you research the history of Reggae, you will
find that many of the originators were kind
of versatile: one could be a vocalist but in
the same time have his own label and produce
a number of other artists as well.
Glen Brown is also such a versatile
worker in the Reggae Industry, developing it
in a variety of ways. A vocalist, an
instrumentalist, and a producer in one
person. If you ever wondered about the
Trinity, well, here's a small example of
such a possibility.
They called him the "Rhythm
Master", because of his strong
productions. His close collaboration with
King Tubby's the God Father of DUB was
definitely an influential part in this.
Financial problems, however, disabled him
from pressing his material on the wide scale
That is now changed because here we have
a compilation of some of the strongest DUB
works of the Rhythm Master, which he did
together with King Tubby's during the mid
Another Blood and Fire re-release:
perfectly designed and informative Cover
Art, great remastering and heavy, heavy
Roots Music in DUB!
Fourteen outstanding tracks, but not
fourteen different riddims. This is not a
problem. In fact, it's nice to hear what a
mix can do with a riddim! Some are mixed
heavily where others just let the music
speak for itself.
And quite some music it is: A crucial
combination of One Drop and Steppers
rhythms, all in themselves a completely
valid justification for the title