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Boomkat Product Review:
In late 70's Jamaica, spurred on by the advent of Disco in the USA, major producers like the mighty Joe Gibbs started providing extended mixes of their biggest hits. Often these tracks would just be a protracted version of the original tune made for the 12" disco spinners, but in Jamaica they did it with their own twist, often combining two vocals onto the same groove. On Vol.1 of '12" Reggae Discomix Showcase', we get a slew of killers including Ruddy Thomas and Trinity voicing 'Feeling Soul, or Dennis Brown and Prince Mohammed giving up 'How Can I Leave You' / 'Bubbling Love' onto one groove, or George Nooks and Welton Irie going two's-up on 'Riding For A Fall' / 'Gi Me One A Fi Yuh Girl Friend' or Michael Black and Ranking Joe on 'Natty Contractor' / 'Drunken Master'. Pure party gold!