Keith Hudson ‎– The Black Breast Has Produced Her Best, Flesh Of My Skin Blood Of My Blood

Mamba ‎– none
Vinyl, LP, Album, Green labels


A1 Hunting
A2 Flesh Of My Skin
A3 Blood Of My Blood
A4 Testing Of My Faith
A5 Fight Your Revolution
A6 Darkest Night
B1 Talk Some Sense (Gamma Ray)
B2 Treasures Of The World
B3 My Nocturne
B4 I Shall Be Released
B5 No Friends Of Mine
B6 Stabiliser

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First pressing on Mamba in the UK, green labels, un-cropped sleeve. Original issue has two rows of blocks on the bottom of the sleeve, while the 1975 issue is cropped to have one row.

"The first Mamba pressing of this record was in the Fall of 1974, and the printing of the cover was done at Excelsior Press in London. When Keith pressed the record again for a 2nd UK run in June of 1975, during the same timeframe he pressed ‘Torch Of Freedom’ and ‘Pick A Dub’, he used Robert S. Stace Press in London for the album covers. He didn’t have or didn’t use the original album cover elements of ‘Flesh Of My Skin’ as the 2nd UK edition is copied from an existing record cover. ... the green label used for the first pressing, and the red label for the 2nd pressing." - From Keith Hudson, An Illustrated Discography by Vincent Ellis & Jean Scrivener.

Original mix is slightly different from reissues and versions available online. B3 "My Nocturne" is a dub of B2 "Treasures Of The World", while on reissues it is an instrumental of B1 "Talk Some Sense (Gamma Ray)" on the "Class And Subject" riddim.

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  • Matrix / Runout: Side A - KH1A Side B - KH1B

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March 2, 2020
cant name a better deep roots meditation album somehow timless......
fuses all 70s ny,uk, jam roots into a unique style of musical journey