8 thoughts on “ Dont Deal With Babylon - Johnny Clarke / Tappa Zukie* / Junior Ross & Spears* - Never Love Poor Marcus / Babbylon Fall (Vinyl) ”

  1. Pick Up The Rockers, M.P.L.A., Don´t Get Crazy, Go Deh Natty, Stop The Gun Shooting, Ital Pot, Marcus, Chalice To Chalice, Don´t Deal With Babylon, Freedom His second album produced by Tappa Zukie and Bunny Lee. From The Archives I have the USA RAS , , CD.
  2. – Johnny Clarke: Never Love Poor Marcus: A2 – Tappa Zukie* Marcus: A3 – Tubbys* Dub: B1 – Junior Ross & Spears* Babbylon Fall: B2 – Tappa Zukie* Don't Deal With Babylon: B3 – Tappa Zukie 5/5(4).
  3. Tapper Zukie still asking the questions and stating the facts that few artists of his calibre would attain therpvarimevacmunilliliselradic.coinfo classic Dee-Jay style has been copied by many but bettered by therpvarimevacmunilliliselradic.coinfo some of his killer rhythms that he previously worked up while producing fellow roots groups such as ‘Prince Allah’, ‘Knowledge’ and ‘Junior Ross and the Spears’.
  4. ’Don’t Deal With Babylon’ answers Junior Ross and The Spears ‘Babylon Fall’ and ‘Freedom’ rides on the great rhythm of Junior Ross and The Spears ‘Liberty’. An outstanding album cut by one of Jamaica’s finest DJ’s and producers the mighty Tapper Zukie. We hope you enjoy this now timeless set. CD Track Listing 1 Pick Up the.
  5. Move Out A Babylon - Johnny Clarke (Harry J 7") Poor Marcus Dub - Johnny Clarke (Jackpot 7") African Roots - Johnny Clarke (Jackpot 7") Just Give Up The Badness - Johnny Clarke (Striker Lee 12") None Shall Escape - Johnny Clarke (Jackpot 7") A Ruffer Version - King Tubby (Lees 7") Every Knee Shall Bow - Johnny Clarke (Jackpot 7").
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  7. In the year , he recognized the sound of "INFINITY16". At the same time, in the same year, he wanted to give out the real Jamaican sound and flew abroad alone. There he touched the music, the cult.
  8. "Marcus" sees Tapper professing over Johnny Clarke's "Poor Marcus." "Chalice to Chalice" pulls on Johnny Clarke's "Give Me a Love," "Don't Deal with Babylon" answers Junior Ross And The Spears' "Babylon Fall" and "Freedom" rides on the great rhythm of Junior Ross And The Spears' "Liberty." An outstanding and timeless album cut by one of Jamaica.

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