets Naggo Morris & Wayne JarrettMini ShowcaseWackies
      The two Horace Andy cuts nod to Studio One: an interpretation of Little Roy's Prophesy reworks Peanut Vendor with the bebop artfulness of the Sound Dimension;...
      • Horace Andy Meets Naggo Morris & Wayne Jarrett – you and i
      Stranger ColeThe Time Is NowWackies
      Three cuts of Lee Perry's immortal Tight Spot rhythm featuring searing vocals by Leroy Sibbles and the great Stranger Cole, together with an instrumental...
      • stranger cole – the time is now
      Tribesman AssaultTribesman AssaultWackies
      A 1977 dub album collecting Wackies recordings made in JA.  Included are the rhythm tracks of the African Jamaicans' Girl Of My Dreams and Tyrone...
      • Tribesman Assault – high times
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      Bullwackies All StarsBlack WorldWackies
      It’s a tough album, with Sibbles guiding the selection as well as sharing bass duties — there are versions of his classic composition Guiding...
        Jah BattaArgumentWackies
        On this album from 1983 Tony O'Meally aka Jah Batta bouyantly follows Lone Ranger's massive revival of U-Roy's legacy. And the album is a must even...