Dennis Brown & The DJ’s – The Joe Gibbs 12″ Selections is the second half of this special double album collection of 12″ selections. Kicking of with “Equal Rights”, Dennis Brown and Big Youth go toe to toe in extended fashion. “Running Up And Down” is a driving dubwise roots riddim featuring first Dennis Brown’s vocal stylings before Big Youth returns to run away with the riddim. Love is in the air on “How Could I Leave”, signature D. Brown with Prince Mohammed adding deejay power to the lover’s argument. “Girl I’ve Got A Date” has Dennis Brown reprising the Alton Ellis classic on a song made even more special by the deejay Trinity getting playful on the ‘part 2’. And the all time fan favorite, “Money In My Pocket” is made all the more valuable by Prince Mohammed coming in on the 12″ selection only found here on Dennis Brown & The DJ’s – The Joe Gibbs 12″ Selections. “Man Next Door” has the Crown Prince of Reggae leading the listener over a blues-influenced riddim before the door is opened for Welton Irie to talk the talk and walk the walk. The lover’s reggae anthem, “Your Love’s Got A Hold On Me”, sees Dennis Brown tearing up the heavy bass line and sharp horn riffs before concluding the album with “I Can’t Stand It”, another thumping bass-driven riddim for the immortal Crown Prince of Reggae and Little U Brown to spar on. With 11 artists over 11 tracks representing more than 60 minutes of music, Dennis Brown & The DJ’s – The Joe Gibbs 12″ Selections is a comprehensive album and a must have for reggae and world music fans everywhere.