Limited Edition, Gold
Mit spannenden, persönlichen Aufnahmen und einem ausführlichen Blick
hinter die Kulissen begleitet ”The
Police: Around The World” die Band dabei, wie sie neues Territorium
erkundet und lässt uns an den An fängen ihres kometenhaften Aufstiegs
teilhaben: 1979 und 1980 begab die Gruppe sich auf ihre allererste
Welttournee, welche sie durch sechs Kontinente führte. Zwischen den
Auftritten bietet der Film der
DVD/Blu-ray Formate einen heiteren Blick auf die Band auf ihrer Reise um
die Welt und ihre Besuche
bei lokalen Sehenswürdigkeiten. ”Around The World” wird mit
restauriertem Bild und remastertem Ton
präsentiert und enthält vollständige Auftritte von 4 Songs, die in der
Mit diesem Album kombinieren sich Liveaufnahmen und ganz persönlichen
Eindrücke von Sting, Andy
Summers und Stewart Copeland in Japan, Hong Kong, Australien, Indien,
Ägypten, Griechenland, Frankre ich, Südamerika und in den Vereinigten
Staaten; und kreieren so das ultimative „The Police“-Erlebnis.
Jetzt auch als Gold-LP + DVD zu haben.
The Jamaican dub pioneer Lee “Scratch” Perry had the ability to
attract some of the best musicians around to indulge in their fantasies.
He knew how to draw the best out of those who wandered by their
studios. The 1989 compilation album Open The Gate is a
collection of the 12” versions Lee Perry did in the late Black Ark
period. For the recordings, he gathered some of the best singers of the
island, including Anthony “Sangie” Davis, The Heptones, Leroy Sibbles,
The Diamonds, The Congos, Junior Murvin and of course Perry's studio
band The Upsetters amongst others.
The 3LP Open The Gate is available as a limited edition of
2500 individually numbered copies on orange coloured vinyl and includes 3
GRAMMY-Award nominated reggae star Jah Cure hits all the right notes with his new album ‘Undeniable.’ The 11-song project is the 9th studio
album that stays true to the artists trademark of passionate vocals,
romantic overtures, and heartfelt lyrics with cutting-edge sound.
the lead single from the album, features Ghanian Reggae star Stonebwoy.
The soulful collaboration laments a love gone bad and the deep desire
to turn back the hands of time.
soulful longing of Jah Cure's voice throughout Undeniable is as
affecting as it was when he first burst upon the scene back in the late
nineties. His catalog of hit love songs including “Unconditional Love
(feat. Phyllisia)", “That Girl,” and “Never Find” are a continual
reminder that Jah Cure's ability to deliver a love song is undeniable.
The Bob Andy catalogue is one of the most celebrated in the history of
Jamaican music. His touchstone LP from Studio One is a best-selling
singles compilation simply entitled Song Book, a cornerstone of the
Studio One catalogue. Nine of 12 tracks recorded for this project
appeared on Song Book. Bob Andy's works have been covered dozens of
times."Tarrus Riley "Desperate Lover"; Bitty McLean "Let Them Say";
Beres Hammond "I've Got To Go Back Home," Olaf Blackwood "You Don't
• Bunny Lee was the first to actually use reggae in the title of a
record with ‘It’s Reggae Time’ Striker’s propensity for creating hit
records during this period was unmatched and he was awarded the
prestigious “title of Jamaican Producer Of The Year in 1969, 1970, 1971
& 1972” the years covered by this new Boss Reggae focused
compilation.• Striker’s complete mastery of the new reggae rhythms
and “versioning them over” are showcased on this release with the
emphasis placed on the outstanding contribution of the cream of
Kingston’s session musicians
Top-Retrospektive auf die Karriere von Brother Culture, eine der
führenden Persönlichkeiten der UK-Reggae-Szene, von den Wurzeln der
britischen Soundsystem-Kultur über die Bassmusik-Szene bis zu seiner
Zusammenarbeit mit The Prodigy. Seine remasterten Klassiker - darunter
Hits wie Jump Up Pon It, Supanova und My Selecta - sind Symbole des
Einflusses, den karibische, afrikanische und britische Kulturen auf den
globalen Mainstream-Markt haben!
Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on gold coloured
180-gram audiophile vinyl. The Ethiopians was one of Jamaica's most
popular bands during the late ska, rocksteady and early reggae periods.
With the smooth vocals of The Ethiopians in front of the mix and the
organ sound in the background, they recorded Woman Capture Man. The
album is produced by J.J. Johnson, who was a major influence on Jamaican
ska and rocksteady music during the 1960s revolution.
Includes 6 page booklet.
The Lost Albums In Jamaican Bass Player, Bandleader, Songwriter, Singer And Producer Boris Gardiner'sDiscography - First Official Issue Of These Impossibly Rare Albums.Contains
Extensive Booklet, With Jeff Mao Detailing Gardiner's Career And The
70s Jamaican Music Industry. Unpublished Photos And Ephemera.1970s
Jamaica suffered an unprecedented stretch of political turmoil and
violence, and as the country’s economy and morale collapsed, reggae and
its offshoots exploded worldwide. Boris Gardiner enjoyed great success
leading bands, issuing albums that mixed reggae, ska, soul and funk, and
collaborating with the likes of Lee (Scratch) Perry and Herman Chin-Loy
in their legendary studios and playing on hundreds of records. So many
that he lost count. Sometime around the issue of his Boris Gardiner
Happening Is What’s Happening album - a Loft classic, with David Mancuso
favoring Gardiner’s take of Booker T. and the MG’s “Melting Pot” at his
legendary gathering - and his soundtrack to Every N----r Is A Star,
famously sampled by Kendrick Lamar and used as the introduction to the
film Moonlight, two albums - Ultra Super Dub Vols. 1 and 2 - credited to
The Boris Gardiner Happening - two albums so obscure that for the
longest time Boris wasn’t even aware that they existed. Following
classics such as King Tubby’s Dub From the Roots and Augustus Pablo’s
King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown, Miami-based Alty East’s Ultra Records
took instrumentals Gardiner created for a run of 45s, and created and
issued these compilations of dubbed out originals and JA renditions of
songs by Otis Redding, Clarence Carter, Betty Wright, Jimmy “Bo” Horne
and Ultra label-mate Frankie Zhivago Young. Released in tiny runs in
handmade, silkscreened, paste-on covers, they have become some of the
most sought after Jamaican albums. Now, issued under Boris’ guidance,
and with a detailed booklet by Jeff Mao, which delves into the deep
scene which birthed these remarkable records, we can finally consider
the last, unheard portion of this landmark musician’s career.
Wisdom is a journey and a search for what matters in life - a
search for meaning, purpose, place and belonging. Wisdom is a code to
live by where we can accept that it is ok to start over, to make
mistakes, to love, and to feel pain. It is a reminder to focus on the
little things that bring joy and know that all of it is a part of our
individual story." (Press Release Wisdom) In
a time where everyone strives to be as swag, woke, and exceptional as
possible, the trait of being wise seems to be a less important one,
reserved maybe for old age. However, true wisdom comes with experience,
contemplation and understanding (thus being accessible to everyone who
detaches from fast-paced daily routines at times), and it is these
characteristics that Stick Figure has artfully combined in the creation of their seventh studio album Wisdom.