Rock and Come On​/​Hail Up Jahoviah (BOR​-​V050)

by U Brown, Lone Ranger, Don Goliath

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    Track Listing:
    Side A - 1. Rock and Come On (Lone Ranger/Don Goliath)
    Side A - 2. Rock and Come On Dub
    Side A - 3. Rock and Come On (Melodica Version)
    Side B - 1. Hail Up Jahoviah (U Brown/Don Goliath)
    Side B - 2. Hail Up Jahoviah Dub
    Side B - 3. Hail Up Jahoviah (Melodica Version)

    Reggae legends Lone Ranger and U Brown unite with Don Goliath for the Future Roots 12" masterpiece, "Rock and Come On/Hail Up Jahoviah". This exclusively vinyl project is being released through Boom One Records vintage style, that is to say, in the dubwise fashion of the classic days of Roots and Dub Reggae, in which both sides of the EP include the original vocal track followed by dub versions. Three Full Tracks to each side on this 12" vinyl single, the main vocal track, the dub track, and the Melodica Version. The A-side is "Rock and Come On." This track is voiced by the classic Jamaican MC/toaster, Lone Ranger. Three verses of classic fire from Lone Ranger fill up the heavy Don Goliath produced riddim. As Lone Ranger rips through his classic cadences, you can hear him chanting "Wha!", "Bo!", and "Rrright" throughout the tune. The other two tracks on the A-side are the Dub version and the Melodica version, masterfully done by Don Goliath. Goliath uses a classic riddim construction method to create a rootsy frame work here. By utilizing heavy digital bass patches and modern electronic subtleties throughout, Don Goliath has created a wicked Rootstep tune that will appeal to reggae and electronic dance music fans alike.

    The B-side, "Hail Up Jahoviah", is enchanted by Jamaican legend U Brown, along with a Dub version and Melodica version from Goliath. U Brown's very style helped to create and form the whole hip hop era of the last 30 years, as Americans heard more Jamaican chanting and toasting over riddim tracks. U Brown switches freely between singing and chanting while he rides along on this new style Rootstep riddim produced by Don Goliath. These two tunes are the epitome of modern Rootstep.

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Reggae legends Lone Ranger and U Brown unite with Don Goliath for the Future Roots 12" masterpiece, "Rock and Come On/Hail Up Jahoviah". This exclusively vinyl project is being released through Boom One Records vintage style, that is to say, in the dubwise fashion of the classic days of Roots and Dub Reggae, in which both sides of the EP include the original vocal track followed by dub versions. Three Full Tracks to each side on this 12" vinyl single, the main vocal track, the dub track, and the Melodica Version. The A-side is "Rock and Come On." This track is voiced by the classic Jamaican MC/toaster, Lone Ranger. Three verses of classic fire from Lone Ranger fill up the heavy Don Goliath produced riddim. As Lone Ranger rips through his classic cadences, you can hear him chanting "Wha!", "Bo!", and "Rrright" throughout the tune. The other two tracks on the A-side are the Dub version and the Melodica version, masterfully done by Don Goliath. Goliath uses a classic riddim construction method to create a rootsy frame work here. By utilizing heavy digital bass patches and modern electronic subtleties throughout, Don Goliath has created a wicked Rootstep tune that will appeal to reggae and electronic dance music fans alike.

The B-side, "Hail Up Jahoviah", is enchanted by Jamaican legend U Brown, along with a Dub version and Melodica version from Goliath. U Brown's very style helped to create and form the whole hip hop era of the last 30 years, as Americans heard more Jamaican chanting and toasting over riddim tracks. U Brown switches freely between singing and chanting while he rides along on this new style Rootstep riddim produced by Don Goliath. These two tunes are the epitome of modern Rootstep.

Catalog Number: BOR-V050

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released January 26, 2014

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Boom One Records (BOR) is an independent label that focuses on Bass Culture: Reggae/Dub, Electronica, and World Music. BOR has an international artist roster with bands and producers from the USA, UK, Jamaica, France, Italy, Argentina, Russia, USVI, Zimbabwe, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Netherlands, Mexico, and Japan. ... more

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