• 1. Changing
  • 2. Changing (Version)

Wicked roots steppers version of "Changing" a tune written by Little Roy and also covered by Freddie McGregor.

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Desi RootsGo Deh RightHawkeye
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Desi RootsWeedfieldsHawkeye
Desi Roots killer tune originally released in 1980 on London based label / shop Hawkeye records and featuring a wicked Scientist dub.

Other Releases on Hawkeye

Desi RootsGo Deh RightHawkeye
Originally released in 1980 on Hawkeye Records, great vocal roots with extended dubs produced by Roy Forbes-Allen.
Desi RootsHe Aint ComingHawkeye
Desmond Young aka Desi Roots tuff roots tune "He Ain't Coming" check B-Side for "Jeremiah Special" killer dub version.
Desi RootsNature BoyHawkeye
Great roots version from the early 80s of "Nature Boy" a song made famous by the great Nat King Cole in the fifties.
Desi RootsWeedfieldsHawkeye
Desi Roots killer tune originally released in 1980 on London based label / shop Hawkeye records and featuring a wicked Scientist dub.

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