• The Tartans – What A Sin Thing
    • Oswald Nethersole & The Hippy Boys – Sky 13
    • 1. The Tartans – What A Sin Thing
    • 2. Oswald Nethersole & The Hippy Boys – Sky 13

    Another double-sider from producer and Hippy Boys member Kenneth Jackson Jones, with great early reggae from Devon Russell + Cedric Myton, known as the Tartans. Flip side is a freaky organ and guitar instrumental called Sky 13 aka Shocking Reggae aka Code Red, with Oswald "Ossie" Nethersole on organ along with the Hippy Boys.

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