Pressure Sounds Records

January 4, 2017
LEE SCRATCH PERRY - The Death

Sleepy’s first ever record, produced by Phil Pratt. Peter Austin on the flip probably trumps him, with some good, current advice.

Kaboom!
Flashing the black spot of Niney at his deadliest — Zorro, merciless avenger of the oppressed, re-stoking the furnace of his Westbound Train, but wheeling around and blazing eastwards…
And that’s only a secret-weapon version of None Shall Escape The Judgement on the other side, with Owen Grey at the mic.
Raging Tubbys fire.

A tremendously enjoyable mixture of alternate takes, dubplates and overlooked gems.
Run the Johnny Clarke opener, for a taste of the vibes; Enforcement, for a feel of the cloth.

Four brisk steppers cuts of the Cornell Campbell roots classic, produced by Roy Cousins. CC himself; a minimal, dubwise Prince Far I; a Charlie Chaplin; a dub.

LC made killer records for Lee Perry, Jammys and Rockers International — and surely this is a classic, missing-in-action Augustus Pablo production (with AP himself on melodica)... with a third-party dub. The vocal cut is fab. The bass will be murders through scoops.
Coupled with a soulful Royals, produced — naturally — by Roy Cousins, with an eye on Gamble and Huff.

Three helpings of honest-to-goodness, early-seventies funky reggae from Clancy Eccles’ studio, featuring Winston Wright at the organ. This has a King Tubby on the flip. Good old CE, socialist through and through.

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