"Music is psychology. And if the music does not penetrate the heart, the soul, the mind, and the body, then you ain't gonna feel it.
Because reggae music is not something that you hear, it's something you feel.
And if you don't feel it, you can't know it. It is a spiritual music with spiritual ingredients for spiritual purposes."
To be found on the flip of Prince Alla's "The system" 12", here is the second tune on the brand new Abeng riddim : The Psalms, featuring Nambo Robinson 8 min discomix, with a wicked trumpet solo by Alex Schneiter and a heavy dub.
Mixed by Donald "Tixie" Dixon and Adrien Oesch
Hear it here
All the cuts on the Roots Radics' "Tizita" riddim are now available from Juno, and soon on other usual websites !
6 vocals, 1 instrumental, and 4 dubs, including the unreleased version of Vernon Maytone's "Why peace take a back seat", mixed by Inyaki and Dub Terror.
Get them over here...
I am glad to announce that all the cuts of the original Roots Radics' "Tizita riddim" - plus the unreleased dub version of Vernon Maytone's "Why peace take a back seat", mixed by Inyaki and Dub Terror - will be available on download in march.