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Tetrack's Unfinished Business

Tetrack's Unfinished Business

Tetrack's Unfinished Business

By Angus Taylor on Thursday, May 19, 2011 - 4 comments

New album out later in the year.

Sampler

TetrackThe harmony group Tetrack who worked with Augustus Pablo in the 1970s and 1980s are back with a new album 'Unfinished Business', scheduled for release in autumn of this year.

Recorded at Carlton Hines and his brothers’ own Artistic Studio Kingston Jamaica, with promotional assistance from Clive Chin, this set could be one of the most highly anticipated returns of 2011.

While you wait for the album, here’s the first single Dread Out Deh, featuring David Madden on trumpet, available now.

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Posted by MrQuick on 05.19.2011
Why do these artists use a computer drum? It would sound so much better with live musicians. Imagine the Radics instead of that computer track...

Posted by Xavier on 05.19.2011
MrQuick :) Stop with the Roots Radics! We know they are the best, but they cant play for all reggae artists.

Posted by MrQuick on 05.22.2011
Hi Xavier: The Radics used to play for everyone, like Sly & Robbie, too, or the Aggrovators. So they are still capable of doing so! And when they used to do that, the music wasnt that bad at all, was it? Now having said that, any other live band rather than computer drums which sound like demos would suit me fine.

Posted by rootsman on 05.22.2011
I agree with Mr. Quick. Authentic Roots comes to its full vibes with live instruments. Roots Radics would be great, but indeed any other dedicated roots band would be better then computerprogram sound.

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