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January 4, 2010, at 1:33 pm

A harder shade of re-issue

Pressure Sounds re-release the very first re-issue from their catalogue on the 8 Febuary, A Harder Shade Of Black featuring productions from Leonard Chin’s Santic lable. Originally re-issued in 1995 as An Even Harder Shade Of Black this was taken from the original Santic LP from around 1974.

The new CD reissue has increased the track count from 16 to 21 (two tracks dropped and seven added). Where as the vinyl issue has the original ten tracks. The sleeve is apparently a copy of the original Santic one which is good news as the original Pressure Sounds one wasn’t going to win any awards in the design stakes.

CD tracklist:
1. I’ll Be Around – Gregory Isaacs
2. One Thousand Swords – Augustus Pablo
3. Harder Shade Of Black – Augustus Pablo
4. Better Shade Of Dub – Dirty Harry & Santic All Stars
5. Peace In The Valley – Roman Stewart
6. Columbo – Augustus Pablo
7. Special Branch – Leonard Santic All Stars
8. Pablo In Dub – Augustus Pablo
9. Hell Boat – Santic All Stars
10. Children Of Israel – Horace Andy
11. Problems – Horace Andy
12. Lovers Mood – Augustus Pablo
13. Jah Guide – Big Joe
14. Palace Of Peace – Santic All Stars
15. Chalice Blaze – Jah Woosh
16. One Heavy Duba – King Tubbys & Santic All Stars
17. Yamaha Ride – I Roy
18. Mexican Rocking – Santic All Stars
19. I Don’t Want To Lose You – Paul Whiteman
20. Shouldn’t Say No – Jah Woosh
21. Santic Meet King Tubby – King Tubby & The Santic All Stars

Alongside the CD and LP will be two 7″ singles complete with picture sleeves and facsimile labels:
PSS 028 Problems – Horace Andy/Peace And Love Dub – Augustus Pablo
(problems was also issued before on a 7″ by Pressure Sounds, the flip side is different this time)
PSS 029 I Don’t Want To Lose You – Paul Whiteman/Santic Meet King Tubby – King Tubby & The Santic All Stars

1 comment to A harder shade of re-issue

  • Rickyroots

    On face value this like any other PS release looks very exciting but if like me you have the original 1995 release and the later release Down Santic Way another PS compilation of Leonard Chin’s output from 2005 you will note tracks 6. Columbo – Augustus Pablo, 7. Special Branch – Leonard Santic All Stars and 19. I Don’t Want To Lose You – Paul Whiteman all appear on the later release.
    So what do you actually gain from the increased release? 9. Hell Boat – Santic All Stars (Augustus Pablo), 18. Mexican Rocking – Santic All Stars a straight version of I Roy’s Yamaha Ride, 20. Shouldn’t Say No – Jah Woosh the DJ cut to Paul Whiteman’s I Don’t Want To Lose You also available on the Chalice Blaze LP / CD and track 21. Santic Meet King Tubby – King Tubby & The Santic All Stars the dub / version to Paul Whiteman’s I Don’t Want To Lose You.
    Two tracks are deleted from the 1995 release 15. Free Jah Jah Children – Jah Woosh and 16. Blackman In Dub – Augustus Pablo & Paul Blackman, which to my listening ear is the same as track 21 from the new release Santic Meet King Tubby – King Tubby & The Santic All Stars.
    You can do the maths for yourself, the only advice I would give is…….if you don’t have either of the releases mentioned then you do need to buy it.

    Rickyroots.

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