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September 1, 2011, at 9:37 pm

Roots and Dancehall

Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge are back once again in fine style with five 7″ singles; two on a roots tip on the Zion Yant label and three late 80’s digital tunes on the New Name imprint.

First up two early 80’s roots tunes produced by Michael Gardine AKA Kush Dan I. His own Jah Law Of Love comes on a replica of the first issue label, the original press of this was in very limited numbers (some say only 100 or less).

Kush Dan I – Jah Law of Love

It’s a little suprising that DKR didn’t pick up the next piece, a French language version by French Canadian George Thurston AKA Boule Noire. The two versions together would have made a nice 10″ or 12″.

Boule Noire – La Loi De Jah
[audio:http://www.dancecrasher.co.uk/11-09/laloidejah.mp3]

The second Zion Yant single is Girl You’re Too Young by Reggae George AKA George Daley. This was previously released on a 12″ on the Unknown Soldier label in Canada, this is the first 7″ issue.

Reggae George – Girl You’re Too Young

Wild Eyes - WickednessThe three New Name Music releases date from 1989 and include the killer Wickedness, as they always say – if you don’t know get to know.

Wild Eyes – Wickedness

Andrew Bees – Life in the Ghetto

Andrew Bees – Struggle & Strive

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