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October 30, 2008, at 8:28 pm

Jimmy Radway – Dub I

Pressure Sounds - Jimmy RadwayPressure Sounds have been consistently coming up with the goods in recent years where all around them other reissue companies are going to the wall. Their latest release is a reissue of the original Dub I LP that showcased Errol “ET” Thompsons mixes of some of Radways greatest productions including the likes of Black Cinderella and Mother Liza.

LP and CD issues are available from 18 November (or from around the 3rd from the Pressure Sounds website).

Tracklist:
1. Black Rights Version
2. Cinderella Version
3. Micron Way Version
4. Hell And Sorrow Version
5. Awn Yah! Version
6. Mother Liza Version
7. Black I Am Version
8. She’s Mine Version
9. Wicked Have To Feel It Version
10. Back To Africa
11. Child Of Mine Version (Bonus Track)
12. Tina May – Vin Gordon (Bonus Track)
13. The Best Big Youth Version (Bonus Track)
14. The Great Tommy Mccook (Bonus Track)
15. Dub Is My Desire (Bonus Track)

The bonus tracks are on the CD release only. The running order for the LP is different from the above.

Keep The Pressure DownIf you don’t know much about Jimmy Radway’s productions then check out Keep The Pressure Down on Fe-Me-Time/Black Solidarity, a killer collection of some of his toughest productions.

This release is a few years old and probably out of print but shouldn’t be too hard to track down, Ernie B’s in America has it on vinyl and Amazon has the CD in the UK.

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