Fresh Revive 45's- BAFfers delight!

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Fresh Revive 45's- BAFfers delight!

Postby cabezatosh » Mon Jan 03, 2005 7:42 pm

Yes yes-

Two 7" re-issues from the vaults of Mnzie Swaby have just been re-issued by Jammyland. If you loved Jr Byles & Friends- 129 Beat Street and Ja-Man All Stars- In the Dub Zone, these will be of particular interest.

The first is an alternate mix of Pablo Moses- "One People" on the Ja-Man label. Wicked dub version from the Rebels on the B-side.

Also back in circulation, the masterpiece from Still Cool called "What A Shame". The Militants' "Steve Biko" is the killer Dub on the B-side. This one appears on the Field Marshall label. Thank God for this. It's been at the top of my wanted list for years.

They're slowly trickling out to other shops, but Jammyland's your best bet to pick them up at the moment.

Health & Strength in 2005 and beyond to all Reggae lovers!
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Postby skunkride » Mon Jan 03, 2005 10:08 pm

Cheers for the heads up cabezatosh !
Would definitely check for those 7"s...
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Postby Ringo » Tue Jan 04, 2005 10:48 am

Nice one, one of my favourite producers/labels.
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Postby nick » Tue Jan 04, 2005 4:58 pm

nice one.. good news

big up to jammyland, malcolm, and mr swaby for getting it done and out
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Postby skunkride » Mon Jan 10, 2005 3:47 pm

Wondering how different is the 7" version of "One People" from the version on BAF CD ?
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Postby cabezatosh » Mon Jan 10, 2005 11:43 pm

The "One People" 7" mix is different because it adds guitar & synthesizer to the mix, replacing the horns on the BAF cut.

This explanation comes direct from the mouth of the producer.

Just listened to them back to back & I can honestly say that I dig the 7" mix a little more. Both are shining examples of Reggae music at its finest. No doubt about that. Wisdom from the tongue of Pablo Moses. Big up Manzie Ja-Man Swaby for doubling our pleasure with a pair of killer mixes.
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