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Creation Rebel – Historic Moments Vol. 2 (1979/80)

15-07-2014, 10:11
Music | Reggae | FLAC / APE

Creation Rebel – Historic Moments Vol. 2 (1979/80)

Artist: Creation Rebel
Title Of Album: Historic Moments Vol. 2
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: On-U Sound 74
Genre: Dub
Quality: MP3 | FLAC
Bitrate: VBR 0 | 16Bit/44kHz
Total Size: 104 MB | 337 MB
Total Time: 55:54
Website: Discogs

First released in 1979 as "Starship Africa":
01. Space Movement Section 1 · 05:00
02. Space Movement Section 2 · 05:16
03. Space Movement Section 3 · 04:33
04. Space Movement Section 4 · 03:19
05. Space Movement Section 5 · 00:55
06. Space Movement Section 6 · 08:52
07. Space Movement Section 7 · 04:09
08. Space Movement Section 8 · 04:15
09. Space Movement Section 9 · 04:33

First released in 1980 on "Threat to Creation":
10. Chemical Specialist · 04:20
11. Threat To Creation · 03:36
12. Last Sane Dream · 03:23
13. In I Father's House · 03:51

Dr. Pablo: Melodica
Crucial Tony: Guitar
Clifton Bigga Morrison, Desmond Fatfingers Coke, Dr. Pablo: Piano & Keyboards
Lizard, Tony Henry, Clinton Jack: Bass
Style Scott, Eric Fish Clarke: Drums
Slicker, Bonjo I, Mr. Magoo: Percussion
Adrian Sherwood: Production

Biography from Allmusic:
The product of the fertile and prolific British producer, mixmaster, and dub genius Adrian Sherwood, Creation Rebel was one of Sherwood's first endeavors as a producer. Originally the backing group for the late reggae great Prince Far-I, Creation Rebel worked with Sherwood from 1977-1980, recording some of the best reggae dub music this side of Lee Perry during the early English punk era. Languorous, funky, spacy, and totally intoxicating, it's exciting to hear the awesome production/mixing talents of Sherwood in their early days. Similarly, the band (drummers Style Scott and Fish Clarke, bassist Clinton Jack, keyboardist Bigga Morrison, guitarist Crucial Tony, and percussionist Slicker) play with a grace, effortlessness, and power that most studio bands would kill to achieve. With the band's talents so wonderfully used by Sherwood, this is without a doubt some of the best and most important non-rock music to be made in England in the late '70s.

More info here:
Their website
Adrian Sherwood on Wikipedia



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