Watch How The People Dancing Unity Sounds From The London Dancehall, 1986 - 1989

Honest Jon's
  • 1. Selah Collins – Pick A Sound
  • 2. Selah Collins – Pick A Sound (version)
  • 3. Mikey Murka – We Try
  • 4. Mikey Murka – We Try (version)
  • 5. Errol Bellot – What A Wonderful Feeling
  • 6. Kenny Knots – Watch How The People Dancing
  • 7. Richie Davis – Lean Boot
  • 8. Richie Davis – Lean Boot (version)
  • 9. Peter Bouncer – Ready For The Dancehall Tonight
  • 10. Peter Bouncer – Ready For The Dancehall Tonight (version)
  • 11. Richie Davis – You Ha Fe Cool
  • 12. Richie Davis – You Ha Fe Cool (version)
  • 13. Kenny Knots – Ring My Number
  • 14. Kenny Knots – Ring My Number (version)
  • 15. Mikey Murka – Back Your Automatic
  • 16. Mikey Murka – Control The Dancehall
  • 17. Mikey Murka – Control The Dancehall (version)
  • 18. Jack Wilson & Demon Rockers – Chuck It
  • 19. Mikey Murka – Ride The Rhythm
  • 20. Mikey Murka – Ride The Rhythm (version)
  • 21. Kenny Knots – Run Come Call Me

Brilliant, haughty Jamaican avant-gardism, inspired by Jammy's Sleng Teng explosion!

Presented as a next-generation companion to 'London Is The Place For Me' the mood is more defiant — a Jamaican secession from London — with themes of inner-city sufferation running alongside hymns to the dancehall and the herb superb.

With a forty-page booklet including a long interview with soundsystem- and label-boss Ribs, and many photographs. Brilliantly mastered by Moritz from Basic Channel.

Recommended!