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Git Up - Various - Dancehall Connection Part 2 (Vinyl, LP)

Welcome to the Dancehall Sound from Jamaica. The sound that grew out of the dances in Jamaica around the beginning of the 's. The musical style again slowed the reggae beat down to give an uncluttered, sparce backdrop, allowing the singers and DJ's more space to express themselves/5(6). Nov 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dance Hall Session on Discogs. Label: Real Authentic Sound - RASSO ,RAS Records - RASSO ,Studio One - RASSO • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Reggae • Style: Dancehall/5(10). The next journey, Part 2 will be released in after stringent road-testing with audiences over 35 shows across New Zealand, UK and Europe celebrating the release of the Part 1. These upcoming live performances will allow the band to fully explore new song-writing technology and give rise to a slamming Part 2.

I also feel it is worth mentioning that if direct A-B double-blind comparison is required to find one format preferable to the other, perhaps the difference is not so important, and the decision could be made based on cost rather than which version garners more interest in the collector re-sale market. To sum up, my opinion and we ALL know about opinions!

Yes, there will always be some usually small details to be heard in one version over another, but these might only be a deal-breaker for a highly critical listener or collector. To paraphrase an old adage… beauty is in the ear of the beholder. Great debate and fascinating stuff…. So why, when I order a mono copy of any album or single from Discogs, it inevitably turns out to be the stereo version?? No mention of the Duophonic process here, which slightly predated Stereophonic.

From what I have read about Douphonic was it was only enjoyed to the fullest listening through headphones though. Reggae in its pure Jamaican form, even up to now, mostly recorded in multi track mono, mixed down to mono masters, meant to be played in mono for the dancehall sound systems. Vocal in one channel, instruments in the other, totally Git Up - Various - Dancehall Connection Part 2 (Vinyl the impact of the recording, and compare with the original Ja. Island also took to speeding up master and adding spurious overdubs and stereo effects in the UK to Ja.

Some Ja. Back when stereo cost a buck more, most buyers were willing to pay that extra dollar for Jim Nabors or Robert Goulet or some other bellowing baritone. I recently replaced my mono copy of a Smothers Brothers LP with a stereo one, and what a difference. The stereo mix places you squarely in the middle of a live-and-laughing audience. This mix sounds particularly different from the single. My guess is that it was a work tape that got lost or erased before the stereo mix was made.

RCA Victor was making orchestral three-track recordings starting in They began releasing true stereo vinyl records in I am an audio restoration engineer, my skill involves taking an existing recording usually from vinyl and making it OK to repress… with ALL the potential trouble that it can bring.

Trust me, I am on a permanent learning curve. The best example I can come up with is the Beatles White Album. The true Mono mix is exceptional. The stereo version is. If for no other reason than the sound quality I would recommend you at least try and find a good copy of the mono version.

Some mixes really are better in mono… precisely because they were meant to be that way. Everything has its exceptions though…. If done well. My job as an audio restorer is actually helped by stereo… even in mono. Let me explain: If there is a click on only one channel I can take the majority of the signal of the opposite channel to paste-over. Am I making sense? Listening: I am a lifelong audio Nerd and proud of it. Stereo listening is not as straightforward as any old marketing may have you believe.

First of all you have to make sure your equipment is putting out equal levels across the channels. Then you need to be sure they are adequately spaced, with at least 35 degrees of angle between the ears and the speakers from 90 degrees dead-ahead. And not least, you need to get your head, not only equidistant between the speakers, timign is SO crucial for stereo imagery you also need to be sure that both your ears are working properly AND that you are not tilting to one side or not facing straight towards phantom mono.

A good stereo recording listened to on a good system with the right amount of attention and comfort is… unbeatable. It also accounts for probably about 0. Certainly easier. Onteo is correct. As I recall, record stores put the same titles in the bin, and the buyer had to choose—in my case mostly based on price.

For a while, record sleeves also contained a disclaimer saying that you could play mono records on stereo equipment, but warning that stereo records might not play properly on mono equipment. They are not the same. If you simply combine the 2 channels of a stereo record, what you end up with is certainly a mono audio track, however, whatever elements are in the center of the stereo mix usually includes the vocalRISES in volume by around 3db.

On the other hand, a dedicated mono mix prepared by the engineer on the same song, has no such problem as he has created that mix from the multis by setting the volume level of each element in his mix, including the level of the vocal. Excuse me? To the record, yes, if it was an old-style pickup…but never to the equipment itself.

First, hardly anyone was doing dedicated mono mixes in the US byplenty of mono titles from that year are actually folded-down from the stereo masters. The UK began phasing it out that year as well, but most of their mixes are still dedicated and often essential. That said, I generally prefer stereo when it comes to all things psychedelic. Blue note started folding down all of their mono titles in late …. As you mentioned about fake stereo, there is also fake mono. The point is made in the article, but not as clearly as it could be — a true stereo recording creates a holographic soundscape — providing the listener with time and spaceup and down location information.

The most accurate way to do this is to record a performance live with a single pair of microphones positioned to capture that time and spatial information. Many classical recordings are done this way. The number one factor back in the day for making the mono versus stereo purchase was price.

Stereo was usually a dollar more. We knew the potential was there that at some time we would own stereo equipment but for most of us, all we had at the time was a mono player. I searched though several stores looking for a mono Monkees. Bought the stereo copy and asked for a stereo player that year for Christmas.

Good article. The trouble with playing stereo records over AM radio was that when the left and right channels were folded down to mono, the stuff in both channels the vocals for example became too loud. You must be logged in to post a comment. InLPs were introduced to the world. The days of flipping noisy shellac records every five minutes were over. It was a monumental improvement for music listeners, and it changed the way music was created and released.

LPs showed the promise of advancements in vinyl technology and paved the way for more developments in the future. Recorded in in the best Jamaican studios, including Lee Perry's famous "Black Ark" along as always! Driven by the unstoppable flow of the artist, this album drags us into his special universe navigating between Reggae Digital, Hip Hop and Bass Music. However the Reggae soul is still present on the entire record, as evidenced by "Boogie Man Skank" or "Confession". LP) the composition he used different talented beat-makers like the English of Vibronics or the Danish producers of Maffi.

He approaches the themes of his generation by adding a touch of positivism and fighting spirit, approaching the original message of reggae. Fused with electronic elements, it celebrates the sound of the original dub pioneers.

Born inRasmus Allin has been working as a producer, musician, and songwriter since the mid-nineties, primarily within the realm of electronic music. Alongside this, he continued to hone his skills in producing, co-writing, and remixing music, working with top Danish pop and reggae acts the likes of Natasja, Pharfar, LP), Wafande, Shaka Loveless, and the British girl band All Saints.

The Rock-A-Shacka crew are proud to announce this new collection of classic and previously unreleased Prince Buster productions. Several incredible tracks have never been released before. The 45rpm vinyl edition is produced with a different track LP) across four sides and promises to deliver super fat loud audio. The next journey, Part 2 will be released in after stringent road-testing with audiences over 35 shows across New Zealand, UK and Europe celebrating the release of the Part 1.

These upcoming live performances will allow the band to fully explore new song-writing technology and give rise to a slamming Part 2. The Jamaican reggae and dub musician Linval Thompson's career began around the age of He collaborated with many of the greats of Jamaican music recording. I Love Git Up - Various - Dancehall Connection Part 2 (Vinyl was his first self-produced LP in and featuring some of his well-known tracks, like the title song, the funky "Dread are the Controller" and "Just Another Girl.

The Abyssinians debut album from is available as limited edtion LP in red vinyl! Horace Andy's profile already legendary in reggae circles, has been internationally raised by his work with Massive Attack and his continued live presence, "In The Light" captures him at the very top of his game.

Produced by Prince Jammy! Find the most beautiful pieces of the Reggae legend "Bob Marley" reinterpreted by the Jazz scene. The Jamaican musical group The Maytals can be considered as one of the best known and most important ska and rocksteady groups of all time.

Frontman Toots Hibbert penned an impressive catalogue of songs during his time in jail, and after his release he reunited with his bandmates and entered the studio with the brilliant producer Leslie Kong. Some of the great tracks he recorded during that time are included on this record, like 'Monkey Man' covered Amy Winehouse and 'Pressure Drop'. The quality and great energy of this band is very well represented on this release.

Available as a limited edition on orange coloured vinyl. LP EU Studio Underground Mod Obscurity from South Africa! Of course, Dubblestandart have been keeping a version of the dub flame alive for the last two decades.

Formed in as a reaction to the stagnant Austrian pop scene, the group was heavily inspired by the Black Ark, On-U Sound and Jah Shaka, infusing such dub influences within their heady blend of hardcore reggae and new wave, which soon brought them into the European public's consciousness and as a kind of "European" version of the famous DUB Syndicate. Paolo Baldini's handling of this mission has been exemplary: his production and remixing skills are pleasingly individualistic, retaining plenty of originality and professionalism without seeming stoic, dull or contrived.

Since Paolo Baldini works under the top level name "Alambic Conspiracy" and became world class dub extraordinary performer, bass player, mixologist, producer and provocateur!

It's been a long journey from the day in Nigeria when we found, inside an Alpha Kuffa - Messiah I sleeve, a blank test press of the Yangaman Bob Lp with a little Top Rank sticker on it to the day we met the producer, the great and brilliant George Dureke, who gave us the test presses of the remaining unreleased albums from his Top Rank label, till to the complicated audio Restoration handled by Colin Young and Bassi Maestro.

After two years of hard and intensive work it's finally arrived the time for this compilation to be ready and see the light! Eight Unreleased Digital Roots tracks made in Nigeria in the late 80s, never released or pressed, if not on a couple of test presses made on recycled plastic.

Now Ready to be spreaded worldwide! Lee Perry had already been rattling around the Jamaican music scene for about a decade before Return To Django hit the UK charts in Return of Django is available as a limited edition of individually numbered copies on orange vinyl. Jah9 returns with third full-length album entitled "Note To Self"! Jah9 born as Janine Cunningham is on a mission to heal, nourish, and grow through her powers as a woman and an artist.

She is one of the reggae's most dynamic voices, the artist whose strong, insightful lyrics blend elements of dub poet Mutabaruka, Tracey Chapman and early Erykah Badu. Her quest to encourage and share the gifts of spiritual awakening sets the tone for the project. Deeply mystical, Jah9 has emerged from a chrysalis of poetry, dub and spirit to become a powerful femiNINE energy within a universal grassroots movement of consciousness.

In this new collection, we see that once again the prescient Clement Dodd was a man who saw the wider picture. In the s Studio One released an untouchable selection of the finest as styles moved from reggae to deejay to dub and, in the latter half, the emergence of dancehall.

But what is also clear is that throughout this era Studio One released an incredible amount of roots music, and not just the most commercially obvious. For alongside the career-building catalogues of Burning Spear, The Wailing Souls, The Gladiators and so on, one needs to be an ardent Studio One collector to know some of the truly raw Rastafarian music featured here.

Groups such as The Manchesters or The Nightingales feel as if they were recorded straight out of the churchical chants of the mansions. The movement began in the s and, in tandem with this black consciousness, called for a rejection of the British imperial culture that dominated Jamaica, while creating an identity based on a re-appropriation of an African heritage. The Rastafari movement was like a pivot, bringing together and balancing many vectors of ideologies.

Featured here alongside these classic and rare tracks from Studio One are new and extensive sleeve notes with track-by-track notes by Rob Chapman, author of the acclaimed Downbeat Special and Never Grow Old Studio One books. Between the twin pillars of "Cloak and Dagger" and "Blackboard Jungle Dub", the superlative, yet often overlooked, "Rhythm Shower" album was also released in ' Originally issued in a very limited Jamaican pressing with no sleeve, it became better known when re-released by the Trojan label as part of its 3 LP, and later 2-CD set, The Upsetter Collection, first issued in Despite its obscurity, "Rhythm Shower" is a pivotal album in Perry's career as a producer and bandleader; it finds him beginning to experiment with dub and developing his singular studio sound that would come to full maturity in subsequent years.

Whereas earlier albums offered plenty of instrumental versions, on "Rhythm Shower", Perry really begins employing the studio sleight of hand that would become part and parcel for what was then the emerging art form of dub -- dropping voices and instruments in and out of the mix to create a trippy, hypnotic effect. The powerhouse rhythms they forged give Perry all the space he needs to work his mojo at the mixing desk.

With one foot planted firmly in the celebrated sound of the time and the other stepping assuredly into the future, "Rhythm Shower" is essential listening for any fan of Reggae, Dub or Lee Perry. This is crucial music. This is classic Scratch. Re-issue of the legendary Augustus Pablo sessions. Recorded wayback at Randy's and Dynamic studios, voiced and mixed at King Tubby's studio! This LP collection was first issued by Greensleeves inrepresenting some of the strongest roots reggae of the mids, presented in the 'showcase' style that features both the vocals and the dub version in sequence.

The late reggae singer Jacob Miller is an icon from reggae's golden era of the s. His cameo role in the film Rockers and the documentary Roots Rock Reggae have ensured his legacy. A definitive guide to Dancehall Reggae! The album's Rastafarian themes and the trio's obvious religious devotion make this a cultural classic. Same Song is a shout of belief, so heartfelt, as to quiet all else around it. Dark, hypnotic, tripping nyabinghi from Led by Ras Michael over four extended excursions, the music is organic, sublime and expansive, grounation-drums and bass heavy with no rhythm guitar, rather Willie Lindo brilliantly improvising a kind of dazed, harmolodic blues.

Lloyd Charmers and Federal engineer George Raymond stayed up all night after the session, to mix the recording, opening out the enraptured mood into echoing space, adding sparse, startling effects to the keyboards.

At no cost to its deep spirituality, this is the closest reggae comes to psychedelia. New Zealands Soul-Dub powerhouse returns after 4 years! The Guardian Of The Underground. Produced by Ben Mckone.

To celebrate years of the Theremin, super producer Gaudi and friends have created an album of Theremin infused dub. Limited to copies. The veteran roots reggae harmony vocal group returns with a brandnew longplayer entitled "Back A Yard" patois for back in Jamaica. The production features all-star musicians including keyboardist Tyrone Downie, formerly of The Wailers, and bass player Errol "Flabba" Holt, of the historic Roots Radics band. The first single preceding the album is a re-make of "Shark Attack" one of the bands hit fromfeaturing a deejay verse by Alborosie.

However, those u are about to hear on this production where handcrafted in today's Austria. A multicultural "market place" set alive by its multi ethnical inhabitants and their wish to respect the roots of their individual culture as they are melting with the colorful life of 21st centuries Europe.

In respect to Courtney Jones, who passed away during this production, Ali Tersch aka Alex X finalized the production, conscious of the responsibility to keep the vibes authentic and the music well produced, just as Courtney would have loved it. An album that fuses "authentic world music" but also modern beat, hip hop and dub. On this, the band's first album, the focus is firmly on an amalgamation of so called world music, with the genre's elementary electronic facets.

They grab reggae flavoured by the roots in their inimitable way and build a varied cocktail of roots, soundscapes, hip hop and dub. Back To Top. Ready for Git Up - Various - Dancehall Connection Part 2 (Vinyl 24 Hours. Free Return Label within Germany.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dance Party on Discogs. Label: Reader's Digest - RDA A,RCA Custom - RDA A • Format: 8x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Bossanova, Merengue, Cha-Cha, Samba, Tango, Rumba, Mambo, Lounge, Big Band/5(6). Browse all Reggae / Dub / Dancehall in stock on vinyl & CD at Norman Records UK. Order online today and get FREE UK delivery on orders over £50 from Norman Records UK. Page 0 of View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dance To The Bands! on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - TBO,Capitol Records - TBO • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Big Band, Easy Listening.

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This 2-LP set holds the distinction of topping the charts upon release and being the rarest LP in the UK. What makes it so collectable is the decision by sleeve designer Richard Hamilton — in conjunction with Paul McCartney — to brand each copy with a unique number, thus every edition of “The White Album” — mono or stereo — was limited.


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  • Welcome to the Dancehall Sound from Jamaica. The sound that grew out of the dances in Jamaica around the beginning of the 's. The musical style again slowed the reggae beat down to give an uncluttered, sparce backdrop, allowing the singers and DJ's more space to express themselves/5(6).
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  • The next journey, Part 2 will be released in after stringent road-testing with audiences over 35 shows across New Zealand, UK and Europe celebrating the release of the Part 1. These upcoming live performances will allow the band to fully explore new song-writing technology and give rise to a slamming Part 2.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dance Party on Discogs. Label: Reader's Digest - RDA A,RCA Custom - RDA A • Format: 8x, Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Bossanova, Merengue, Cha-Cha, Samba, Tango, Rumba, Mambo, Lounge, Big Band/5(6).
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