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Lutan Fyah

Postby Peter Dalton » Sun Nov 10, 2013 4:13 pm

Does anyone know of any other cuts employing the rhythm used on Lutan Fyah's "It's Your Society"/"It's Your Dub" (The Age Of Venus Records)?
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Re: Lutan Fyah

Postby giab » Sun Nov 10, 2013 7:11 pm

That was a Jah Warrior production.
There were 2 toher 7"s releases aty the same time, Peter Broggs Free Up The Herb, & Afrikan Simba Imposter.
To twll the truth, it was so long agao I can't remember if they were all on the same rhythm or not, & am at work so can't check.
There was also a compilation cd, Warrior Style. The tracklist is (again , I can't remeber if they are all on different rhythms, try & find some sound samples online)
1 Earl 16 Evolution
2 Ranking Joe Rough To Grow A Youth
3 Evolving Dub
4 Tena Stelin The I Mantra
5 Mantra Dub
6 Peter Broggs Freee Up The Herb
7 Herbal Liberation Dub
8 Afrikan Simba Impostor
9 Impostor Dub
10 Lutan Fyah It's Your Society
11 It's Your Dub
12 Jah Warrior Rock
13 It's Dubbing Time Again
14 A Dub A Day
15 Happy Dub
16 Imperial Rockers
17 So Long In Dub
18 Righteous Children Remix
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Re: Lutan Fyah

Postby Reggaemusicstore » Sun Nov 10, 2013 8:01 pm

I produced that track, there are no other artists on the riddim but there are a couple of unreleased steppers mixes available as dubplate downloads at Reggaemusicstore:

http://www.reggaemusicstore.com/search. ... mit=Search
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Re: Lutan Fyah

Postby dougie conscious » Sun Nov 10, 2013 11:44 pm

would have been nice to get a copy myself
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Re: Lutan Fyah

Postby giab » Mon Nov 11, 2013 3:39 am

I still reckon that 7" you did with Lutan Fyah, "I never surrender my faith" is the best thing i've heard from either from either of you (Steve & Lutan, not you Dougie).
That is a wicked tune.
I 've been playing that Cyrenius Black Jah Is My Rock cd a lot recently Dougie, it is fantastic :)
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Re: Lutan Fyah

Postby Reggaemusicstore » Mon Nov 11, 2013 7:50 am

Thanks for your interesting contribution to the discussion Dougie. I'm sure I would have given you a copy but if you've lost it I think I've got more & will give one to you know who to pass to you next time I see him.

Yes Giab, Never Surrender & the Jah Mason cut Rainbow Circle Throne were probably my 2 biggest selling singles, funnily enough I haven't even got a copy of the Lutan Fyah for myself, must have sold them all without realising I'd forgotten to keep one for myself!
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Re: Lutan Fyah

Postby Peter Dalton » Mon Nov 11, 2013 12:26 pm

Thanks to everyone who responded to my question.
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Re: Lutan Fyah

Postby dougie conscious » Mon Nov 11, 2013 2:33 pm

cant lose what I never had,first time I ever saw it on 7
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Re: Lutan Fyah

Postby mark b » Mon Nov 11, 2013 2:38 pm

:roll: :lol:
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