I-Roy ‎– Don't Check Me With No Lightweight Stuff [1972-75]

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Blood & Fire ‎– BAFCD 016
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1 Sidewalk Killer
Producer – Rudolph 'Ruddy' Redwood*
3:41
2 Hot Stuff
Producer – Keith Hudson
2:49
3 Buck And The Preacher
Producer – Pete Weston
3:12
4 Ken Boothe Special
Producer – Pete Weston
3:00
5 Black Talk 2:36
6 Look A Boom
Producer – Pete Weston
2:55
7 Don't Get Weary Joe Frazier
Producer – Winston Edwards
2:58
8 Sound Education
Producer – Jimmy Radway
3:53
9 Noisy Place
Producer – Bunny Lee
2:15
10 Fire Burn
Producer – Errol Thompson
3:07
11 Sufferer's Psalm 3:06
12 Superfly 2:22
13 Hospital Trolley 2:55
14 Double Warning
Written-By – Jimmy Radway, Roy Reid*
3:03
CD Bonus Tracks
15 Holy Satta
Lyrics By [Additional Lyrics By] – Roy Reid*Producer – I-RoyWritten-By – Bernard Collins, Donald Manning, Lynford Manning*
3:02
16 Straight To The Heathen Head
Lyrics By [Additional Lyrics By] – Roy Reid*Producer – Pete WestonWritten-By – Robert Marley*
3:22

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Made in England.

℗1997 Blood & Fire Limited.
©1997 Blood & Fire Limited.

Voice and mixed by Errol Thompson at Randy's Studio, 17 North Parade, Kingston, and by King Tubby at King Tubby's Studio, 18 Dromily Avenue, Kingston 11.

Track 1 is the deejay version of "Sidewalk Doctor" by Tommy McCook, produced in 1972. (First cut of this rhythm is "Woman of the ghetto" by Phyllis Dillon for Duke Reid).
Track 2 is a version of Keith Hudson's "Hot Stuff".
Track 3 use the rhythm track known as "Leggo Beast", an update of Roy Shirley's "Hold Them".
Track 4 is a version of a medley that includes "Moving Away" and "Puppet on a string".
Track 5 is a version of Ken Boothe's "Your feeling and mine".
Track 6 use a recut of the Heptones' "Trip Girl" as rhythm.
Track 7 was produced in 1974 and voiced at King Tubby's. Version of Tony Brevett's "Don't get weary".
Track 8 use the rhythm that made a hit as "Black Cinderella" by Errol Dunkley in 1973.
Track 9 is a version of "Quiet Place" by the Paragons originally produced by Bunny Lee who gave it to Roydale 'Andy' Anderson for release in 1973.
Track 10 was recorded in Randy's Studio in 1974 and is a version of "Swing Easy" by the Soul Vendors.
Track 11 use the same rhythm as track 10.
Track 12 is a 1974 version of Junior Soul (Murvin) cover of Curtis Mayfield's "Give me your love".
Track 13 use the "Java" rhythm voiced in 1973.
Track 14 is from the 1975 "Truths And Rights" album and is a version of Desmond Young's "Warning" (Big Youth used this rhythm for "Wolf in sheep clothing").
Track 15 use the rhythm of The Abbyssinians' "Satta Massa Gana".
Track 16 is a version of Bob Marley's "Talking Blues" issued as the B-side to Bob's vocal on Tuff Gong 45rpm, also included on the 1975 "Truths And Rights" album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 83564 00162 0
  • Matrix / Runout: BAFCD016 02 5
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L115
  • Mould SID Code (Large inner ring): IFPI 04AE
  • Mould SID Code (Small inner ring): IFPI 0479

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