Complete your Glen Brown & Various collection. Recorded in Kingston, Jamaica 1971-1976 at Randy's Studio 17, Dynamic Studio, Federal Studio, Harry J Studio and Joe Gibbs' Studio. Mixed at King Tubby's Studio, Federal Studio and Dynamic Studio. Transfers, digital restoration and mastering at Sound Mastering, London.
Listen free to Glen Brown – Rhythm Master Volume Two (2 Wedden Skank, Do Your Thing and more). 16 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Rhythm Master Volume Two. Overview (current section).
Rhythm Master Volume Two (1974). Slaving by Lloyd Parks (1974). Father's Call by Dean Beckford and Little Roy (1973).
But it was the melodica-fired "Merry Up" that gave Brown his biggest hit during this period, its stark rhythm igniting a host of versions, several of which are featured here, including the sumptuous brass-fest "More Music. Most of the vocal tracks feature Brown himself, but Tinga Stewart, Keith Poppin, and the up-and-coming Johnny Clarke also put in appearances, the latter working hard to wrap a Miracles classic around a jazzy stop-start riddim that would defeat a lesser singer.
5. Tel Aviv Drums - Glen Brown. 6. The Winner - Glen Brown & Friends. 7. Sunshine Showers - Glen Brown & Friends.
Glen Brown's standing in the pantheon of reggae is perhaps best indicated by the note on the cover of this CD: 'Original mixes by King Tubby'. All the tracks here are produced and arranged by Brown, but his name simply doesn't carry the same weight as some of his contemporaries, hence the need to lean on his heavy friends. At his peak in the 1970s, little of his music made it to Britain; now that deficiency is being addressed, and this compilation will go a long way to establishing his credentials as a creative force deserving wider recognition
Glenmore Lloyd "Glen" Brown (born . 944) also known as "God Son" and "The Rhythm Master", is a Jamaican singer, musician, and record producer, working primarily in the genres of reggae and dub. He currently resides in New York. Born in Kingston, Brown began his musical career in the 1960s as vocalist with Sonny Bradshaw's jazz group, subsequently recording duets with Hopeton Lewis, Lloyd Robinson and Dave Barker for producers such as Duke Reid and Coxsone Dodd
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Playing tracks by. Glen Brown, Gaby & Wilton, . Jah Glen as Glen Richard, Bobby Aitken and more. Selection courtesy of the Rt. Hon. Harry Hawks.
a "The Rhythm Master", "The God Son". Heavy roots reggae tracks from the 70's re-issued by Dub Store Records. From 1973, "No More Slavery" is an intense and highly artistic melodica cut to Lloyd Parks' "Slavery" hit song. On the flip, hear the equally powerful Bongo drums tracked "South East Rock".
|1||–Glen Brown / Joe White||2 Wedden Skank||4:04|
|2||–Glen Brown||Do Your Thing||3:59|
|3||–Glen Brown||Pantomine Rock||3:06|
|4||–I Roy*||Brother Toby Is A Movie From London||2:56|
|5||–Glen Brown / Joe White||Merry Up||2:58|
|6||–Glen Brown||Sgt Crackers||3:20|
|7||–Bobby Ellis / Tommy McCook||More Music||2:28|
|8||–Glen Brown||I'm Your Puppet||2:54|
|9||–Glen Brown||No More Slavery [Extended]||6:33|
|10||–Glen Brown||High Holborn St Song||3:10|
|11||–Prince Jazzbo||Meaning Of One||3:14|
|12||–Glen Brown||School Call||2:20|
|13||–Johnny Clarke||Really Got A Hold On Me||3:17|
|14||–Tinga Stewart||Brand New Me||2:25|
|15||–Keith Poppin||Get Together||3:03|
|16||–Big Youth||Spider To The Fly||4:19|
- Bass – Aston "Family Man" Barrett, Jackie Jackson , Lloyd Parkes*, Robbie Shakespeare, Val Douglas
- Drums – Carlton "Santa" Davis, Carlton Barrett, Lloyd Adams, Lloyd Knibb*, Mikey "Boo" Richards*
- Guitar – Bertram "Ranchie" McLean, Eric Frater, Hux Brown, Lloyd Willis*, Mikey Chung, Ronny 'Bop'*
- Guitar, Bass – Jeffrey Chung*
- Keyboards – Ansell Collins*, B.B. Seaton, Earl Lindo*, Gladstone Anderson, Winston Wright
- Keyboards, Melodica – Joe White
- Mastered By [Digital Restoration] – Duncan Cowell
- Mixed By – King Tubby
- Percussion – Bongo Herman, Denzil Laing, Skully Simms*, Uziah "Sticky" Thompson
- Producer, Arranged By, Melodica, Guitar, Percussion, Keyboards – Glen Brown
- Saxophone [Alto] – Lennox Brown
- Saxophone [Tenor] – Karl Bryan, Richard Hall*
- Saxophone [Tenor], Flute – Tommy McCook
- Trombone – Carl Masters, Ron Wilson*, Vin Gordon
NotesCredited to 'Glen Brown & Friends'.
Recorded in Kingston, Jamaica 1971-1976 at Randy's Studio 17, Dynamic Studio, Federal Studio, Harry J Studio and Joe Gibbs' Studio.
Mixed at King Tubby's Studio, Federal Studio and Dynamic Studio.
Transfers, digital restoration and mastering at Sound Mastering, London.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 11297 10032 7
|HPCD1003||Glen Brown & Various||Glen Brown & Various - Rhythm Master Volume Two (CD, Comp, RM)||Hot Pot||HPCD1003||UK||2005|
|HPCD1003PROMO||Glen Brown & Various||Glen Brown & Various - Rhythm Master Volume Two (CD, Comp, Promo, RM)||Hot Pot||HPCD1003PROMO||UK||2005|