Here comes a musical gem from the Blackrose Studio: the great singer,
multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, dub engineer and soundman
Prince Jamo on the riddim and vocals with a rootsman anthem, paired with
an uplifting flute cut by none other than Don Fe and two ruff dubwise
excursions. All transferred to 1/2inch tape and mastered with care by
Star Delta and presented with an exceptional watercolor artwork by Chloé
Massive double header of two killer instrumental anthems from Brentford
Road in the latest in a series of special edition 12”s of all-time
classic Studio One party bombs, available on super loud 12”.
Cedric Brooks’ ‘Mun Dun Go’ was first released on Studio One / Bamboo in
the UK in 1970, and is an incredibly hypnotic tune, with original
copies extremely rare and fetching up to £600.
Shortly after this recording, saxophonist Brooks went on to form The Mystic Revelation of Rastafari with Count Ossie.
On the flip, The Sound Dimension’s ‘Heavy Rock’ is one of the foundation
instrumental tunes of reggae music, endlessly versioned by dancehall
artists - a true anthem.