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First time re-issue for this golden age righteous rastaman business from Barrington Levy & Trinity. In the rockers era Trinity cemented his place as the number one deejay scoring countless hits and becoming almost an almost essential ingredient on the onslaught of discomixes from yard. Moving into production with his own Flag Man label this 1979 crucial combination killer with Barrington „Lose Respect“ was also the first in a long parade of Mr. Levys 12-inch single hits for Greensleeves Records. The flipside features the soulful lovers rock lick of „Since You Are Gone“ / „Give Love A Try“ from Roman Stewart & Trinity to rival the previous and much loved versions by Delroy Wilson, Pat Kelly & David Isaacs.
Trinity (real name: Wade Brammer) is the Jamaican deejay, and the elder brother of Clint Eastwood (alias Robert Brammer). He started his career on several sound systems in Kingstons and recordings followed for producer Joseph Hoo Kim, Yabby You, Winston Riley, Tommy Cowan and Joe Gibbs, with whom he realised his most known tune "Three Piece Suit" (which prompted an answer record and huge hit from Althea & Donna using the same riddim "Uptown Top Ranking")