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A Change For Winston Reedy and Donkey Jaw Bone

A Change For Winston Reedy and Donkey Jaw Bone

A Change For Winston Reedy and Donkey Jaw Bone

By Angus Taylor on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 - Comment

Their new album Make A Change is released by Chapter Two.


Winston Reedy - Make A ChangeFollowing last year's album 'Paris Is Burning' with Derajah, the Parisian roots organic group the Donkey Jaw Bone have just released another collaboration longplayer.

This time the band have linked with sweet voiced former Cimarons singer Winston Reedy, who they met during a trip in London in winter 2009 through saxophonist and flutist Eric "Rico" Gaultier from Faya Dub.

Focusing on Rasta messages across its 15 tracks, 'Make A Change' was produced and played by the Bone at their analogue suburban Paris studio.

The album is out now via the deceased French label Makasound's offspring Chapter Two.

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