Ultimatum;3530995 said:I'm not really a fan of Still Life at all, but have never really listened to the other bands, would I dig Shoulder?
schmeankman;3532310 said:You had me at Baroque-
afterstasis;3533350 said:Wareika Hill Sounds - Self TitledGenre: Roots Reggae/DubYear: 2007This is the most overlooked reggae album of the past 20 years. This is also the best reggae album of the past 20 years.Incredible trombone leads (courtesy of Calvin Cameron) mix seamlessly with nyahbinghi drumming, deep dub bass, and an excellent approach to trance-inducing yet accessible songcraft.I assure you this album will fit right in alongside the finest classics of the genre from decades long passed despite how clean and even oftentimes immaculate the production turned out.Mostly instrumental the few tracks with vocals stand just as tall, giving the trombone the rare chance to rest, and actually make me hope that if another album materializes that they integrate more as the only bad thing I can say about this album is that it can start to feel a little long by the final few songs which is alleviated when vocals arrive, so a bit more next time would be excellent.Recommended If You Like: Cedric IM Brooks, The Congos, Lee Perry, Ras Michael, and Count Ossie.Sample and/or buy at Honest Jon's Records.
neckermanncj;3533414 said:does this album have SERIOUS BASS?
afterstasis;3533416 said:it's not as bass-focused as most dub albums, but it's definitely there in quite a few of the tracks.
afterstasis;3532376 said:oh man, just look at that avatar!
Lameboy19;3534634 said:I'm not huge on reggae, but I'm out to prove to my brother that there are better alternatives than Slightly Stoopidis it really good for someone who hasn't listened to much reggae outside of the Marley family?
Gowienczyk;3534642 said:I've never even heard of Slightly Stoopid before this conversation!
citizenCERO;3536457 said:I'm gonna look into some southern-y sludge soon, so this sounds like a decent place to start.