Early B History
- Words: Dub ID
- Label: King Jam
A genius producer in Kingston dug up this long-unheard reel with deejay Doctor Early B chatting on it. The slow, bassy riddim sounds like a Channel One, Roots Radics sin'ting-the kind of jam that Eek-A-Mouse or Yellowman and Fathead would ride-and Early B delivers an intelligent, plainspoken account of slavery and its repercussions in Jamaica. With an Earl Dunkley track also available on said version, this makes a visit to your dub vendor essential.
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