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Boomkat Product Review:
12" cuts by Barrington Spence and Lloyd Hemmings take dub honours from the Wackies mixing desk; also Sugar Minott, Leroy Sibbles’ just-about redemptive version of Lionel Richie’s Truly, and the rhythms behind still-unissued vocal tracks by Milton Henry and — best of all, the knockout punch — The Shades.
What an assembly of studio talent this band really was - Leroy Sibles from the Heptones on bass, next to Clive Hunt fresh from genre defining stuff with the Abyssinians, and Lloyd himself bearing the colours of Lee Perry's mighty Black Ark as pedigree, you're dealing with the best basically. interestingly the streamlined, sparse lines here remind me more than anything of the stripped down roots shockouts of the uk steppers scene. Important and what's more, until now underrated session.