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A novelty group if there ever was one, but they still had their day with the big hit "Pass the Dutchie", not that any of them were even old enough to know what they were singing about, or should have been. Beyond that track there's not a whole lot that's remarkable about their commercial ... LP, Vinyl record album
Adrian Sherwood and crew pay tribute to Horace Swaby's afrocentric dub classic. Gentle melodica melodies twist in and out of the sort of crazy dubbed out excursions you'd expect from the Dub Syndicate. Includes the title track, "Pressurized", "Red Sea" and "Tributr". LP, Vinyl record album
Hats off to Hugh Masekela – one of the few artists who could record for the Casablanca label and never manage to lose his own sense of sound and spirit! The album's a surprisingly great one, filled with the kinds of subtle touches and earthy soul we've always loved in Hugh's music – ... LP, Vinyl record album
Very groovy! Japanese flute meets funky big band arrangements – on cuts that include "Sound Of Silence", "Hey Jude", "Fool On The Hill", "Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay", and "Sunny". LP, Vinyl record album