Released: 08/07/22 (delayed from 01/07/22)
VP Records are proud to present this slice of reggae history. Produced by Lee
"Scratch" Perry at his Black Ark studio with a studio band including Boris Gardiner on bass and Ernest Ranglin on guitar. The album was released in 1977 and it is notedas being one of Perry's masterpiece productions of the Black Ark era.
"the best roots reggae album ever…" Lloyd Bradley
"a defining statement of Jamaican vocal group artistry in the seventies, by virtue
of its thematic coherence, superb musicianship and beautiful vocals it is
exemplary roots music of the highest order. It is also the most perfectly realised
album to come from Lee Perry's Black Ark" Steve Barrow Blood & Fire Reggae Historian.