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Mr. Perry I Presume (Awaiting Repress) - Vinyl Record

by Lee Perry and the Upsetters

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Awaiting Repress - Ships Upon AvailabilityAwaiting RepressMore copies of this album are currently being manufactured. No estimated ship date is available at this time.
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Pressure Sounds
Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed
Mr. Perry I Presume resumes the Pressure Sounds mission to shine a light on the music and exclusive mixes that were only ever heard by those few hundred at the time, ranging from remixes of existing classics, recorded prior to his famed Black Ark studio being built in 1973, to obscure tunes that never achieved vinyl release and exclusive mixes of tunes from the Black Ark’s trajectory of destruction.
1. Don’t Be Afraid 12’ Mix - George Faith
2. Word (previously unreleased acapella mix) – The Gatherers
3. Jah I (previously unreleased) Lee Perry & The Upsetters
4. Lay besides you (previously unreleased) – Joy White
5. Big bird skank- The Upsetters
6. Along the way (previously unreleased) – Noel Robinson
7. Along the way version (previously unreleased) – The Upsetters
8. War and Peace (previously unreleased) - The Upsetters
9. Sun is Shining (previously unreleased dub plate mix) The Upsetters
10. Ethiopia Land (previously unreleased mix) – Peter and Paul
11. Groovy Situation (previously unreleased mix) Keith Rowe and the Upsetters
12. Keep on trying (previously unreleased) – Susan and Bunny
13. Police and dub (previously unreleased mix) The Upsetters
14. Living my life (previously unreleased mix) Keith Rowe
15. Devils dub plate (previously unreleased mix)– The Upsetters
16. Keep on moving (previously unreleased) – Augustus Pablo & The Upsetters

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180/200 GRAM Vinyl LP

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