After a few little tribulations, Vernon Maytone's cut of the Tizita riddim, "Why peace take a back seat", is finally out on 7" !
On the flip, Inyaki's instrumental version, "Tizita mood".
Mixed by Inyaki and Dub Terror.
The record is available in a growing number of online shops, and will be available early next year for legal download.
Final cut on the Tizita riddim, Vernon "Maytone" Buckley's "Why peace take a back seat", backed with Inyaki's organ nistrumental "Tizita mood", is coming soon on 7"...
Coming this summer, two new releases on the Tizita riddim :
- Jazzmine Black : "Respect me" / Roots Radics : "Respect dub"
- Jah Bast and the Tamlins : "My meditation of Him shall be sweet" / Danny Culture : "Bloody city"
and later this year Vernon Maytone and Inyaki...
After Prince Alla's "Maybe (one day)" and the Tamlins' "World crisis" released earlier this year, and selected among Ernie B's "essential picks", three more cuts of the Roots Radics' "Tizita" riddim are coming early next year : Jazzmine Black "Respect me" / "Respect dub", Jah Bast and the Tamlins "My meditation of Him shall be sweet" / Danny Culture "Bloody city"
Two last cuts, by Vernon "Maytone" Buckley and Inyaki, will be released later next year.
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Finally, the first two records on the Roots Radics' Tizita riddim are out of press !!! They should reach the stores soon...
The next riddim is on its way... Tizita ("nostalgy" in amharic) is an early 80's style, slow and heavy riddim, played by the Roots Radics of course. The two first releases are scheduled for september-october : Prince Alla - Maybe (one day), and the Tamlins - World crisis.