I am sitting here inputting linguistic data from Mayan languages that I don't understand, and the only thing making it tolerable is this Agustus Pablo "King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown" LP that is melting my mind. Shocking since I live in Santa Cruz, but I really haven't gotten nearly into the world of Jamaican music as much as I want to. I've got that one Sister Nancy with "Bam Bam", the Johnny Osborne "Truth and Rights", and a few others here and there that I don't really listen to, but I am for the most part uneducated other than knowing names here and there, and seeing some great shows locally of artists who I have managed to forget the names of. The good stuff just doesn't show up in the real world too often for me.Plaese to reccomend, both records and mixtapes. I know Paycheck has crazy OG JA dub material (where did that dub mix go? I can't find it.), and Mr. Reggae Under Raps has got to have some heaters as well.