Released in 1985, Under Mi Sensi by reggae artist Barrington Levy became one of the most recognisable reggae tracks of all time. Yesterday, I bopped down to my local vinyl fair at Komedia, which hosts vinyl fairs in around Brighton every few months. When I arrived, the whole basement was filled with keen music collectors and vinyl enthusiast. I had a good old dig around one stall in particular, and to my amazement found a copy of Barrington’s Under Mi Sensi, along with Sista Nancy, and a whole heap of other great tracks. As I am a keen reggae fan, I’ve always wanted this on 7″ vinyl and yesterday I got super lucky!
Go and support your local vinyl fair/record store and you never know what gem’s you might find! Enjoy this one, crank it loud!
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