Rhythm Master On The Wire Part Two | Tribute to the Godson – Glenmore Brown
The War Is Over (continued)
1. African Drums – Glen Brown – African Museum
2. Only Love – Gaby & Wilton – Scorpion**
3. Right Food Skank – G.L.B. – South East Music Limited
4. Jah Jah Bring Everything – Jah Glen as Glen Richard - South East Music Limited
Glen Brown At Cross Roads
5. Version – G.L.B. - South East Music Limited
6. Mr Ball Head Akekin – Bobby Aitken - Pantomine
7. Glen Brown At Cross Roads – Glen Brown – Pantomine
8. Crankie Bine – Rosey Davis
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Rhythm Master On The Wire Part Two | Tribute to the Godson – Glenmore Brown The War Is Over (continued)
Moods On the Wire - A Tribute To The Work Of Harry Mudie
Born in Spanish Town, Jamaica 1940, Harry Mudie operated his own sound system "Mudies Hi-Fi" in the mid fifties, before moving to the UK to study electronics and photography. Returning to Jamaica, he began producing Jamaican R&B records from the late 1950s. His first production was "Babylon Gone" (1962) by rasta drummer Count Ossie, released in the UK in 1962 on Blue Beat. He was the first producer to use string sections in reggae, starting with John Holt’s 1973 album "Time is the Master". From the mid to late 1970s he had his greatest success producing artists such as Gregory Isaacs, The Heptones and Cornel Campbell.
Dennis Walks – Drifter - (Moodisc) - (C)
Bongo Herman - Car Pound Drifter - (Moodisc) - (C)
King Tubby Tubby - Red Red Red Dub - (Cactus)
I.Roy -D.J. Drifter - (Moodisc) - (C)
Bunny Meloney - I’ve Been A Loser - (MHA)
Big Joe - Drifter In The Ball - (Moodisc) - (C)
King Tubby - Drifting Dub - (Moodisc) - (B)
Rhythm Rulers - Drifter Bratah - (Moodisc) - (C)
Tommy McCook - Drifting With A Flute - (Moodisc) - (C)
John Holt - Love is Gone - (Cactus)
King Tubby - Dub With A Difference - (Moodisc) - (A)
Heptones - Love Without Feeling - (Moodisc)
G.G Russell - Who Who Wha - (Moodisc) - (E)
I.Roy - Musical Pleasure - (MHA)
Shark Wilson - God Is Standing By - (Cactus)
King Tubby - Planet Dub - (Moodisc) - (B)
The Eternals - Push Me In The Corner - (MHA)
John Holt - Time Is The Master - (Cactus)
Gladstone Anderson - Portrait of Inga - (Ashanti) - (D)
Maria Mudie - Caught You A Lie - (Cactus)
King Tubby - Caught You Dubbing - (Moodisc)
King Tubby - Jungle Walk Dub - (Moodisc)
Ebony Sisters - Let Me Tell You Boy - (Moodisc) - (E)
Moodies Allstars - Let Me Tell You Version - (Moodisc) - (E)
Jah Wilson - Stand In A Yard & Praise Yah - (MHA)
Count Sticky - What Do Yu So - (Moodisc)
I.Roy - Let Me Tell You Boy - (Moodisc)
Lloyd Jones – Rome - (Moodisc) - (F)
Jo Bennett - Leaving Rome - (Moodisc) - (G)
Gladstone Anderson - Leaving Rome - (Ashanti) - (D)
King Tubby - Roman Dub - (Moodisc) - (A)
Dennis Walks - Heart Don’t Leap - (Moodisc) - (E)
Winston Wright - Musically Red - (Moodisc)
I.Roy - Heart Don’t Leap - (Moodisc) - (H)
King Tubby’s - Heart Leap Dub - (Moodisc) - (B)
Mundies Allstars - Serious Business - (Moodisc) - (E)
Count Ossie - Whispering Drums - (Moodisc) - (E)
Gladstone Anderson - The Elected One - (MHA)
Lenny Hibbert - Ital Vibes - (Moodisc)
King Tubby & Strings - Dub In Rema - (Moodisc)
Where Noted The Above Are Also Available On The Albums Listed Below (A) Dub Conference Vol 1
(B) Dub Conference Vol 2
(C) Reggae Bible, Book Of Drifters
(D) It May Sound Silly
(E) Let Me Tell You Boy (Trojan)
(F) Sufferers Choice (Attack)
(G) Blow, Mr Hornsman (Trojan)
(H) Keep On Coming Through The Door (Trojan)
Broadcast on 1st August 1994. Music Selection & Show Production By Steve Barker, with invaluable assistance from Chris Reynolds.
Special Thanks to Mike Martin, Tony Derwent, John Wyer
Unser Gast, GÃ¶tz MÃ¼ller-DÃ¼rholt, ist Tonstudio-Inhaber, macht Videopodcasts - und erklÃ¤rt die GEMA. AuÃerdem: RFID in FestivalbÃ¤ndchen, WLAN in Bussen, Rundshow und Social-Media-Narrative.
WWW, October 2007 - Adrian Sherwood’s On-U Sound takes a special place within the catalogue of UK DUB and Reggae productions, ever since he started releasing.
When you hear words like "experimental" or "progressive", more often than not you are listening to word that covers up an inability to work with the real deal rather than an accurate description of someone’s productions.
It’s sad, but true.
However, there are producers who have proven themselves to be worthy of carrying such descriptions and Adrian Sherwood definitely is one of them.
He started his On-U project in 1980, and has been steadily releasing material that would at least inspire many other producers. Whether he recorded singers like Bim Sherman or DJ’s like Prince Far I, every time he managed to add that special touch that would become his trademark to the day this is written (October 2007).
Although Sherwood definitely knows his Reggae, he also mixes (elements of) other musical forms with the rhythm of the drum and bassline. His philosophy and musical in-sight make him come up with original experiments and progressive productions that may not be appreciloved by the purists, but will be acknowledged by every true connoisseur of Reggae Music.
In this podcast, we are being treated to 5 excellent maxi-singles from the Sherwood Stable, showcasing his material from especially the early 1980’s.
A deep, deep DUB experience like no other Sound can give On-U!
1982-83; 1a. "You´re The One" - Bim Sherman
1b. "Pounding System" - Dub Syndicate
1c. "Bedward The Flying Preacher" - Prince Fari + Singers & Players
1981; 2. "Family Doctoring" - African Head Charge 1984;
3. "Over Board" - Dub Syndicate 1983;
4a. "African Blood" - Singers & Players
4b. "Blood Shed" - Singers & Players
5. "Two thieves And A Liar" - Gary Clail + On-U Sound System
WWW, December 2007 - Get ready for a deep, deep journey into the mystical realms of Adrian Sherwood’s On-U Sound from the early 1980’s into the present time.
When Adrian Sherwood started releasing his experiments and DUB excursions beyond the realms of Reggae, he took a special place in the history books of Reggae Music. Until this present day he maintains his position as head of one of the most remarkable stables UK DUB.
In fact, counting Adrian Sherwood among the UK DUB engineers would not give him the credit he truly deserves. He has a truly outernational perspective on his productions and even though Reggae and Jamaican Reggae in particular is the roots of his products, nobody is really surprised when he will incorporate elements of other musical streams and styles in his releases as well.
Ravi Shankar, for example. The Indian Sitar player made his name during the 1960’s when his works (called Raga’s) were made popular by the Beatles (or some other band).
We will hear him, as well as a whole number of artists produced or released by Adrian Sherwood in what truly is an outernational experience, a deep deep DUB Journey beyond the realms of Reggae!
01. Yes its bless (alternate take) - Dub Syndicate (2001)
02. Can´t stop jumping - Bim Sherman & Dub Syndicate (1983)
03. Resolution (part 2/version 2) - Singers & Players (1982)
04. Dervish chant - African Head Charge (1990)
05. Learning to cope with cowardice - Mark Stewart & The Maffia (1983)
06. Cliched dub slave - Adrian Sherwood (2006)
07. Rise up - Ghetto Priest (2003)
08. Le temps simmobilise - Samia Farah (1999)
09. Sinners - Little Axe (2004) 10. Paradise of nada - Adrian Sherwood (2003) 11. Free the marijuana (part 1) - Audio Active (1994)
12. Ravi Shankar - Dub Syndicate & Rootsman (1996)
Larry "Fuzz-o" Dolman is the founder, editor and head writer of Blastitude, one of the world’s first online music fanzines. Through his writing, he has also acted as something of an unofficial musical mentor for your host. He is an excellent musician from the mostly obscure, broken up and Nebraskan bands Opium Taylor, Head of Femur, Think (recently reformed), TV City and some solo stuff. In this episode (part one of two), we talk in depth about the art of Jamaican toasting, (the direct precursor to hip hop), and Mr. Dolman shares a mix of his favorite deejays from the 70’s. Enjoy.
The name Mizell may not set bells ringing in every household, but to those of us who devour the small print on the backs of record sleeves, they’re legends, a family that has made its mark on music as firmly as any alive. Larry, Fonce and Rod between them penned the famous early hits for the Jackson 5, ushered jazz and funk breathlessly into each other’s arms, complete with synthesizers, and also penned the odd disco hit, but their impact was most definitely felt in jazz, where they produced the groundbreaking early ’70s work of Donald Byrd, introducing the synthesizer to his sound and laying down tracks that have inspired samplers down the years. They also found time to help put a man on the moon, but that’s another story. Recently the Mizells have been working with both bleeding-edge producers 4 Hero and Madlib, as well as being part of our very own A Class Of Its Own recording session…
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