DAN RATCHET - Afrikana Policies / Ekomé Is Unity 12" Bristol Archive Records

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DAN RATCHET - Afrikana Policies / Ekomé Is Unity 12"

For the young Dan Ratchet 1986 was a busy year. Under the guidance of Simbarashe Tongogara, his cousin and a man with extensive experience in the music industry, he spent several months working in Kingston and London studios recording what was intended to be his first album. For various reasons, the only songs to see a release were “Sweet Rosie,” which saw a limited pressing on the Jamaican Star Time label and “The Time Has Come” which had been co written with Misty’s drummer Munya Brown and released in Zimbabwe as a double A Side, coupled with Misty In Roots “Wandering Wanderer.” The rest of the tracks remained in Simba’s safe keeping until Bristol Archive Records licensed the album for forthcoming release under the title “Jah Poor People”.

Label: Bristol Archive Records

Format: 12" Vinyl (Limited Edition)

Condition: New Mint

Brand Bristol Archive Records
Condition New
Weight 0.13kg