Dennis Brown Deliverance Will Come

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    • Dennis Brown – Deliverance Will Come
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    • Dennis Brown – Milk & Honey
    • 1. Deliverance Will Come
    • 2. Dubplate Version
    • 3. Milk & Honey

    Two late 70s roots killers from the late Dennis Brown, originally featured on his 1978 "Visions" LP, now with the only known dub version to "Deliverance" taken from rare Dubplate! Plus a completely different mix of the mighty "Milk & Honey" done at the time with added overdubs and effects. Don't leave..

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