Earl Zero Never Get Weary

    Jammy's
    • Earl Zero – Never Get Weary
    • Earl Zero – Weary Dub
    • 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 ZeroNone Shall Escape The JudgementArchive Recordings

    1980's version of this foundation track originally written by Earl Zero and recorded for Earl China Smith who released it on Epiphany Records in the US. This is the same foundation song popularised by Johnny Clarke in 1975. At the time producer Striker Lee overlooked the originator Earl Zero's voice in favour of Johnny Clarke's. Limited Coloured Vinyl.

    • Earl Zero – None Shall Escape The Judgement
    • The Soul Syndicate – None Shall Escape The Judgement Version
    • Earl Zero – None Shall Escape The Judgement (Extended)
    • 1. Earl Zero – None Shall Escape The Judgement
    • 2. The Soul Syndicate – None Shall Escape The Judgement Version
    • 3. Earl Zero – None Shall Escape The Judgement (Extended)
    • View full info and tracklisting

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