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Pressure Sound edits two deep roots 45'

Pressure Sound edits two deep roots 45'

Pressure Sound edits two deep roots 45'

By Xavier Simacourbe on Tuesday, October 16, 2007 - Comment

The label edits two 45’ originally released on Arab and Channel One.

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Roots fans and collectors should be glad…Pressure Sounds has decided to edit two sought heavy roots tunes with Mother Country by Wayne Jobson and Little Madness and Jah Creation by Creole.

The first one, a deep roots song with a classy dub was originally pressed on Arab label and produced by ‘Native’ Wayne Jobson. Native is an American producer who worked with Gregory Isaacs or Toots and The Maytals. With Mother Country created with Errol Thompson and his old band Little Madness, Native had chance to play some of the songs he wrote with his brother Brian for Lee "Scratch" Perry at his legendary Black Ark Studio in September 1977.

Follows Jah Creation by Creole another fantastic tune from Channel One. Known as a sound system “killer tune” often played by Jah Shaka, this Creole cut is very requested by the roots reggae collectors. As Pressure Sounds press release explains this issue is “a real peoples choice” !

Creole - Jah Creation - FACE A Creole - Jah Creation - Face B

 

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