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Ca. 1976 The 4th Street Orchestra appeared for the first time on a record, produced for Dennis Harris' Concrete Jungle and Rama labels (see: http://www.xs4all.nl/~tapirs/concret7. & http://www.xs4all.nl/~tapirs/ramalp.htm) in 1976 and remained a clone of Dennis Bovell's Matumbi until 1978.

On their second album Leggo! (Ah-Fi-We-Dis) Rico played his horn on most of the tracks.


Tracks: Back-Weh-Babylon / Entebee / None-A-Jah-Children / Skatter Skatter / Tribute To Idi Amin // Ah-Fe-We-Dis / Sure Shot / Younger Generation / North Parade / Bounty Hunter (Sign Off)

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