Ras Midas Let The People Go / Rain & Fire

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    • 1. Let The People Go
    • 2. Rain & Fire

    Another double-sider 12inch by Ras Midas. Classic 70s roots by the extraordinary Roots musician. Extended versions with massive dubs. A Rastaman with a distinctive style and a silky smooth voice, Ras Midas sings with the mission of a musical revolutionary; his powerful messages of social justice, love, unity, and spiritual consciousness have remained unchanged over four decades.

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