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Boomkat Product Review:
A fitting tribute to the ladies who proved an integral component of the Dodd formula.
Like the jamaican motown, Clement early on relied on strong jamaican ladies who provided massive support in the Studio one machine, as record shop staff, in the pressing plant, even his ma took care of deejaying duties on Coxsone's sound when he was away in New York! Rita pre-Marley really shocks out here in her first manifestation as part of The Soulettes, on the awesome "Deh Pon Dem". Providing a backbone to the session crew, figures like Enid Cumberland, Marcia Griffiths, Jennifer Lara all provided staunch performances on many many sessions throughout Studio one's auspicious history. Numerous lesser known names shine through here - Jerry Jones runs down the jamaican super-funk on "There's a chance for me", one of those guaranteed floor-fillers no self respecting party, reggae or funk jock should be without. Hortense Ellis' class extended gender changed discomix version of her brother's "I'm just a guy / girl" is a particluar highlight, the version going whole new places. Jennifer Lara's closer "I am in love" provides several indicators of future tendencies in boogie, dub and the whole garage new york movement. Self-evidently splendid material throughout, beautifully delivered as always.