Keith Hudson and Soul Syndicate - Nuh Skin Up
Formerly a Pressure Sounds release and now on Junior Walker’s Jusic label, this dub album emanates from Hudson’s time in New York and is the dub counterpart to the From One Extreme To Another album. Musicians are the legendary Soul Syndicate with the exception of the first two tracks, Ire Ire and Troubles, both over five minutes long, which were, according to the interview with Hudson’s close associate Junior Walker in the sleeve notes, executed by a white reggae band from Baltimore (to these ears it sounds as if No Commitment might also be from these sessions). The Soul Syndicate tracks might well date from the same sessions that make up Brand, mixed at Tubby’s by the sound of it. The vocal to Nuh Skin Up was issued on a highly sought after Greensleeves disco on the back of Felt We Felt The Strain. A must for anyone interested in Keith Hudson’s particular brand of seventies roots reggae music.
2 in stock