Debut LP of the only - and unique Thurgauer Reggaeband.Musically, Jar modern reggae meets classic rocksteady, experimental influences from the career of the individual members on proven traditional ska. Like the Hammond organ with Leslie amplifier, whose output is distorted, repeated and sensitively enhanced by modern technology; The band's music also enters into the symbiosis between tradition and modernity. And this sound is created that simply does not leave you cold. In summer it fits perfectly and in winter it keeps warm.
The fourth chapter in Booze & Glory discography is based on a new label, the internationally cast London Oi & Streetpunk ensemble (British, Poland, Greeks & Italians) launches 11 new anthems, which can already be sing or grossed after the third beer and second listening. Basic street and Oi! punk
Music without frills and (almost only) instrumental recorded can be found on this album by Rico. This is fabulous, straightforward, jazzy, groovy old school reggae, from ska to mento to rocksteady! A great instrumental mix of old classics and own compositions!
Radiation Roots presents a remake of Dennis Alcapone's "Guns Don't Argue", originally released in 1971. Dennis Alcapone was one of the first to cement his reputation as a star toaster with the small but popular El Paso sound system at Waltham Park After U Roy's breakthrough in the late 1960s, DJs became increasingly well-known. Born in rural Culloden, Dennis Smith immersed himself in the sound system culture after settling in the west of Kingston. When El Paso came out big in the sound system scene, Keith Hudson brought him to the studio for his debut recordings, which led to a debut album for Studio One and hit material for Duke Reid. Alcapone's long-standing ties to Bunny Lee led to the excellent album Guns Don't Argue.