The 100th release on Pressure Sounds (PSLP100) is a brilliant rare roots LP 'Rockers From the Land of Reggae' by I-Mo-Jah ('Unity' in Swahili). Travelling through the UK in the late 70s Phillip Fullwood met a young Burning Spear, and soon became a touring percussionist with Spear's group. Their relationship gave Phillip valuable insight into studio work, and he moved into production and mixing. The I-Mo-Jah group had been started in Jamaica and recorded shortly after Phillip moved to the US, where the group gained a third member with vocalist Cassandra Jenkins. Self-produced by Fullwood on his Jah Marcus label in 1982, this LP is a companion piece to Fullwood's 'Words in Dub' (available as PSLP101) from 1979. Both albums are seriously sought after, and have now been reissued for the first time.
The 100th release on Pressure Sounds (PSLP100) is a brilliant rare roots LP 'Rockers From the Land of Reggae' by I-Mo-Jah ('Unity' in Swahili). Travelling through the UK in the late 70s Phillip Fullwood met a young Burning Spear, and soon became a touring percussionist with Spear's group. Their relationship gave Phillip valuable insight into studio work, and he moved into production and mixing. The I-Mo-Jah group had been started in Jamaica and recorded shortly after Phillip moved to the US, where the group gained a third member with vocalist Cassandra Jenkins. Self-produced by Fullwood on his Jah Marcus label in 1982, this LP is a companion piece to Fullwood's 'Words in Dub' (available as PSLP101) from 1979. Both albums are seriously sought after, and have now been reissued for the first time.
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Rockers From The Land Of Reggae
Artist: I-Mo-Jah
Format: Vinyl
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1. Jah Love
2. I've Been Hurt
3. Peace ; Love
4. One Song/Jah Music
5. Love Everyone
6. Fools Rush
7. in
8. No Love
9. Weepin ; Wailing

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The 100th release on Pressure Sounds (PSLP100) is a brilliant rare roots LP 'Rockers From the Land of Reggae' by I-Mo-Jah ('Unity' in Swahili). Travelling through the UK in the late 70s Phillip Fullwood met a young Burning Spear, and soon became a touring percussionist with Spear's group. Their relationship gave Phillip valuable insight into studio work, and he moved into production and mixing. The I-Mo-Jah group had been started in Jamaica and recorded shortly after Phillip moved to the US, where the group gained a third member with vocalist Cassandra Jenkins. Self-produced by Fullwood on his Jah Marcus label in 1982, this LP is a companion piece to Fullwood's 'Words in Dub' (available as PSLP101) from 1979. Both albums are seriously sought after, and have now been reissued for the first time.