Twelve inch vinyl pressing. Recorded in England in 1986 and coming back to his spiritual home on Morris Duncan's Roots Rockers label. Hinting at a recent stint in New York, these tracks are almost Wackies like in atmosphere, with Spaulding enjoying a more Rub-A-Dub Stylee. 'Plane Fare' has the best "Widdily, widdily, biddily, bong, skang" vocal heard since a particular Mouse and a foundation shaking dub version utilizes all the studio's effects units, all on Bobby Babylon. 'Fantastic' on the Throw Me Corn riddim produces memories of Jah Batta as Spaulding "drinks out of glass and not plastic!" Gussie P engineered deep down in the Dub Vendor basement.
Plane Fare (Version)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
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