Asher Senator – Born To Chat

Released by Fashion Records of Lavender Hill, Clapham Junction in 1986, this album (according to my reggae-expert mate John Eden) represents the arse-end of Asher Senator’s run of mid-80s UK dancehall records.  True, it has a bit a  clean, commercial sound, fairly typical of the burgeoning, inexorable move towards digital production, but still a solid, entertaining ten-track trawl through Asher’s world, and a pungent relic of the era. Nice up!

Part of a small haul of reggae records found in Staple Hill Red Cross ages ago. More to follow…

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