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Bim Sherman, Tribulation, Down in Jamdown 1974 - 1979

Bim Sherman, Tribulation, Down in Jamdown 1974 - 1979

Bim Sherman, Tribulation, Down in Jamdown 1974 - 1979

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Pressure Sounds Records comes back with a new compilation gathering a selection of unsung Bim Sherman' singles.

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Pressure Sounds strikes again with this new Bim Sherman’s compilation of 7’’ recorded from 1974 to 1979 in Jamaica. Tribulation features 23 tracks originally released on singer and producer Bim Sherman’s own Scorpio, Sun Dew and Red Sea labels.

Bim Sherman - Tribulation Bim Sherman is often associated with UK producer Adrian Sherwood and his On U Sound label. This is another chapter of his early Jamaican career that Pressure Sounds releases here. Including tracks as ‘Love Forever’ - followed by deejay Jah Woosh cut - , humanist ‘Golden Stool’, great ‘Trying’ also known as ‘Gibraltar rock’, powerfull ‘Weakheart Men’ re-recorded later as ‘My Whole World’, this roots set is a must have. Wheter it be ‘World Go Round’ followed by his magical version ‘Every Where You Go’ backed by heavy drum & bass or ‘My Woman’, each song featuring on Tribulation counts among best tunes of this singer passed away in 2000.

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