Wailers & U-ROY - My Cup Runneth Over - LP RSD21 Drop 1

Wailers & U-ROY - My Cup Runneth Over - LP RSD21 Drop 1

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Exclusive release for Record Store Day 2021 - Drop 1


A1. Try Me (Vocal)
A2. It’s Alright (Dub)
A3. Lively Up Yourself (Vocal)
A4. Kaya (Vocal)
A5. Cornerstone (Dub)
A6. Trenchtown Rock (Vocal)
B1. Mr. Brown (Vocal)
B2. Brainwashing (Vocal)
B3. African Herbsman (Vocal)
B4. African Herbsman (Dub)
B5. No Sympathy (Vocal)
B6. Keep On Moving (Dub)

In 1976, U Roy was the new attraction in Jamaican music. With his first hit Wake the Town six years earlier, he had imposed a new style on the Kingston soundsystems, which consisted of taking up local hits by speaking in “voice over” around the choruses. That year he took on the Wailers' Soul Rebel, which he transformed into the Natty Rebel, which would become his absolute hit until today.

Fifty years later, U Roy, who is approaching 80, delivers an entire album around the Wailers discography. A project initiated by the American producer Gary Himelfarb alias Doctor Dread, who arrived in Jamaica in 1977 and who signed the biggest names of the time on his label RAS Records, from Black Uhuru to Jimmy Cliff via Bunny Wailer, Inner Circle or Gregory Isaacs. In the fold of Sanctuary Records, which also owns reggae reissue giant Trojan Records, Doctor Dread has obtained permission to use the Wailers tracks recorded by Lee Perry in the early 1970s. He then locked himself in a Kingston studio with U Roy, who recorded 14 songs in four hours (!), Freestyle as in the great times. Bunny Wailer, the last survivor of the original trio, was also present to witness this historic session, which pits two icons of Jamaican reggae from the 70's against each other.

 Available only instore from 08:30 Saturday 12th June - any remaining stock will be released for online sales at 6pm

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