Various Artists - Original Riddims (Trojan) posted on 10th August 2006) инфо.

Жанр: Early Reggae Год выпуска диска: 2006 Производитель диска: UK(Trojan Records) Аудио кодек: MP3 Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 192 kbps Трэклист: 1 Ali Baba - Holt, John 2 Cuss Cuss - Robinson, Lloyd айсзш3 Drifter - Walks, Dennis 4 Slaving (Every Day) - Parks, Lloyd 5 Under Me Sleng Teng - Smith, Wayne 6 Revolution - Brown, Dennis 7 Stalag 17 - Collins, Ansel 8 You Don't Care - Techniques 9 My Conversation - Smith, Slim & The Uniques 10 Cherry Oh Baby - Donайэрмaldson, Eric 11 Everyday Wondering - Clarke, Johnny (1) 12 Gunshot - Johnson, Anthony 13 Bam Bam - Maytals & Byron Lee 14 Ba Ba Boom - Jamaicans 15 Solomon - Harriott, Derrick 16 Lecture - Bennett, Jo Jo & Fugitives 17 Blackman Time - Grant, Neville 18 I Can't Hide - Parker, Ken 19 Stealing Stealing - Holt, John 20 Train To Skaville - Ethiopians 21 Queen Majesty - Techniques 22 Take Five - Bennett, Val 23 Tonight - Keith & Tex 24 It's You - Maytals Доп инфоракжоюмация: Long before every Tom, Dick and Harry was nicking a sample from an old record and having a hit, Jamaican producers were reusing riddims with different artists over many years The premise of this compilation from Trojan is simple – to put together and album of 24 of the most versioned and influential ska, rocksteady and reggae tracksThe album has plenty to offer for the discerning modernist, with two thirds of the tracks taken from the 60’s, although the more open minded will find pleasure from tracks like ‘Revolution’ by Dennis Brown, and the digital beats of ‘Under Me Sleng Teng’ by Wayne Smith (the beats coming from a slowed down pre set Rock riddim on a Casio music box!), both from the mid 80’sThe rest of the album reads like a who’s who of Jamaican music, with tracks from the likes of John Holt (the excellent ‘Ali Baba’ and ‘Stealing, Stealing’), Ansell Collins (with the organ led ‘Stalag 17’), The Techniques (with the classic rocksteady of ‘You Don’t Care’ andакиху ‘Queen Majesty’), Derrick Harriott and the EthiopiansOther highlights include the roots reggae of Lloyd Parks ‘Slaving’, the sweet and soulful vocals of Ken Parker on ‘ I Can’t Hide’ and Slim Smith and the Uniques ‘My Conversation’, The Jamaicans ‘Ba Ba Boom, ‘Train To Skaville’ by The Ethiopians and ‘Tonight’ by Keith and TexWith excellent sleeve notes detailing each track and some of the many versions each spawned, Original Riddims works as an excellent introduction to Jamaican music or as a welcome addition to the cd collection existing fansReviewed by Darren Betts (review posted on 10th August 2006) .