BRAND NEW CD in replica Vinyl album sleeve card wallet with inner bag direct from the Rockers Revolt record label BAY MUSIC UK will include a FREE Moon Ska CD...... more
BRAND NEW CD in replica Vinyl album sleeve card wallet with inner bag direct from the Rockers Revolt record label BAY MUSIC UK will include a FREE Moon Ska CD with this item!! Pama International's self-titled debut CD was originally released back in 2002, now repackaged in a cardboard wallet and inner bag. Record label sales notes This is the album where the band immediately set out their Soul-induced Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae stall. Featuring an all-star cast with members from Steel Pulse, Galliano, Pop Will Eat Itself, Bentley Rhythm Ace, Style Council, Big Boss Man and UK Skasters The Loafers, Special Beat, Intensified and Ska Cubano, it has become something of a cult album in the UK and beyond. The album is crammed full of eclectic sounds. Old school meets new in this soundclash of 60's Ska, Northern soul, Lovers Rock, Rocksteady, and even a Sly & The Family Stone classic. It has been deleted for some years now, and Rockers Revolt are delighted to make it available once again. The CD and download album comes with 5 bonus versions, taken from the now deleted Pama International "Dub Store Special" EP, which came out in 2005 and was mixed by Groove Corporation. These tracks also feature Lynval Golding (The Specials) and Lee Thompson (Madness). Tracklisting - 01 Life Circus 02 Truly Madly Deeply 03 I Love You Too Much To Ever Stop Lying 04 Second Chance 05 Earthquake 06 What's Going On? 07 Love We Give 08 You Make Me High 09 Evening Time 10 Thank You 11 If You Want Me To Stay bonus tracks 12 Second Chance (G.Corp mix) 13 Second Chance version (G.Corp mix) 14 Earthquake (G.Corp mix) 15 Dub Quake (G.Corp mix) 16 Evening Time (G.Corp mix)
potato 'International Kidney' (potato - early maincrop)
We sell potatoes by weight but you can expect to receive about 25-30 tubers of this variety in a 2.5kg bag. Position: sun-partial shade Soil: fertile,...... more
We sell potatoes by weight but you can expect to receive about 25-30 tubers of this variety in a 2.5kg bag. Position: sun-partial shade Soil: fertile, well drained Rate of growth: fast-growing Harvesting period: mid June Hardiness: protect tubers from frost This famous main crop potato International Kidney has been made famous by being grown and sold in supermarkets as a new potato. This kidney shaped Heritage potato has a delicious buttery flavour - excellent boiled or as a salad potato. Garden care: As soon as the potato tubers have been delivered you should unpack them and start the chitting (sprouting) process. Place them in single layer in a seed tray without compost and leave in a light, cool area protected from frost. This can be started about six weeks before you intend to plant them. Early varieties can be planted out under frost fleece protection, but the later varieties should be planted after the worst frosts have passed in your area - this is generally mid March to mid April. Dig a trench 8 - 13cm (3 - 5in) deep adding a general purpose fertiliser to the bottom of the trench. Plant the potato tubers in the trenches about 30cm (12in) apart, being careful not to knock the shoots off the tubers, and keeping the shoots facing upwards. Then lightly cover with soil. As the plants get to around 20cm (8in) tall you need to bank up the soil around the plant, so the soil covers the bottom two thirds of the plant. Watering your plants well will help improve crop yield and discourage potato scab.
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