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Earl Sixteen - Natty Farming

Earl Sixteen - Natty Farming

Earl Sixteen - Natty Farming

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A stellar set from Earl 16 and Roberto Sánchez.


Earl 16 - Natty FarmingYou have to be impressed by Spanish producer, mixing engineer and musician Roberto Sánchez. A few weeks ago he and Alpheus dropped a sweet and soulful rocksteady album. Now, he’s responsible for another set, but in a completely different vein.

Earl 16’s Natty Farming is rub-a-dub old school style. Properly old school since the relentless drum patters are laid by Style Scott of Roots Radics fame and originally recorded at Channel One in Kingston.

Just as several other notable album releases from Roberto Sánchez and his A-Lone Productions, Natty Farming is a showcase set with six vocals and their six dubs. Three songs are originals and three are cover versions.

Natty Farming is organic and analogue. It’s warm and Earl 16’s pleading voice floats over the throbbing and syncopated riddims with elegance.

I have yet to hear a below par album or tune from Roberto Sánchez and his crew.

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