• K.C. White – Have No Fear
    • K.C. White – Jah Is Coming (Second Cut)
    • 1. Have No Fear
    • 2. Jah Is Coming (Second Cut)

    KC's "Have No Fear" was released on a now hard to find 12" on the Orpheus label. "Jah Is Coming" was released on KC White's album "Try A Little Happiness". It's actually his second version of this song, the first one, recorded in the early 70's

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    • – Jah Is Coming
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