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junior english win a version question

Postby croaking lizard » Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:18 pm

greetings

i have a 7" junior english 7" never loose never win on burning sounds

the b-side is titled 'win a version' by the clem bushay all stars

this is more of a dj tune than a classical 'version' or dub on a different riddim as well with a guy toasting over it in quite a strange way.

i'm intrigued to know if the b-side is mislabeled, who the dj is, and the riddim. it sounds very familiar.

also anybody knows what the riddim on 'never loose never win' is and if it has been reused? this is a wicked tune.

give thanks

lizzy
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Re: junior english win a version question

Postby jahkob » Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:40 pm

i have no idea but love the synth sounds in the mix. here´s the video link for all of us who haven't heard this one before.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqu5pGulEi4
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Re: junior english win a version question

Postby croaking lizard » Sun Mar 02, 2014 2:20 pm

yes those synth sounds are proper

the 'dj' tune i inquired about can be heard here :

http://www.buyreggae.com/sounds/5/59077B.mp3

still haven't found out any thing else about it.
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Re: junior english win a version question

Postby roots tradition » Sun Mar 02, 2014 3:28 pm

don't know who the dj is or what the riddim is called, but Musical Youth based their Generals on it.
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