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Studio One Dub Fire Special
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SOUL JAZZ/VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 324. Rel: 30 May 16
Dub
  1. Cairo
  2. Lourenco Marques
  3. Callie Roots
  4. Libra (dub)
  5. Dakar
  6. Better (dub)
  7. Rockers Hop
  8. Roots (dub)
  9. Moving (dub)
  10. Just Can't (dub)
  11. Meet 7 Million
  12. Scorpio (dub)
  13. Nairobi
  14. Dub Creation
  15. Virgo (dub)
  16. This Race
  17. Darker Black
  18. Capricorn (dub)
Review: Soul Jazz's latest trawl through the seemingly endless vaults of Clement 'Sir Coxsone' Dodd's Studio One label focuses on Dubs recorded at the label's infamous Brentford Road studio during the 1970s. In many ways, this is the authentic sound of Studio One, featuring as it does music recorded by the legendary in-house bands (The Sound Dimension, New Establishment, Soul Defenders and Brentford all-stars), whose members included such Jamaican music legends as Jackie Mittoo, Leroy Sibbles, Cedric Brooks and Freddie McGregor. Each of the collection's 18 tracks were produced by the ever-present Dodd, who always achieved a balance between the sparse heaviness of Dub, and showcasing the cheery, soulful musicality of his musicians' performances.
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Boombox 1: Early Independent Hip Hop Electro & Disco Rap 1979-82
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SOUL JAZZ/VARIOUS
Cat: SJRCD 334. Rel: 23 May 16
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Mr Sweety G - "At The Place To Be"
  2. Love Bug Star Ski & The Harlem World Crew - "Positive Life"
  3. Neil B - "Body Rock"
  4. Super 3 - "Philosophy Rappin Spree"
  5. Bramsam - "Move Your Body"
  6. Black Bird & Kevski - "On The Go"
  7. Count Coolout - "Rhythm Rap Rock"
  8. Harlem World Crew - "Rappers Convention"
  9. Willie Wood & Willie Wood Crew - "Willie Rap"
  10. Bon Rock & The Ryhem Rebellion - "Searching Rap"
  11. Sugar Daddy - "One More Time"
  12. Spoonie Gee & The Treacherous Three - "The New Rap Language"
  13. TJ Swan - "And You Know That"
  14. Portable Patrol - "Cop Bop"
  15. Master Jay - "We Are People Too"
  16. Sweet G - "Boogie Feelin Rap"
  17. Mistafide - "Equidity Funk"
Review: On Boombox 1, the dusty-fingered crate diggers at Soul Jazz Records have turned their attention to the nascent hip-hop scene developing in New York in the late '70s onwards, gathering together independently released disco-rap and electro released between 1979 and '82. Accompanied by a 40-page booklet telling the story of rap's independent pioneers in impressive detail, it's another essential history lesson. You'll naturally find hard-to-find cuts from visionaries including Spoonie Gee (the quick-fire rhymes and low-slung disco breaks of "The New Rap Language"), TJ Swann and Master Jay, plus killer selections from virtually unknown names. Check, for example, the synth-laden boogie-rap of Neil B's "Body Rock", the hip-shakin' disco hustle of Bramsam's "Move Your Body", and the rubbery brilliance of Sweet G's "Boogie Feelin' Rap".
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Played by: Soul Jazz Records
Boombox: Early Independent Hip Hop Electro & Disco Rap 1979-82
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SOUL JAZZ/VARIOUS
Cat: SJRLP 334. Rel: 23 May 16
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Mr Sweety G - "At The Place To Be" (5:09)
  2. Love Bug Star-Ski & The Harlem World Crew - "Positive Life" (7:18)
  3. Neil B - "Body Rock" (8:11)
  4. Super 3 - "Philosophy Rappin' Spree" (10:42)
  5. Bramsam - "Move Your Body" (8:17)
  6. Black Bird & Kevski - "On The Go" (5:42)
  7. Harlem World Crew - "Rappers Convention" (6:27)
  8. Willie Wood & The Willie Wood Crew - "Willie Rap" (6:00)
  9. Bon Rock & The Rhythm Rebellion - "Searching Rap" (5:30)
  10. Sugar Daddy - "One More Time" (6:36)
  11. Spoonie Gee & The Treacherous Three - "The New Rap Language" (8:09)
  12. TJ Swan - "And You Know That" (7:31)
  13. Portable Patrol - "Cop Bop" (5:39)
  14. Master Jay - "We Are People Too" (5:59)
  15. Sweet G - "Boogie Feelin' Rap" (8:06)
  16. Mistafide - "Equidity Funk" (11:21)
Review: On Boombox 1, the dusty-fingered crate diggers at Soul Jazz Records have turned their attention to the nascent hip-hop scene developing in New York in the late '70s onwards, gathering together independently released disco-rap and electro released between 1979 and '82. Accompanied by a 40-page booklet telling the story of rap's independent pioneers in impressive detail, it's another essential history lesson. You'll naturally find hard-to-find cuts from visionaries including Spoonie Gee (the quick-fire rhymes and low-slung disco breaks of "The New Rap Language"), TJ Swann and Master Jay, plus killer selections from virtually unknown names. Check, for example, the synth-laden boogie-rap of Neil B's "Body Rock", the hip-shakin' disco hustle of Bramsam's "Move Your Body", and the rubbery brilliance of Sweet G's "Boogie Feelin' Rap".
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