][King and Queen is the 6th release from Alpha and Omega on Partial Records, following on from [Pure and Clean', [Rastafari', [Show Me a Purpose', [Jah Protection' and [Almighty Jah' which all sold fast.] This is a prime example of the heavyweight 1990s UK dub style, with this track dating from 1991, originally appearing on the LP of the same name *[King and Queen'(, ] On 7" for the first time, backed with a previously unreleased dub version.] A bonefide Jah Shaka Sound System classic from those times.] Tracklist> A. Alpha and Omega / King and Queen B. Alpha and Omega - King Alpha Queen Omega Dub
]More classic UK roots gets revived from Partial Records, this time from the vaults of the Jah Works stable and roots daughter Donette Forte.] [Time For a Change' is taken from the now long/deleted Donette Forte LP from 1991 [Wilderness', and this welcome reissue comes backed with previously unreleased dub cut [Time For a Dub'.] Mixed and produced by Rej "Jah Rej" Forte at Channel One UK studio.] Tracklist> A. Donette Forte - Time For a Change B Dub Crusaders - Time For a Dub
Another brand/new hot/shot from the ever/active Partial Records label, arriving in the shape of a production from Dreadsquad aka Marek Bogdanski, who has been active on the reggae & dub & digital & dancehall scene for almost 20 years, collaborating with the likes of Tenor Fly, U Brown, Ward 21, El Fata, YT, Radikal Guru and more.* This [real instruments' steppers riddim features Dub Princess on vocals who although a relative newcomer, has already made her mark over the last few years, with a number of collaborations.* Mixed in fine style by Dougie Wardrop at Conscious Sounds studio, London.
] A welcome reissue of a UK dub favourite dating from 1995.] Features the voice and some fine bongo work from the man like Bongo Zebby alongside the Dub Crusaders collective.] This originally appeared on the Jah Works LP [Universal Spirit Warrior, but has been long since deleted.] [Drum Talk' is a wild dub cut to [Readings from the Book of Life'] Mixed and produced by Rej Forte.] Tracklist> A. Dub Crusaders Feat. Bongo Zebby - Readings from the Book of Life B. Dub Crusaders - Drum Talk
] In 1980 Gerald Moore / of G.T. Moore and the Reggae Guitars and Heron fame / was in Kingston, Jamaica working with Lee Perry on the [Return of Pipecock Jackxon' LP. Gerald went into Harry J's studio with James Lascelles *Global Village Trucking Company, The Breakfast Band( and Bud Beadle *Ginger Baker ^ Salt( alongside members of Zap Pow> Don Grant, Cornell Marshall and Dwight Pinkney.] Of the four tracks recorded *two vocal and two instrumental( only [Utopia' was ever released *on the Black Star Liner label in 1980 and then reissued by Partial in 2014(.] The tapes sat around gathering dust for the best part of 40 ... + INFO