Frankie Jones / Prince Alla Give Me What I Want / Last Train To Africa

    Archive Recordings
      • 1. Frankie Jones – Give Me What I Want
      • 2. Prince Alla – Last Train To Africa

      Great late 70s roots rocker featuring Frankie Jones & Prince Alla originally released by North London label Starlight, both discomixes by Prince Jammy at King Tubbys.

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