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    • The Gatherers – Start Over
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    • 1. Start Over
    • 2. The Upsetters – Start Over Version

    The Gatherers hit hard with their song "Words Of My Mouth". On that same session they recorded "Start Over" with lead singer Barrington Daley, and harmonies by Bagga Walker and Sangie Davis.

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    The GatherersWordsUpsetter
    Very rare alternative vocal cut, tuff deep roots classic recorded at Black Ark by Lee Perry, check version side on Limited repress...
    • The Gatherers – Words
    • The Gatherers – Version
    The GatherersWords Of My MouthOrchid
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    Lee Perry must have loved the early 70's soul music. A-side has a nice cover of a Chi-Lites song by David Isaacs, who brought "A Place In The Sun" for...
    • David Isaacs – We Are Neighbours
    • David Isaacs – Version
    The UpsettersReturn Of Django / Dollar In The TeethUpsetter
    All time classic from 1969 with Lee Perry's Upsetters mashing up the skinhead dancefloor.
    • The Upsetters – Return Of Django
    • The Upsetters – Dollar In The Teeth
    The WailersDreamland / Dreamland VersionUpsetter
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    • The Wailers – Dreamland
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    • Junior Byles – Babylon
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    Faithful BrothersMount ZionUpsetter
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    The Mighty DiamondsTalk About ItUpsetter
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    • Lee Perry & The Sensations – Someone You've Got
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    Stranger Cole & The HeptonesRun Up Your MouthUpsetter
    1971 recording from Stranger Cole and with The Heptones on backing vocals and Lee Perry in the producer's chair.
    • Stranger Cole & The Heptones – Run Up Your Mouth
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    The Reggae BoysSelassieUpsetter
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