Friday, December 14, 2007

Lee 'Scratch' Perry - Turn And Fire - Upsetter Disco Dub - 1989 - Vinyl

Lee 'Scratch' Perry - Turn And Fire - Upsetter Disco Dub
LP: Anachron AAS9004
1. Disco Devil (Extended Mix) - Lee Perry & Full Experience
2. Norman (Domino Mix) - Max Romeo & Jah Lion
3. Sexy Natty (Disco Mix) - Max Romeo
4. Why Must I (Disco Dub) - The Heptones
5. I Shall Be Released (Disco Dub) - The Heptones
6. Mr. President (Disco Dub) - The Heptones
7. Crying Over You (Disco Dub) - The Heptones

Black Ark disco mixes.

Enjoy This Wicked Release !!!

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T@nsing At The Control said...



Mick Sleeper said...

Can you please stop stealing text from my Lee Perry website? I don't want my name to be associated with music pirates.

Mick Sleeper

Anonymous said...

Hey King!

Thanks for the vinyl sharity!

Good vibes - however can't get the file to open with the password!

Is there a secret?

One Love

xgideon said...

Really Good Stuff but :
invalid Password !
Same for Turn & Fire & Magnetic Mirror...
Yeah where's the Secret


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Anonymous said...

My bad for the above ^^^

Got the pw to work on a Windows computer. Just don't work on Mac for some reason.

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Anonymous said...

HIS BOOK IS A MUST!!! It not only features Lee Scratch Perry but Augustus Pablo and Junior Delgado.

A book of photographs by Pogus Caesar celebrating Britain's iconic black musicians is to be published next month.

The book features evocative, nostalgic and largely unpublished images of musical legends like Stevie Wonder, Grace Jones and Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry.

“These images record a unique period in what would come to be called black British life,” remarks author and historian Paul Gilroy.

“Pogus Caesar’s emphatically analog art is rough and full of insight. He conveys the transition between generations, mentalities and economies.”

Legendary reggae artists figures prominently, and appropriately, in the Caesar image canon - Burning Spear, The Wailers, Augustus Pablo, Rita Marley, Mighty Diamonds, Black Uhuru, Sly Dunbar, Steel Pulse etc. The photographer cites reggae itself is a significant influence, reflecting his own St Kitts background in the Eastern Caribbean.

The launch of Muzika Kinda Sweet follows an exhibition of the work at the Oom Gallery in Birmingham earlier this year.