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I just find 3 version i never heard before 

Inspiration from the strainhunters forum😁

 

 

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Classic Yellow Man :drinks::clapping::smoke:

 

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Buen gusto musical amigo @g22:music:

 

Good taste musical friend @g22:music:

 

 

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I listen  more to style like this & reggea somtime harder😂.

 

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@g22 thats a new one to me, some interesting dub The Spy From Cairo - Nafas

Great version of U Roy's tune Soul Rebel by the Gladiators, never heard that version of No No No before, they do a good job, Dawn Penn did the original in the 80's

These guys mek some sweet dub Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

Heres a blast from the past

 

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I have to thank YouTube for all these sound they offer .

before the internet we could not find all these sound so easily .

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Yes @g22 your right YouTube makes it easy to check out any type of music.

As a youth me an my friend would piss off from school and get well red then go into a record shop and get the staff to play track from different records, but if they were not into the tunes they would soon kick us out of the shop because  we were not buying anything just getting them to play stuff like a free disco, happy days.

YouTube is great for checking stuff out before you buy as well say if you heard a track from an album but you want to make sure you like the rest of the tracks rather than buy an album for a single track, although I have done that with Marvin Gaye's Whats Going On I like Whats Going On the title track and Mercy Mercy Me, Big Youth does a cover of Mercy Mercy Me on Isiah First Prophet Of Old which is a nice version he does it justice.

I recently got a copy of Inner Circles album Bad To The Bone they do a cover of Neil Youngs Down By The River as soon as I heard the track I knew I had to grab a copy it is also on the Bad Boys album which was realeased later.

I also like lots of blues stuff like Howlin Wolf and Muddy Waters, I love the photo of Muddy on the cover of After The Rain he is bare chested mud spattered and holding a massive frog or toad, the sounds and lyrics these guys were throwing down are what inspired all the rock bands of the 60's

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@gasmeter

you talk about music on vinyl or cd?

I like YouTube  i dont buy music

But that can do a nice vinyl collection 

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Today all the music I own is on CD's back in the day I had a shit load of albums on vinyl from rock bands like Pink Floyd, Doors, Kinks, Grateful Dead, Bad Co, Matching Mole, Steve Hillage, Hawkwind, Gong, Jefferson Airplane, Ten Years After, Wish Bone Ash, Caravan, Gong, Here & Now, Khan, Soft Machine, King Crimson, Yes, Hatfield In The North, National Heath Service the list goes on then I started to get into reggae and I started to buy albums by Yellowman, Toots, U Roy, I Roy, The Beat, Sammy Dread, Linton Quasi Johnson, Steel Pulse, Gregory Isaacs, Prince Far I, Big Youth, Misty In Roots again the list goes on.

By this time it was 1981 I was checking all the roots and culture stuff from the mid 1970's that was still only 6 years old and it was great I was soaking it all up, then I got into smack and the rest is history selling vinyl is an easy way to raise money to score, at first there was a one shop where they guy would keep it for say 5 days but after that if someone want to buy it he would sell it and get his money.

Unfortunately it did not take long for me to sell my collection to feed my habit, I always thought I could rebuild my collection, but it never happened my habit kept getting in the way.

Yes the sound quality with digital music is great, but it will never beat the sound of vinyl for me having grown up with the sounds of vinyl records on crap mono systems and good quality systems, the didgital recording lacks the warmth and depth of vinyl, the sound of the mechanical contact between the needle and the vinyl itself, the sound of the needle as it runs into the first track or between tracks and at the end adds some much to the thing.

Somebody has uploaded a recording of Frank Zappa's Sleep Dirt on YouTube and it is a recording of the vinyl and you can hear the needle as it runs in to the first track and betwen each track and at the end it is brilliant just as I remember hearing it as a youth of 17 years old.

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