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1x Vinyl LP Album Reissue



Release date

Jan 1, 2021

Johnny Clarke ruled the dancehall in the mid '70s, using the clever "Flyers Rhythms" that gave some of his tunes an edge with the sound systems. But his voice was always bigger than this and his versatility to sing a wide range of vocal styles has seen him cut through the decades as one of reggae's best voices. Produced by Bunny Lee, mixed at King Tubby's studio, an absolute reggae / roots classic.

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Walk The Street




Build My World


Love Me With All Your Heart


You Are No Good


Feel So Good


Let The Good Times Roll


Young Lovers


Music Field


Over & Over Again

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