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The loss of this Reggae legend last summer through heart disease was felt across the reggae community, a man that contributed so much and will be sadly missed.... Super nice though to have some reissues of material from his Black Victory imprint. One of a zillion labels that released a handful of records in the mid-eighties and faded into obscurity. The lead cut here has Sugar chattin' about the i ...

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Sheriff John Brown by Sugar Minott
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 24 February 2011

The loss of this Reggae legend last summer through heart disease was felt across the reggae community, a man that contributed so much and will be sadly missed.... Super nice though to have some reissues of material from his Black Victory imprint. One of a zillion labels that released a handful of records in the mid-eighties and faded into obscurity. The lead cut here has Sugar chattin' about the infamous Sheriff John Brown whom Eric Clapton... Ahem... Bob Marley spoke of killing in 'I Shot The Sheriff'. He also got a mention in Inner Circle's 'Bad Boys'. As we all know the fuzz seem to be fairly unpopular with these characters. Sugar speaks of 'As I Dub in my yard, two were on guard' and proceeds to protest his innocence. A solid track indeed with Channel One's Bagga Walker providing truly awesome bassline and backed up with the all essential 'Version'. The 'Brown Dub' on the flip is an out and out killer, with Bagga's bass at the fore it pushes all the right buttons.


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