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/// Note : Inside-Out Cut on A Side ///

Calling 1000 Dread – A dub Session in Jamdon – Hornin’ Sounds LP
A1: Calling 1000 Dread Locks
A2: Young Gifted & Black Where It’s At
A3: Legalizing
A4: South Camp Road Rock
A5: Meditation Rock
A6: Rocking Warrior
B1: String Hanger
B2: Marcus The Prophetet
B3: Natty Ah Suffer I
B4: Six Million $ Rock
B5: End Of Slavery
B6: Legalizing (Part 2)

Obscure Roots & Dub LP. Lot of stories about this one…
Originally appeared as limited Pre-release in the late 70’s but recorded ca. 1975.

Performed by Skin Flesh & Bones, The Cimarons, Zabandis, Byron Otis, Bunny Mckenzie, Candy Mckenzie, Pablo, Hughie, Trevor Starr, Jackie Parris, Dennis Alcapone & Dave Barker.

Assisting arrangements by Osbourne ‘King Tubby’ Ruddock & the great Alton Ellis.
Recorded at King Tubby Studio, Kingston, JA & Chalk Farm, TMC, SWM Studios, UK, 1975.
Mixed by Sid Bucknor, S. Wadey & Clem Bushay

All sound material from tapes.
Cover printed with quality PANTONE colors. Not digital !

/// Note : Inside-Out Cut on A Side ///

Here cutting of the groove is begun near the center of the disk, or near the label; the groove is then cut so that it spirals outward toward the outer edge of the disk.
This does not mean that the disk rotates in reverse; rather, at the beginning of playback the stylus must be positioned near the center of the disk, where the end of the recording on that side of the disk would normally be found.

What is the purpose of an inside-out cut?
If a production designed for one side of a phonograph disk begins moderately or quite softly and develops so that it has the greatest intensity at the end, the playback quality could be higher if an inside-out cut is used.

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Weight 75 g
Dimensions 18 × 18 × .3 cm

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