TAKE IT BACK TO 1986!

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Just stumbled upon this amazing release from the year 1986, I was 14 at the time and heavily into hard rock, so I missed out on this release. Fortunately, there were some other peeps who were paying attention… check it:

DANCEHALL VIBES vol.1

Jah Pasquerel left me these treasures for the blog. The entire Dance Hall Vibes series on World Enterprise records, produced by Striker Lee in 1986. The third part features a showcase on the Computer Rule riddim once again, this time in Striker Lee’s version. What can I say. I’m speechless… Big up Jah Pasquerel !”

superb stuff, thanks to the amazing DIGITAL REGGAE blogspot!

2 comments

  • theseus October 8, 2009

    Now if I m not mistaken – which I m quite sure I m not – this is the pressure & slide riddim (aka Mr DC aka what one dance can do) and not the computer rule. The computer rule is a re-work of the sleng teng, whereas the pressure and slide is… basically a studio one riddim. basically. But let’s not get over-pedantic.
    For comparison : check Beres Hammond’s what one dance can do (pressure & slide /D. Germaine digital cut – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHOecNgHzHE) and Cutty Ranks’ blue mountain coffee (computer rule – cutty ranks blue mountain)

    Keep up the good work !

  • theseus October 8, 2009

    correction : after checking the blog and carefully reading what was posted, i noticed the computer rule is in fact the THIRD version and not the one you posted. I left myself get over-pedantic I guess. My humble apologies.

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