man that juks incorporation

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Postby Professor Mushtaq » Fri Jan 28, 2005 12:39 am

Yeah - gotta love that big Hammond sound, I was stoked when I saw it getting lugged on stage to play with the Re-Mains (Country Got Soul Vol 3) . I had the pleasure of meeting Mr Maclagan a few years back in Amsterdam, and he is an absolute gent as well as one of the tastiest practitioners of the B3.
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Postby jb welda » Fri Jan 28, 2005 12:49 am

juks incorporation is a two part dub album released by studio one under artist "dub specialist".

ernie currently has vols 1 & 2 in stock on LP and vol 1 in stock on cd (with 2 bonus tracks). i believe i have a production cd with both vols on it but maybe im wrong about that part (i always thought it had both vols on it but i believe juha at one time pointed out that it was incomplete).

oh and for some reason i have the spelling "juks" in my head but evidently its actually "jucks".

i say, go deh.

or if you cant maybe i can burn you a copy of the remaster i have.

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Postby jb welda » Fri Jan 28, 2005 12:53 am

yes prof gotta agree on mac. after i caught them at rotr i saw he had a web page and an email so i emailed him asking if that was really him playing with david lindley. to my surprise a few minutes later i got a return email back saying yeah and explaining how he came to play with those guys. so i offered to send him a recording of their set a friend taped off the low power fm radio station they have going for the festival, and in return he sent me a copy of the faces compilation "five guys walk into a bar". i know its way off topic but i would recommend anyone who likes this sound check this one out, i was amazed at how much the faces sound depended on the keyboard playing. that 4 cd set is a jewel in itself, some great stuff i thought i would never listen to again, from before rodney started making such a cliche of himself. and ronny wood was still playing a mean guitar back then too.

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Postby jay-b » Fri Jan 28, 2005 5:53 am

re: spelling - its JUK's on the cover of my vinyl versions....
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Postby j j » Fri Jan 28, 2005 6:24 am

Listening to Jucks Inc Vol 2 at the moment .wonderful - good press too!

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