This show was 13th in the global dancehall chart and 26th in the global reggae chart.
Sometime in the late 80's, I had the opportunity to fill in a night time slot on the legendary Capital Radio in London via the station manager, my great uncle - Ulich Wood. So a teenage t-woc, or 'Little Woccie' as I was know to my friends back then, set of for the big smoke with a haversack full to the brim of the roughest computerized riddims available at the time. Luckily my bredrin Easy was living in Cockfosters at the time and was on hand to record this pivotal moment in my broadcasting career on to cassette tape which I've digitized for you to listen to today.
A Side D/L
B Side D/L