Not Waterhouse, or Firehouse- this is Fauxhouse Rock. The rhythm is loosely based on the Sly Dunbar "Dirty Harry" riddim (also see "Lost mi Love" by Yellow Man or Billy Boyo's "Billy Boyo in the Arena"), which is also a version of Sylford Walker's "Give Thanks and Praise to Jah". Respect to the original JA artists. The artwork is a NH Culture Pirate's tribute to the Wackies label, forever an inspiration. #10 to debut on Pipeline WMBR.
Features the killer tenor style of Jason Buhl of The Macrotones, which he actually tracked at his home studio. Jay also played on a previous DOTM, "Dub Me Out" but on flute. Multi-talented rocker.
from Dub of Ages Vol. 1,
track released November 20, 2009
Features Jason Buhl on tenor sax
Engineered and mixed by DB at Dungeon1
Additional mixing by HB at Grandma's Studio, Queens NY
Mastered by Nick Z & Rob G at New Alliance East, Cambridge MA
Cover art by bullmarckie