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Bristol Rock - Various - The Bristol Reggae Explosion 1978​-​1983 (Vinyl, LP)

The Radicals. Tracks 4, 5 and 6 from the original vinyl release have been excluded form this re-release as they were three live tracks by Peter Gabriel as follows:. The origins of this band are unknown. They live in a disused church hall near Bristol's Docks. This is where they practice. Fish Food have played four times in the last year They took three and a half hours to record the music for this album. Of all the bands that started up in Bristol during the period, the X-Certs are one of only a handful remaining.

Originally the local heroes of every spikey-haired person and honour now bestowed to Vice Squad , the X-Certs have grown older. Their improvement during the intervening eighteen months has been substantial and the introduction of Chris and Kev to the line up has added maturity and power to the bands set. The X-Certs remain one of Bristols best and most popular live bands and a reggae influence now features in about fifty per cent of their material.

The Radicals is one of those terrible names that gets thought up when a group of musicians have to find a name for themselves. This is a way of saying that The Radicals do not really exist as such. The songs are written by John and King. This group of musicians from Bath are better known as The Korgis and recorded this one track for The Bristol Recorder using a different name. The Studio tracks on this album were recorded and mixed 16 to 20 October, at Crescent Studios Bath.

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All items are quality guaranteed. They also present the Rootikal radio show together. Shifting the emphasis onto the rhythm, the drum, the bass, the guitar, the horns and adding just a little melodica, the track is reinvented for the twentieth century. It becomes a lost classic from the late seventies and an entirely different listening experience. For further information on Rootikal please see www.

This time we continue our quest not only with a selection of rarities, but with several tracks that have never been previously released, by popular demand Volume 2 also comes with greater dub content. The Radicals, 3-D Production and Joshua Moses will be familiar to those who have Volume 1 and return with more of the same. The Joshua Moses track is previously unreleased and appears here thanks to the detective work of Mike Darby.

Both tracks are previously unreleased. Recorded in it perfectly sums up the way Reggae music started to change direction. Dan was an ever present part of the Bristol scene in the late eighties and nineties and hopefully this will be the first of many tracks we get to license for future releases.

Hopefully it shows how the live, band based scene at the start of the decade evolved to be more solo artist based a few years later. This sowed the seeds for the explosion in studio based production companies that were just around the corner, the two volumes compliment each other perfectly, roll on Volume 3!

More Rockers Wednesday, September 30th, More Rockers agree a deal today for Bristol Archive to rerelease their entire catalogue in physical and digital formats in Rhythmites — Album launch gig Monday, July 20th, Recorded in but never mixed and therefore another unreleased British Reggae classic.

The Bristol Reggae Explosion Various Artists Dole Age - The Reggae Collection (Vinyl Version).

9 thoughts on “Bristol Rock - Various - The Bristol Reggae Explosion 1978​-​1983 (Vinyl, LP)”

  1. Faugis says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Vinyl release of The Bristol Reggae Explosion - on Discogs. Label: Bristol Archive Records - ARC V • Series: The Bristol Reggae Explosion - 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation Green • Country: UK • Genre: Reggae • Style: Roots Reggae, Lovers Rock4/5(17).
  2. Kajilar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about The Bristol Reggae Explosion - at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5(35).
  3. Tur says:
    BRISTOL ARCHIVE From Pop to Punk, the late seventies and early eighties saw a huge explosion in the number of Bristol bands as more and more people thought they'd give it a go, new studios and independent labels weren't far behind and Reggae wasn't going to be left out of the musical mix/5(3).
  4. Zolobar says:
    Feb 21,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Bristol Reggae Explosion - on Discogs/5(8).
  5. Yozuru says:
    Eight years ago, Bristol Archive Records released ""The Bristol Reggae Explosion - "", probably the first attempt to document the development of a localised British reggae scene and capture that unique period of the late seventies and early eighties.5/5(3).
  6. Digor says:
    “The Bristol Reggae Explosion ” will be released as a eight track Vinyl album, which sits perfectly along side the 14 Track cd version and just to keep things local the sleeve art is a mid-eighties carnival shot from Bristol’s own Beezer, (, featuring a classic image of Jah Revelation sound-system.
  7. Narr says:
    *Includes page booklet with rare pictures and extensive sleevnotes* Following their warmly received coverage of 'The Bristol Reggae Explosion ', Bristol Archive Records set their sights on the influential '80s era for their 2nd set of rarities and classic cuts. There's strong rootical nourishment from the likes of Black Roots on 'Pin In The Ocean' and 'The Father' or Bunny Marrett.
  8. Saramar says:
    Various - The Bristol Reggae Explosion Vol. 3 ()  Various - The Bristol Reggae Explosion - - Cool Runnings: UK tribute inna reggae stylee  P.J. & Cool Runnings - 17 Club / Rising Up  Cool Runnings Band - Don't Trim / Real Life  Dennis Brown - Runnings  Inner City Unit - Live Bristol Aug Part 2.
  9. Voodoojin says:
    Aug 06,  · Fortunately Bristol music has its own champion in the shape of Bristol Archive Records, a label with a mission to share our great musical heritage with the world, “The Bristol Reggae Explosion ” is the first and only attempt to document the local Reggae scene from the late seventies until the early 13K.

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