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Back Catalogue: Roots/Lovers Rock

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Free The People
Cat: JETRECORDS 003CD. Rel: 23 Sep 20
  1. Free The People
  2. Treachery
  3. Good People
  4. Express Yourself
  5. Mr Somebody
  6. You Can Make It If You Try
  7. Akwa Idim
  8. Sugar Node Bitter
 in stock $15.10
This Road
This Road (CD)
Cat: EVER 110CD. Rel: 28 Sep 20
  1. Music Shall Live (feat Lee Scratch Perry)
  2. Let Me In
  3. Amnesia Moon
  4. Sweet Mary Jane
  5. Ghost Heart
  6. Fairy Tales
  7. Uncertain Times
  8. Sunny Days
  9. Won't Bow Down
  10. Toughen Up
  11. Sweet Love
Review: On her first full-length excursion, Denise Sherwood has wisely called on the production talents of her father, legendary On U-Sound main man Adrian Sherwood. It's a smart move. While it always sounds like her musical vision - it's her sweet, emotive and quietly soulful voice that dominates throughout - Sherwood the Elder has predictably done a terrific job in bringing it to life. While his dub roots naturally shine through, This Road is a pleasingly eclectic beast, with tracks variously touching on trip-hop (the string-laden brilliance of 'Let Me In', the dub-wise 'Mezzanine'-era Massive Attack paranoia of 'Fairy Tales'), drum & bass (Lee 'Scratch' Perry hook-up 'Music Shall Live'), Roots style hip-hop soul ('Sweet Mary Jane'), dubstep ('Ghost Heart'), jazz-meets-South African Juju ('Sunny Days') and Lovers Rock ('Uncertain Times').
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It's Time Showcase
Cat: DSR 003. Rel: 16 Mar 18
  1. Jah Jah Reign
  2. Jah Jah Dub
  3. Day To Day Ghetto Livin'
  4. Ghetto Dub
  5. How Sweet It Is
  6. How Sweet Is Dub
  7. How Could I Live?
  8. How Could I Dub!
  9. Thanx Givin' Ceremony (feat Tonda)
  10. Thanx Givin' Dub
  11. Deliver Me
  12. Deliverance Dub
  13. She's Out Of My Life
  14. Out Of My Hands Dub
  15. Moonlite Lover
  16. Moonlite Dubber
  17. It's Time
  18. Timeless Dub
  19. Rockfort Rock UK Millennium Medley (feat Creation Stepper)
  20. Millennium Dub
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Guiding Star
Guiding Star (unmixed CD)
Cat: AICD 01. Rel: 23 Nov 20
  1. Guiding Star Intro
  2. Changes Come (feat Messenjah & UPfront Family)
  3. Dub Soljah - "Changes Dub"
  4. Traveling (feat dub Soljah)
  5. Dub Soljah - "Missing Dub"
  6. Guiding Star (feat Disciples riddim Section)
  7. Russ D - "Guiding Star Dub"
  8. Warrior Of Jah Light (feat Kris Kemist & dub Soljah)
  9. Sista Sherin - "Warrior Melodica Cut"
  10. Sound System Rise (feat UPfront Family)
  11. Dub Soljah & Sista Sherin - "Inity Dub"
  12. Tree Of Life (feat BacKIIRootS riddim Section)
  13. Dub Soljah - "Dub Of Life"
  14. Joyful Way (feat UPfront Family)
  15. Dub Soljah - "Joyful Afrika Dub"
  16. Ises Unto HIM (feat RockRadioHermes & Reality Shock)
  17. Russ D - "Free Birds Dubwise"
  18. Higha Meditation (feat Far East & UPfront Family)
  19. Dub Soljah - "Higha Dubwise"
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Swimming Lessons
Cat: MRBCD 212. Rel: 08 May 19
  1. Learning To Swim
  2. Restless (feat Protoje)
  3. Gets On Top
  4. New Kind Of Friend
  5. This Is An Interlude
  6. What Did I Learn Today?
  7. Oh My Love
  8. The Island
  9. I'm A Fool
  10. Armageddon (feat Runkus)
  11. Donkey Brain
  12. La La La
  13. Love Is The Devil (feat Jesse Royal)
  14. Stop Looking Back
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We Are Many
Cat: WAHCD 038. Rel: 26 Nov 20
  1. Rat Race
  2. Love & Unity
  3. We Are Many
  4. Move In Silence
  5. One Step Away
  6. No Sacrifice
  7. Rolling (Em Barra Do Sahy)
  8. Slave
  9. Light The Way
  10. Hands In The Ground
  11. We Won't Lose Hope
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Mojo Rocksteady Beat
Cat: SJRCD 173. Rel: 24 Jan 08
  1. Less Problem
  2. Rockfort Rock
  3. Funky
  4. Ten To Ten
  5. Jamaica Underground
  6. Real Rock
  7. Reggae Time
  8. In Cold Blood
  9. Heavy Rock
  10. Great Mu Ga Ru Ga
  11. Park View
  12. Ironside
  13. Mojo Rocksteady
  14. Scorcia
  15. Drum Song
  16. Summertime
  17. Straight Flush
  18. Jamaica Bag
Review: 'Mojo Rocksteady Beat' is the new compilation of classic recordings from The Sound Dimenison, the funkiest group in the history of Reggae.
The Sound Dimension have recorded some of the most important songs in Reggae music; songs such as 'Real Rock', 'Drum Song', 'Heavy Rock',
'Rockfort Rock', and 'In Cold Blood' - all classic songs that have become the 'foundation' of Reggae music, endlessly versioned and re-versioned
by Jamaican artists since the time they were first recorded.
As the in-house band at Studio One in the late 1960s, The Sound Dimension also played alongside everyone from The Heptones, and Alton Ellis,
to Ken Boothe, Marcia Griffiths and more. Similar to their US counterparts, The Funk Brothers at Motown, and Booker T and The MGs at Stax,
The Sound Dimension recorded, on a daily basis, incredibly catchy and funky tunes matched by a seamless musicality.
Featuring musicians of the calibre of Ernest Ranglin, Jackie Mittoo, Eric Frater, Leroy Sibbles, Don Drummond Jnr, Deadley Headley and more,
the Sound Dimension existed from around 1967 to 1970 and all the recordings featured here were originally released during this period. For a band
with a fluid line-up, they had an amazingly consistent sound, laying down classic rhythms for the singers of the day at Studio One as well as stretching
out with their own recordings. Check out the amazing trombone of Vin Gordon, rightly re-named 'Don Drummond Jnr' by Sir Coxsone, honouring both
the musical abilities of the young Gordon, and that of his forerunner in the Skatalites and ex-Alpha Boys teacher. His sparring partner on horns would
usually be Deadly Headley Bennett.
The Sound Dimension featured a unique combination of musicians from different backgrounds, such as those from the original jazz big bands on the
island or players from the north coast hotel music circuit; listen to 'Park View' and hear the two unique styles of Eric 'Rickenbacker' Frater, with his
fuzz-box lead guitar, dueling with the jazz virtuosity of fellow guitarist Ernest Ranglin. After Jackie Mittoo officially emigrated to Canada in 1968
(although often continuing to return for sessions), keyboard duties were also supplied by the equally funky Richard Ace or Robbie Lyn, all against the
rhythmic bass-lines of the Heptones' own Leroy Sibbles.
None of this can explain the importance of this music. The melodies to their classic songs are a thousand times better known than the musicians who
originally created them. Played and re-played by every house band for every producer on the island, these iconic rhythms became the basis for dancehall
and laid the foundations for the future of Jamaican music. This album can be seen as a companion to the earlier Sound Dimension release 'Jamaica Soul
Shake' and together these two albums make a unique and definitive document of a seriously important set of recordings.
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