• 1. Never Get Weary
  • 2. Weary Dub

Previously unreleased roots dubplate vocal cut voiced for Jammy's in the late 70s with dub version on the flip.

Other Releases by Earl Zero

Earl ZeroHome Sweet HomeTop Ranking Sound
The rootsman Earl Zero his own ‘Earl Love’ imprint with ‘Home Sweet Home’.  Voiced in 1976 at Channel One studio and originally known as ‘Early...
Earl ZeroPlease OfficerOpa Muzik
New heavyweight roots version of his 1976 tune "Please Officer" with version on the flip.

Other Releases on Jammy's Records

Junior DelgadoIllegal GunJammy's Records
Big Digital roots tune from 1987 gets a limited repress, killer vocal cut from the late Junior Delgado over a tuff backing produced by King Jammy with...
Wailing Souls / Robert LeeStormy Night / Lovely LadyJammy's Records
Produced by King Jammy in 1989 and taken from the album "Stormy Night" with an unreleased vocal cut from Robert Lee on the flip. Plus two dubs versions.
Lacksley CastellBlack SheepJammy's Records
"Every Tongue Shall Tell" rhythm next vocal cut from Lacksley Castell with version on the flip.
Pad AnthonyLet Me GoJammy's Records
Previously unreleased cut from Pad Anthony produced by the then Prince Jammy soon to be King..
Linval ThompsonShe Is Mad With MeJammy's Records
Heavyweight roots vocal from the late 70s on the "I Love King Selassie" rhythm produced by Prince Jammy, originally released on D-Roy records 12" first...
Hortense EllisJah Created The WorldJammy's Records
Late 70s roots vocal from Hortense Ellis produced by Prince Jammy with "Dreader Dub" on the flip. nice and clean pressings.
Beenie ManY2KJammy's Records
Tough, dancehall follow-up to the classic 'The Doctor' album. Features single 'Illiterate Girl'.