Classic, of course.
― Fig On A Plate Cart (Alex in SF), Friday, 6 August 2010 16:10 (2 years ago) Permalink
Tings an' Times is super grate.
hell yeah! my fave reggae disc of the 1990's.co-inky: was just gettin' ready to put on In Concert (from 1988).
also, beg to differ a little w/Dorianlynskey's re: "not a lot of variety" comment. Making History sounds hardly anything like DB&B for example
― ....some kind of psychedelic wallflower (outdoor_miner), Friday, 6 August 2010 16:11 (2 years ago) Permalink
Yeah, I'll retract that - I was dashing that first post off from memory, and because I've listened to a lot of it out of sequence I underrated the differences in production as Dennis Bovell came more to the fore. I think LKJ produced Dread on his own.
― Haunted Clocks For Sale (Dorianlynskey), Friday, 6 August 2010 16:20 (2 years ago) Permalink
Is he still a visiting professor at Middlesex University?
― Henry's Hepcat (admrl), Saturday, 14 August 2010 22:53 (2 years ago) Permalink
I was wondering what he is up to these days. My quickie google search did not show any change since he got to Middlesex. Has anybody seen that 2004 (I think) dvd? I wonder how it is.
― curmudgeon, Sunday, 15 August 2010 17:18 (2 years ago) Permalink
― gross rainbow of haerosmith (underrated aerosmith albums I have loved), Sunday, 15 August 2010 20:21 (2 years ago) Permalink
I love getting the lyrics book out and reading them to myself.
Bass Culture is far and away my favourite LKJ album. D B and B is great, too, but Bass Culture was the one that made me question where poetry stops and music begins. I think those words sound like reggae even before he starts singing/reciting them.
― Daniel Giraffe, Monday, 16 August 2010 08:20 (2 years ago) Permalink
― meisenfek, Monday, 23 April 2012 03:36 (1 year ago) Permalink