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In the 1980s, after Virgin Records turned away from reggae, The Diamonds had another career boost through recordings for perceptive producer Gussie Clarke, who issued popular albums such as "Changes" and "The Root Is There". The album "Backstage" was another fine set for Gussie, recorded at Dynamic Sounds studio in Kingston and issued in extended-play style, with each of the album's six conscious late-roots tracks mixed to include dubs. Nice up!
Matt says: Always got a lot of time for The Mighty Diamonds, and when you get the vocal and dub versions playing thru seamlessly, it's yet another reason to smile.
The Way You Walk
Jah On My Mind
Want To Know The Boss