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message_music wrote:id jus prefer to here the sounds try and mash eachother with lots of dubplates and weight ! no need for crappy soundboy lyrics
kalcidis wrote:So Red Rose passed by London in '84/'85 heard Slaughter, went back to JA, recorded it for Tubbs who then released it. While in the UK they saw Tempo boom up and still waited until '86 to release their original cut? It sounds a bit far fetched to be honest and more like something I'd expect to hear from a person who was affiliated with JTS/Dixie P. I might be wrong but it would really astound me if it was an earlier recording.
Rootsman wrote:Yup bang on, doesn't make sense. Slaughter came out about a year after Tempo. Anyway those Red Rose dubs on Tubbys riddims were voiced in JA and they also came after Tempo. Trust me, I was in the dance when they got played.
kalcidis wrote:Rootsman wrote:Yup bang on, doesn't make sense. Slaughter came out about a year after Tempo. Anyway those Red Rose dubs on Tubbys riddims were voiced in JA and they also came after Tempo. Trust me, I was in the dance when they got played.
Not sure how you mean. The Tempo rhythm (and/or different vocals on it) was being played in dances prior Red Rose's vocal was recorded for Tubbs?
KingSimeonSound wrote:People know the JTS tune was released after Tempo, thats fact. Not all my recollections were spot on with regards to my conversation with some of those involved in the tune. But I'm certainly not trying to re-write history.. not trying to be sensational, though I get where it looks that way. Just interested in context and some history, how things were in those times. The fact was studios were making tunes 24/7 and with digital sounds and flavours that were in a similar vein.
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