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Chosen Brothers, The - Sing & Shout
Chosen Brothers, The
Sing & Shout
LP | 1985 | UK | Reissue (Wackies)
18,99 €*
Release:1985 / UK – Reissue
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
A fresh iteration of the mid-eighties LP (itself a compilation of recordings from the previous five years or so), replacing two tracks — Dancing In The Rain and All Things — with their full 12” versions.

This is a deeply personable, expert, limber blend of roots and lovers, kicking off with an exclusive mix of the deadly Mash Down Babylon; dropping classic, lush, spaced-out Wackies dub science to close; and taking in reworkings of Lickshot, Billie Jean and The Righteous Flames’ I Was Born To Be Loved, along the route.

The moniker 'Chosen Brothers’ is Lloyd Barnes’ spiritual way of sharing the credit for his solo projects. "Anyone in the studio at the time could be a Chosen Brother,” he says. In this case a full crew includes Sugar Minott and Prince Douglas at the desk; Jah Batta, Milton Henry, Wayne Jarrett and Junior Delahaye all on backing vocals; and such dream-team Bullwackies instrumentalists as Clive Hunt, Jerry Johnson, Fabian Cooke and Ras Menelik.
Chosen Brothers, The - March Down Babylon
Chosen Brothers, The
March Down Babylon
12" | 2018 | UK | Original (Wackies)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Reggae / Dancehall
Stone classic Bullwackies (as excursioned by Rhythm & Sound for Burial Mix), sensationally featuring two unreleased dubs, newly extracted from the master reels. Both are equally unmissable but quite different, with contrasting effects: the second dub adds ninety seconds, including whip-dem spring reverb. Drawn from the Selective Showcase LP, the vocal mix is more open and dubwise than the Sing & Shout LP offering, with less keyboards.
Asked whether it should be mash or march, after some pondering Bullwackies replied: "That’s a good question.
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