What else can we say but that there are indeed Many Rivers To Cross – a Jimmy Cliff classic.
Slim Smith rocking, with the dub version following, and the Youtube description says it all:
“another absolutely gorgeous vocal from Keith ‘Slim’ Smith and a rhythm like a juggernaut. originally released in ’67 This press is from ’81 after Mr Dodd moved to New York. One of the great things about the ‘yellow and red’ pressings is they sound great, Coxsone must have had new stampers made and used quality vinyl for these”
Sizzla, with a smiling, laid back salutation.
Linton Kwesi Johnson represents… from the Youtube description, which says it all:
“Yes man!!! Say mi want fi goh rave LKJ represent!!! rasta i love this man’s music…. from the album “Forces of Victory” enjoy ma bredrens n sistrens this is rebel music dem say!!! it plays in ma heart iman say!!!”
Ranchie McLean is falling in love in this candy-pop love song. It’s got nice backing vocals and is early Sly and Robbie too.
You shooting up the place, you with your ratchet in your waist. A true, a true, it’s The Heptones’ classic Country Boy.
There’s good news and Paula Fuga & Mike Love are making it happen in this great song. You know I’m just the breeze skippin’ over the sea.