After a seven year hibernation, Blood And Fire Records relaunch with this limited edition 12" Record Store Day only pressing of Gregory Isaacs's 1977 roots classic ‘Mr Know It All'. Blood and Fire Records was a reggae and dub record label founded in Manchester, England in 1994. They reissued roots reggae classics by King Tubby, the Congos, and many, many others. Recorded at the legendary Channel One studio and expertly produced by Ossie Hibbert 'Mr Know It All' captures The Revolutionaries at their creative peak showcased in full effect on the devastating Sly Dunbar propelled ‘War Of The Stars' dub.

After a seven year hibernation, Blood And Fire Records relaunch with this limited edition 12" Record Store Day only pressing of Gregory Isaacs's 1977 roots classic ‘Mr Know It All'. Blood and Fire Records was a reggae and dub record label founded in Manchester, England in 1994. They reissued roots reggae classics by King Tubby, the Congos, and many, many others. Recorded at the legendary Channel One studio and expertly produced by Ossie Hibbert 'Mr Know It All' captures The Revolutionaries at their creative peak showcased in full effect on the devastating Sly Dunbar propelled ‘War Of The Stars' dub.

054645652414

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Format: Vinyl
Label: VPR
Rel. Date: 04/19/2014
UPC: 054645652414

Mr Know It All
Artist: Gregory Isaacs
Format: Vinyl
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Gregory Isaacs 'MR Know It All
2. Ossie Hibbert and the Revolutionaries - War of the Stars

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After a seven year hibernation, Blood And Fire Records relaunch with this limited edition 12" Record Store Day only pressing of Gregory Isaacs's 1977 roots classic ‘Mr Know It All'. Blood and Fire Records was a reggae and dub record label founded in Manchester, England in 1994. They reissued roots reggae classics by King Tubby, the Congos, and many, many others. Recorded at the legendary Channel One studio and expertly produced by Ossie Hibbert 'Mr Know It All' captures The Revolutionaries at their creative peak showcased in full effect on the devastating Sly Dunbar propelled ‘War Of The Stars' dub.