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Reggae Dynamite Vol 2
Cat: OGR 801. Rel: 01 Dec 20
Reggae Classics/Ska
  1. Melbourne Douglas - "Rudy Skankin On The Moon" (3:14)
  2. The Regulators - "Caymanas Park Rocket" (2:30)
  3. Melbourne Douglas - "Rude Boy Don't Fight" (2:50)
  4. King Deadly - "Joshua A Mek Riddim Run" (2:46)
Review: Having already delivered a multi-artist EP of Reggae Dynamite earlier in the year, nostalgia-fired producer Neil Anderson serves up a speedy sequel on his popular Original Gravity label. Toaster Melbourne Douglas kicks things off with the ska-flavoured cheeriness of 'Rudy Skanking on the Moon', before returning later in the EP with slowed-down, rocksteady style reggae fuzziness of 'Rude Boy Don't Fight'. Elsewhere, label regulars (sorry) the Regulators deliver a high-tempo, Hammond-heavy instrumental workout (the excellent 'Caymanas Park Rocket'), while King Deadly layers languid organ solos over a more dub-wise groove on EP standout 'Joshua a Mek Riddim Run'.
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Don't Look Back In Anger (reissue)
Don't Look Back In Anger (reissue) (white vinyl 7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: OGR 800C. Rel: 24 Mar 21
Reggae Classics/Ska
  1. Don't Look Back In Anger
  2. Love Is A Treasure
Review: Second time around for producer Neil Anderson's most recent record as the Regulators, a late 2020 cover version of Oasis' Britpop classic 'Don't Look Back in Anger'. It's a radical but hugely enjoyable reinterpretation, with Anderson and his bandmates re-imagining it as a skanking slab of rocksteady goodness that comes laden with trademark Hammond B3 organ sounds and lazy trumpet and trombone solos. Like it did first time around, this highly limited, white vinyl edition of the releases comes backed with a faithfully fuzzy and soulful cover of Freddie McKay's 1967 rocksteady standard, 'Love is a Treasure'.
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Don't Look Back In Anger
Cat: OGR 800. Rel: 01 Dec 20
Soul
  1. Don't Look Back In Anger (4:47)
  2. Love Is A Treasure (5:40)
Review: 2020 has been a hugely productive year for Neil Anderson, the vintage reggae, ska and soul loving producer behind the Original Gravity label. Here he rounds off the year via a new single from The Regulators, one of the label's most reliable revivalist reggae combos. The headline attraction here is undoubtedly the skanking cover of Oasis's Britpop smash 'Don't Look Back in Anger', which we're sure will annoy Noel Gallagher no end. Built around a rocksteady groove replete with trademark organ sounds and lazy trumpet and trombone solos, it's a cheeky but brilliantly executed cover. Over on the flip they deliver a more faithful cover of Freddie McKay's 1967 rocksteady standard 'Love is a Treasure'. It's good, but sadly lacks the A-side's "wow" factor.
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Time Is Rocksteady Tight
Time Is Rocksteady Tight (7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: OGR 797. Rel: 06 Aug 20
Reggae Classics/Ska
  1. Time Is Rocksteady Tight (feat PK Brown - take 2) (3:41)
  2. Rocksteady Lockdown (2:35)
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Mek Wi Rukumbine
Cat: OGR 789. Rel: 31 Mar 20
Reggae Classics/Ska
  1. The Regulators - "Mek Wi Rukumbine" (2:42)
  2. Brentford Rd Soul Rebels - "It's Alright Now" (feat Dennis Alcapone - version) (2:52)
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Reggae Dynamite Vol 1 (reissue)
Reggae Dynamite Vol 1 (reissue) (7" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: OGR 791R. Rel: 15 Mar 21
Reggae Classics/Ska
  1. The Regulators - "Why Why Why?" (2:26)
  2. Woodfield Rd Allstars - "Coast To Coast" (2:53)
  3. Woodfield Rd Allstars - "Soul Flute" (2:53)
  4. Prince Dolly - "Why Dub Why?" (2:30)
Review: Original Gravity is run by label owner Neil Anderson, who has a tireless work ethic and superb devotion to ska, reggae, and everything in between. His love of boss rhythms comes to the fore once more here with new tunes from three pseudonyms - The Regulators, Woodfield Road Allstars and Prince Dolly - all of whom, in actual fact, are him. Regulators cut 'Why Why Why' opens up with a heavy bottom end, "Coast to Coast: has a big organ led groove and 'Why Dub Why' reworks the opening tune into a rocksteady roller. Essential repress this, do not sleep.
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