In 1980 Gerald Moore - of G.T. Moore and the Reggae Guitars and Heron fame - was in Kingston, Jamaica working with Lee Perry on the eturn of Pipecock Jackxon LP. Gerald went into Harry Js studio with James Lascelles (Global Village Trucking Company, The Breakfast Band) and Bud Beadle (Ginger Baker & Salt) alongside members of Zap Pow: Don Grant, Cornell Marshall and Dwight Pinkney.Of the four tracks recorded (two vocal and two instrumental) only topia was ever released (on the Black Star Liner label in 1980 and then reissued by Partial in 2014).The tapes sat around gathering dust for the best part of 40 years and are now finally unearthed. Mixed directly from the masters by Dougie Wardrop are Jerusalem, Working For The Dollar and Constant Spring. Also Utopia gets a fresh mix.