DJ TABSomeone on here (tendril?) had a similar haul a decade or so ago, the contents of a jukebox. They did an awesome mix using only 7s from the skip too. Wouldn't mind hearing that one again tbh...
hah you're right! its does have a shit out of a time deejay bit at the endWriting my previous post prompted me to put on:
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which has some great extended versions on it and sounds good on my (basic) home system so some care was taken to compiling & mastering it from decent sources. Though, having said that, one of my favourite tracks is the long version of George Faith — I Forgot to Be Your Lover (AKA To Be a Lover) and I failed to recall, as I was slipping into an extended version bliss, that for some reason it includes the Dillinger toast from the extended version of Roots Train that seemingly drops in at random and out of time with the George Faith track, it's really jarring!
I'm pretty sure that it's like this on the 12" vinyl too which I also have, I will have to dig out to double check but it sounds so much like an error and one can only imagine how high Lee Perry was when he was doing the final mixdown but the masters must be like that unless anyone knows of a version where Dillinger doesn't rudely intrude?