Dumbarton Rock is back with two crisply pressed 7 inch records.
All four sides feature an irresistible slow rocking groove called the NHS riddim by Mungo’s Hi Fi, which first made an appearance on their dub LP Antidote featuring Jah Thomas.
This time vocals are provided by no other than pioneering Dancehall legend Lady Ann, the first female DJ to get a number one single and album.
She originally started MC-ing on Killamanjaro Soundsystem in Jamaica in the 1970s, alongside arists like Little John and Toyan and went on to record with the great Jamaican producers of the time including Sly and Robbie, Joe Gibbs, Bunny Lee and Junjo Lawes.
The other vinyl features long time Mungo’s collaborator Ranking Levy with a laid back deejay ramble around the streets of New York and a fattened up clean version of the riddim.
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ARTICLE: Scotch Bonnet Records
IMAGE: Dumbarton Rock