Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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Studio One Scorcher Vol.2


















Rating
: 6.5/10 
Sound Quality: Lossless
Format: Flac
Record Label: Soul Jazz Records
Year Released:
2006
Album Covers: Included
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Note From Dada!
Ώτα μου καλημέρα, καλό μήνα και καλό καλοκαίρι
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Η δεύτερη συλλογή της Soul Jazz Records υπό τον τίτλο "Scorcher", με Instrumental θέματα από το θρυλικό Studio One. Αν και τα ονόματα που φιγουράρουν δίπλα στους τίτλους των μουσικών θεμάτων είναι ποικίλα, η συλλογή αυτή απαρτίζεται κυριώς από τις συνθέσεις δύο-τριών εξαιρετικών και "συνηθών υπόπτων" μουσικών του Studio One: Jackie Mittoo, Pablove Black (η "φιγούρα" του οποίου κοσμεί και το εξώφυλλο του δίσκου) και Clement Dodd.

Νομίζω  ότι πρόκειται για ένα από εκείνα τα δισκάκια που όλα τα tracks κυλούν τόσο αρμονικά το ένα μετά το άλλο που δύσκολα ξεχωρίζεις κάποια tracks. Παρόλα αυτά έχοντας κάποια "φοβερά κολλήματα " με μερικά από τα θέματα του δίσκου μπαίνω στη διαδικασία να τα παραθέσω συνοπτικά: "Dick Tracy" (The Skatalites), "Jamaica Bolero" (Tommy McCook), "Black Is Black" (Im And David), "Fozen Soul" (Soul Vendors) και το καταπληκτικό "After Christmas" από μία all star μπάντα απαρτίζόμενη από τους Jackie Mittoo, Bagga Walker, Pablove Black & Devon Russell.

Τέλος για όσους βρουν ενδιαφέρουσα αυτή τη συλλογή βάζω εδώ το link και του Vol.1 (κλικ εδώ)

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About Studio One
Studio One is one of Jamaica's most renowned record labels and recording studios, having been described as "the Motown of Jamaica." Studio One was involved with most of the major music movements in Jamaica during the 1960s and 1970s, including ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub and dancehall. The label was founded by Clement "Coxsone" Dodd in 1954, and the first recordings were cut in 1957 on Brentford Road in Kingston. Amongst its earliest records were "Easy Snappin'" by Theophilus Beckford, backed by Clue J and his Blues Blasters, and "This Man is Back" by trombonist Don Drummond. Dodd had previously issued music on a series of other labels, including World Disc, and had run Sir Coxsone the Downbeat, one of the largest and most reputable sound systems in the Kingston ghettos. The label and studio were closed when Dodd relocated to New York City in the 1980s.
Studio One has recorded and released music by (and had a large hand in shaping the careers of) artists such as The Skatalites, Bob Marley and the Wailers, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Burning Spear, Toots & the Maytals, John Holt, Horace Andy, Ken Boothe, Freddie McGregor, Dennis Brown, Jackie Mittoo, Gladiators, Michigan & Smiley, Wailing Souls, Dillinger, Delroy Wilson, Heptones, Johnny Osbourne, Marcia Griffiths (of the I-Threes), Sugar Minott, The Abyssinians, Culture, Soul Vendors, Lone Ranger, and Alton Ellis. Noted rival Prince Buster began his career working for Dodd's sound system, and the record producer Harry J recorded many of his best-known releases at Studio One.

8 Comments:

Radiodada said...

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Anonymous said...

Soul Jazz records in FLAC ?
Simply the best!

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Briliant as ever, Radiodada i love you!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all these classic albums in high quality. many thanks

Anonymous said...

Give thanks for the share.... Studio One forever big up SoulJazz for the great reissues!

Radiodada said...

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Anonymous said...

heya, could you please re up? would be awesome! THX!!! :-)

JD said...

Any chance of a re-up, please?

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