Various Top Ranking DJ Session Volume 2

    Joe Gibbs Music
      • 1. Jah Thomas – Come Fi Si Yu Daughter
      • 2. U Brown – Gau'wn A School
      • 3. Clint Eastwood – One Fi The Money
      • 4. Nicodemus – Jah Jah Train
      • 5. Dillinger – Kublicon
      • 6. Louie Lepkie – My Wife
      • 7. Lee Van Cleef (2) – Beverly How You Love Me
      • 8. Weedy Dread – Girls Of Today
      • 9. Trinity (4) – Bad Card
      • 10. I-Roy – Set Me Free

      Volume 2 in the Joe Gibbs DJ Session series, originally released in 1981 and featuring cream of the early 80s DJ's Jah Thomas, Dillinger, Trinity, Clint Eastwood, U Brown and many more.

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