This album is a must have for anyone interested in Lee Perry. He produced this album just after the birth of his daughter and you can feel his joy in the music.
It is filled with top-quality music -- instrumental for the most part -- with the spaciest thing being the sound of a roller-rink organ over reggae. The grooves are solid and slower than before, Perry stacks all the sounds just right, and Count Prince Miller's buoyant and animated take on "Mule Train" is not to be missed. Neither is Dave Barker's sweet crooning on "Will You Still Love Me" or "The Result"'s sparkling keyboard line.
Lee 'Scratch' Perry was a pioneer in the development of dub music and worked together with artists such as Bob Marley and the Wailers, The Clash and The Beastie Boys.
Now available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on orange coloured vinyl.