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Sunday, December 2, 2012

Cornell Campbell - Nothing Don't Come Easy / Super Black - Bad Boys 12'' [198x Live And Love Original Pressing]

Ruff cut of Tempo rode by the Don Gorgon, who had a minor amount of digikal releases. Jammy really outdoes himself with this brilliant instrumental as well. Live And Love was King Jammy's US distribution label, and released solely 12'' presses, as far as I know.

Leroy Smart - Let 'Em Off Sup'm / Junior Murvin - Jack Slick 12'' [198x Live And Love Original Pressing]

On this 12'', we have the AA Side being the big hitter, with Murvin's crazy falsetto singing and another crazy production by Jammy. I included the version on that tune, as the instrumental will put you in a ganja fueled trance (at least that's what it did to me!). Like Campbell, this is one of the few digi tunes that Murvin cut, as most of his musical career took place pre-1985. The A Side features the same riddim as the Super Black tune above, and is rather generic.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you raggamuffin415 for all of the post you have been doing for the past 2 to 3 years but i was just wondering there is this 45 single that i so badly like and is quite rare too its called
    Thriller U I Will Come Running Side A
    CandyMan Love Won't Let Me Wait Side B
    If you have the single please let me know keep up the good work.