The prince became a king, never a truer word spoken when you look at the career of King Jammy. Kingston Sounds focus here on the early days of the dancehall scene which stretched across the 1980's. Picking up the story at the tale end of the 1970's, just before the sound became digital and computerised. all the top flight hitters are here Johnny Osbourne with his place evoking Trench Town School and his massive time defining hit Folly Ranking. The mighty Black Uhuru with their politically charged Time to Unite. The sweet sounding voice of Mr Sugar Minott pulling us all in with his Right Track cut. Anthony Johnson who cut many hits through the 80's for Jammy, is here with his telling tale Get Ready. Even Wayne Smith sings out on his pre - digital hit Wicked Man. Hugh Mundell's Bottomless Pit and Rudo's ode to the firehouse district scene Ain't no House. All killers and no fillers.