[kj] "Ghosts of LG" influence track:

Brendan Quinn bq at soundgardener.co.nz
Thu Jun 26 06:10:18 EDT 2014

Seriously, reggae all sounds exactly the same.


From: Gathering [mailto:gathering-bounces at misera.net] On Behalf Of Rheinhold
Sent: Wednesday, 25 June 2014 9:06 a.m.
To: Gathering Gathering
Subject: Re: [kj] "Ghosts of LG" influence track:


Lazer Attack was the one I was looking for, but thanks for the other tracks
as well, especially Horace Andy.

There was apparently a lot of "borrowing" and re-purposing of rhythm tracks
in reggae back in the day.  Kind of like all those Disney animated features
from the 60 - 70's with exactly the same sequences because nobody imagined
being able to compare them side-by-side.


Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2014 21:49:52 +0100
From: green.sun1980 at gmail.com
To: gathering at misera.net
Subject: Re: [kj] "Ghosts of LG" influence track:







The Scientist track was on Scientist Meets The Space Invaders,which as I
recall, John Peel used to play a lot.


On 24 June 2014 21:15, Paul Richards <green.sun1980 at gmail.com> wrote:

Scientist - Laser Attack 

I've got another tune with the same riddim but can't remember what it's
called - I'll dig it out

On Tuesday, 24 June 2014, Rheinhold Squeegee <kjlist at live.com> wrote:

Someone a while back posted an old dub track by Scientist, I think, with a
rhythm line that obviously influenced Youth in the creation of "Ghosts of
Ladbroke Grove."

Can someone please identify or re-post that track?


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