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31 - TALISMAN - I-SURRECTION (OLDWAH DECONSTRUCTION) - (CD) 
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When Talisman finished recording their latest album "I-Surrection", Sugar Shack gave the unmixed master recordings to Dave 'Oldwah' Sandford. Dave was the man given the job of mixing the unfinished tracks on the Capital Letters archive album "Reality". He describes his take on the music as "a piece of vinyl from 1978 taken out of a dusty sleeve", not slick and clean but having that authentic vibe. Influenced by the classic dub sounds of albums like "African Dub Chapter 3" and "King Tubby Meets the Rockers Uptown", Oldwah's dubs take you on a journey that absolutely sounds like it was recorded and mixed in downtown Kingston circa 1978.As a bonus, for this release some fresh tracks from the band are included, extra tracks from the "I-Surrection" sessions also given the Oldwah treatment making ten different songs plus two additional mixes, a round dozen dub shots for Talisman fans old and new.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Things Ah Get Tough (oldwah Dub) 02. Greetings And Salutations (oldwah Dub) 03. Walk With The Rastaman (dub) 04. Season For Freeman (oldwah Dub) 05. Hey Yout' (oldwah Dub) 06. Help Yourself (oldwah Dub) 07. You Can Cry If You Wanna (dub) 08. Old Wine (dub) 09. Money (dub) 10. Praise Jah (oldwah Dub) 11. Hey Yout' (alt Mix) 12. Season For Freeman (alt Dub)

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 01-10-2014
Item # : 470049     
Availability: IN STOCK
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32 - TALISMAN - NOTHING CHANGE (BEST OF TALISMAN 1977-2018) - (CD) 
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Very few bands can celebrate forty years since their creation and far fewer can still perform and record at an equal or even higher level than in their early years. Talisman have always been something of an exception to the rule. Although they took something of a sabbatical during the late nineties and noughties, at their core this is the same Talisman that formed as Revelation Rockers back in 1977. They may have been forced into a name change along the way, but they never ever changed the messages in their music or the sheer energy and enjoyment of their live shows; their talents are undiminished.To celebrate the band's longevity and give fans old and new a career spanning perspective in a convenient package, here is "Nothing Change" (The Best of Talisman 1977-2018) a 17-track compilation that includes the band's earliest recordings under the guise of Revelation Rockers to tracks from last year's acclaimed "Don't Play with Fyah". Throughout changing times, technology and line ups the core of founding members Dehvan Othieno and Dennison Joseph give the music a remarkable continuity and demonstrate how some musicians improve with age.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Relijan 02. Wicked Dem 03. Takin' The Strain 04. Dole Age 05. Talkin' Revolution 06. She Look Like Reggae 07. Greetings And Salutations 08. Ah Wah You Seh 09. Free Speech 10. Run Come Girl 11. Culture (revelation Rockers) 12. Hey Yout' 13. Help Yourself 14. Jah Praises (revelation Rockers) 15. Lick And Run 16. Things Ah Get Tough 17. Wicked Dem (revelation Rockers)

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 25-05-2018
Item # : 513171     
Availability: IN STOCK
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33 - VARIOUS - COMPENDULUM - (CD) 
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Reggae has been around for nearly fifty years and as such, it's rare to find an album that takes a truly new and unique approach to the music, but that is exactly what "Compendulum" does. This album isn't a compilation, it's not a remix project, it's not the vision of one producer or musician, it's not old and it's not new, yet it is also in part all of those things and most importantly totally fresh and enjoyable.Chris Potter aka Compendulum became the keyboard player for Zion Band in 1981, and was then invited to join well established Bristol band Talisman. He left Talisman in 1985 to pursue a successful business career, but his interest continued and he built himself a recording studio. Bristol Archive Records head, Mike Darby gave Chris access to various masters to see what he could come up with. The results are a 16 track compilation of Chris' take on how some old and new, familiar and unfamiliar tracks should sound. Mike gave Chris free reign and thirty years outside of the music business has given him an entirely fresh approach to mixing. He doesn't try and make them sound vintage, he doesn't follow any fashion, he just follows his instincts and they are spot on.Six of the tracks are from Birmingham's Black Symbol which are the earliest recordings on "Compendulum" and date from the early 1980s. These include unreleased tracks that had never been mixed. Chris' mixes are straight but timeless emphasising the beauty in their music although "Jah Children Come First" is given the urgency it deserves.The other vintage recordings are those by Prince Green aka Drummie, who grew up in Kingston Jamaica before moving to Bristol where he lived for many years collaborating with the Moonflowers and Henry and Louis, as well as toasting with his unique voice at many a local reggae night. Not only did Chris have carte blanche he also had to add various missing parts to the incomplete and unmixed session tapes. Also included are tracks by Septuagenarian Bristol reggae legend Bunny Marrett plus Jashwha Moses, and Capital Letters

TRACKLISTING: 01. Feeling Irie - Black Symbol 02. What A Situation - Jashwha Moses 03. Jah Music - Capital Letters 04. Jah Children Come First - Black Symbol 05. Cross Country Driver - Prince Green (drummie) 06. Jah And I - Black Symbol 07. Noise - Bunny Marrett 08. Slave Prince Green (drummie) 09. Trouble Trouble - Black Symbol 10. Bristol Rock (extended Version) - Bunny Marrett 11. Feeling Irie (drub A Dub) - Black Symbol 12. What A Situation (drub A Dub) - Jashwha Moses 13. Jah Music (drub A Dub) - Capital Letters 14. Mystic Man (drub A Dub) - Bunny Marrett 15. Trouble Trouble (drub A Dub) - Black Symbol 16. Noise (drub A Dub) - Bunny Marrett

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 10-06-2016
Item # : 487904     
Availability: IN STOCK
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