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    Johnny Clarke King In The Arena

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    • Johnny Clarke – King In The Arena
    • Johnny Clarke – Version
    • 1. King In The Arena
    • 2. Version

    Monster reggae tune on one of the best rhythms ever, "Death In The Arena" is a remake of Alton Ellis "Whipping The Prince" Studio 1 stylee!!

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    Johnny ClarkeAfrican PeopleJackpot
    Great deep mid 70s roots rocker with King Tubby's mix stripping the whole thing down. Long out print
    • – African People
    • – Version
    Johnny ClarkeGive Up The BadnessJustice
    Alternative heavyweight roots version from the mid 70s with dub, next cut to The Viceroys "Mission Impossible"
    • – Give Up The Badness
    • – Version
    Johnny ClarkePlay Fool Fi Get WiseJackpot
    Classic late 70s roots vocal with King Tubby's killer deep dub on the b-side. White coloured label now not Yellow.
    • – Play Fool Fi Get Wise
    • – Version
    Johnny ClarkeGive Yourself A TryObserver
    Great roots vocal tune from JohnnyClarke with production by Niney the Observer, originally issued on a 12"
    • – Give Yourself A Try
    • – Part 2

    Other Releases on Jackpot

    Johnny ClarkeAfrican PeopleJackpot
    Great deep mid 70s roots rocker with King Tubby's mix stripping the whole thing down. Long out print
    • – African People
    • – Version
    Johnny ClarkePlay Fool Fi Get WiseJackpot
    Classic late 70s roots vocal with King Tubby's killer deep dub on the b-side. White coloured label now not Yellow.
    • – Play Fool Fi Get Wise
    • – Version
    Leroy SmartNo LoveJackpot
    Heavyweight Bunny Lee production from 1977,cut to Horace Andy's "Zion Gate" with super deep dub on the flip.
    • – No Love
    • – Version
    Horace AndyBetter CollieJackpot
    Classic 70s Roots tune and King Tubby dub, produced by Bunny Lee
    • Horace Andy – Better Collie
    • King Tubby – Better Dub

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