Heartical presents a series of veteran releases

Heartical – a French label and sound – has announced the release of four unreleased singles on the Far East riddim, originally recorded at Studio One in the 70’s. The most well-known version is perhaps Barrington Levy’s Don’t Fuss Nor Fight/Sweet Reggae Music produced by Henry “Junjo” Lawes.

The riddim is rebuilt by Basque Dub Foundation and features nice performances from veterans Mykal Rose, Ranking Joe, Jah Mikey, Carlton Livingston, Papa Kojak and Josey Wales’ younger brother Daddy Shark.

The younger generation is represented by Spanish vocal duo Rootsmala and Chronicle, a Jamaican vocalist that recorded for many Jamaican labels in the late 80’s before going on to record for U.S. label Massive B.

These releases will be available on October 3 on vinyl 7” and on October 15 as legal download.

If you’re curious on this version, feel free to download the megamix below (right click, save as).

Far East – Heartical

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4 responses to “Heartical presents a series of veteran releases

  1. Always good to hear about Heartical. I have done an interview with Sir Jo longtime ago. After an hour i recognized that i didn’t press the record button 🙂

  2. Pingback: Heartical legt Far East Riddim neu auf | Reggae Blog

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