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Inna De Yard

Postby Arvid » Sat Jan 29, 2005 9:45 am

Babelfish translation of http://www.creation-internet-intranet.c ... tation.htm :

Welcome on this page of presentation of the new label Inna De Yard... Some infos while waiting for the exit of a complete Internet site, under development... Inna de Yard - in the court, at the house - is a new label, a collection, sponsored by Makasound. Inna de Yard present of the songs such as they were born, in all simplicity, in the yards, the back yards, the backs run. A voice, a guitar, sometimes of the Nyahbingy percussions, sometimes of the choruses, with the liking of the vibrations. It is a return to the roots of the reggae, such as it spouted out yards... The collection opens by a disc of the famous guitarist - also type-setter, author and interpret, arranger - of Soul Syndicate, but also of Wailers or today of Sizzla, Earl "Chinna" Smith, called Earl Flute by Keith Hudson for its vocal prowesses. It has been in particular known to have written the inalterable tube of Junior Byles, "Away Face", but also to have arranged the innumerable instrumental ones for the majority of the artists of the island, for more than thirty years. It is today still one of the most run musicians of this small insular world. On this first opus of Inna De Yard, Chinna interprets six pieces which he wrote - whose famous Satan Side, Fade Away, We got coils or Mariwana - and yields the place a piece on two to other artists whom he chose to introduce on his volume Inna De Yard. Young talents like Jah Youth, Emmanuel I, The Maestro, Ade Culture, Israel Voice, and less young people like Ken Bob (Africans Brothers) or Michael Henry a.k.a Close-cropped Michael Jr.

Earl "Chinna" Smith Go back to exit: January 24, 2005 1. CHINNA - Homegrown 2. JAH YOUTH - Well Ah Oh 3. ISRAEL VOICE - All with life 4. EARL SMITH JR - Dem No know 5. CHINNA - We got coils 6. SHORT-NAP CLOTHS MICHEL JR - Medicine man 7. CHINNA - Satan Side 8. EMMANUEL I - Grow Spiritually 9. CHINNA - Mariwana 10. KEN BOB - With chapter day 11 has. CHINNA - Humble Serving 12. THE MAESTRO - Are you ready 13. CHINNA - Daniel CD + DVD no-claims bonus: this first exit of the collection will be double CD (CD + DVD), sold with the price of simple CD. The one hour DVD includes/understands extracts of the recordings in Jamaica, falls, pieces nonpresent on CD, and an exclusive interview of Earl "Chinna" Smith. Credit: Recorded in Chinna' S yard, Kingston 10, mid-august 2004, by Clive "Dub King" Geffrey & Earl Smith Jr. Produced by Earl "Chinna" Smith Executive producer: Baghir for Soundicate Mixed At Bunny Lee Studio by Clive "Dub King" Geffrey Mastered At Dubwise Factory by Serial P Coordination project: Winston McAnuff & Baghir Photographs & films: Nicolas Maslowski Guitars: Earl Smith & for themselves The Maestro, Ken Bob, Emmanuel I, Michael Henry Percussions: Jah Youth, Ken Bob, Emmanuel I, Earl Smith Faraway drums: Kush McAnuff
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Postby JV » Sat Jan 29, 2005 9:57 am

WOW! At last someone releases the forgotten Chinna gem "We Got Coils"
And SHORT-NAP CLOTHS MICHEL JR - Medicine man! Hooray!

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Postby Arvid » Sat Jan 29, 2005 10:26 am

Hmm. Shouldn't have included the tracklist in the "translation".
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