Boomkat Product Review:
Out originally on the oft overlooked and underrated Black Roots label in 1983, this is warm, natural music-making from Lincoln Sugar Minott's "Informer" sessions, overflowing with joyful dancehall vibes. The rhythm follows Channel One's refinement of vintage Studio One riddims, one drop style and Sugar sounds more than comfortable on top. The able assistance and congenial presence of Deejay John Wayne reminds seasoned reggae fans of one of the all time great sound system, Youth Promotion, restaging a matchup from many a legendary soundclash. "Jamming' is simply put a masterful Wackies dub. More evidence, if it were needed, of the liquid gold running through the Wackies archive of sound. Happy days.