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recently stumbled across this record and was utterly surprised when I found out it was recorded in "the golden years" - to my ears the entire production sounds much more modern, so can anybody shed some more on light on this release? where was it recorded and who are the musicians?
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Was listening to the album just a few days ago. It's a quite interesting set but I think that the vocals are lacking. Vivian does sound a bit like a reggae version of Randy Newman. Which is a shame because the rhythms are often quite nice on the set. There's no mentioning of studio on the sleeve but rather likely Gooseburry or similar since it's quite obviously a UK recording.
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I have "Hip hug" on 7'' (I bought it just becaue I love the Slim Smith original) and it certainly sounds like a late 70s UK production. What's great is the version side, i guess it's the same as the last tune listed on the Lp, an hypnotic dub sounding somewhat like early wackies dubs.
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I'm fairly sure that the Bad Weathers lp represents a lineup that is a pretty even mix of fellow original LKJ Poet and the Roots players and musicians that overlapped into Merger.
A couple of interesting Island 12" tracks w/ LKJ production are Just A Game and Married Woman.
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