This is an excellent roundup of early DJ sides from the late '60s and early '70s. Featuring innovators like King Stitt and U-Roy, Keep On Coming Through the Door should help dispel the reputation of reggae's DJ music -- especially the early sides -- as being inferior to the music's more high-profile vocal, instrumental, and dub releases. With a incredible array of microphone personalities to choose between -- from the witty I-Roy and intense Dillinger to the idiosyncratic Prince Jazzbo -- this Trojan collection bristles with energy and inventiveness from start to finish. Featuring the production talents of Joe Gibbs, Bunny Lee, Lloyd Charmers, Glen Brown, Leslie Kong, and others, not to mention some of the island's top session players, Coming Through the Door will work perfectly for listeners interested in checking out the early days of Jamaica's toasting royalty. A nice companion volume to the label's other early DJ roundup, With a Flick of My Musical Wrist.