Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jack Tatty, Dec 4, 2011.
Are you ready to shake your booty?
If we’re doing some gal stuff, I’ve always loved this one and you just don’t get to hear it now,
He's a real tasty geezer!
love this one
Ozziedog',,,,,,,,, if you liked the last one, you’ll love this.
As you know, I'm more old school myself.
It’s a matter of taste I guess . Heavy dub reggae leaves me a bit cold, I much prefer some Ska or Rock Steady where you can still hear the tune < ducks for cover>
I think I might have posted Wear You To The Ball before, but it’s worth repeating….. as is this one
I like it all... but... stuff like the police one above leave me cold. I do like the original police version though.
Try this one. Brilliant cover of the whole album..
I like it all but I've always been particularly attracted no the more extreme ends of musical genres... I like to think anyway.
I played reggae bass with a fantastic reggae but all round brilliant Jamaican drummer for a few years. He'd say, Steve - heavy roots reggae, dub reggae, they have a lot in common with heavy metal - trying to get that "whatever it is" out. Listen to reggae lead guitar - heavy, drums heavy but the rolls are backwards as a finger up. The whole music is one big finger. Like heavy metal.
^ at the same time, the singer was a bona fide Jamaican child star 15-20 years on and his view was "Play some lovers Rock or I won't sing.
You beat me to it.
Ozziedog,,,,,That’s the one I would have popped up next
I still play the album regularly,
Rastaman Vibration, Bob & Wailers of course.
I think when they did 'Concrete Jungle' on The O.G. Whistle Test they won instant respect on the 'Rock' scene.
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