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Them Saying
Cat: AM 027. Rel: 01 Dec 23
Roots/Lovers Rock
Them Saying (4:00)
Them Saying (version) (3:52)
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See A Man's Face
Cat: GD 7004. Rel: 30 May 23
Roots/Lovers Rock
See A Man's Face (3:18)
See A Man's Dub (2:40)
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Ram Jam Party
Cat: GDY 001. Rel: 30 Jan 23
Roots/Lovers Rock
Ram Jam Party (3:24)
Rammed Dub (3:24)
Review: The Goodies label makes its bow here with a fully licensed 7" that features the Enos McLeod tune 'Ram Jam Party' backed with 'Rammed'. The former was the opening and title track from the Jamaican reggae singer's 1996 album. It is impassioned lovers' rock with his yearning and vulnerable vocals over clean reggae rhythms, with bright chords and lumpy drums and bass. The flip is a dub version with crispy hits and digital synths paired with the natty guitar riffs and organic piano chords. This is a good start and augurs well for the future of this label.
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Pablo Nuh Jester
Cat: KJNJ. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Roots/Lovers Rock
Augustus Pablo - "Pablo Nuh Jester" (2:39)
Enos McLeod - "Version Aka Last Of Jestering" (2:27)
Review: Augustus Pablo and Enos McLeod were something of a dub dream team back in the heyday of the gene in Jamaica. They produced plenty of great jams together, a few of which are being reissued at the moment. This one is another heavy hitter from the pair. 'Pablo Nuh Jester' pens up with some traditional drum shuffle and natty guitar work. The kicks sit perfectly in the bass while the florid bursts of harmonica are pure vibes. On the B-side, Enos McLeod steps up to rework and further dub out his own rhythmic framework and calls it 'Last Of Jestering.'
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Pablo In Red
Cat: PIRWR. Rel: 13 Jun 24
Roots/Lovers Rock
Augustus Pablo - "Pablo In Red" (2:55)
Enos McLeod - "Version Aka Well Red" (2:53)
Review: Man like Augustus Pablo is revered amongst true dub heads. His ability to lay down killer riddims was second to none back in the day and this one is a classic amongst many. 'Pablo In Red' rides on a tuff rhythm from the mid-seventies that was originally produced by Enos McLeod. It has some enriching harmonics and wobbly low ends. On the flip, McLeod's 'Well Red' is a dubbed-out version with extra sonic spice making it more late night and twisted.
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