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High Plains Drifter

Lee "Scratch" PerryAudio CD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
listen  1. Val Blows InVal Bennett & The Upsetters 2:16Album Only
listen  2. BossCount Sticky & The Upsetters 2:48Album Only
listen  3. High Plains DrifterThe Upsetters 2:55Album Only
listen  4. Its GrowingBusty Brown & The Upsetters 2:30Album Only
listen  5. The Man With No NameThe Upsetters 2:51Album Only
listen  6. Don't Want To Lose YouThe Upsetters 2:57Album Only
listen  7. What's Wrong With YouThe Upsetters 2:24Album Only
listen  8. What A Botheration (Pan Mix)The Mellotones 2:39Album Only
listen  9. He Don't Love YouThe Silvertones 3:10Album Only
listen10. Next To YouDave Barker & the Upsetters 2:59Album Only
listen11. Sitting And WaitingDave Barker & the Upsetters 3:17Album Only
listen12. AwakeThe Ethiopians 2:58Album Only
listen13. AmigoThe Upsetters 3:03Album Only
listen14. Ain't No LoveJimmy & The Inspirations 2:24Album Only
listen15. Rockfort PsychedelionCount Sticky & The Upsetters 3:07Album Only
listen16. A Big JokeLee Perry & The Upsetters 2:46Album Only
listen17. Buttoo GirlThe Inspirations 2:52Album Only
listen18. Thanks We GetThe Versatiles 2:54Album Only
listen19. Iniquity WorkersThe Faithful Brothers 3:16Album Only
listen20. Rub Up Festival '71Junior Byles & The Righteous Upsetters 2:10Album Only


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 28, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Pressure Sounds
  • ASIN: B006UFCGL0
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #338,346 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

This 2012 collection pulls together undocumented Jamaican singles (and one Dub plate) that beautifully showcases Perry's development as a producer. It was his desire to push musical boundaries that set him apart from other Reggae producers.

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Format:Audio CD
Pressure Sounds has another winner from the seminal reggae producer Lee "Scratch" Perry. This is a definite 5 star CD--compared to other music CDs you can buy--but actually a little worse than Lee Perry's best work (I would institute a rating system strictly for Scratch, but frankly I think all these CDs are essential.)

First, for hardcore Lee Perry fans, these songs have not been released on CD before and are extremely well recorded. So you guys know you have to have this CD!

For reggae fans in general: these songs are either instrumentals or vocal tracks--these are early reggae songs done in the bright, non-dub style typical of the early seventies. This style is a bit less radical and bass driven than the later work--while the linear notes are not clear about where the recordings were made, I suspect these are all recordings made previous to Lee Perry opening his legendary Black Ark studio. They have the bright feel of recordings made in the Federal recording studio. No real radical dub effects--but great vocals, great lyrics, and great covers of R&B.

For music fans (I kind of picture you as holding the great Spike Lee's "For Music lovers only" and wondering if you should buy this CD as a lark)--Lee Perry released some of the best reggae ever made and while I can't really imagine anyone having this as the first reggae CD they bought, it has infectious rhythms and fine vocals--I can't imagine that you won't enjoy it.

It is less radical and stunning than Lee Perry's later work, and if you consider yourself strictly a dubman, this is not the CD for you--but I am truly enjoying it.

Those who have read my reviews realize my wife has a very low opinion of the great Lee Scratch Perry. SHE LIKES THIS ONE!!! She stated--"Sounds like he made it before he took too many drugs." She is somewhat cynical.....
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