Dubplate days

Posted: 11/02/2011 in Music
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A few spliffs being passed around, whistling frogs serenading the night and the humid air sweeping across your brow.  Those were some of the best nights I spent in Bermuda around the studio.  You name it, I did it; from the mixing board to running to the corner store, I was involved in every aspect of dubplate cutting..which to this day is best part of recording for me. I had the pleasure of meeting and learning from some of dancehall and reggae’s greats from Sean Paul to Buju Banton, Luciano to Bunny Wailer.  Theres nothing better than spending an evening in the studio working on material, making the best mix you can on the fly and hearing it getting played only hours later in the dancehall.

Music at its best, raw and unpolished but overflowing with emotion


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