The Mighty Diamonds The Roots Is There / Revolution

Music Works
  • 1. The Roots Is There
  • 2. The Dub Is There
  • 3. Revolution
  • 4. Revolution Dub

Superb 12" reissue of early 80s vocal roots music from the legendary Mighty Diamonds. Working with producer Gussie Clarke on "Changes" & "The Roots Is There" albums which both these tracks are lifted from but made complete with the dubs.

Other Releases by The Mighty Diamonds

The Mighty DiamondsPass The Knowledge17 North Parade
This isssue covers The Mighty Diamonds' peak years from 1975 to 1986, and featuring productions done over those years by the likes of Gussie Clarke, Joseph...
The Mighty DiamondsWhen The Right Time Come - I Need A RoofChannel One
a.k.a "right time" in the u.k. released in 1976 on virgin records a classic roots rock reggae album from the 70s.... Shame and pride, them never love...
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